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No change at Ferrari
Ferrari boss Marco Mattiacci confirms to Sky F1 both Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso will stay for 2015.
All 22 F1 drivers' performances in the first half of the 2014 season reviewed and rated.
Kimi's future in doubt
Finn refuses to identify date when he expects to leave Ferrari as Jules Bianchi waits in the wings.
Which teams already have drivers under lock and key - and which ones could have vacancies - for 2015?
Kimi's retirement talk
Iceman signals the end to his F1 career when Ferrari deal expires at the end of the 2015 campaign.
Kimi's close call
Watch as Red Bull's Nigel Hope has to pull Kimi Raikkonen out of the path of Sebastian Vettel's RB10.
Jenson v Kevin? Kamui v Marcus? Which drivers seized the initiative during the opening seven races.
Spanish GP analysis
Examining Ferrari's contentious strategy split, Hamilton's radio and McLaren's travails.
Even by Kimi Raikkonen's standards, his post Spanish Grand Prix interview was rather short!
Crash sparks chaos
Button and Vettel are both caught out after Raikkonen crashed his Ferrari at the end of Qualy Two.
It's a big year for...
Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen - who will win the heavyweight battle at Ferrari in 2014?
Kimi crashes out
Kimi Raikkonen finished the second pre-season test with a bang as he hit the barriers in Bahrain.
A look at what lies behind the grid's selections for 2014 and the numbers' historical F1 relevance.
The full Monty
Craig Slater chats to Ferrari chief Luca di Montezemolo about 2014 and the team's new driver line-up.
2013 driver review
The Sky Online team cast their eye over each driver and rate their performance during 2013.
Formula 1 in 2014
Your one-stop page for all the driver line-ups and dates for car launches, testing, and the F1 season.
Raikkonen ruled out
Back surgery means the Ferrari-bound Kimi Raikkonen will not race in either Austin or Brazil.
Eric Boullier Q&A
The Lotus Team Principal discusses their finances and relationship with Kimi Raikkonen.
Kimi angry with Lotus
Raikkonen reveals he considered missing Abu Dhabi GP after being paid "zero euro this year".