Verstappen won’t leave for Ferrari or Mercedes

Christian Horner says Max Verstappen will not have his head turned by a move to Ferrari or Mercedes and will stay with Red Bull.
Verstappen has long been admired by the Silver Arrows team following a blistering start to his fledgling Formula One career. Now it seems Ferrari are also interest read more...

Verstappen won’t leave for Ferrari or Mercedes

Christian Horner says Max Verstappen will not have his head turned by a move to Ferrari or Mercedes and will stay with Red Bull.
Verstappen has long been admired by the Silver Arrows team following a blistering start to his fledgling Formula One career. Now it seems Ferrari are also interest read more...

Williams’ car quicker than standings – Lowe

Williams' technical director Paddy Lowe says the team’s car is much quicker than their points tally for 2017 shows.
Lowe says the car has potential to be extremely quick despite a relatively disappointing first half of the 2017 season. The Grove based outfit are currently fifth in the cons read more...

Wolff respectful of Formula E’s future

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff sees Formula E as 'a serious motorsport player' with a bright future.
The Austrian believes the all-electric racing format enjoys many qualities which can move the

immature
series forward to a level where it is seen as a real rival read more...

Verstappen wins Horner support

Max Vertstappen has been backed by Red Bull boss Christian Horner to produce some

great things
this season after an unlucky start.
The 19-year-old Dutch driver has been hampered by car problems in the first half of the Formula 1 campaign with three of his five retire read more...

Haas depressed at huge gap

Team boss Gene Haas says it is

really depressing
to see Haas so far behind the top three teams in Formula One this season.
Haas are currently in their second F1 campaign and the American-based outfit, who finished eighth in the 2016 Constructors' Championship, are cu read more...

Sainz not plotting Renault switch

Carlos Sainz Jr says he remains fully committed to Toro Rosso and has dismissed talk he is looking to secure a move to Renault.
The 22-year-old cast doubt on his future with the Red Bull organisation just before the summer break, claiming he was

unlikely
to remain w read more...

Mercedes have work to do – Bottas

Valtteri Bottas says Mercedes still have plenty of work to do in the second half of the season and insists he can improve.
The Finn currently sits third in the Drivers’ Championship, 33 points shy of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel at the top of the standings. Bottas claimed his first ever Gr read more...

Raikkonen – I still have the speed

Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen is confident he can still compete at the top of the leaderboard after a poor start to the 2017 season.
The Finn has continued to help Ferrari's cause this season as the Scuderia challenge Mercedes and Red Bull for the Constructors' Championship title. Ferrari cu read more...