McLaren have started a Formula 1 season with victory on 13 occasions, but they’ve started 2023 with some of their worst form ever.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says he would “get really angry” if Ferrari were dominating the way Red Bull are and people complained about it.
Alfa Romeo has confirmed the “massive debris” Valtteri Bottas hit at the start of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix significantly affected his performance.
Mercedes say they did not intervene in the fight between their drivers for fourth place because they did not believe it would improve their result in Sunday’s race.
Lewis Hamilton claimed Red Bull are as dominant as Mercedes were when the V6 hybrid turbo era began, but the numbers show that’s an exaggeration.
Alexander Albon was so alarmed by his brake failure during the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix he urged his Williams to warn his team mate.
Mercedes have begun examining how the designs of their two leading rivals work in order to turn around their poor start to the 2023 season.
Williams team principal James Vowles says he overlooked Logan Sargeant’s potential earlier in his career, after impressing the team on his Formula 1 debut.
Mercedes is making faster progress in developing its car having accepted it needed a change of concept, says team principal Toto Wolff.
Yuki Tsunoda said AlphaTauri was losing out to its rivals in the straights and corners in Jeddah after narrowly missing a points finish for the second race in a row.
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Sergio Perez wants Red Bull to review their communications to him and Max Verstappen in Jeddah after losing the fastest lap point to his team mate. Here’s what they said.
Oscar Piastri said it was “a shame” his Saudi Arabian Grand Prix was ruined by damage he incurred on the first lap of the race.
Max Verstappen says Red Bull must ensure their cars are reliable as the fight for the world championship is likely to be between him and his team mate.
The second race of the season showed Ferrari are not as close to the pace as they thought they were, Carlos Sainz Jnr admitted.
The race data from Jeddah shows Red Bull would have scored a one-two even if the Safety Car hadn’t been deployed, thanks to their enormous pace advantage.
The FIA will act immediately to amend an inconsistency in its rules which led to Fernando Alonso temporarily losing third place in yesterday’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says Red Bull are as dominant as his team was when the V6 hybrid turbo era began in 2014.
Sergio Perez tasted victory in Jeddah and made amends for his misfortune last year, while Max Verstappen completed a Red Bull one-two from 15th on the grid.
Fernando Alonso has been reinstated to his third place finish in the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix after the stewards cancelled his post-race penalty.