The FIA has clarified Force India’s engine situation for the remainder of 2018, with attention now shifting to what the team's future prize money status is.
Haas boss Gunther Steiner says he wants further clarification from Formula 1 chiefs about the situation surrounding Force India getting a new entry.
The arrival of Racing Point Force India in the middle of the F1 season is a highly unusual event, not least because it's well known that entries have to be submitted well in advance.
The new Racing Point Force India team has been granted an official entry in Formula 1 from this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix, the FIA has confirmed.
Lance Stroll says "nothing's guaranteed" in terms of whether he will see out the 2018 Formula 1 season with Williams.
Esteban Ocon has admitted that it is "not easy" to keep focus amid the fresh uncertainty about his Formula 1 future caused by Daniel Ricciardo's shock switch to Renault.
Sergio Perez says it's "business as usual" for the Force India F1 team at Spa – and the Mexican has no doubts about the team being allowed to compete this weekend.
Less than a month ago, Esteban Ocon appeared a shoo-in for a 2019 Renault Formula 1 seat. The Mercedes junior now faces a desperate wait to see if any opportunities will come his way.
Force India could run under a new identity within this season if the FIA is satisfied that its relevant legal issues have been properly addressed – but it's not yet clear whether it could happen as early as this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix.
A Russian company that was one of the unsuccessful bidders for Force India has questioned the process which led to the team being acquired by a consortium led by Lawrence Stroll.
Force India's salvation deal could well involve it developing a much deeper relationship with Mercedes - and that possibility is at the heart of why three rival teams are standing in the way of its prize money payments.
Force India chief operating officer Otmar Szafnauer has admitted the rescued Formula 1 team feared it would suffer the same demise as Caterham and Manor after falling into administration.
A British energy drink company that was rejected by Force India earlier this year still claims it can buy the Formula 1 team that was placed in administration last week.
Formula 1 teams were willing to pay the price for having draggy cars in their pursuit of 'dirty downforce' for the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend.