Haas team principal Guenther Steiner sees little chance of the team lifting itself from last place in the championship this year.
Williams is resigned to going into the 2022 F1 season at a disadvantage as it will not produce a ‘mule car’ to test the new, 18-inch tyres which are being introduced.
Williams has dropped its reserve driver Dan Ticktum. His departure is not thought to be related to recent comments he made about Nicholas Latifi.
George Russell thanked the FIA for their “common sense” in not penalising him for illegally passing cars yesterday, but it was his team who got him out of trouble.
Williams’ drivers said two years of hard work had been justified as the team ended its longest-ever points drought.
New Williams technical director FX Demaison says the team’s recent gains have come about despite it prioritising work on its 2022 car.
Alfa Romeo says their qualifying gains are enough to challenge many of the midfield teams, but are struggling to contain the threat of Williams’ George Russell.
George Russell downplayed any disappointment at failing to score in the Austrian Grand Prix, saying “you get what you deserve”.
George Russell’s confidence of scoring Williams’ first points for two years is boosted as he believes his nearest rivals will have “disastrous tyres” at the start of the race.
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Williams is looking into joining Formula 1’s 18-inch tyre testing programme this year to avoid being left at a disadvantage to its rivals.
Charles Leclerc has become one of the first Formula 1 drivers to sample his team’s planned car for next year’s radically changed technical regulations.
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Max Verstappen says he performed his post-race burn-out last weekend safely, despite the FIA warning a repeat will not be tolerated.
Valtteri Bottas and George Russell have denied rumours Mercedes have decided which of them will drive for the team in 2022.
Williams team principal Simon Roberts has left the outfit, 12 months since joining it in the wake of its sale to Dorilton.
George Russell and Nicholas Latifi have said that strong winds around Baku today created ‘tunnels’ around the circuit, through its narrower street sections.
George Russell says Williams has not been given the opportunity to show their car’s pace due to the weather conditions so far this year.
George Russell described his Portuguese Grand Prix as “an incredible struggle” after falling from 11th on the grid to finish 16th.
Valtteri Bottas says the collision between him and George Russell in the last race is “history” and he’s ready to move on, despite not having spoken to his rival.