Formula 1 gossip and rumours from international media
SUNDAY, 24 NOVEMBER
Spaniard Fernando Alonso says he was ready to move aside in the Brazilian Grand Prix to hand team-mate Felipe Massa a podium finish in the Brazilian's final race with Ferrari.
Alonso added he will be at work at Ferrari until 21 December as the team strive to find a way to beat Red Bull in 2014.
Finn Heikki Kovalainen says he is in advanced negotiations with Caterham over a return to the team in 2014 after a season on the sidelines as their reserve driver.
Veteran driver manager Julian Jakobi, who worked with Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost, is now working with Sergio Perez in an effort to find the Mexican a 2014 F1 seat.
Felipe Massa has tweeted a video of his last post-race Ferrari meeting, which included Fernando Alonso and other members of the team looking largely disappointed after missing out on second in the constructors' championship.
Britain's Max Chilton was delighted to finish every race in his rookie season with Marussia. He tweeted: "Massive thanks to everyone @Marussia_F1Team on making it possible to set a new world record in a rookie season!"
SATURDAY, 23 NOVEMBER
Scot Paul Di Resta has been left to sweat on his Formula 1 future with news Nico Hulkenberg has been offered a two-year-deal at Force India.
Ex-McLaren team principal Ron Dennis had meetings with Dieter Zetsche, chief executive of Mercedes's parent company Daimler, in late 2012, in a bid to persuade the German team not to sign Lewis Hamilton.
Lotus team principal Eric Boullier is expecting a deal with new investors Quantum Motorsport to come to fruition next week and says his team has proof of the funds that have been promised.
Ferrari team boss Stefano Domenicali has suggested he would welcome Ross Brawn back to Maranello if it made the Italian team a force in F1 once again.
Sergio Perez would still be at McLaren next season if an unnamed team had not reneged on a deal to give Kevin Magnussen a drive for 2014, according to team boss Martin Whitmarsh.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says he has unfinished business with his world-beating team and is therefore not thinking of replacing Bernie Ecclestone as the head of F1.
Pirelli boss Paul Hembery insists that the lack of running on the 2014 tyres taken to Interlagos for the Brazilian Grand Prix will prove to be no major set-back ahead of next season.
Mark Webber will start his new sportscar career a day after the Brazilian Grand Prix, linking up with Porsche on Monday.
THURSDAY, 21 NOVEMBER
Rain is expected to affect practice, qualifying and the race at this weekend's season-ending Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos, Sao Paulo.
Italian technical journalist Giorgio Piola has produced a video of what the 2014 cars may look like, including details of the narrower front wings, lower noses, re-positioned exhaust pipes and altered rear aerodynamics.
McLaren's Jenson Button will become Britain's most experienced F1 driver of all time when he lines up on the grid for the 247th time in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Australian Mark Webber will be given no favours by Red Bull team-mate Sebastian Vettel at Interlagos on Sunday, the last grand prix of his Formula 1 career, according to team principal Christian Horner.
Ferrari president Luca Di Montezemolo gives Fernando Alonso an "eight out of 10" for effort this season after the Spaniard finished second in the drivers' standings behind champion Vettel.
Williams can head into 2014 confident of a return to form after its encouraging end to the current season, says driver Valtteri Bottas.
Drivers hoping to seal one of the seats at Force India will have to wait to until December to learn their fate, says team principal Vijay Mallya.
Lotus reserve driver Davide Valsecchi says he will consider his future with the team over the winter having been overlooked for a race seat in the final two races of the season in place of the injured Kimi Raikkonen.
Toro Rosso's Daniel Ricciardo, Caterham's Giedo van der Garde, Williams' Pastor Maldonado and Marussia's Jules Bianchi met up for a game of football ahead of this weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix.
TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER
"I'm happy with 4th in Austin. There was no way I was letting Fernando past at the end! Now onto Brazil to secure 2nd for the team!"
Ross Brawn has denied there is any friction between Lewis Hamilton and the Mercedes team after disagreements during Sunday's United States Grand Prix.
Outgoing McLaren driver Sergio Perez has admitted that he isn't interested in joining a constructor at the back of the Formula 1 grid.
Pastor Maldonado has further backtracked on his claims that the Williams team had sabotaged his qualifying efforts at the United States Grand Prix, admitting that the heat of the moment may have got to him.
Red Bull's chances of maintaining its dominance of Formula 1 over the long term will be hit by the departure of key aero chief Peter Prodromou, reckons Mercedes boss Brawn.
Ferrari technical director James Allison believes they have put in place the necessary changes to return to championship-winning ways in the coming years.
Felipe Massa says he is "proud to be a part of the history" of Ferrari and hopes to be remembered as a person who made an important contribution to the team.
MONDAY, 18 NOVEMBER
The lack of excitement in the United States Grand Prix should act as a wake-up call for Formula 1 to not become too conservative in 2014, reckon leading paddock figures.
Nico Hulkenberg is refusing to rule out a second season at Sauber after Monsisha Kaltenborn stated she would happily hold onto her driver.
Interlagos is still expecting a big crowd, despite Sebastian Vettel's utter dominance and with the 2013 title already decided.
Even after taking his eighth successive win on Sunday, Vettel insists he has lost none of his hunger for success.
