Hamilton claims French pole

Mercedes star Lewis Hamilton produced a sensational lap to claim pole at the first French Grand Prix for 10 years.
The British star will be confident of securing victory on Sunday and he did just enough to beat team-mate Valtteri Bottas. Hamilton beat Bottas 0.118 seconds in a top 10 shoot-o read more...

Red Bull dismiss Ricciardo exit rumours

Red Bull boss Christian Horner has rubbished speculation Daniel Ricciardo could jump ship to McLaren at the end of the season.
The Australian's contract is due to expire at the end of the year and he has yet to make a decision on whether or not to stick with the Milton Keynes-based outfit, c read more...

Mercedes on top on French return

Mercedes dominated both practice sessions ahead of the French Grand Prix, with Lewis Hamilton setting a blistering time in P2.
The reigning world champion led home a Silver Arrows one-two in the first practice session and was particularly impressive on Friday afternoon, as he finished street read more...

Verstappen positive about Honda engines

Max Verstappen believes Honda can develop a good engine for Red Bull next year because

money is no problem
for them.
Earlier this week Red Bull confirmed they will be powered by Honda from next season after opting to drop long-time engine providers Renault. And Verst read more...

Abiteboul hits back over Red Bull switch

Renault's F1 managing director Cyril Abiteboul claims Red Bull should have stuck with their engines instead of switching to Honda.
The Austrian outfit have been partnered by the French engine supplier for the past 12 years, but that will come to an end following the conclusion of the current read more...

McLaren plotting Ricciardo contract offer

McLaren are reportedly set to offer Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo $£20 million to sign him ahead of the 2019 Formula 1 season.
The 28-year-old Australian is due to fall out of contract with the Milton Keynes-based outfit at the end of the year and has still not committed himself to a new read more...

Steiner upbeat for European lift

Team principal Guenther Steiner is confident Haas can get back to their best in Europe, starting with this weekend’s French Grand Prix.
It has been a tough start to the year for the US outfit, with just 19 points taken from the first seven grands prix of the season. They have all come cour read more...

F1 extends Belgian GP contract

The Belgian Grand Prix, based at Spa-Francorchamps, has had its contract with Formula 1 extended until 2021.
The landmark track in the Ardennes mountains is renowned for being one of the most challenging circuits on the F1 calendar since it hosted its first race back in 1925. And, having con read more...

Wolff seeks Mercedes lift

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff admits they must raise their game after Montreal but has backed the team to do the business.
The Silver Arrows still sit top of the Constructors' Championship standings but have seen their lead trimmed to just 17 points by Ferrari. Sebastian Vettel has usurped Lewis read more...

Red Bull drop Renault in favour of Honda switch

Red Bull have confirmed they will be powered by Honda from next season after opting to drop long-time engine providers Renault.
The Austrian outfit have been partnered by Renault for the last 12 years, but that will come to an end following the conclusion of the current campaign, as they hav read more...