The World Motor Sport Council has confirmed the F1 2014 World Championship schedule following its meeting in Paris today and as expected the proposed races in New Jersey, Mexico and Korea have all been dropped, meaning the calendar will again consist of 19 events.
Kevin Magnussen believes Jenson Button will be a 'great team-mate' next season and he is 'ready to learn' from the 2009 F1 world champion and make the most of his 'huge experience'.
Valtteri Bottas has revealed he was confident he would get to stay with Williams in 2014 and that he never had talks with any other teams.
F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed that the Grand Prix of America in New Jersey will definitely not happen next year, although he is still hoping to make it a reality and is now aiming for 2015.
Nico Hülkenberg believes he will be able to get some 'special results' with Force India next season.
Swan Racing announced Tuesday that it would field full-time teams for Parker Kligerman and Cole Whitt in the Sprint Cup Series in 2014. The team started this season with Michael Waltrip behind the wheel at Daytona and then with David Stremme. Show More Summary
With a number of Formula One seats still to be filled for the 2014 season, there are two teams in particular that nobody is really talking about. Most of the immediate postseason focus appears to be on who will fill the remaining places...Show More Summary
Pirelli is planning to stage a private tyre test with three teams at the Bahrain International Circuit from December 17-19, the Italian manufacturer confirmed to GPUpdate.net on Tuesday.
Nico Hülkenberg will return to Force India from the 2014 Formula 1 campaign. The German, 26, confirmed a "multi-year" deal with the Silverstone-based outfit on Tuesday afternoon.
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