2018 Ginetta Junior Championship vice-champion Louis Foster will move to British Formula 4 with Double R Racing in 2019.
The highly-rated Caio Collet will race for R-ace GP in 2019 and with the backing of the Renault Sport Academy.
Formula European Masters would benefit from more British and German outfits within its ranks to become a more successful single-seater category, according to Gerhard Berger.
Irina Sidorkova and Mikhael Belov will race in the Spanish and Italian Formula 4 championships respectively in 2019 with the backing of SMP Racing.
Tom Blomqvist will miss the Rolex 24 at Daytona after delays in securing a Visa, with Augusto Farfus being drafted in as his replacement.
Trent Hindman is eyeing victory in the GT Daytona class in this month’s Rolex 24 at Daytona, and he gives credit to his experienced team-mates for keeping his feet on the ground.
Ford Chip Ganassi Racing head into the 2019 Rolex 24 at Daytona aiming for a third consecutive victory, with Richard Westbrook insisting confidence is high that they can do just that.
Esteban Ocon is risking a lot by not being on the Formula 1 grid in 2019, according to his former team-mate Sergio Pérez.
Daniel Ricciardo says he will take the positive memories he has from his time with Red Bull to his new employers at Renault as he will need everything he has in order to beat his new team-mate Nico Hülkenberg.
Sergio Pérez says Lance Stroll has the opportunity to reach his full potential in Formula 1 now that the Canadian has made the switch from Williams to Racing Point.
Following Rob Smedley’s departure from Williams, Paddy Lowe insists there is only ‘great affection’ between them as he wishes the forty-five-year-old well in his next adventures.
Italian Lorenzo Colombo and Belgian racer Amaury Cordeel have both joined MP Motorsport for the 2019 Eurocup Formula Renault season.
Frenchman Julien Canal has retained his place on board the #23 Panis Barthez Competition Ligier for the 2019 European Le Mans Series season.
IndyCar-bound Marcus Ericsson admits there is disappointment that he will no longer be a part of the Sauber race line-up in 2019 despite a vastly improved campaign for everyone involved in the team in 2018.
Cyril Abiteboul admit he will not miss the ‘powerful’ and ‘controlling’ communications that came from Red Bull in the final years during of their partnership with the Milton Keynes-based team.