In his fifth season in Formula 1, Lando Norris says he is finally starting to get to know the person who inspired him to become a driver: Lewis Hamilton.
Esteban Ocon’s race-ending hydraulics failure at the British Grand Prix is the second time this year a part Alpine sourced from a supplier has failed.
Alexander Albon was surprised by the pace of his Williams at the end of the British Grand Prix, as he the Ferrari’s home and chased Fernando Alonso.
Alfa Romeo’s Valtteri Bottas says the team are “not meeting targets” they set for the year after failing to score again at Silverstone.
McLaren admit their transformative upgrade for the MCL60 was inspired by Red Bull’s RB19 and say they are finding greater gains after following their rivals’ lead.
Haas’ technical director Simone Resta admitted they’ve had “a few nightmares” with the reliability of their engines so far this year.
Mercedes say the full benefit of the new front wing they introduced last weekend will be seen in the next round at the Hungaroring.
McLaren’s breakthrough at the British Grand Prix has not set alarm bells ringing among their rivals, who are waiting to see if they can repeat their Silverstone form.
Max Verstappen added to his ever-growing list of F1 achievements at the British GP, but team mate Sergio Perez had the indignity of being knocked out in Q1.
Hollywood descended on Formula 1 at Silverstone, but the on-track talk surrounded McLaren’s remarkable leap forward at its home race.
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Lando Norris says he doesn’t always enjoy how hard his rookie team mate Oscar Piastri pushes him, but admits it’s raised his game.
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McLaren’s upgrades put Lando Norris in the fight for victory but couldn’t stop Red Bull equalling their historic wins streak in Silverstone.
George Russell surprised Mercedes’ rivals by starting the British Grand Prix on soft tyres – a call which shaped the race.
Fernando Alonso admitted the last two race weekends have been among the worst for Aston Martin so far this year but said they must not “get stressed.”
Carlos Sainz Jnr has no complaints Ferrari chose the “riskier” strategy for him at the end of the British Grand Prix and said he “almost made it work.”
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says the team will wind down work on its “Diva 2.0” car soon and reconsider Red Bull’s sidepod solution.
Sergio Perez is confident he will be able to reverse his recent poor run of results in qualifying, which he will work on in the Red Bull simulator this week.
Mercedes were hoping to make more gains from the update they introduced for their car at the British Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton admitted.