Nico Hülkenberg has insisted he was never ‘seriously worried’ about not securing a drive for the 2014 F1 World Championship season.
Michael Laverty is aiming to ‘consistently’ score next season in the 2014 MotoGP World Championship.
The FIA has opened a selection process for a new team to join the F1 grid from as early as 2015.
Broc Parkes will compete with Paul Bird Motorsport in the 2014 MotoGP World Championship, it has been announced.
Pedro de la Rosa and Jules Bianchi will run for Ferrari next week during the test at the Bahrain International Circuit, the Maranello-based outfit has revealed.
Red Bull Racing, Mercedes, Ferrari and Toro Rosso will all take part in the Pirelli tyre test at the Bahrain International Circuit next week, the Italian manufacturer confirmed to GPUpdate.net on Wednesday.
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Sky Sports F1 commentator and pundit Martin Brundle has voiced his disapproval after the FIA announced that double points will be awarded in the final race of the season from 2014 onwards.
North One Television has agreed a five-year deal with BT Sport to produce its MotoGP coverage, it has been confirmed.
Sauber has confirmed that its 2014 F1 chassis, the C33, was officially homologated this week after passing the FIA's stringent crash tests.
McLaren and Force India will not take part in the Pirelli tyre test at the Bahrain International Circuit next week.
Paul di Resta has revealed that he is still in regular contact with Force India about continuing with the team in 2014.
Mark Webber got the chance to sample the Porsche LMP1 car he will campaign in the 2014 FIA World Endurance Championship this week.
Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko has revealed that the team opposed the now ratified concept of awarding double points for the final race of the season.
Sebastian Vettel has described as "absurd" the recent decision to ratify double points for the final race of the season from 2014 onwards.
Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg says he is confident of toppling key rivals Red Bull next season, after his team's progress during the 2013 campaign.