Fernando Alonso says he must raise his game in qualifying as overtaking will be especially difficult at the next two circuits F1 visits.
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Lando Norris is concerned the Circuit de Catalunya’s new turn 10 may make overtaking harder, and doubts removing the chicane would improve matters either.
Lewis Hamilton’s ability to execute overtaking moves cleanly and quickly also gives him a tyre advantage, his team believe.
Daniel Ricciardo says his recovery drive in the Portuguese Grand Prix helped him understand how to improve his performance in the McLaren.
Fernando Alonso says it isn’t immediately obvious why Alpine enjoyed their most competitive weekend of the season so far in Portugal.
Carlos Sainz Jnr admitted he was upset with his first point-less finish for Ferrari in a race where he believes a top five result was possible.
Mercedes CEO Toto Wolff admits the team ‘had a bit of a stupid moment’ by bringing Valtteri Bottas into the pits too early in their bid to score the fastest lap bonus point.
Lando Norris says his confidence is growing in his third year in Formula 1, and he feels better able to take advantage when faster rivals slip up.
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George Russell described his Portuguese Grand Prix as “an incredible struggle” after falling from 11th on the grid to finish 16th.
FIA Formula 1 race director Michael Masi dismissed Red Bull’s complaints over track limits decisions during the Portuguese Grand Prix weekend.
A disappointed Valtteri Bottas was puzzled by the performance of his tyres again as he fell from pole position to finish third in the Portuguese Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen took full responsibility for the clash with team mate Antonio Giovinazzi, admitting he was changing a switch on his steering wheel.
Williams hope their straight-line speed advantage will help George Russell’s bid for a points finish in today’s race.
Sergio Perez said he is not as comfortable in his Red Bull as he was at Imola, after qualifying alongside team mate Max Verstappen for today’s race.
Ferrari’s Mattia Binotto denied Mercedes’ Toto Wolff’s claim some Formula 1 teams blocked the introduction of sporting penalties for budget cap violations.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner wants Formula 1 to develop its new Sprint Qualifying race format further.
A call to introduced secret voting was welcomed by Formula 1 team bosses, but it will only stop one opportunity for collusion.
Fernando Alonso is optimistic about his chances in the race and says he doesn’t “care too much about the qualifying position” after taking 13th.