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Red Bull Formula One driver Sebastian Vettel of Germany takes the checkered flag to win the Austin F1 Grand Prix at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin November 17, 2013.
Jean Todt was formally re-elected on Friday as the president of the FIA, for a second four-year term.
Jean Todt was unanimously re-elected as president of motorsport's world governing body by the International Automobile Federation general assembly on Friday.
Dec.6 Romain Grosjean has played down concerns Lotus is way behind its major rivals in simulator testing of the 2014 car.
Jenson Button has told McLaren that he wants to remain with the British team beyond next season despite their escalating pursuit of Fernando Alonso.
Pastor Maldonado has hailed his move to Lotus as a "fantastic opportunity" to prove himself at the wheel of a front-running Formula One car.
Valtteri Bottas has revealed that he didn't negotiate with any other Formula One teams because he is happy to stay on at Williams.
With only a little over two weeks of shopping available before Christmas, the rush is on to get those stocking fillers and other presents sorted.
Dec.4 Ferrari's test driver has admitted Red Bull will enter the 2014 season with a technical advantage, despite the radical new regulations.
With a number of Formula One seats still to be filled for the 2014 season, there are two teams in particular that nobody is really talking about.
Formula One CEO Bernie Ecclestone said earlier this week that he thought Sebastian Vettel was one of the best drivers ever, but that Kimi Raikkonen was the star of the season.
A year after leaving them for Sauber, Nico Hulkenberg is set to rejoin Force India after signing a multi-year deal, the outfit confirmed on Tuesday.
The World Champion beat the likes of Lewis Hamilton, Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen, not to mention IndyCar champion Scott Dixon and NASCAR winner Jimmie Johnson, to take the International Racing Driver award for the fourth year in a row.
Niki Lauda has admitted he is "very sad" about Ross Brawn's decision to quit Mercedes but doesn't believe that Formula 1 has seen the last of the renowned Englishman.