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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.
'No Indian GP next year'
Bernie Ecclestone has said India's return to Formula 1 will have to wait until at least 2016, when a new race in Azerbaijan could also be on the calendar.
19-race calendar for 2014
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.
2014: New Jersey & Mexico out?
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.
Hamilton calm on Brawn reports
Lewis Hamilton has insisted Mercedes will continue to be "a great team" even if multiple-title winner Ross Brawn departs at the end of the season.
Horner: 'Seb's the difference'
Christian Horner believes Red Bull would not have won four consecutive titles had anyone other than Sebastian Vettel been driving for the team.
Fifth place motivates Perez
Sergio Perez delivered the best performance of his McLaren career in timely fashion at the Indian Grand Prix and is naturally hoping for more of the same at the season's closing races.
What the papers say on Vettel
Four-time World Champions don't come along too often in Formula 1 and, as you might expect, Fleet Street was fulsome in its praise of Sebastian Vettel after his success in Sunday's Indian Grand Prix.
Driver reaction - Indian GP
The 22 drivers have their say on the race in New Delhi where Sebastian Vettel took victory and a fourth world title.
Seb reprimanded for doughnuts
Sebastian Vettel has been reprimanded and Red Bull fined for the driver's post-Indian GP victory 'doughnuts' performed in the wake of securing his fourth successive World Championship.
Alonso: We need to be better
Fernando Alonso has paid tribute to Sebastian Vettel's "very, very strong season" and said Ferrari need to use confirmation of Red Bull's fourth successive title double as a cue to redouble their efforts for next season.
Hamilton: Vettel's a legend
Lewis Hamilton was quick to congratulate Sebastian Vettel after his latest world title success, labelling his rival a "legend" after the Red Bull driver's victory in the Indian Grand Prix.
Vettel: Booing was difficult
An emotional Sebastian Vettel has revealed his personal hurt at being repeatedly booed on the podium this season in the wake of securing his fourth successive World Championship with a suitably flawless drive to win the Indian GP.
Vettel makes history in style
Sebastian Vettel wrapped up the World Championship in suitable style with victory in the Indian Grand Prix on Sunday morning.
Romain rues 'being too brave'
Romain Grosjean conceded he and Lotus had probably been guilty of being a "little bit too brave" during Q1 at the Indian GP in the wake of the strategic mistake that has compromised his promising weekend.
Alonso: Strategy success 50/50
Fernando Alonso has rated the chances of his reverse tyre strategy succeeding in the Indian GP as "50/50" after he sacrificed grid position in order to start on the medium rubber on Sunday.
Vettel unfazed by strategy
Pole-sitting Sebastian Vettel is confident Sunday's Indian GP won't be decided by tyre strategy.
Driver reaction - qualifying
The 22 drivers have their say on the qualifying for the 2013 Indian GP at the Buddh International Circuit.
Hamilton surprised by third
Lewis Hamilton admits he was surprised he managed to qualify as high as third for the Indian Grand Prix.
Webber seeks to capitalise
Mark Webber believes he is in a "good position to capitalise" as he seeks to make history in Sunday's Indian GP by becoming the first driver to win a F1 race after starting out on the medium compound.