Charles Leclerc says Formula 1’s sprint qualifying format would be improved if Saturday’s race was separate from the grand prix.
Ferrari are unlikely to challenge Mercedes or Red Bull for victory at this weekend’s race in Hungary, according to its drivers.
Qatar has emerged as a surprise candidate to host F1’s 23rd race this year through the country’s connection to a car manufacturer the sport is courting.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto found Formula 1’s first sprint qualifying event last weekend “a bit strange” but will reserve judgement until the three-round trial of the new format is complete.
Fernando Alonso says Formula 1’s rules aren’t being enforced by the race director, and he will change his approach to racing as a result.
Alfa Romeo CEO Jean-Phillipe Imparato believes “motorsport is dead unless it’s electrified”, so why is has his brand re-committed to Formula 1 instead of Formula E?
Carlos Sainz Jnr is convinced he had the pace to finish on the podium in the British Grand Prix but for his two setbacks over the race weekend.
Sprint qualifying races could award much more than three points to the winner if they return after 2021, Formula 1 managing director Ross Brawn told RaceFans.
As Formula 1 is using the red flag more often, permitting teams to repair their cars during suspensions is handing some a huge advantage.
The controversial collision between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen on the first lap of yesterday’s British Grand Prix was deemed a racing incident by several of their rivals.
Red Bull’s Christian Horner says the stewards should be “locked away” from team principals during races but FIA race director Michael Masi disagrees.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff defended Lewis Hamilton following his collision with Max Verstappen and subsequent victory in the British Grand Prix.
British Grand Prix race winner Lewis Hamilton would have had to retire had the race not been red-flagged following his collision with Max Verstappen, according to his team.
Christian Horner says he ‘does not know how Lewis Hamilton can take satisfaction’ from winning the British Grand Prix after colliding with Max Verstappen on the opening lap.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner says the contact between his drivers in yesterday’s sprint qualifying race should have been avoided but isn’t blaming either for it.
A 140,000-strong capacity crowd for the British Grand Prix will be a relief to Silverstone, but how many more races this year can expect full attendance?
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff praised Formula 1’s sprint qualifying experiment, but says the format should be used at no more than four rounds.
Fernando Alonso says he has no concerns about being “on the dark side” after he was accused of moving under braking in Sprint Qualifying.
The FIA has dropped a contentious part of its plan to force Formula 1 teams to slow down their sub-two-second pit stops.
Sergio Perez admitted he is struggling more at Silverstone than at other tracks after suffering a spin which left him last on the grid for tomorrow’s race.