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Korea back on 21-race calendar
Formula 1 could be set for a record 21-race season in 2015 after the Korean GP was unexpectedly provisionally reinstated on the schedule for next year.
FIA confirms 2015 calendar
The FIA has officially confirmed that the 2015 Formula 1 season will run to a 20-race calendar, with the schedule containing only minor tweaks from a leaked list which circulated at Monza.
Warwick explains Nico decision
Derek Warwick, the ex-driver steward at the Monaco GP, has said that the clarity of Nico Rosberg's evidence played a key role in the Mercedes driver being cleared for any wrongdoing in his winning of pole last weekend.
Ricci realistic about Canada
Daniel Ricciardo might have given the best performance of his Red Bull career to date in Monaco but the Australian doubts he'll get as close to a Mercedes at next month's Canadian GP.
Hamilton: No more hugs
Lewis Hamilton has vowed not to repeat the hug he gave Nico Rosberg at the start of the Monaco GP weekend "anytime soon" with the Briton still appearing to be far from convinced that something wasn't amiss in his team-mate's controversial pole position.
Nico: Lewis relationship fine
Nico Rosberg has reiterated that relations are fine between himself and Lewis Hamilton despite the Briton's comments to the contrary.
Merc duo 'snapshot of tension'
The breakdown in relations between Mercedes team-mates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg has proved the dominant talking point in the British press in the wake of the dramatic Monaco GP weekend.
Lauda: Lewis will get over it
Mercedes chief Niki Lauda is confident Lewis Hamilton will get over his discontent with Nico Rosberg before the next race in Canada - but the former World Champion admits the team "can't stop" the bristling title rivalry between their drivers.
Hamilton: 'We're not friends'
The gloves have officially been taken off at Mercedes after an angry Lewis Hamilton denied that he was friends with Nico Rosberg in the wake of the German regaining the lead of the World Championship by winning the Monaco GP.
'McLaren would've pitted me'
Lewis Hamilton believes that had he still been driving for McLaren he would have been called in for an opportunistic pit-stop in anticipation of a Safety Car after Adrian Sutil crashed out midway through the Monaco GP.
Marussia overjoyed with points
Marussia were overjoyed after picking up their first ever points in F1 thanks to Jules Bianchi's ninth place in Monaco.
Rosberg wins Monaco GP
Nico Rosberg took full advantage of his controversial pole position to beat Lewis Hamilton to victory in the Monaco GP and regain the lead of the World Championship at the end of a race weekend which appears to have fractured the relationship between the two title-chasing Mercedes drivers.
Gearbox penalty for Bianchi
Jules Bianchi will take a five-place grid penalty in Monaco after Marussia were forced to change his gearbox for reliability reasons.
Alonso predicts Merc go-slow
Fernando Alonso is convinced that Mercedes will repeat the tactic they used at last year's Monaco GP by backing up the field in Sunday's race.
Ericsson to start from pits
Marcus Ericsson will start Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix from the pitlane after being found guilty of 'recklessly' colliding with Felipe Massa during qualifying.
Hit and miss for Vettel
Sebastian Vettel managed to set the fourth fastest time during qualifying for the Monaco GP, even though he was forced to battle a loss of power during most of Saturday's session.
Rosberg cleared by stewards
Nico Rosberg has been cleared to start the Monaco GP from pole position after stewards found no evidence that he deliberately steered off course at the conclusion of qualifying in order to beat Lewis Hamilton.
Rosberg takes Monaco pole
Nico Rosberg will start the Monaco GP on pole position after surviving a post-qualifying investigation into a controversial last-lap incident which effectively ended team-mate Lewis Hamilton's chances of beating him.
P3: Hamilton heads Ricciardo
Lewis Hamilton was fastest in final practice at the Monaco GP by less than a tenth of a second from Daniel Ricciardo, offering the tantalising prospect that Red Bull might be able to challenge Mercedes in qualifying.
Allison: Ferrari need the best
James Allison says Ferrari should try and hire the best technical staff they can and also urged the Scuderia to give themselves time if they're to become Formula 1's pacesetters once again.