Lewis Hamilton won the French Grand Prix ahead of Max Verstappen and Kimi Raikkonen.
A French home race disaster as Ocon is taken out by both his compatriots on lap one.
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An irate Kevin Magnussen sharply criticised Formula 1 rival Kimi Raikkonen for his driving in qualifying at Paul Ricard.
McLaren race director has said wins may be possible as a customer team but only works teams can challenge for titles.
Pierre Gasly admits he still has some concerns over the reliability of Honda’s upgraded power units and says he is lacking some straight-line speed this weekend.
Traffic problems persisted at the circuit Paul Ricard on Saturday, but the late start to sessions meant the stands did fill up.
Sauber team principal Frederic Vasseur praised Charles Leclerc’s qualifying effort which gave the team its best starting position since 2015.
Lewis Hamilton is in a strong position to regain the championship lead but his team mate could be a serious threat in today’s race.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner says he is unhappy his drivers are starting one row further back than they should.
McLaren says a problem with its car’s aerodynamics is to blame for its poor performance this season following its worst qualifying result of the year so far.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2018 French Grand Prix.
The stewards have decided not to penalise Kimi Raikkonen despite concluding he did delay Kevin Magnussen by overtaking the Haas driver at the start of his final qualifying effort.
Daniel Ricciardo suspects he may have gone the wrong way on set-up after Red Bull ran different downforce levels on their cars in qualifying for the French Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso says McLaren believed they would be able to reach Q2 in qualifying for the French Grand Prix before being knocked out in the first round.
Lewis Hamilton needed a flying late effort to beat team mate Valtteri Bottas to pole position at Paul Ricard.
Lewis Hamilton leads a Mercedes one-two on the grid for the French Grand Prix, followed by Valtteri Bottas and Sebastian Vettel. A penalty leaves Brendon Hartley last.
Force India has been fined for the error which led Sergio Perez to lose a wheel during practice yesterday after the FIA technical delegate revised his explanation for the incident.
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