Mercedes and Ferrari deny they are holding up approval of Formula 1’s new regulations for 2026 in order to disadvantage potential new rivals Porsche and Audi.
Charles Leclerc said he needs a clean weekend, following a run of bad luck, after qualifying on the front row in Austria.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says Ferrari accepted his call for them to “stop inventing” instructions on the radio during the British Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc says Ferrari have made changes in reaction to the team’s handling of the Safety Car period at the British Grand Prix, where he lost a shot at victory.
Mattia Binotto says fears of losing time double stacking in the pits led them to tell Charles Leclerc to stay out under Safety Car at Silverstone.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says he was surprised to take his maiden Formula 1 pole in changeable, wet conditions at Silverstone.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff is pushing for details of Formula 1’s new power unit rules to be confirmed soon.
The FIA’s technical directive aimed at addressing Formula 1’s porpoising problem was not enforceable, Ferrari believe.
F1’s race director must take “sharper decisions” say Ferrari, who believe the Safety Car was deployed too late during the Canadian Grand Prix.
Carlos Sainz Jnr praised the pace of his Ferrari after finishing second to Max Verstappen in the Canadian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc will start today’s race from 19th after taking multiple penalties for replacement power unit penalties, but believes fourth at the finish is possible.
After qualifying third in Montreal, Carlos Sainz Jnr admitted he had pushed too much in the final corner, missing out on a front row start.
Charles Leclerc will take a grid penalty at this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix after his team opted to change another power unit part on his car.
Charles Leclerc is preparing to take a grid penalty in one of the coming races after Ferrari confirmed the power unit which failed in his car during the Azerbaijan Grand Prix cannot be repaired.
Ferrari’s head of strategy believes Charles Leclerc was heading to a comfortable win in Azerbaijan before his power unit failed.
Carlos Sainz Jnr admitted it felt “extremely frustrating” to have dropped out of another race in the early stages due to his hydraulic failure in Baku.
Following Ferrari’s double retirement in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, the team has confirmed it will use a “short-term fix” for the problem which ended Carlos Sainz Jnr’s race.
Charles Leclerc did not expect Ferrari to be able to beat Red Bull around Baku, until claiming pole position with his final lap of qualifying.
Ferrari have raised concerns over the FIA’s appointment of a former Mercedes executive to a senior position.
Seven Formula 1 teams have brought updates for their cars at this weekend’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix, mostly aimed at improving their top speed.