Prominent members of the Red Bull technical team believe the new aerodynamic regulations could lead to more overtaking opportunities.
Lewis Hamilton has compared the new Mercedes car for 2017 to a "boat" after watching its progression over the last few months.
Sauber tech boss Jorg Zander is optimistic the changes for 2017 can lead to better opportunities after launching the C36-Ferrari.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner is eyeing an improved performance this year after a "big winter" for engine supplier Renault.
Lewis Hamilton has insisted he has "zero problems" with Mercedes and Valtteri Bottas after he criticised the sharing of team-mate data.
Sauber have released the first images of their 2017 challenger - the C36-Ferrari - which celebrates their 25th anniversary in Formula 1.
Paul Di Resta has been retained by Williams to be their reserve driver behind Felipe Massa and Lance Stroll for the 2017 season.
Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff and non-executive chairman Niki Lauda have both committed their futures to the team until 2020.
Pirelli racing manager Mario Isola has said that the simulation values they have received suggest that the gap between cars will become bigger.
Lewis Hamilton has revealed he has already asked his team to not share driver data between himself and new team-mate Valtteri Bottas.
Renault's chief technical director Bob Bell believes they are heading in the right direction to match Mercedes in terms of its engine power.
Nearly all Formula 1 teams are reportedly in favour of returning to active suspension to help up the confusion surrounding the legality of current systems.
Sebastien Buemi and Renault e.Dams continued their formidable Formula E partnership at the Buenos Aires e-Prix on Saturday.
Lucas di Grassi will start from the front of the grid in Saturday's Buenos Aires ePrix after grabbing his maiden pole position for Audi Sport ABT in qualifying.
Zak Brown is confident McLaren will maintain a "healthy" rivalry between Fernando Alonso and new signing Stoffel Vandoorne.
Nine-time MotoGP champion Valentino Rossi was unhappy with his machine after three days of testing at Phillip Island in Australia.
Ross Brawn has warned that it is "going to take some time" for F1's new owners to implement solutions to the sport's problems.
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Valtteri Bottas is not bothered by the one-year duration of his Mercedes contract, saying he understands that the team wants to see how he goes.
Christian Horner is predicting a fascinating season ahead as the new-look Formula 1, with its wider tyres and increased downforce, offers up a "great spectacle for all" to witness.
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