The one positive of this, even if some of it is depressing, is that there'll be life on the other side, writes Adriaan Basson.
Should Lawrence Stroll's manage to buy a stake in Aston Martin, it could mean a transformation of the F1 landscape.
The team formerly known as Force India is confident it will improve in 2019.
Russian driver Nikita Mazepin will conduct a series of Formula 1 tests in a two-year old Mercedes car this year.
Force India could add the colour blue to its livery for 2019.
Mercedes CEO Dieter Zetsche has warned Britain against completing its 'Brexit' deal.
'We are where we wanted to be as far as who we've brought in and who we've promoted and we're excited for our future and hard at work on next year's car,' says Zak Brown.
'We had around 320 people, but today there are 430,' says Sauber boss Frederic Vasseur.
Force India's new name for 2019 is not yet set in stone.
Esteban Ocon has admitted his role for 2019 could involve driving duties for as many as three Formula 1 teams.
George Russell says he can work together as a team with Robert Kubica next year.
George Russell has defended Williams after the struggling British team's high profile 2019 car delay.
The Force India name is now officially gone from Formula 1.
Formula 1 teams rejected Liberty Media's plans for a joint 2019 car launch event.
Force India is not commenting on reports that it could drop its pink livery for 2019.
Former Formula 1 driver Vitantonio Liuzzi says Max Verstappen took his 'community service' at a recent Formula E race seriously.
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Force India has become the second Formula 1 team to announce a reveal date for its 2019 car.
Lawrence Stroll says he bought Force India because it was a 'phenomenal business opportunity'.
Force India could have finished this season in sixth place were it not for "some mistakes" in the final few races, says Otmar Szafnauer.
Max Verstappen has admitted he took 'revenge' on Esteban Ocon in Abu Dhabi.
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