Hamilton secures Baku pole

Lewis Hamilton has secured pole position for Sunday's Azerbaijan Grand Prix after edging out Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas.
The Brit left it late to secure top-billing, as on his final lap of qualifying he posted a time of 1:40.593 to edge out Bottas by just four tenths of a second. It read more...

Russell handed Mercedes chance

Mercedes have confirmed that youngster George Russell will make his F1 testing debut in Hungary at the start of August.
The British GP3 driver will take control of Mercedes' WO8 car on both days at the Hungaroring, as Formula One teams will get their final chance to test their cars outside o read more...

Verstappen shines in Baku

Red Bull's Max Verstappen topped both practice sessions on Friday despite finishing the day in Azerbaijan in the barriers.
Verstappen, who is sitting sixth in the World Championship after a slow start to the season, clocked a fastest time of 1:44.410 in P1, edging out team-mate Daniel Riccia read more...

Horner rebuffs Alonso deal talk

Team boss Christian Horner has dismissed speculation that Red Bull could sign up Fernando Alonso for the 2018 Formula 1 season.
Alonso is currently in the final year of his contract with McLaren-Honda and he looks very unlikely to sign an extension given the problems that the team has encoun read more...

Bottas happy at Mercedes

Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas says he is not put out by his situation in the team despite having to race for his future.
Team boss Toto Wolf recently said Bottas' position was an uncomfortable one because he is on such a short contract with the team but the 27-year-old Finnish driver does read more...

Alonso yet to decide

McLaren ace Fernando Alonso says he will not be taking any gambles on an early decision on where he will drive next year.
The Spaniard's contract at McLaren comes to an end after this season and, whilst he has not ruled out staying with the team, he does maintain he wants a car that is capa read more...

Alonso won’t gamble on new team

McLaren's Fernando Alonso says he wants to be driving a winning car next season and will not be taking any risks if he moves on.
The Spaniard's contract with the Woking-based outfit expires at the end of the year and it looks very unlikely he will be signing an extension given all the proble read more...

Kvyat blasts Sainz over team strategy

Daniil Kvyat has hit out at Toro Rosso team-mate Carlos Sainz Jr for apparently not following the team's strategy in Canada.
The two drivers have fallen out with Kyvat, attacking Sainz for not adhering to the team's slip-streaming tactics in Montreal last time out. Kyvat has claimed the Toro read more...

Hamilton unsure of future

Mercedes ace Lewis Hamilton says he is unsure whether he will continue in Formula One after the 2017 season.
Hamilton started his Formula One career in 2007 with McLaren and has gone on to become one of the greatest drivers in the history of the sport, having clinched three world titles in 2 read more...

Bottas urged to show consistency

Mercedes chief Toto Wolff wants Valtteri Bottas to start showing more consistency but feels he has already exceeded expectations.
Bottas stepped into the sizeable shoes of Formula One champion Nico Rosberg at Mercedes after the German opted to call time on his racing career just days after l read more...