Max Verstappen is looking forward to seeing his army of fans flock to Spa to see him in action at the Belgian Grand Prix, a race which also provides Daniel Ricciardo with happy memories.
The supersoft tyres are in high demand for next weekend's Italian Grand Prix with nearly all teams taking 10 sets of the red-striped compound.
Ferrari have officially announced that Kimi Raikkonen will be staying with the team for the 2018 season.
Daniil Kvyat has described Spa as a "legendary track", while Carlos Sainz is hoping to finish a race in Belgium for the first time.
Honda chief Yusuke Hasegawa has revealed that the Japanese manufacturer have adopted a new approach in the development of their engines.
Fernando Alonso is feeling "rested, relaxed and recharged" after the summer break, while Stoffel Vandoorne cannot wait to compete at his home grand prix.
Reigning World Champion Nico Rosberg is "open" to getting involved in Formula E but is no rush to find his next project after retiring from Formula 1.
Pirelli's Mario Isola has predicted that a two-stop strategy at Spa will be the quickest approach this weekend.
Renault are planning to bring "software and hardware updates" to Spa and Monza as they attempt to narrow the pace deficit to Mercedes and Ferrari.
Head of the Formula 1 technical department, Marcin Budkowski, has said the Safety Car could be driver-less to promote autonomous technology.
Sergio Perez sees Spa as an opportunity to claim back lost points from the first half of the season, while Esteban Ocon is no longer a rookie.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner has confirmed that both Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen will have Brembo brakes fitted as they continue to find a solution to their ongoing issues.
Max Verstappen has warned that he could leave Red Bull at the end of next season if they do not deliver a competitive car.
Renault Formula 1 boss Cyril Abiteboul has said the team need to build bigger facilities and employ more staff if they are to emerge as a potential World Championship contender.
Max Verstappen is downbeat about the possibility of Red Bull closing the pace deficit to Mercedes and Ferrari in the second half of the season.
Prema team boss Rene Rosin has said it would be a "dream" to join Formula 1, but only if customer cars were allowed to be entered.
Honda chief Yusuke Hasegawa has described the collapse of the Sauber-Honda deal as "very bad" for the Japanese manufacturer.
Ducati team rider Chaz Davies believes the teams push for development, which began during the middle of the World Superbike season, is behind his double victory at the Lausitzring.
Aruba Ducati rider Chaz Davies made it two WorldSBK wins at the Lausitsring when he won Race 2 in Germany on Sunday.
Haas duo Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen are both ready and raring to go again after the summer break.
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