The FIA says the financial problems at Caterham and Marussia prove it was right to push for Formula 1 cost-cutting measures earlier this year
The FIA says the withdrawal of Marussia and Caterham from this weekend's race shows a need for "equitable participation" between teams in the sport.
Ahead of the United States Grand Prix weekend, the FIA has issued a brief statement regarding the absence of Caterham and Marussia at COTA.
Former Caterham Formula 1 team principal Manfredi Ravetto has admitted that he finds the events surrounding the squad's demise "strange"
Don't expect to see Sebastian Vettel in a Ferrari later this year as Red Bull won't allow him to test for "any team" before his contract is over...
Details of drivers power unit elements used prior to the United States Grand Prix weekend
Jean-Eric Vergne believes staying on at Toro Rosso for 2015 would be in the best interests of both Red Bull and his current Formula 1 team
Lewis Hamilton said it "would suck" if he lost the world championship this year due to the controversial new double points rule.
Daniel Ricciardo says it is a "shame" that two of F1's small teams are in financial trouble and could drop out of the sport...
Jules Bianchi remains 'critical but stable' in Japanese hospital following horrific accident in Suzuka
Jules Bianchi remains "critical but stable" in hospital, nearly four weeks after he crashed at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Mercedes insist their "main priority" is to sign Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg to long-term contracts...
Formula 1 will trial a "virtual safety car" system following the accident that left Jules Bianchi in a critical condition.
Jules Bianchi remains a critical but stable condition in hospital almost a month on from his accident in the Japanese Grand Prix.
New Bianchi family statement issued via F1 team
Driver was critically injured in Japan four week ago
His fight will continue here in Yokkaichi, step by step
FIA accident panel looking into Bianchis crash
The family of Jules Bianchi have issued a new statement on the Marussia drivers condition, saying the 25-year-old continues to fight for life.
Bianchi suffered a diffuse axonal injury to his brain when he crashed into a recovery vehicle in heavy rain during the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka on 5 October, and has been undergoing treatment in Japan.Continue reading...
Jules Bianchi's family has thanked fans for their ongoing support, revealing that the driver remains in a "critical but stable" condition...
Four weeks after his Suzuka accident, Marussia, on behalf of his family, has issued update on the French youngster's condition.
With Caterham now in administration, the backmarker's former management may be returning its focus to the Forza Rossa project.