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Should F1 change start times?
Claire Williams believes F1 should consider running European races later in the day in order to increase the sport's popularity.
Pirelli reveal latest choices
Pirelli have revealed the tyre compounds that will be used during the forthcoming grands prix in Spain, Monaco, Canada and Austria.
Ferrari set for Canada upgrade
Ferrari are set to introduce a big upgrade to their engine for June’s Canadian GP, Sky Sports F1 understands, as they bid to overhaul Mercedes.
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.
Horner delight for Ricciardo
Christian Horner believes Daniel Ricciardo's "faultless" performances since being promoted to Red Bull made him a fully-deserving grand prix winner after the Australian secured a surprise victory in Canada.
Vettel: Lucky to avoid Massa
Sebastian Vettel admits he was lucky not to be taken out of the Canadian GP when Sergio Perez and Felipe Massa collided on the final lap of the race.
'Surreal' win for Ricciardo
Fresh from claiming his first grand prix victory in Canada on Sunday, Daniel Ricciardo readily admitted that the enormity of what he'd just achieved was taking its time to sink in.
Rosberg's new controversy
The Sky Sports F1 pundits have expressed their surprise that Nico Rosberg escaped a penalty after missing the chicane as he was challenged for the lead of the Canadian GP by Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton.
Perez penalised for crash
Sergio Perez has been hit with a five-place grid penalty for the Austrian GP after stewards judged the Force India driver had caused the spectacular crash with Felipe Massa which put both drivers out of the Canadian GP.
Grid penalty for Chilton
Max Chilton has been handed a three-place grid penalty for the Austrian Grand Prix after colliding with Marussia team-mate Jules Bianchi in Canada.
Lewis: A lot of work to do now
A dejected Lewis Hamilton admits he has "a lot of work to do" to get back into the title fight after his second retirement of the season at the Canadian Grand Prix.
Ricciardo wins in Canada!
Who said that the 2014 season was too predictable? In one of the most engrossing, dramatic and topsy-turvy races for years, Daniel Ricciardo was the unexpected winner of the Canadian GP and Lewis Hamilton the big loser as Nico Rosberg extended his championship lead over his Mercedes team-mate.
Alonso: I can win with Ferrari
Fernando Alonso is still convinced he can add to his tally of world titles at Ferrari, even though he admits that Mercedes' pace means he has next to no chance this season.
Williams target Red Bull scalp
Valtteri Bottas is confident there will be no repeat of his slide down the Canadian GP order from last year as revitalised Williams aim to take the scalp of World Champions Red Bull in Sunday's race.
Alonso: Slide not a surprise
Fernando Alonso has conceded it wasn't a surprise for Ferrari to see their timesheet-topping form of Friday give way to the fourth row in qualifying at the Canadian GP, even if the increase in temperatures in Montreal forced the team to row back on some of their upgrades.
Vettel: Still more to come
Sebastian Vettel upped his pace during qualifying for the Canadian GP on Saturday, yet the World Champion also reckoned he's not back to his best just yet.
Lewis: Win will be difficult
Lewis Hamilton has admitted it will be difficult for him to beat Nico Rosberg to victory in the Canadian GP after losing out on pole position to his Mercedes team-mate and World Championship rival.
Rosberg takes Canadian GP pole
Nico Rosberg delivered when it mattered in qualifying for the Canadian GP on Saturday to take pole position ahead of Mercedes team-mate and title rival Lewis Hamilton.
Ten-year deal for Canadian GP
The Canadian GP will stay on the Formula 1 calendar for at least the next decade after organisers agreed a new deal with Formula One Management.