Ricciardo admits Renault need improvements

Renault racer Daniel Ricciardo says his team need to make improvements if they are to reach their podium targets for 2020.
So far in 2019, Ricciardo has failed to live up to expectations at the team he surprisingly joined Red Bull from at the start of the season. He has only finished in the read more...

Leclerc enjoying life at Ferrari

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc says he no longer feels intimidated at the Italian giants and is growing in confidence as the season goes on.
The Monegasque currently sits fifth in the drivers' standings after picking up 132 points in the first 12 races, although he has yet to claim any victo read more...

Bottas makes F1 ‘options’ claim

Valtteri Bottas claims he has

other options
open to him as he ponders his future with Mercedes beyond the end of this season.
The future of the 28-year-old Finnish driver with the Silver Arrows has been shrouded in mystery throughout the course of this 2019 campaign. read more...

Alfa Romeo boss praises Raikkonen

Alfa Romeo team principal Frederic Vasseur says he has a

relationship with driver Kimi Raikkonen.
After being let go by Ferrari at the end of last season, he signed a two-year deal with Sauber, the team he started his career with in 2001, which became Alfa Ro read more...

Honda chief admits to Red Bull engine quandary

Honda say no decision has been made on when they will introduce their engine upgrade because it will mean grid penalties for Red Bull.
The Japanese manufacturer are desperate to provide the Milton Keynes-based Formula 1 outfit with a power unit which is capable of competing with reigning cha read more...

Hamilton impressed with youngsters

Lewis Hamilton says Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc have impressed him this season and he is excited for further battles.
Hamilton took the chequered flag in Hungary in the final race before the summer break to establish a 62 point lead at the top of the table. Mercedes dominated the earl read more...

Hungry Verstappen up for the fight

Max Verstappen insists he is hungry for more success and will not change his win-at-all-costs combative driving style.
The Red Bull flyer is looking to muscle in on Mercedes' dominance this year and has moved to within seven points of second-placed Valtteri Bottas in the drivers' standings. read more...

Perez upbeat over Racing Point future

Sergio Perez insists he can see through a tough first year for Racing Point and is optimistic about the future.
In their inaugural year in Formula 1, the Silverstone-based team have taken 31 points to date to sit eighth in the constructors' standings. Perez has 13 points to his name while t read more...

Season has ‘not been easy’ – Sainz

Carlos Sainz has bemoaned reliability issues at McLaren so far this season despite them being fourth in the Constructors Championship.
The 24-year-old Spanish driver has managed to pick up eight points' finishes in 12 races as he went into the summer break on the back of securing a second co read more...