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The Formula 1 circus may have packed up for the holidays, but Sky Sports F1 still has plenty of programming to keep you entertained over the festive period.
Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo chats to Sky Sports News reporter Craig Slater as the Scuderia launch their 2014 engine in Maranello.
Sky Sports F1 will broadcast ten grands prix - including the races in Australia, Monaco, Brazil and Singapore - exclusively live in 2014.
Sauber have confirmed Esteban Gutierrez will continue to drive for the team in 2014.
Pirelli have revealed that the tyre which failed on Nico Rosberg's car at 200mph during their private test in Bahrain was a 'prototype which will not be proposed again'.
Mercedes have announced what they describe as "two key engineering appointments" after luring Mark Ellis and Giles Wood from World Champions Red Bull.
Vijay Mallya has revealed he first offered Nico Hulkenberg the opportunity to return to Force India at the Malaysian Grand Prix in March.
Eddie Irvine reckons Lewis Hamilton "lost the plot" when he started focusing on the showbiz side of F1 rather than the racing.
Eddie Irvine has branded the idea of double points for F1's season finale as "insanity" and says he "won't watch another race until the rule is kicked out".
Alex Lynn has joined Red Bull's renowned junior driver programme and will race for Carlin in the 2014 GP3 Series.
Kimi Raikkonen visited Ferrari's Maranello base on Tuesday where he met his new race engineer, Antonio Spagnolo.
Having joined Sauber from Force India, Adrian Sutil hopes a "new broom" at the Swiss team will sweep him to the first podium finish of his Formula 1 career.
Toro Rosso's Daniil Kvyat is hoping the major changes to F1's rules in 2014 will help him adjust to life at the pinnacle of single-seater racing quicker.
Jean-Eric Vergne has spoken of the "big disappointment" he went through in losing out to Daniel Ricciardo for a 2014 Red Bull seat, but believes he has emerged from the experience a better driver.
Looking back on a season in which he has come on in leaps and bounds, Romain Grosjean has insisted his use of a psychologist is more a show of strength rather than an admission of weakness.
Nico Rosberg will drive for Mercedes on all three days of the Bahrain tyre test.
Fernando Alonso experienced his first taste of Ferrari's 2014 car on Friday when he drove it on their simulator in Maranello.
Adrian Sutil has been unveiled as one of Sauber's two drivers for 2014.
Sergio Perez was officially unveiled as a Force India driver at the Mexican ambassador's London residence two weeks after the end of the 2013 season. After addressing the world's media, the ousted McLaren driver spoke to Sky Sports Online and a small group of websites to outline his targets for 2014
Toro Rosso will run both of their 2014 race drivers, Jean-Eric Vergne and newcomer Daniil Kvyat, in the Pirelli tyre test in Bahrain next week.