In the round-up: Renault CEO Carlos Ghosn suggests the driver line-up for 2016 could still change, despite Lotus having signed Pastor Maldonado and Jolyon Palmer before they were bought by the manufacturer.
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Carlos Ghosn: 'Renault va revenir en Formule 1 en 2016' (Le Figaro - subscription required, French)
Ghosn stated a meeting will be held next month to discuss drivers and other matters, and did not rule out the possibility of bringing in a French driver.
Haas F1 Team: 'We are not here to be last' (USA Today)
"Steiner fantasizes about 'mid-pack,' somewhere around the top 10 in a field that usually has 20-some cars."
Petronas ready for battle with Shell (Autosport)
"Petronas, Mercedes' primary sponsor and key technical partner, made gains of its own after introducing a new fuel at the Italian Grand Prix, and it expects the battle with Shell and Ferrari to intensify next year."
UK F1 TV viewing figures drop to eight year low (F1 Broadcasting)
"Based on unofficial overnight viewing figures, the 2015 Formula One season recorded the lowest average audience since the 2007 season."
Analysis: Azerbaijan's plan to make the F1 race pay off (Motorsport)
"To be honest, we're looking into every single piece of land that we can put a grandstand on, and at the moment (28,000) is what we could get, that's the number we could get."
FIA Prize Giving 2015 - FIA Formula 1 (Dailymotion)
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On this day in F1
One year ago today four men broke into Red Bull’s headquarters in Milton Keynes and stole 60 of their F1 trophies. The quartet were convicted and jailed last month.