The curtain will fall on Nico Hulkenberg's Renault career in Abu Dhabi and both parties are determined to achieve the "best possible result" at the season finale.
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The past few years may been disappointing for Sebastian Vettel, but the German insists he still enjoys racing and has no plans to "retire in the foreseeable future".
Red Bull's downforce levels contributed just as much as the power unit to their straight line speed advantage at high altitude races, according to team boss Christian Horner.
McLaren's Lando Norris believes eSports could produce Formula 1 drivers in future, but don't for a minute think they can go straight from eSports to F1.
"Public pressure" and "media scrutiny" played a major role in Red Bull's decision to drop Pierre Gasly in favour of Alexander Albon, according to Christian Horner.
Valtteri Bottas believes Red Bull has surpassed Mercedes in terms of straight line speed, adding Merc were caught off guard in Brazil.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner admits that is it "difficult to judge Ferrari's situation" after their drivers clashed at Interlagos, adding that he is happy that it's not his drivers.
Bernie Ecclestone has advised Lewis Hamilton to quit Formula 1 at the end of the 2020 season, saying he should not go to Ferrari as he is likely to get beaten by Charles Leclerc.
Carlos Sainz admits he was "very surprised" to see McLaren were "still firing and hungry for results" after a tough couple of years.
Carlos Sainz has urged Pirelli to rethink their tyres for the 2020 season, saying he would prefer if they keep the status quo as the 2019 tyres are better.
Max Verstappen has dismissed reports that he wants to leave Red Bull while he also admits the Ferrari "cheat" saga is a "sensitive topic".
Flavio Briatore has revealed that Michael Schumacher "seriously considered" walking away from motor racing following the death of Ayrton Senna.
Claire Williams admits that 25 races a season will make it "incredibly difficult" for those involved in F1 to maintain a great work-life balance.
Renault non-executive director Alain Prost concedes they "are still not in a very stable situation", but is upbeat for the future after a "tough season".