Romain Grosjean was hailed as a future Lotus leader on Sunday after second place at the US Grand Prix highlighted just how much progress the Frenchman has made since his 'first lap nutcase' days of 2012.
Felipe Massa criticised Pirelli's tyre selection for the United States Grand Prix as he struggled to 12th place.
SUNDAY, 17 NOVEMBER
Finn Heikki Kovalainen has emerged as a surprise and late contender to drive for Lotus in 2014.
American 1978 F1 world champion Mario Andretti says the success of the United States Grand Prix is proving a lot of sceptics wrong.
Force India's Paul Di Resta could rescue his career in America's premier open-wheel Indycar Series in 2014.
Williams development driver Susie Wolff is targeting an increased role next season which would include driving in some Friday practice sessions.
Pirelli have threatened to revert to supplying "conservative" tyres that ensure one-stop races in 2014 if teams and the sport's governing body, the FIA, fail to give more guidance on tyre specifications.
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn says the team will not feel compelled to take a pay driver next season, despite reports they are struggling with finances.
SATURDAY, 16 NOVEMBER
President of Venezuelan oil giant PDVSA Rafael Ramirez says that he is working to ensure that Pastor Maldonado, whom they sponsor, races for Lotus in 2014.
F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone says Formula 1 will not race in Mexico or New Jersey in 2014.
Quantum Motorsports chief Mansoor Ijaz says there is "zero chance" of its deal to buy into the Lotus team falling through, despite recent delays in the transfer of funds.
McLaren sporting director Sam Michael has said that the decision to go with Kevin Magnussen over Sergio Perez will help the team in their approach to a new era of technical rules in 2014.
Williams-bound Felipe Massa is convinced the British outfit are putting the pieces in place to ensure they again become a front-running team.
Caterham reserve driver Alexander Rossi says he is "definitely" ready to step up to a Formula 1 race seat.
FRIDAY, 15 NOVEMBER
Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton has dedicated his United States Grand Prix helmet to his "favourite artist" Michael Jackson.
Britain's Max Chilton says he is "not far away" from putting pen to paper on a new deal with Marussia for 2014.
Lotus owner Gerard Lopez says it would have been "intriguing" to see how seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher would have fared if he had been keen on a comeback with the Lotus team.
An unpaid electricity bill is one of 57 debt claims made against the Sauber team, totalling 500,000 euros (£418,000).
Sauber team boss Monish Kaltenborn said the team have paid their overdue electricity bill "in accordance with the payment schedule".
Formula 1 teams are concerned that the 2014 technical regulations are forcing them into 'ugly' designs with hooked nose sections.
THURSDAY, 14 NOVEMBER
Felipe Massa says he was in talks with McLaren before signing for Williams for 2014.
Nico Hulkenberg didn't take up the option to join Lotus for the last two races of the season because he didn't want to jeopardise a potential move away from Sauber in 2014.
Sergio Perez says he would be open to racing outside Formula 1 if he cannot secure a competitive seat for the 2014 season, but the Mexican remains hopeful of remaining in the sport.
Perez added that McLaren's decision to replace him next year came as a shock and that he found out only a couple of days before an announcement was made.
Triple Formula 1 world champion Nelson Piquet is recovering well after having heart surgery.
WEDNESDAY, 13 NOVEMBER
Sauber's Nico Hulkenberg has turned down an offer to stand in for Kimi Raikkonen at Lotus for the final two races of the season, according to his manager Werner Heinz.
Force India team principal Vijay Mallya believes sixth place still beckons for his team following a resurgence in form.
Sir Jackie Stewart will be the first legend to be honoured in the Silverstone Wall of Fame. The three-time F1 world champion and two-time GP winner at Silverstone was presented with a commemorative brick bearing his name.
Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton is adamant that Formula 1 will eventually win over the sceptical supporters in the USA.
McLaren have teamed up with the BBC Children in Need Annual Auction 2013 to auction off a guided tour of the McLaren Technology Centre.
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FRIDAY, 8 NOVEMBER
Sebastian Vettel has rejected suggestions the Formula One public has become apathetic to his domination of the sport.
Jenson Button does not believe drivers will be forced to make radical changes in order to adapt to Formula 1's sweeping 2014 regulation changes.
Daniel Ricciardo says Formula 1 "is not in the best shape" and action needs to be taken when drivers such as Kimi Raikkonen are not being paid.
Sebastian Vettel says he retains 'enormous respect' for Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber despite the challenging nature of the relationship between the pair.
Red Bull chief technical officer Adrian Newey has admitted his team has had to compromise the development of its 2014 car in order to make sure of retaining the title this year.
SUNDAY, 3 NOVEMBER
Lotus's investment deal with Quantum Motorsports to take over a percentage of the Enstone-outfit has been completed. It will secure the services of Kimi Raikkonen for the rest of the season and the future of the team.
Williams team principal Sir Frank Williams says he will contact Ross Brawn about joining his team if the Mercedes team principal is available.
Four-time world champion Alain Prost says smart, adaptable drivers will thrive when the new V6 turbo engines are introduced next season.
Mexican Sergio Perez looks set to stay at McLaren alongside Jenson Button for next season.
A deal has been done for the Indian Grand Prix to return to the calendar in 2015 and for six years beyond that if tax problems with the country's authorities can be overcome, according to Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone.