Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes face a “difficult weekend” in Monaco while team boss Toto Wolff admits he’s “bloody worried” about their return to a track where they struggled last year.
Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo expect a strong showing from Red Bull in this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix based on how quick their car was through the final sector in Barcelona.
McLaren Group has received a £200 million cash injection from a company linked to F2 driver and Force India F1 tester Nicholas Latifi, RaceFans can reveal.
New aerodynamic regulations for the 2019 F1 season to aid overtaking do not mean a rethink of the DRS rules is needed, according to FIA race director Charlie Whiting.
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.
Fernando Alonso admits straight-line speed remains a weakness for McLaren after the difficulties he faced overtaking in the Spanish Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel wants the FIA to engage more actively with F1 drivers on how to improve the sport rather than just ‘ticking the box’.
Williams realised it had a significant problem with its FW41 from the moment the car first ran in pre-season testing, chief technical officer Paddy Lowe admits.
Pirelli will not bring the super-soft tyre, which was criticised by several drivers last weekend, to the German Grand Prix.
Daniel Ricciardo thinks the new hyper-soft tyre should be used at every race but Pirelli says it is too soft for some tracks.
The Circuit de Catalunya has responded to criticism over the playing of the Catalan anthem at last week’s Spanish Grand Prix by denying any changes were made to the established protocol.
The Royal Spanish Automobile Federation has criticised the playing of the the official national anthem of Catalonia in the pre-race ceremony during last weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner admits he will keep a close eye on how Honda and Renault’s power unit upgrades perform at the Canadian Grand Prix.
The successes and setbacks have been shared out evenly for Haas but the VF-18 is clearly quick. Speaking exclusive to RaceFans, team principal Guenther Steiner explains why F1’s newest team keep keeps getting stronger.
Sebastian Vettel admits the new thinner tyres Pirelli introduced for the Spanish Grand Prix did not put Ferrari at a disadvantage.
McLaren is considering an expansion of its racing activities which could include a full-time IndyCar team and entry into the World Endurance Championship’s revamped top category.
Williams says it was not seeking harsher penalties for rival teams when it requested reviews of five incidents which occurred during the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Formula One Management has begun an urgent investigation into the problems which plagued the launch of its F1 TV service last week, RaceFans understands.
Sebastian Vettel thinks the change to Pirelli’s tyres for the Spanish Grand Prix disadvantaged Ferrari more than their rivals but team mate Kimi Raikkonen isn’t sure.
Fernando Alonso says the upgrades McLaren brought to the Spanish Grand Prix aren’t enough for them to start fighting the top teams yet.