Charles Leclerc says Ferrari were “transparent” with him about their efforts to sign Lewis Hamilton before he committed to extending his contract with the team.
Aston Martin may have slipped down the order as 2023 progressed, but performance director Tom McCullough sees only growth inside the team.
Sauber technical director James Key says that his team could introduce “several” major upgrade packages through the upcoming season.
Red Bull driver Sergio Perez says he is confident of being a stronger driver in 2024 after learning “a lot” from his challenges in 2023.
Speaking exclusively to RaceFans, Red Bull team principal Christian Horner looks back on team’s most successful season in history.
Ferrari made gains at the end of Frederic Vasseur’s first season in charge, but he wants the team to approach races more like Red Bull.
Oscar Piastri says he was proud of being able to deliver results for McLaren as the team improved its car rapidly during 2023.
Sergio Perez acknowledged he needs to understand why he hasn’t been able to perform consistently across a season since joining Red Bull.
Daniel Ricciardo realised he was doing too much in addition to being a Formula 1 driver after his departure from McLaren at the end of last season.
When Lando Norris started 2023 unable to reach Q3 or score, he didn’t expect McLaren to become a consistent podium threat by the end of it.
Alexander Albon single-handedly scored enough points to put Williams seventh in the championship this year, and reckons he only missed one opportunity to add more.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says his Singapore GP win shows Ferrari are ready to exploit a more competitive car if they have one next year.
Esteban Ocon has rued the lack of consistency in his 2023 campaign, which led to his lowest-scoring season since 2018.
Ferrari junior Oliver Bearman says the example set by Oscar Piastri shows private testing in a Formula 1 car is the “ideal” way to step up from Formula 2.
Pierre Gasly believes the chances are good he could face a female rival in Formula 1 during his career.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says he is “perfectly confident” that Ferrari have the ability to close their performance deficit to Red Bull.
Aston Martin performance director Tom McCullough compared Sebastian Vettel’s role in pushing the team forward to Rubens Barrichello at Williams a decade earlier.
Despite finishing a long way off the top spot this year, Sergio Perez has set his sights on going one better next year.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner predicts world champion Max Verstappen will be no less driven and strong in 2024.
Frederic Vasseur says that his Ferrari team have to find a way of turning up the pressure on Max Verstappen and Red Bull next season.