New Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene wants F1 to make a noise “like that produced by a heavy metal band” and called for the sport to revolutionise its approach.
Fernando Alonso will kick-start the new McLaren-Honda era with the Spaniard taking the wheel of the MP4-30 for its debut on February 1.
Nico Rosberg says it only took him "a few days" to get over the heartache of missing out on the world championship and that he is ready to fight again in 2015.
Max Chilton is targeting a 2016 IndyCar seat after joining Carlin to assist them with their Indy Lights debut this season.
The once-troubled Bahrain Grand Prix has reported record profits and growth in 2014 after switching to a night race.
Lewis Hamilton says he and Mercedes aren't in a rush to finalise a contract renewal despite now being into the final year of his deal.
Williams are hoping the momentum gained from last season will result in them pushing Mercedes to the wire this year.
Jolyon Palmer is targeting a 2016 race seat after being appointed Lotus test driver for the forthcoming season.
Lotus have unveiled Britain's GP2 Series champion Jolyon Palmer as their third driver for the 2015 season.
McLaren and Red Bull have warned they might struggle to beat Mercedes in 2015, despite Silver Arrows boss Toto Wolff predicting a competitive battle from the off.
Marussia's talks with an investment group are at an advanced stage, according to reports on Tuesday.
Any remaining hope that Marussia could return to the F1 grid this season will be extinguished if Wednesday's auction of the team's equipment goes ahead, former boss Graeme Lowdon has admitted.