Bottas would consider Ferrari switch

Valtteri Bottas wants to extend his stay at Mercedes but admits he would consider moving to Ferrari if that is not possible.
Bottas is currently in his third season with Mercedes and looks set to play second fiddle to Lewis Hamilton once again. The 29-year-old Finn is 39 points behind his ta read more...

Brown delighted with McLaren pair

McLaren boss Zak Brown is pleased with how both his drivers have performed this year but reserved special praise for rookie Lando Norris.
Norris, 19, is in his first Formula 1 season while 24-year-old Sainz joined McLaren from Renault as the duo replaced Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne read more...

Former engineer slams Vettel

Ex-Ferrari engineer Luca Baldisserri has criticised Sebastian Vettel, calling him an

overrated driver
.
Since the midway point of last season when he was leading the F1 championship, the four-time title winner has made a number of high-profile errors with Ferrari, cos read more...

Wolff welcomes Bottas improvements

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says Valtteri Bottas has improved this season and believes the Finn won't give up in the title fight.
Bottas failed to claim a race victory in 2018 but has two so far this year, although he trails team-mate Lewis Hamilton by 39 points in the drivers' standings as the read more...

Horner wants to see return of European race

Red Bull principal Christian Horner admits he would like the European Grand Prix to return with a London street race mooted.
Talks have been ongoing about holding a race around the East side of the city in the Docklands area to avoid any serious levels of disruption. It was potentially regar read more...

Leclerc carried Austria incident to Silverstone

Charles Leclerc admits he was more aggressive at the British Grand Prix in response to the incident with Max Verstappen in Austria.
Ferrari's Leclerc bumped wheels with his Red Bull rival at the Red Bull Ring, with the young Dutchman going on to take the chequered flag and Leclerc finishing read more...

Hamilton tips Vettel to bounce back

Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton has backed Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari to bounce back from his latest high-profile error.
Vettel has endured a tough 2019 to date, with his latest setback coming at last weekend's British Grand Prix at Silverstone when he crashed into the back of Max Verstappen's Red read more...

Binotto unimpressed by Ferrari pace

Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto admits the speed of their car was

not good enough
during the British Grand Prix.
The Italian team have lagged a long way behind Mercedes in the race for the title this season and Sunday's evidence at Silverstone suggests they are stil read more...

Gasly hails ‘best weekend’ of 2019

Red Bull driver Pierre Gasly said the British Grand Prix was his

best weekend
of 2019 but he was disappointed to miss out on third.
The 23-year-old Frenchman is in his debut season with the Milton Keynes-based Formula 1 outfit having stepped up to replace Daniel Ricc read more...

Red Bull set for engine upgrade

Red Bull chief Christian Horner has revealed Honda will be supplying his team and Toro Rosso with an engine upgrade after the summer break.
Red Bull currently sit third in the Formula 1 standings after the British Grand Prix but are still way off the pace set by Mercedes. Ferrari are second read more...