Charles Leclerc, Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu will receive no penalties for exceeding the maximum lap time limit in qualifying.
Zhou Guanyu will remain alongside Valtteri Bottas at the team currently known as Alfa Romeo in 2024. Theo Pourchaire will be their reserve driver.
The Dutch Grand Prix has been red flagged with 64 out of 72 laps complete, due to heavy rain.
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Part two of our mid-season driver rankings features drivers who have not been as impressive as the majority of their peers.
Zhou Guanyu has picked up where he left off last year, giving his experienced and race-winning team mate a close run.
Formula 1 drivers are largely against changing the layout of the Spa-Francorchamps circuit following a fatal crash earlier this month.
Alfa Romeo say they do not understand why Zhou Guanyu’s car fell into a failsafe mode at the start in Hungary before he caused a turn one crash.
Charles Leclerc thought Ferrari had got their simulation wrong when they told him how quick Alfa Romeo were following practice yesterday.
Esteban Ocon says he and Zhou Guanyu were fortunate to avoid a major crash when the two came close to colliding in qualifying.
Alfa Romeo driver Zhou Guanyu has called for a return to a chicane introduced at Spa’s Eau Rouge in 1994 after the death of Formula Regional driver Dilano van ‘T Hoff.
Zhou Guanyu says he heads into the Canadian Grand Prix on a wave of confidence after taking ninth in the last round.
Yuki Tsunoda says he was given an “unfair” penalty in the Spanish Grand Prix because rival Guanyu Zhou pretended he had been forced off the track.
Alfa Romeo are “struggling” for pace in corners and straights but have an upgrade package planned for this weekend’s race.
The changes to Formula 1’s sprint race format which have been made to produce more action could have the opposite effect in some cases, drivers believe.
Zhou Guanyu has raised his performances to the level of his race-winning team mate in his second F1 season, says Alfa Romeo’s head of trackside engineering.
F1 drivers complained rivals were given places back after making mistakes in the final standing restart at the Australian Grand Prix. Here’s what they had to say.
After Carlos Sainz Jnr’s penalty, Ferrari had one last card to play in an effort to score points. But their rivals worked out what they were going to do.
In the round-up: Zhou hopes for boost from Alfa Romeo upgrade • Piastri expects “crazy” home debut • Midfield teams fighting for ninth and tenth says Steiner
Red Bull’s dominant one-two victory in the Bahrain Grand Prix was the best start any team has made to a season in 25 years.