Formula 1 chief Bernie Ecclestone has made a bid to buy the Nurburgring race circuit in Germany.
The F1 calendar will stay at 19 races for the 2014 season after New Jersey, Mexico and Korea all failed to make the cut.
Lotus remain convinced that they were right to bring in Kimi Raikkonen for a third pitstop at the end of the German GP.
Did Kimi need to pit again? How much time did the Caterhams cost Button? Did Ferrari get Alonso's strategy wrong?
Graeme Lowdon admits he was relieved no one was hurt when Bianchi's car rolled across the track during the German GP.
Team bosses have called for everybody in the pitlane to be required to wear helmets after cameraman injured in Germany.
Fernando Alonso has defended the race strategy Ferrari used in the German GP even though he finished off the podium.
Lewis Hamilton has branded his Mercedes W04 "a disaster" in race trim after falling further behind Sebastian Vettel.
Force India's Bob Fernley admits tyre changes made for safety reasons are "not healthy" for the team's performance.
German GP stewards have fined Red Bull €30,000 after a cameraman was injured by a flying tyre during Sunday's race.
Force India have been handed a €5,000 fine after releasing Paul Di Resta into path of Jean-Eric Vergne at Nurburgring.
Eric Boullier believes that Kimi Raikkonen would have won the German GP had he not been held up by Lewis Hamilton.
The 22 drivers have their say on a thrilling German GP at the Nurburgring.
Jenson Button has accused Caterham's Charles Pic and Giedo van der Garde of "destroying" his attempts to finish fifth.
Lewis Hamilton admitted he is pinning his title hopes on the new range of tyres for Hungary after German GP frustration.
Sebastian Vettel has confirmed his Red Bull suffered a KERS failure during his "unbelievable" victory of his home race.
Sky Sports F1 understands that the cameraman hit by Mark Webber's loose wheel has suffered a broken collarbone and ribs.
Sebastian Vettel withstood race-long pressure to finally break his July victory jinx and win his home German GP.
Mercedes boss Ross Brawn believes the outcome of Sunday's German GP won't become clear "until the final five laps".
Kimi Raikkonen reckons he could have qualified higher than fourth for the German GP after a "much better" Saturday.
Lewis Hamilton believes that he now has a car as fast as Sebastian Vettel's for the first time in his F1 career.
Daniel Ricciardo said he was surprised to qualify as high as sixth for the German Grand Prix given Toro Rosso's pace.
GPDA director Sebastian Vettel says it will be up to race director Charlie Whiting to stop Sunday's German GP.
Jenson Button was pleased to return to Q3 in Germany and says McLaren will now assess both starting tyre strategies.
Read what all 22 drivers had to say about their respective qualifying sessions for the German GP at the Nurburgring.