• October 1, 2014: Kamui Kobayashi will retain his Caterham seat for his home grand prix in Japan, with Roberto Merhi once again getting an outing in Friday practice

  • Maurice Hamilton's blog
  • John Crosslé: A quiet legend in a noisy business
  • September 30, 2014: Maurice Hamilton remembers the cars and the legacy of John Crosslé, creator of the world's longest surviving manufacturer of customer racing company

  • Williams
  • 'Optimism all round' for '14 and '15 at Williams
  • September 30, 2014: Rob Smedley says Williams' improved operational organisation and an aerodynamic upgrade for Japan shows the team is moving in the right direction for both the end of 2014 and next season

  • Ferrari
  • Alonso: Ferrari will beat Williams
  • September 30, 2014: Fernando Alonso has no doubts Ferrari can overhaul Williams for third in the constructors' championship before the end of 2014

  • Toro Rosso
  • Verstappen set for historic FP1 debut in Suzuka
  • September 29, 2014: Toro Rosso has confirmed Max Verstappen will make his debut F1 appearance in FP1 at the Japanese Grand Prix, which will make him the youngest driver to compete at a race weekend three days after turning 17

  • McLaren
  • McLaren focusing on Singapore positives
  • September 29, 2014: Despite picking up just a single point in Singapore Eric Boullier thinks McLaren should focus on the clear gains it made ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix

  • McLaren
  • Magnussen: 2015 seat 'make-or-break'
  • September 29, 2014: Kevin Magnussen does not believe he will deserve to continue in Formula One if he gets dropped by McLaren at the end of his "make-or-break" rookie season

  • Singapore GP - Race
  • 'Foreign substance' caused Rosberg retirement
  • September 29, 2014: Mercedes has confirmed Nico Rosberg's retirement from the Singapore Grand Prix was caused after a "foreign substance" contaminated the electronic circuits in his steering column

  • Lotus
  • Big changes for 2015 car - Lotus
  • September 26, 2014: Lotus will have significant changes on next year's car compared to the E22 which has scored just four points in 2014, according to technical director Nick Chester

  • McLaren
  • Third car a six-month job - Boullier
  • September 25, 2014: Eric Boullier says McLaren would need six months to enter a third car for the first race of 2015, less time than there is until the Australian Grand Prix next season

  • The Inside Line
  • No country for old men
  • September 25, 2014: The Inside Line reveals some of the perks awaiting the more financially savvy members of the F1 press pack from the sport's busy and geographically vast calendar

  • The Pits
  • Brabham team plans racing return
  • September 25, 2014: The team started by three-time world champion Sir Jack Brabham is planning a return to motor racing in the 2015 World Endurance Championship, over two decades after its last F1 appearance

  • Force India
  • Mallya: Three-car plan exposes financial imbalance
  • September 25, 2014: Force India's Vijay Mallya says the prospect of a grid made up of three-car teams in 2015 exposes the "irrational" way F1's revenues are unequally shared between its teams

  • Toro Rosso
  • Marko: Verstappen is like Senna
  • September 24, 2014: Red Bull motorsport consultant Helmut Marko thinks new Toro Rosso signing Max Verstappen's is comparable to the late Ayrton Senna; "an exceptional talent that comes along only once in decades"

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