Ferrari suspect the engine failure which put Carlos Sainz Jnr out of Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix was a repeat of a problem which caused another retirement three races earlier in Azerbaijan.
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Formula 1 teams responded to reports some fans had suffered harassment and abuse at the Austrian Grand Prix by inviting them into the paddock.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says the marshalling reaction to his engine fire during Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix needed to be faster.
The Crown Prosecution Service in the United Kingdom says it has authorised bringing a charge of “fraud by false representation” against former Formula 1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone.
Lewis Hamilton says he has resumed wearing a mask to protect against Covid-19 as more people around him have contracted the virus in recent months.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says the team need to understand the tyre degradation problems they encountered during yesterday’s Austrian Grand Prix.
Kevin Magnussen spent much of the Austrian GP feeling “very nervous” the Ferrari engine in his Haas was about to “blow up”.
Fernando Alonso kept his 10th place and point after the stewards ruled his team did not send his car onto the track in an unsafe condition following a pit stop.
Charles Leclerc knew he could win the Austrian Grand Prix despite his sprint race defeat to Max Verstappen – and he did.
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Having kept the chasing Ferraris at arm’s length throughout the sprint race, Red Bull couldn’t match their rivals on tyre degradation during the grand prix.
George Russell says that he lost ‘probably a second a lap’ with damage sustained during an opening lap clash with Sergio Perez.
Max Verstappen said the abuse some fans experienced at the Austrian Grand Prix was “shocking”, views shared by Charles Leclerc and Lewis Hamilton.
The throttle problem which jeopardised Charles Leclerc’s victory appears to have been mechanical rather than electronic in nature, his team believe.
Colton Herta will test a McLaren Formula 1 car this week as the team consider running him in a practice session later this year.
Charles Leclerc, Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton, the top three finishers in today’s Austrian Grand Prix, have kept their finishing positions after an investigation by the stewards.
The top three finishers in the Austrian Grand prix have been summoned to the stewards over a potential breach of the rules.
Senior Formula 1 team members have condemned the abuse some fans experienced during the Austrian Grand Prix weekend.