Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff doubts his team’s strategy would have allowed them to beat Ferrari if it hadn’t been for the Virtual Safety Car.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto said the Virtual Safety Car period which cost them victory in Russia could have been avoided if Sebastian Vettel’s car had failed a hundred metres later.
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Lewis Hamilton won and Charles Leclerc lost when the Virtual Safety Car was deployed – but it affected other drivers’ races too.
Kevin Magnussen says he feels “let down by the FIA” over his penalty for failing to rejoin the track correctly when he went off at turn two.
Ferrari denied Charles Leclerc’s pit stop was timed to move him ahead of Sebastian Vettel, who had ignored an instruction to let his team mate through earlier in the race.
Lewis Hamilton says Ferrari had the right strategy for the Russian Grand Prix despite beating them to victory in Sochi.
Kimi Raikkonen accepted responsibility for his jump start penalty in Sochi but said his Alfa Romeo’s performance has been poor since the summer break.
Charles Leclerc says Sebastian Vettel was told to give him the lead back in the Russian Grand Prix because they made “identical” starts to the race.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner hit out at the stewards over the penalty which cost Kevin Magnussen eighth place in the Russian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel confirmed Ferrari had an agreement in place for how the drivers would manage the start after he was told to let his team mate overtaking him during the Russian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton scored his ninth victory of 2019, leading a one-two for Mercedes, after Ferrari hit trouble in the Russian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton has extended his championship lead to 73 points by winning the Russian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton won the 2019 Russian Grand Prix for Mercedes ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Charles Leclerc.
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Williams retired Robert Kubica from the Russian Grand Prix to save parts for future races.
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Lewis Hamilton says there was no point for Mercedes to start the race on soft tyres as they would inevitably be overtaken by the Ferraris even if they qualified ahead.