Mercedes weren’t concerned by the outward appearance of Lewis Hamilton’s tyres in the final laps of the Turkish Grand Prix, despite considering a late pit stop for fresh rubber as a precaution.
Ferrari’s strong performance in the Turkish Grand Prix could propel them into the fight for third place in the constructors championship, says McLaren’s Andreas Seidl.
Lewis Hamilton has insisted he is not considering the possibility of being knighted for his achievements following his latest world championship success.
Sebastian Vettel, Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo praised Lewis Hamilton after he equalled Michael Schumacher’s record of winning seven world championships.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says Lewis Hamilton’s next contract “just got more expensive” following an “impeccable” drive to his seventh championship title.
Sebastian Vettel was surprised to claim his first podium finish for over a year with a last-lap pass on his team mate in the Turkish Grand Prix.
Pierre Gasly told his team they had been ‘sleeping since Saturday’ after finishing 13th in the Turkish Grand Prix.
Racing Point insist they made the right decision by pitting Lance Stroll from the lead during the Turkish Grand Prix, despite their driver slumping to ninth place at the finish.
Sergio Perez feared the tyres he finished the Turkish Grand Prix on wouldn’t have lasted another lap.
Max Verstappen described the conditions in the Turkish Grand Prix as “super-frustrating” after he fell from a race-leading position to finish sixth.
Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc criticised race control’s decision to leave a crane on the circuit when Q2 began at Istanbul Park yesterday.
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Lewis Hamilton says he is motivated to keep racing in Formula 1 after winning a record-equalling seventh title because of the difference he can make to the world.
Valtteri Bottas said his steering was damaged in a collision at the start of the Turkish Grand Prix, which left him struggling to stay on track.
Lance Stroll said he was frustrated at finishing ninth, 40 seconds behind his team mate, having led the early stages of the Turkish Grand Prix.