Red Bull say F1 is no longer real racing. Are they right? BBC Sport's chief F1 writer Andrew Benson tries to find out.
Lewis Hamilton believes he has a "pretty good" chance of winning the Monaco GP after a competitive showing in practice.
Nico Rosberg heads Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton and the two Ferraris to set the pace in second practice at Monaco.
Lewis Hamilton talks about his passion for Monaco, helmet designs and his love of motorbikes
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso says Red Bull are complaining about the tyres in F1 because they have lost their dominant position.
Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg heads Ferrari's Fernando Alonso in first practice at the Monaco Grand Prix.
McLaren say they “probably” diverted fewer resources to 2014 and 2015 than planned to salvage their current car.
Mercedes say Paddy Lowe will join the team next month after being granted an early release from his contract with McLaren.
Formula 1's governing body has rejected a proposal from Pirelli to revert to last year's tyres to solve ongoing issues.
Ferrari have ridiculed critics of the tyres in Formula 1 in what amounts to a veiled attack on champions Red Bull.
McLaren say their 2015 engine partnership with Honda will not affect their ability to win the world title with Mercedes next year.
Japanese car manufacturer Honda will return to Formula 1 in 2015 as engine supplier to the McLaren team.
F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone says he is relaxed despite reports in Germany that he faces charges relating to a bribery case.
Pirelli reacts to criticism by announcing changes to the tyres it supplies to Formula 1 from next month.
Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz says the current state of Formula 1 is "nothing to do with racing any more".
Ferrari's Spanish Grand Prix winner Fernando Alonso says Mercedes' qualifying pace makes them Monaco favourites.
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso sends his home crowd into raptures by beating Lotus's Kimi Raikkonen to win the Spanish GP.
Jenson Button says McLaren's current form is "embarrassing" after another difficult weekend at the Spanish Grand Prix.
Pirelli is considering changing the tyres it supplies to Formula 1 as a result of criticism of the style of racing this season.
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso said he was confident of making a strong world title challenge after winning in Spain.
Nico Rosberg said he was mystified by the tyre problems causing the team to struggle in races despite strong qualifying.
Sebastian Vettel was happy with fourth place at the Spanish Grand Prix despite wins in two of the previous three races.
Formula 1 practice sessions will be shown live on network TV this season from grands prix which the BBC is broadcasting live.
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