Fernando Alonso bemoaned his strategy and cursed his misfortune on the radio in Austria – but he also chose his words carefully when he needed to.
Mick Schumacher said he “had the pace to be in front” after urging Haas to let him past his team mate throughout the Austrian Grand Prix sprint race.
Radio messages reveal Charles Leclerc was more concerned about the time he lost behind his team mate than Ferrari’s decision to leave him out when the Safety Car appeared.
Lewis Hamilton came close to joining his team mate George Russell in switching to slicks tyres for his final run in Q3.
Lando Norris was disappointed McLaren told him to stay behind Daniel Ricciardo at the end of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, but didn’t have the full picture on the team’s strategy.
While Ferrari second-guessed their tyre calls and got unlucky with traffic, Red Bull’s sure-footed strategy won them the Monaco Grand Prix. The radio messages from all four drivers show how.
While a DRS fault aggravated Max Verstappen, Red Bull told his team mate to let him by twice. Here are their radio messages from the Spanish Grand Prix.
While Lewis Hamilton was stuck in a queue of traffic outside of the points, George Russell clung to fourth place under pressure from behind.
Fernando Alonso’s team radio messages from the Australian Grand Prix reveal how his efforts to bounce back from misfortune in qualifying were undermined by the Safety Car.
Pit wall chatter from the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix details how Max Verstappen hounded Charles Leclerc on the radio as well as on the track.
Did Lewis Hamilton fail to hear his first of two calls to pit, or did he decided not to come in amid confusion over whether it was safe to do so?
Lewis Hamilton’s radio messages reveal how the “bolder” set up direction he took in qualifying left him unable to progress beyond the first round.
Max Verstappen suffered a year’s worth of misfortune in one race in Bahrain and left his race engineer in no doubt how he felt about it. Here’s everything he had to say.
They fought on-track and off-track, with their cars, tactics and even the rule book. Here’s the blow-by-blow story of Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen’s toughest scrap yet.
Daniel Ricciardo’s team radio messages from the Qatar Grand Prix reveal his bemusement after having to slow down to save fuel – unnecessarily, as it turned out.
Lewis Hamilton’s radio messages show he stayed out too long on his intermediate tyres in yesterday’s race because he expected the track to dry out quicker than it did.
While one McLaren driver made the right call to pit when rain fell at Sochi, the other took a race-losing decision to stay out. Their radio messages reveal how.
Nicholas Latifi’s radio messages reveal the strategy disagreement, engine problem and finally the penalty which cost him his best finish of the season so far.
Following Sunday’s two high-speed crashes, drivers were confused by the delayed arrival of the Safety Car and concerned further tyre failures would occur.
Lewis Hamilton’s team radio transcript from the Monaco Grand Prix reveals why he was mystified by a strategy which cost him two places and the championship.