Paddy Lowe has been released early by McLaren so he will join Mercedes next month in a management role rather than in 2014.
BMW has rubbished suggestions that it is considering a Formula 1 return.
Changes to the Formula One tyres due to be introduced next month will be less dramatic than some have feared or hoped for.
Ferrari says it does not understand why it should feel 'ashamed' for winning races with aggressive four-stop strategies.
Lotus boss Eric Boullier has criticised the move by Pirelli to change tyres mid-season just because some teams have complained.
Honda is returning to Formula One racing in 2015, after a seven-year hiatus, as McLaren's engine partner.
Pirelli's decision to change its tyres from the Canadian Grand Prix onwards will potentially effect a car's entire design.
Formula 1 drivers are no longer being fined for pitlane speeding offence after the FIA agreed to a change of procedure.
Robert Kubica's Mercedes F1 simulator tests are helping the team and his own path towards a potential grand prix comeback.
Pirelli will make changes to its tyres from the Canadian Grand Prix in a bid to rein back the excessive degradation.
Red Bull could benefit from changes to be introduced in Canada next month that will make tyres tougher and longer lasting.
Pirelli says it will help bring back boring processions to Formula One if that is what teams and fans want.
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso bounced back in the title race with victory in the Spanish Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton declared himself baffled by the extent of Mercedes' tyre struggles in the Spanish Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel is certain Red Bull's only deficit is in tyre management after slumping to fourth in the Spanish Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen said there was no point in fighting Fernando Alonso when the Ferrari star made his crucial pass.
Fernando Alonso believes Ferrari still trails its rivals on pure performance despite winning the Spanish Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg grabbed pole position with Lewis Hamilton second as Mercedes dominated qualifying for the Spanish Grand Prix.
McLaren principal Martin Whitmarsh made clear he was not about to quit on Saturday after his team's poor form continued.
Ferrari's Felipe Massa and Sauber's Esteban Gutierrez were handed three-place grid penalties at the Spanish Grand Prix.