Fernando Alonso would have avoided a penalty for cutting the chicane if he had given his position back to Lance Stroll, according to FIA race director Charlie Whiting.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff defended Sebastian Vettel over his collision with Max Verstappen, saying the Ferrari didn’t make a mistake.
Fernando Alonso said the penalty he received following his incident with Lance Stroll during the Japanese Grand Prix “shows how bad Formula One is”.
Brendon Hartley and Pierre Gasly suspect their near-identical spins and early retirements from the Russian Grand Prix were caused by a front brake fault.
Cosworth’s managing director says the company would likely have built an F1 engine for Aston Martin in 2021 but the championship’s decision to keep the MGU-H prevented it.
George Russell extended his lead in the F2 championship with a sprint race win in Sochi, while Alexander Albon held on to take the title fight to Abu Dhabi.
Alexander Albon won an eventful Formula Two race in Sochi while a botched pit stop wrecked Lando Norris’s championship hopes.
Formula E’s new Mario Kart-style ‘hyperboost’ system is just one change which will contribute to a dramatic overhaul of races in the 2018-19 season.
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George Russell claimed a redemptive sprint race win after his difficult feature race yesterday in in a chaotic race on a greasy Monza track.
High tyre degradation and an extraordinary charge from 14th for Tadasuke Makino delivered a Russian Time one-two in the Formula Two feature race at Monza.
Nicolas Latifi kept the Formula Two title leaders behind him to claim victory in the sprint race at Spa.
Nyck de Vries stayed cool during a late Safety Car period to win the Formula Two feature race at Spa.
As Formula E says farewell to its first-generation cars, Hazel Southwell asks what the championship achieved in its first four years.
In the round-up: Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe says the scale of the aerodynamic changes being made for next season.
In the round-up: Brendon Hartley says Formula 1 sets a bad example by allowing drivers to run with all four wheels off the track.
High tyre degradation shook up the F2 sprint race, with Albon emerging the victor from fourth place.
Changing conditions saw Carlin and Prema duel for dominance, with wet-dominant Norris furious to lose out to De Vries in the dry.
Mercedes are losing half a second per lap to Ferrari on the straights at Hockenheim, according to team principal Toto Wolff.
In the round-up: Progress takes “massive time” with complex F1 engines – Gasly • Haas hoping for lonely race • Ricciardo expects entertaining fight through field