Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc were RaceFans’ Star Performers of the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix while Sebastian Vettel struggled again. Here’s why.
Williams expects its drivers will be able to compete for points “on merit” in the near future thanks to the progress it has made with its car.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says he has no concerns over any examination of Mercedes’ role in the Racing Point legality row.
Alexander Albon said his Red Bull’s performance was “amazing” on Sunday and he’s eager to work out how to make it handle better in qualifying.
Max Verstappen capitalised on Mercedes’ unexpected tyre problems at Silverstone to score a surprise victory and overtake Valtteri Bottas as the closest challenger to Lewis Hamilton.
Mercedes’ trackside engineering director Andrew Shovlin says the team will work urgently on the tyre problems it discovered yesterday to avoid a repeat in this weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton equalled another of Michael Schumacher’s records last weekend, while Racing Point were sentenced to a very unusual points deduction.
Max Verstappen was “absolutely right” to tell his race engineer he wouldn’t “sit behind like a grandma” while chasing the Mercedes drivers, says Red Bull team principal Christian Horner.
Nico Hulkenberg was Mercedes’ second choice after Lewis Hamilton to join the team seven years ago, Ross Brawn has revealed.
Nicholas Latifi said his Williams felt better than ever during the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix, despite making a late pit stop because he feared a tyre was about to fail.
AlphaTauri team principal Franz Tost admitted the team decision’s to pit Pierre Gasly early in the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix was a mistake which spoiled his race.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff disagreed with Valtteri Bottas’s criticism of their strategy in today’s race, but accepts his driver’s frustration at losing a position to team mate Lewis Hamilton.
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Charles Leclerc says he persuaded Ferrari to gamble on a one-stop tyre strategy despite their concerns over potential tyre failures, which paid off with fourth place.
Kevin Magnussen says Haas retired his car because “we didn’t have any more tyres” left that were good enough to run.
Sebastian Vettel said he doesn’t see how things can get any worse for him after spinning by himself at the first corner of today’s race.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner said the team’s decision to qualify for the race on hard tyres was “crucial” to Max Verstappen’s win and he was surprised no one else did the same.
Daniel Ricciardo said his ‘Seb Spin’ while racing Carlos Sainz Jnr finished off his chances in a what had already been a disappointing race.
Kevin Magnussen has been given two penalty points on his licence for his incident with Nicholas Latifi at Stowe during today’s race.