Your essential rundown of all that's different in 2014 - the drivers, venues, cars, rules and points scoring.
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The Formula 1 season will stay at 19 races for 2014 after New Jersey, Mexico and South Korea as expected all failed to make the final calendar cut.
The provisional 2014 calendar is set to be reduced to 20 races with New Jersey and Mexico poised to lose their slots, according to reports.
The 2014 calendar is set to be expanded to 21 races with a provisional start date of March 2nd in Bahrain, Sky Sports F1 has learnt.
Bernie Ecclestone thinks that Sebastian Vettel was right to ignore team orders at the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Bernie Ecclestone has slammed Red Bull and Mercedes over the team orders controversies at the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Force India's Bob Fernley reckoned a top-five finish was on the cards for the team prior to their double retirement from Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix.
Christian Horner has said Sebastian Vettel was wrong to ignore team orders at the Malaysian Grand Prix but claimed there was "no point" in asking him to hand the lead of Sunday's race back to Mark Webber.
The Sky Sports F1 pundits suspect Sebastian Vettel's failure to obey team orders in the Malaysian GP will have far-reaching consequences for the harmony inside Red Bull and has the damaging potential to fester mistrust between the World Champion and Mark Webber.
Ferrari have confirmed it was their decision not to pit Fernando Alonso before he crashed out of the Malaysian GP due to damage on his Ferrari.
Jenson Button believes McLaren could have finished on the podium at Sunday's Malaysian GP had a botched pitstop not ruined the McLaren driver's race.
A contrite Lewis Hamilton refused to actively celebrate his first podium finish for Mercedes after admitting team-mate Nico Rosberg would have finished third at the Malaysian GP had it not been for team orders.
A chastened Sebastian Vettel has apologised to Mark Webber after defying team orders and overtaking his team-mate for victory of the Malaysian GP despite being instructed to hold position behind the Aussie following the final round of pit-stops in Sunday's race.
Formula 1's Pandora box on team orders has just been dramatically reopened.
Jenson Button and Martin Whitmarsh believe that McLaren are finally making progress with their troublesome new car.
Paul di Resta is convinced he can score points for the second successive week at the Malaysian Grand Prix despite starting 15th on the grid after spinning in qualifying.
Mark Webber says Red Bull don't know just how competitive they might be in Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix.
Lotus' qualifying woes in Qualifying for the Malaysian GP have been compounded by a three-place grid penalty for Kimi Raikkonen.
Fernando Alonso has declared for the first time in 2013 that Ferrari can "think about the win" after achieving their best qualifying result for nearly two years at Sepang.
The main players have their say on Saturday's action...
Sebastian Vettel says the decision to switch to intermediate tyres was crucial after he had claimed pole position for the Malaysian Grand Prix.