Vettel lifts lid on Ferrari upgrade debacle

Sebastian Vettel claims Ferrari's upturn in fortunes at the United States Grand Prix was down to four months of upgrades being removed.
The 31-year-old German still maintains a miniscule chance of claiming his fifth Formula 1 drivers championship crown with three races remaining after his Me read more...

Hamilton world title on hold

Lewis Hamilton will have to wait to wrap up a fifth world title after finishing third behind Kimi Raikkonen in the US Grand Prix.
Hamilton looked on course for victory and the title in Texas on Sunday after Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel spun during a battle with Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo. Mer read more...

Alonso open to F1 return

Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso says he could still return to Formula One in 2020.
The former Renault and Ferrari driver is stepping away from the sport for the 2019 campaign. Some fans believe the Spaniard is tired of F1 but he insists he just wants a break as he prepares to take on read more...

Vettel happy despite Hamilton pole

Sebastian Vettel says he is pleased with Ferrari's improvement even though Lewis Hamilton clinched pole for Sunday's US Grand Prix.
After failing to gain much from the three practice sessions in Austin, Vettel and team-mate Kimi Raikkonen found their groove in Saturday's qualifying and the d read more...

Williams not settled on Kubica

Williams chief Claire Williams says Robert Kubica is one of a number of options they are considering for their second driver in 2019.
The Grove-outfit have taken on Mercedes youngster George Russell for next year but are still to decide who will replace Lance Stroll, with the Canadian moving read more...

Vettel handed three-place penalty

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel has been handed a blow ahead of the United States Grand Prix after he was given a three-place grid penalty.
The German was punished after stewards claimed he did not slow down sufficiently for a red flag during practice. His offence came during P1 when Charles Lecl read more...

Toro Rosso duo set for grid penalties

Toro Rosso duo Pierre Gasly and Brendon Hartley are set to receive grid penalties for Sunday's US Grand Prix due to engine upgrades.
Honda, who decided to introduce their new Spec 3 power unit in Russia, ran updated engines on both cars in Japan so have now exceeded the allowed engine change read more...

Ricciardo looking ahead to 2019

Incoming Renault driver Daniel Ricciardo says 2019 will be a chance to start afresh with the team after patchy results this year.
The 29-year-old Australian, who has won two races with Red Bull this season in China and Monaco, shocked everyone in the paddock during the summer break by announ read more...

Vettel future in doubt

Reports claim Sebastian Vettel could be given the boot by Ferrari at the end of 2019 if he fails to win the world title.
The German joined Ferrari from Red Bull in 2015 and he went on to finish third in the Championship during his maiden campaign. Vettel did claim second spot in the standing read more...