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McLaren are targeting more than just downforce gains from the major upgrade they will begin to introduce for their MCL60 this weekend, says Lando Norris.
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Red Bull say their Aerodynamic Testing Restriction limit, which was reduced as part of their penalty for over-spending in 2021, will affect next year’s car.
Mercedes reserve driver Mick Schumacher has been praised for his role in the team’s recent upswing in form.
Formula 1’s fourth attempt to ban the use of tyre warmers in the space of 15 years is at risk of failing as previous efforts did, due to opposition from teams.
Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack is keen to see what progress the team has made in high-speed cornering following the upgrade it introduced in Canada.
Max Verstappen says he understands people feeling bored by Red Bull’s domination of Formula 1 and is keen for more competition.
Mercedes are aiming to repeat the recovery feat they achieved last year by winning a race before the end of the season.
Max Verstappen and Red Bull both reached significant statistical landmarks with their victory in the Canadian Grand Prix.
Sergio Perez admitted he is concerned over his pace in recent races after losing significant ground to his team mate in the championship.
Nico Hulkenberg urged Haas to address its tyre degradation after being second-quickest in qualifying but second-slowest in the race.
McLaren’s major upgrade package promises to be a “milestone” moment in their difficult season, says team principal Andrea Stella.
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Charles Leclerc was “more calm” after Ferrari explained their reasons for a qualifying strategy call he disagreed with, said team principal Frederic Vasseur.
Max Verstappen believes Aston Martin’s most competitive showing yet was due to their upgrades and Red Bull’s car not suiting the Montreal track.
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Fernando Alonso had to reduce his pace for almost two-thirds of the race due to a suspected problem but managed to keep Lewis Hamilton behind.
Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack said Lance Stroll’s achievement in coming from 16th on the grid to finish in the points should not be underestimated.
McLaren will seek an explanation from the FIA why it did not take action over the “extreme” movement of Alpine’s rear wing during the Canadian Grand Prix.