Jean Todt says there is currently no way of changing the rule to drop to three engines a season in 2018, as not everyone is in favour of doing that.
Kimi Raikkonen feels that he needs to get off to a much better start in 2018, if he is to have any chance of fighting for the championship.
GP3 Champion George Russell is hoping he can team up with Force India again in 2018, and bag a reserve driver role with the squad.
Felipe Massa claims to already know who has clinched his Williams seat in 2018, but he is not going to give the game away.
Professor Mark Jenkins says that Aston Martin’s announcement to potentially enter Formula 1 in the near future, is a curious one.
Three-time F1 world champion Nelson Piquet will receive the Gregor Grant Award at this year’s Autosport Awards.
The racing may have stopped but the action kept on going, as Formula 1 celebrated the end of the 2017 season at the Amber Lounge, in Abu Dhabi.
Cyril Abiteboul is proud of what Renault have managed to achieve this season, and pleased with their result at this weekend’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Carlos Sainz Jr. was disappointed he had to retire from the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix due to a loose wheel, but feels his season overall has been a positive one.
Nico Hulkenberg finished in an excellent sixth place at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, despite receiving a penalty.
Daniel Ricciardo got a taster of what it is like to be a trackside engineer with Mobil 1 in Abu Dhabi yesterday, and the crucial part their lubricants play during a grand prix weekend.
Toto Wolff says Mercedes still have the same fight in them at the final race of the 2017 season, as they did at the start of the year in Melbourne.