Red Bull's Helmut Marko levels praise at Mercedes' power unit, but says the manufacturer will keep dominating unless the engine concept changes.
Daniel Ricciardo expresses relief at Red Bull's assertion it has secured an engine for the 2016 season, but admits he doesn't know what it is yet.
Carlos Sainz says he will need to do “a lot of catch-up” today and will probably go into the race “a bit blind” after a troubled started to the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix weekend.
Renault says an announcement regarding its future in Formula 1 is 'very likely' to made next week.
Honda motorsport boss Yasuhisa Arai says it is ‘too late’ to secure a deal to supply engines to Red Bull for next season
Toto Wolff airs his frustration about the 'political agendas' behind the move to develop a customer engine, but says Mercedes is open to discussion
Fernando Alonso remains confident McLaren-Honda will make a big enough stride over the winter to prove significantly more competitive in 2016.
A beleaguered Renault concedes its long awaited engine upgrade did not meet expectations on its debut race weekend in Brazil.
Daniel Ricciardo was left to lament a failed tyre strategy as he attempted to fight his Red Bull up the order at Interlagos.