Esteban Ocon has said he is "not worried" at all about his Formula 1 future and it will be resolved "soon".
Formula 1 may be in its summer 'shutdown', but the rumour mill is still in overdrive.
Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso said that "poor action on the track" prompted his decision to step away from Formula One.
Signing Charles Leclerc for next season will either "destroy" the Monaco driver as Sebastian Vettel tries to "eat him alive", or it will hurt Ferrari, says Jacques Villeneuve.
McLaren confirms that Carlos Sainz will race for the team in Formula 1 in the 2019 championship, replacing Fernando Alonso.
Reports of injured Former F1 driver, Michael Schumacher, to be moved to a mansion on the Spanish island of Mallorca, has been reported not to be true.
McLaren will reportedly confirm Carlos Sainz as Fernando Alonso's replacement before the end of this week.
His two world championships now a distant memory, Fernando Alonso has finally had enough of life in the slow lane with McLaren.
Fernando Alonso is on the "same level" as Michael Schumacher but has had less success than the German because he can "split a team"; that's according to Felipe Massa.
Felipe Massa has admitted he was "annoyed" by recent comments made by Williams driver Lance Stroll.
Although sitting out 2019, Fernando Alonso says he is not ruling out a return to Formula 1 in the future.
Hennie de Klerk, South Africa’s Dakar 2018 Rookie Award champion, has confirmed that he will be competing in the gruelling Dakar 2019, taking place from 6 – 17 January 2019 in Peru.
Speculation that Fernando Alonso's next job will be in IndyCar continues with reports that he will test a Andretti Autosport Dallara DW12 on a road course next month.
Ex-Formula 1 champion Michael Schumacher is not being moved from his home in Switzerland to the Spanish island of Mallorca, the family lawyer Sabine Kehm confirms.
Romain Grosjean believes he is "back on a good path" as he looks to secure his future with Haas.
Formula 1 drivers and teams have shared their well-wishes following Fernando Alonso's decision to end his career in the top tier of motorsport at the end of 2018.
Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso announced he will retire from Formula One at the end of the season.
There is some good news for Stoffel Vandoorne with Zak Brown saying he's done an "excellent job", McLaren just want him to beat Fernando Alonso a bit more often.
Niki Lauda may not be able to return to the Formula 1 circuits any time soon.
Kimi Raikkonen says he cannot understand why Nico Rosberg retired as world champion after 2016.
Daniel Ricciardo is jumping ship to Renault in the hope of a new challenge, and that's exactly what faces him with Cyril Abiteboul conceding he won't have a race winning car until 2020.
Lewis Hamilton reckons Mercedes are having to "over-deliver" in order to beat Ferrari as he looks to win a fifth Drivers' Championship title.
It may not be the debut campaign that Sergey Sirotkin dreamed of, but the Russian driver insists he is enjoying the challenge that Williams presents this season.
While many thought Fernando Alonso leaving F1 would be followed up by one saying he's off to IndyCar, Mark Miles says that won't be resolved until "closer to the end of the year."
Fernando Alonso will retire from Formula 1 at the end of the 2018 season. We highlight some of the veteran's top moments on track.
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Although Pirelli are "ready" to face a tyre war should F1 go in that direction, Mario Isola believes having one supplier makes more financial sense.
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