Few teams have successfully used F1’s ‘right of review’ process to earn a harsher penalty for a rival – but Red Bull have, against Lewis Hamilton. Will they do it again?
Max Verstappen says he is feeling fine a week on from his bruising crash in the British Grand Prix but is unwilling to get involved in the row over his collision with Lewis Hamilton.
Red Bull have formally requested the stewards review their decision in relation to the collision between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen on the first lap of the British Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc says Formula 1’s sprint qualifying format would be improved if Saturday’s race was separate from the grand prix.
The damage incurred to Max Verstappen’s Red Bull in his first-lap crash after tangling with Lewis Hamilton last weekend cost £1.3 million ($1.8m), the team has revealed.
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.
Mercedes say the upgrade package they introduced at the British Grand Prix helped cut their deficit to Red Bull, but it is their last major step this year.
Mercedes’ chief technical director, James Allison, has defended Lewis Hamilton’s overtaking move on Max Verstappen last weekend, saying it complied with the FIA’s overtaking guidance.
The stewards said Lewis Hamilton was not wholly to blame for the collision with Max Verstappen. Red Bull disagree. Will they ask for a review?
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.
Fernando Alonso, Charles Leclerc and Pierre Gasly were RaceFans’ Star Performers of the British Grand Prix. Here’s why.
Even after Max Verstappen crashed out of the British Grand Prix, Red Bull found a novel way to use Sergio Perez to aid his championship cause.
Daniel Ricciardo attributed his best result since joining McLaren partly to the characteristics of the Silverstone circuit.
The first sprint qualifying weekend created some bizarre statistics after the British Grand Prix, which also saw Lewis Hamilton’s 99th career win.
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.
Sergio Perez has brushed off his British GP clash with Kimi Raikkonen as ‘over-optimism’ on the latter’s part as they fought for 11th place
Giving Lewis Hamilton a more severe penalty because of the scale of Max Verstappen’s crash would contradict a “mainstay” of the F1 rules, says race director Michael Masi.
Lando Norris talked down his chances of reaching the British Grand Prix podium, but admits disappointment that he finished one position away from it after a slow pit stop.
Red Bull’s Christian Horner says the stewards should be “locked away” from team principals during races but FIA race director Michael Masi disagrees.