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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.
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.
F1 Midweek Report - Brazil
This week Anna Woolhouse is joined by Williams F1 co-founder Patrick Head and The Sun’s F1 correspondent Ben Hunt to dissect the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Wolff: Rosberg proved a point
Mercedes chief Toto Wolff believes Nico Rosberg’s “very impressive” victory in the Brazilian GP proved that the German’s best performances this year haven’t been confined to qualifying sessions.
Papers: F1 to run customer cars
Fleet Street believes F1 is preparing to field three-car teams in 2015 before running customer cars in 2016.
Brazilian GP - driver reaction
The 18 drivers have their say on the race at Interlagos where after 71 laps of action Nico Rosberg took victory.
Hamilton takes blame for error
Lewis Hamilton has blamed himself for the mid-race spin which cost him victory of the Brazilian GP.
Rosberg wins Brazilian GP
Nico Rosberg held off Lewis Hamilton to claim his fifth victory of the season at the Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday.
Ricciardo vows to go on attack
Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo is aiming to again prove Formula 1’s overtaking king on Sunday as he bids to recover from ninth on the Interlagos grid.
Hamilton: Winning won't be easy
Title-chasing Lewis Hamilton insists he doesn’t feel in a particular ‘groove’ about winning from second on the grid and that overtaking Nico Rosberg again won’t be easy in Sunday’s Brazilian GP.
Alonso downplays outburst
Fernando Alonso has played down his outburst on the radio towards his Ferrari team at the start of Brazilian GP qualifying.
Driver reaction - qualifying
The 18 drivers have their say on qualifying at Interlagos where Nico Rosberg took his tenth pole position of the season.
Rosberg vows to convert pole
Brazilian GP polesitter Nico Rosberg has vowed to learn from his defeat in Austin a week ago and convert his unbeatable Saturday pace into a race victory at Interlagos.
Rosberg takes pole in Brazil
Nico Rosberg took his tenth pole position of the season as he maintained his record of heading every session in Brazil.
P3: Rosberg leads Lewis again
Nico Rosberg provided further evidence to suggest that there could yet be life in his title challenge by completing a clean sweep of fastest practice times ahead of Lewis Hamilton in Practice Three in Brazil.
Kaltenborn hoping for progress
Sauber Team Principal Monisha Kaltenborn is hoping more progress can be made this weekend to resolve F1’s current financial crisis after a “good start” in Austin.
Button: McLaren were 'nowhere'
Jenson Button admits McLaren were "nowhere" on the opening day of the Brazilian GP but is confident they know the changes to make in order to move back up the order.
Nico keeping an eye on tyres
Brazilian GP pacesetter Nico Rosberg was among those to suffer excessive tyre wear during Friday practice, when track temperatures at Interlagos nudged 57 degrees Celsius.
Driver reaction - practice
The drivers have their say on Friday's action at Interlagos where Nico Rosberg topped both sessions for Mercedes.
P2: Rosberg stays ahead
Nico Rosberg maintained his advantage of two tenths of a second over team-mate Lewis Hamilton in Practice Two for the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos.