Brazilian Felipe Nasr still believes there is still an opportunity to race for a team in 2017 either at Sauber or Manor.
Claire Williams has supported Rob Smedley in stepping back from Formula 1 but has insisted his role may have to change to accommodate the decision.
Even through it was a tricky start to the season McLaren Honda driver Fernando Alonso has called the season a positive one, with the Spaniard finishing the season in the points in Abu Dhabi.
After his final outing in Formula 1, Felipe Massa has thanked people for their support and enjoyed driving the car for the very last time.
2016 has been a tricky year for Daniil Kvyat but the Russian is already looking ahead to 2017 after resigning with Toro Rosso.
Renault’s Team Principal Fred Vasseur believes there would be no reason to replace Jolyon Palmer if he performs well against Nico Hulkenberg.
Valtteri Bottas wants the team to keep pushing in Abu Dhabi and hopefully challenge Force India for fourth place.
There was much speculation that Red Bull could consider leaving Formula 1 but Dietrich Mateschitz says that the team never considered leaving after a strong 2016 season.
Esteban Ocon is looking forward to the challenges at Force India and has admitted it will be difficult to replicate Nico Hulkenberg’s form.
Sergio Perez was pleased with fourth place in a tricky Brazilian Grand Prix that tested all drivers to their limits.
Max Verstappen described the Brazilian Grand Prix as exciting but Red Bull Racing will rue their strategic error that potentially cost the Dutchman the win.
Three time World Champion Lewis Hamilton pipped his team-mate Nico Rosberg to the crucial pole position in Brazil.
The acquisition of Silverstone is still ongoing despite two of the four potential buyers pulling out but the BRDC are still confident a deal can be made.
Chief Technical Officer Pat Symonds hopes the team can perform this weekend even if it is mixed conditions.
Finnish driver Valtteri Bottas is looking forward to racing in Brazil and praises Felipe Massa on an impressive career.