Formula 1 gossip: Hamilton, Vettel, Formula E, Ricciardo
Sunday, 24 April
World champion Lewis Hamilton has been named on the Sunday Times Rich List for the first time. The three-time world champion is worth £106m, making him Britain's wealthiest sportsman. (Sunday Times - subscription required)
Renault's Jolyon Palmer says the team's debrief after the Chinese Grand Prix "wasn't pretty" after neither he nor Kevin Magnussen finished. (PlanetF1.com)
Championship leader Lucas di Grassi won the inaugural Paris Formula E street race. (CNN)
Sebastian Vettel wants Formula 1 to remain as the "pinnacle of motorsport" and not become distracted by a desire to make it a show. (Crash.net)
Daniel Ricciardo says Red Bull can perform strongly at the Russian Grand Prix, despite past struggles in Sochi. (GPupdate.net)
Saturday, 23 April
Ferrari could introduce an engine upgrade as early as next weekend's Russian GP after promising results "unlocked horsepower improvements." (Motorsport.com)
McLaren's Fernando Alonso has given a sneak peak into a novel training approach as he combines his typical driving position with gym work. (Fernando Alonso Instagram)
Haas boss Gunther Steiner believes new teams should be given the opportunity for more testing, in order to help ease their entry in to Formula 1. (Motorsport.com)
Williams believe there could be an advantage from carrying out testing for Pirelli that will focus on the new Formula 1 rubber for 2017. (Eurosport)
Germany's Nurburgring is confident it will return to the Formula 1 calendar next season despite a contractual dispute over hosting a race in 2015. (ESPN)
Winners of the drivers' world championship Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel would "have a hard time" if they competed in Formula E, according to championship leader Lucas di Grassi. (PlanetF1)
Friday, 22 April
The company behind the Hungaroring has signed a contract extension and will host the Hungarian Grand Prix through to 2026. (Autosport)
British world champion Lewis Hamilton has been named among Time magazine's 100 most influential people. (Time)
McLaren reserve driver Stoffel Vandoorne, who raced in the Australian Grand Prix, says the Super Formula series is more "physically demanding" than Formula 1. (Grandprix.com)
The mayor of Monza is confident the Italian Grand Prix will continue to be held at the historic venue beyond this year, despite F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone casting doubt on its future. (Gazzetta dello Sport - in Italian)
German Pascal Wehrlein is convinced that top-10 finishes are possible for Manor this season. (Motorsport.com)
Following the death of music icon Prince, McLaren's Jenson Button wrote on Twitter: "Little Red Corvette.... RIP Prince you legend."
Button's team-mate Fernando Alonso came face to face with some samurai during a visit to the Tokyo National Museum.
Thursday, 21 April
Red Bull adviser Helmut Marko believes that Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is "paranoid" about planned rule changes for 2017. (ESPN, via motorsport-magazin.com)
F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone is being called upon to help improve road safety in Baku before the city hosts Azerbaijan's first Grand Prix in June. (Guardian)
Renault managing director Cyril Abiteboul says there are no excuses for the team's poor start to the season. (Autosport)
Hass F1 driver Romain Grosjean says Pirelli should not be blamed for tyre pressure issues - even though he said after the Chinese Grand Prix that the rules on pressures had made his car "undriveable". (Crash.net)
Former F1 champion Fernando Alonso - without a world title since 2006 - says he could still beat any other driver in the sport if he was in a similar car. (Sky Sports)
Alfa Romeo have been urged by Sergio Marchionne, chief executive of their parent company Fiat, to get together with Ferrari to secure a return to F1.(Autosport)
Wednesday, 20 April
World champion Lewis Hamilton says his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg is yet to be properly challenged this season, adding of the German's lead at the top of the standings: "He should enjoy it whilst it lasts."(CNN)
The Indonesian government has launched a scheme in which people can donate money by text message to help raise the $4.7m (£3.2m) driver Rio Haryanto owes to Manor. (Autoweek, via CNN Indonesia)
Marussia and Manor have become embroiled in a dispute over what Marussia claim was illegal use of their trademark in the 2015 Formula 1 season.(Autosport)
Renault driver Jolyon Palmer's performance in China was "embarrassing", according to Danish former F3000 driver and pundit Jason Watt. (Ekstra Bladet - in Danish)
Haas driver Romain Grosjean was out on the track in go-karts in celebration of his recent 30th birthday. "Fun day with friends... Just checking that I haven't lost any speed with my 30s."he tweeted.
Tuesday, 19 April
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff believes Formula 1 should abandon the planned rule changes for 2017. (Guardian)
Mercedes were nominated for the team of the year award at the Laureus sports awards in Berlin, with Lewis Hamilton praising the style of Mercedes non-executive chairman and fellow three-time world champion Niki Lauda on Twitter.
But Hamilton was absent from the team's group selfie from the event.
F1 has released on-board footage from both Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari and Daniil Kvyat's Red Bull to allow viewers to judge where fault lies for their opening-corner crash in China. (Formula 1)
F1 race director Charlie Whiting has said it was "unacceptable" that a road car was left parked near the pitlane entrance in qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix. (Reuters)
Pirelli will have more time to test tyres in 2017 after boss Paul Hembery threatened that the company could walk away from the sport. (Motorsport.com)
Monday, 18 April
Sebastian Vettel has drawn a line under his argument with Daniil Kvyat, having previously blamed the "madman" Red Bull driver for his collision with Ferrari team-mate Kimi Raikkonen in China. (Formula1.com)
Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene says president Sergio Marchionne was far from happy after witnessing Sunday's misfortune. (Motorsport.com)
But Arrivabene added it "isn't correct" to point the finger over who was to blame. (Autosport)
Fernando Alonso says his McLaren team must improve after failing to score any points in Shanghai - a race the Spaniard described as "boring". (ESPN)
Alonso posted an Instagram photo of his helmet after Sunday's race, adding the caption: "After the battle."