In the round-up: Gasly glad steward owned up to “wrong” Verstappen call • IndyCar continues hybrid test • Vettel tipped for Porsche move
A furious Pierre Gasly told Alpine their last-lap order to let his team mate past was a “complete joke”, but Esteban Ocon insisted it was normal.
In the round-up: Gasly feels he ‘doesn’t fully understand F1’s rules’ after Magnussen scrap • Noda chooses BOSS GP over Euroformula return • Pierson gets Toyota test
When Red Bull stumbled, one driver ensured he did not miss his chance to win. Here’s RaceFans’ driver ratings for the Singapore Grand Prix.
Lance Stroll said a number of factors combined to create the circumstances in which he crashed at the end of Q1 in today’s qualifying session.
In the round-up: Gasly wants “more rounded package” from Alpine• Toyota fastest in Fuji practice • Lotterer retires from single-seater racing
Monza saw some drivers restricted by their cars, but others still stood out. Here are RaceFans’ driver ratings for the Italian Grand Prix.
Alpine reached the podium at Zandvoort but their drivers admitted Monza was a “painful” weekend for the team.
Pierre Gasly and Esteban Ocon both say their Q1 eliminations in qualifying were reflective of their performance level at Monza.
Max Verstappen has dismissed Pierre Gasly’s claim that Monza will be a more difficult track for Red Bull to win on this weekend.
The first race after the break challenged all drivers, rookies to veterans. Here’s RaceFans’ driver ratings for the Dutch Grand Prix.
Pierre Gasly said he was very satisfied to take his first proper podium finish for Alpine after suffering a number of setbacks since joining the team.
Pierre Gasly is concerned how difficult it will be to race against the Williams drivers in today’s Dutch Grand Prix.
After making good on a bet to buy everyone at Alpine a beer, Jeremy Clarkson met drivers Esteban Ocon and Pierre Gasly. Share your best caption for this picture.
Alpine’s new driver pairing have collided twice in their first 12 races together and lost points on several other occasions.
Pierre Gasly said he was pleased to bring some cheer to Alpine amid a turbulent weekend for the team by finishing third in Saturday’s sprint race.
Mixed weather meant mixed performances at Spa – but for one obvious stand-out. Here’s RaceFans’ driver ratings for the Belgian Grand Prix.
In the round-up: Alpine ‘realised we were nowhere’ in Belgian GP • Formula E star Bird leaves Jaguar • Capacity increase for Miami GP
Pierre Gasly admitted he feared for his safety during the opening laps of the Belgian Grand Prix sprint race due to the poor visibility conditions at the track.
Hungary provided one of the most competitive qualifying sessions ever, but Sunday played out more typically. Here’s RaceFans’ driver ratings.