Romain Grosjean has described how criticism from other drivers early in his career motivated him to tone down his aggressive moves.
FIA president Jean Todt admits the motorsport calendar is becoming too crowded to avoid clashes between major series such as Formula 1 and the World Endurance Championship.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says the Baku circuit in Azerbaijan rivals Monaco as one of the hardest tracks for an F1 driver to master.
Formula E championship leader Jean-Eric Vergne is relishing the prospect of having more power under his foot when the series introduces its second-generation car later this year.
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Pirelli say they have yet to identify the cause of the tyre blow-out which ended Sebastian Vettel’s race, but believe it was an isolated incident.
Rosberg has been given a 10 second post race penalty, but stays fourth in overall classification
Lewis Hamilton believes Nico Rosberg was more at fault for their last lap collision in the Austrian Grand Prix.
Sergio Perez says he had “no warning at all” before retiring two laps from the chequered flag due to a sudden brake failure.
Sebastian Vettel says he had “no signs” that his tyre was failing before the explosion forced his retirement.
Pascal Wehrlein scored a point for tenth position despite having to reverse his car on the grid before the race started.
Jenson Button was very pleased to have finished sixth after a tough Austrian Grand Prix