Fernando Alonso wants the FIA to pay more attention to drivers abusing track limits than clamping down on post-race celebrations.
Max Verstappen says he performed his post-race burn-out last weekend safely, despite the FIA warning a repeat will not be tolerated.
Carlos Sainz Jnr expressed his gratitude for the “teamwork” between Ferrari and Mercedes after he was able to unlap himself from Lewis Hamilton during the Styrian Grand Prix.
Mercedes’ upgrade plan for its 2021 car involves more than just new aerodynamic parts, the team has confirmed.
Fernando Alonso says Formula 1’s qualifying rules favour the quickest teams by giving them the opportunity to start the race on harder tyres than those around them.
Max Verstappen’s post-race burn-out celebration at the Styrian Grand Prix will “not be tolerated” in future. Why was it considered potentially dangerous?
Back in the F1 paddock with Alfa Romeo last weekend, Robert Kubica told RaceFans about his experience of the new 18-inch tyres and Ferrari’s improved 2021 power unit.
In the round-up: Ferrari fear tyre woe at Silverstone and Hungaroring • Vettel’s Styrian GP “boring” • No safety concerns over Schumacher’s seat problem
Yuki Tsunoda is “100%” convinced he would have finished ninth in the Styrian GP if not for a grid penalty, and that he should be fighting Ferrari soon
Mercedes will look into potential gains Red Bull may have with their second power unit after Lewis Hamilton repeated claims they feature upgrades
Formula 1 race director Michael Masi says there was no need to investigate the contact between Charles Leclerc and Pierre Gasly which ended the AlphaTauri driver’s race.
A “radical” change in set-up developed by Lewis Hamilton in Mercedes’ simulator may explain their deficit to Red Bull in the Styrian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc says finishing seventh in the Styrian Grand Prix was a “bittersweet” result after his lap one collision with Pierre Gasly.
The post-race burnout Max Verstappen performed after the Styrian Grand Prix will not be allowed in future, the FIA’s race director Michael Masi has confirmed.
Daniel Ricciardo’s flying first lap in the Styrian Grand Prix was cancelled out by problem with his power unit six laps into the race.
Lando Norris enjoyed leading two quicker rivals in the opening stages of the Styrian Grand Prix, but admitted he had to let them past eventually.
George Russell believes a pneumatic problem may have prevented Williams from securing eighth place in the constructors’ championship.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner rebuffed further claims by Lewis Hamilton that the team has introduced an upgrade to its power unit this year.
Max Verstappen does not believe Red Bull have sacrificed development on next year’s car to increase their chances of winning the world championship this year.
After winning the Styrian Grand Prix, Max Verstappen said Red Bull had given him an excellent car for the Spielberg race.