Lewis Hamilton defended the strategy calls his Mercedes team made after a disappointing result in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc will explain the collision which put both Ferraris out of the Brazilian Grand Prix to team principal Mattia Binotto in a meeting at the team’s headquarters.
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Unusually the top three drivers in the Brazilian Grand Prix all made different numbers of pit stops during the race.
Carlos Sainz Jnr scored his first podium finish in unusual circumstances after Lewis Hamilton was handed a five-second time penalty after the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Mercedes admitted they made a “dumb” call to bring Lewis Hamilton in for an extra pit stop at the end of the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Pierre Gasly described scoring his first podium finish in the Brazilian Grand Prix as “the best day of my life.”
Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc will not be penalised over the collision between the pair of them in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Daniel Ricciardo and Robert Kubica were each given two penalty points on their licenses for incidents they were involved in during the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton accepted responsibility and apologised for his late-race collision with Alexander Albon in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc says he left Sebastian Vettel enough space before the collision which ended their races, but his team mate said he didn’t have much room.
Max Verstappen passes Lewis Hamilton twice, the Mercedes driver hit Alexander Albon and the Ferrari drivers collided in a dramatic Brazilian Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen moves 11 points ahead of Charles Leclerc in the fight for third place in the drivers’ championship after winning the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen won the 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix for Red Bull-Honda ahead of Pierre Gasly and Lewis Hamilton.
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Ferrari have lost the edge they enjoyed over their rivals in qualifying recent races, Mercedes technical director James Allison believes.
Mercedes’ performance in qualifying at Interlagos showed again that the W10 is not as competitive at higher-altitude tracks.
Three different cars in the top three and changing weather conditions look like a recipe for an exciting Brazilian Grand Prix.
Pierre Gasly says he was surprised to qualify at the front of the midfield in Brazil after team mate Daniil Kvyat was eliminated in Q1.