A night race around the streets of Bangkok moved a step closer after the government confirmed circuit plans had been approved for a Grand Prix of Thailand in 2015.
Toto Wolff says Mercedes will be devoting more than half their workforce to their 2014 car by the time F1 returns to Europe in May.
Formula One is planning to bring forward its testing programme next year which could see cars on track as early as January.
McLaren has strenuously denied a claim chairman Ron Dennis has been demoted.
Red Bull's Christian Horner believes McLaren are a "step behind" in the title fight, with Ferrari, Lotus and Mercedes GP the main challengers.
Force India deputy team principal Bob Fernley believes Paul Di Resta has proved his mettle this season after coming into it under pressure.
Michael Schumacher is to get behind the wheel of a Mercedes again next month to say thank you to his fans for their years of support.
Pirelli has agreed to tweak one of their tyre compounds following a turbulent start to the new Formula One season.
Ferrari have managed to get to the bottom of Fernando Alonso's DRS failure in Bahrain, saying it was a "first of its kind".
Lewis Hamilton still believes he can win a grand prix in 2013 with his new his new Mercedes team.
McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh feels Sergio Perez demonstrated what he is capable of with his feisty display in Bahrain.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner is certain the balance of power will continue to swing between 2013's leading runners from circuit to circuit when the European season commences despite his team's surprisingly dominant showing in Bahrain.