Horner hails Honda after first season

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner admits the new Honda power unit overachieved in 2019.
In 2018, Red Bull announced they were to split with Renault and join up with Honda – a decision that surprised many across the paddock. Honda had just ended a disastrous partnership with McLaren read more...

2020 start key to my future – Verstappen

Red Bull racer Max Verstappen admits his title hopes with the team rely on him making a fast start in 2020.
The Dutchman achieved his best-ever finish in the Drivers' Championship in 2019 after ending the year third in the standings, behind Mercedes pair Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas. H read more...

Webber – Bottas lacks winning mentality

Former Red Bull driver Mark Webber says Valterri Bottas needs to improve his mentality if he is to become a world champion.
The Finn is now enjoying a rare break after the conclusion of the 2019 F1 campaign.
The Mercedes star finished second in the Drivers' Championship standings after be read more...

Hamilton reflects on ‘best’ season

Lewis Hamilton believes the 2019 campaign was his best season in Formula 1 after landing a sixth Drivers' Championship crown.
The Mercedes star managed 11 race wins as he landed a third straight world title and picked up 413 points over the course of the year, setting a new record for total read more...

Strong start holds key for Max

Red Bull's Max Verstappen says a strong start to next season is vital if he is to mount a sustained title challenge.
Red Bull struggled to match both Mercedes and Ferrari at the start of last season after linking up with engine suppliers Honda. Verstappen claimed the first of his three wins read more...

Vettel knows improvements are needed

Sebastian Vettel is well aware he needs to improve next season after a disappointing 2019 campaign.
Vettel was expected to mount a serious title challenge last season in the Ferrari but he finished fifth in the standings and managed just one race win, with team-mate Charles Leclerc picking u read more...

Leclerc pace surprises Binotto

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto says he did not expect so much from rookie Charles Leclerc in 2019.
The Monegasque racer impressed many in his debut season in F1 with Alfa Romeo in 2018 and did enough to earn a move to Ferrari. He was expected to play second fiddle to Sebastian Vettel read more...

Vettel laughs off Hamilton rumours

Sebastian Vettel has appeared to laugh off suggestions he could be replaced at Ferrari by Lewis Hamilton at the end of next season.
Rumours have been emerging that reigning world champion Hamilton could leave Mercedes when his contract expires at the end of 2020 and succeed Vettel at Ferrari read more...

Coulthard issues Verstappen warning to Red Bull

David Coulthard believes Max Verstappen will look to leave Red Bull if the team's car fails to mount a serious title challenge in 2020.
The 48-year-old former British Formula 1 driver, who spent four seasons with Red Bull before retiring from the sport at the end of the 2008 campaign, has be read more...

Russell tops the timesheets on final day of F1 test

George Russell topped the timesheets on the final day of Formula 1 post-season testing in Abu Dhabi, as Charles Leclerc crashed his Ferrari.
Making the most of his opportunity in a Mercedes, the Williams race driver took over from Valtteri Bottas for the second day of the Yas Marina test and read more...