Caterham have completely changed their race driver line-up for the second year in a row after signing Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson for 2014.
Paul di Resta will return to the DTM, Germany’s Touring Car Championship, having lost his Formula One seat.
Giedo van der Garde has been announced as Sauber’s test and reserve driver for the forthcoming season.
Esteban Gutierrez will remain at Sauber for a second season in 2014, the team has confirmed, with Sergey Sirotkin taking a test role.
Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo has criticised the plan to award double points in the final race of 2014 as “artificial”.
Adrian Sutil will continue his F1 career with Sauber next season after being dropped by Force India.
The first practice session of a race weekend should see more activity next year as more drivers will be allowed to participate and they will have more tyres to use.
Force India have confirmed Sergio Perez will race for them in 2014 after signing a “multi-year deal” with the former McLaren driver.
Antonio Felix da Costa has joined Red Bull’s 2014 line-up as a test driver.
Nico Hulkenberg will drive for Force India again in 2014 after his departure from Sauber was confirmed.
Pastor Maldonado will drive for Lotus in 2014, the team has confirmed.
McLaren have confirmed they will drop Sergio Perez after one year as their driver and replace him with rookie Kevin Magnussen in 2014.
McLaren say they have not yet signed a driver to replace Sergio Perez but indicated Jenson Button will remain with the team next year.
Sergio Perez has confirmed he will not drive for McLaren in 2014.
Felipe Massa will race for Williams next year, the team has announced. He will partner Valtteri Bottas as Pastor Maldonado leaves the team.
Toro Rosso have confirmed Russian driver Daniil Kvyat will race for them in 2014 in place of Daniel Ricciardo.
Marussia have confirmed Jules Bianchi will continue to drive for them in 2014.
Kimi Raikkonen will return to Ferrari next season, five years after he was dropped by the team.
Felipe Massa will leave Ferrari at the end of the year, he has confirmed on Twitter.
Daniel Ricciardo will take over from Mark Webber at Red Bull next year, the team have confirmed.