Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto confirmed he held a discussion with drivers Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc following their crash in Brazil.
Valtteri Bottas fears Red Bull now have a straight-line speed advantage over Mercedes following their performance in Brazil.
George Russell says he has learned a lot from Robert Kubica and will miss his team mate when he leaves Williams after next week’s race.
Max Verstappen, Carlos Sainz Jnr and Pierre Gasly were RaceFans’ Star Performers of the Brazilian Grand Prix. Here’s why.
Pierre Gasly’s podium finish in the Brazilian Grand Prix shows how he has thrived since being dropped by Red Bull, according to team principal Christian Horner.
Sergio Perez said Racing Point didn’t deserve to score their two points for ninth place after an uncompetitive showing in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Mercedes described Lewis Hamilton’s extra pit stop in the Brazilian Grand Prix as a “heart-sink” moment and said they wouldn’t do it again.
Pierre Gasly says the only six months of his career so far in which he wasn’t competitive was when he was driving for Red Bull.
Red Bull’s strong Brazilian Grand Prix performance wasn’t just down to gains made with their Honda power unit, their rivals believe.
Brazilian Grand Prix winners Red Bull have chosen more sets of soft tyres for the final race of the season in Abu Dhabi next week.
Sebastian Vettel insisted he did not trigger the collision between the two Ferrari drivers by turning left into his team mate.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl said he “couldn’t be happier” as the team clinched fourth place in the constructors’ championship with one race to go.
The FIA stewards decided no investigation was necessary after discovering some drivers activated their Drag Reduction Systems while passing yellow flags on Sunday’s race.
Lewis Hamilton was left a “sitting duck” when Max Verstappen passed him the first time in the Brazilian Grand Prix because a hard out-lap left his battery depleted, the team has revealed.
Mercedes threw everything at Red Bull in their attempt to get Lewis Hamilton ahead of Max Verstappen and came up short. But for Ferrari, Brazil was an abject disaster.
The didn’t get to stand on the podium officially, but McLaren scored their first top three finish for over 2,000 days in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Valtteri Bottas admitted he was surprised Mercedes gave up on their attempt to get him through the race with a single pit stop.
The Safety Car had to be deployed to recover Valtteri Bottas’s car because his Mercedes got stuck on a bump, FIA race director Michael Masi revealed.
Mercedes told the stewards Lewis Hamilton took the blame for his collision with Alexander Albon. So why wasn’t his penalty issued early enough for Carlos Sainz Jnr to go on the podium?
Red Bull rewarded its chief race strategist Hannah Schmitz with a trip to the podium for her “brave” decision to pit Max Verstappen during the Brazilian Grand Prix.