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Pirelli reveal tyre choices
Pirelli has confirmed its tyre choices for the next four grands prix, up to its home race in Italy.
French GP return ruled out
Bernie Ecclestone has indicated that F1 will not return to France unless an adequate replacement for the unpopular Magny-Cours circuit is found.
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.
Ecclestone: F1 like an 'old house'
Bernie Ecclestone has likened F1 to an "old house" that always needs repairing, although the sport's commercial supremo says he cannot simply knock it down and start again.
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.
Conspiracy theories run wild
Conspiracy theories dominated the back pages of Monday’s papers following Lewis Hamilton’s comeback victory at the Italian Grand Prix.
Horner defends Vettel strategy
Red Bull chief Christian Horner insists the team couldn’t have foreseen how Sebastian Vettel would lose out to team-mate Daniel Ricciardo in the Italian GP after the in-form Australian yet again overtook his World Champion team-mate to finish ahead in Sunday's race.
Ferrari reflect on rare DNF
Marco Mattiacci has conceded that Ferrari's long run of bullet-proof race reliability had to end sometime after Fernando Alonso retired from the Italian GP - but the team boss admitted that fact was of little comfort as they reflected on their worst home event for nearly a decade.
Hamilton puts pressure on Nico
Lewis Hamilton has hinted he suspected Nico Rosberg would crack if he could apply pressure on his title rival in the Italian GP.
Victory for majestic Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton has closed the gap to Nico Rosberg in the World Championship by leading home a Mercedes one-two in the Italian GP.
Merc not expecting Spa repeat
Toto Wolff is confident that there will be no repeat of Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton’s acrimonious clash at Spa as the title-chasing pair prepare to square up for victory again in Sunday’s Italian GP.
'McLaren progress is real'
McLaren’s best two-car dry-weather qualifying result since 2012 at the Italian GP reflects the concrete progress the former race winners are making, according to team boss Eric Boullier.
Hamilton on pole position
Lewis Hamilton has put his faltering World Championship bid back on track by claiming pole position for the Italian GP ahead of Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.
P3: Rosberg hits trouble
The reliability pendulum swung between the title-duelling Mercedes drivers on Saturday morning at Monza as Nico Rosberg ran into gearbox trouble as Lewis Hamilton flew to a dominant fastest time.
Dennis: McLaren are back
A bullish Ron Dennis has declared that “McLaren are back” after announcing what he has described as the “first announcement of many” in returning 1980’s sponsor Segafredo Zanetti.
Ten-place grid drop for Kvyat
Toro Rosso’s Daniil Kvyat has become the first driver to fall foul of 2014’s engine penalty regulations after the team fitted a sixth Renault unit at Monza overnight, triggering an automatic ten-place grid penalty for this weekend
Ricciardo's top-five target
Daniel Ricciardo is hopeful Red Bull will be able to “sneak into the top five” on the Italian GP grid as they aim to take the fight to the Mercedes-powered cars and Ferrari on Sunday.
Grosjean: More points unlikely
Romain Grosjean has delivered a sombre assessment of Lotus’s prospects at this weekend’s Italian GP - and chances of adding to their meagre points tally over the rest of the season - after they were outpaced by minnows Marussia in practice on Friday.
P2: Rosberg fractionally ahead
Nico Rosberg finished Friday at Monza fractionally ahead of Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton after the Briton was once again forced to battle unreliability problems.