McLaren need time – Boullier

Team boss Eric Boullier says it will take McLaren

some time
to catch Red Bull but insists everyone is motivated to succeed.
McLaren, who last won the Constructors' Championship in 1998, have decided to join forces with engine suppliers Renault from the 2018 season af read more...

Bottas must believe – Coulthard

Former Formula 1 driver David Coulthard believes Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas need to rediscover his belief.
Bottas made the switch from Williams to Mercedes this season, filling the vacant spot left by the retired Nico Rosberg, and the new arrival was in the hunt for the Drivers' Championship read more...

Vettel praises team mate Raikkonen

Sebastian Vettel has labelled Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen his best team mate because he does not provide any drama in the paddock.
Vettel, who has recently slipped a long way behind Lewis Hamilton due to technical problems with the car, has heaped praise on his current Ferrari colleague Raikkon read more...

Hartley relishing Formula 1 debut

Brendon Hartley has described the prospect of making his F1 debut in the US Grand Prix as a “dream come true”.
The 27-year-old New Zealander will make his debut for the Toro Rosso team in Texas due to Frenchman Pierre Gasly not participating as he gets set to compete for the Super Formul read more...

Horner wants Verstappen longterm

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner believes Red Bull should build their team around Max Verstappen.
The Dutch driver has enjoyed sustained success since being promoted to Red Bull's senior team from Toro Rosso midway through the 2016 campaign, claiming two race victories, most recently read more...

Hamilton could have been sacked – Lauda

Mercedes chairman Niki Lauda admits Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg were threatened with the sack during last year's F1 title race.
Hamilton and Rosberg fought tooth and nail for the title last season, with the latter walking away with the spoils despite the British flyer winning the last fo read more...

Red Bull pair eager for US chance

Red Bull drivers Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen are both relishing the challenge of next week's US Grand Prix in Austin.
The duo will head to Texas sitting fourth and sixth in the Formula One standing respectively after another season in which they have struggled to keep pace with Merce read more...

Vettel not out of contention – Wolff

Susie Wolff believes that Ferrari star Sebastian Vettel can still challenge for the World Championship this term.
The German sits second in the standings, 59 points shy of Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton, with four races left to go. Hamilton could wrap up his fourth world title at the next event read more...

No overhaul needed, says Vettel

Sebastian Vettel feels Ferrari still have

a lot to do
to improve further, but feels only minor changes are needed.
No Scuderia driver has claimed the World Championship since Kimi Raikkonen claimed the top prize in 2007 although Vettel remains in the fight this seaso read more...

Massa questions Williams plans

Williams' Felipe Massa says the team would be making a mistake if they chose to replace him for the 2018 season.
The Brazilian came out of his short-lived retirement at the start of the year to allow former team-mate Valtteri Bottas to join Mercedes and has enjoyed some steady if unspectacul read more...