Honda’s record of no concern to Verstappen

Red Bull's Max Verstappen says he's not worried by the previous problems teams have had with Honda engines ahead of the switch in 2019.
Red Bull announced midway through the 2018 campaign that they would be ending their long-standing partnership with Renault, believing the French manufacture read more...

Hulkenberg wants big steps in 2019

Renault driver Nico Hulkenberg says his team must try and close the gap to the top three constructors in 2019.
The German finished seventh in the drivers' standing in 2018, with Renault the best of the midfield teams in fourth, but he was still over 100 points behind sixth-placed Daniel Ric read more...

Vettel ‘mixed’ about Kubica comeback

Sebastian Vettel is pleased to see Robert Kubica returning to F1 in 2019 although he feels it will prevent younger drivers' progress.
The 31-year-old Ferrari driver spoke out about the return of Kubica, who has been out of the sport for eight years after he suffered life-changing arm injurie read more...

Bottas key to Mercedes success – Wolff

Mercedes chief Toto Wolff says the team would not have enjoyed as much success in 2018 without Valtteri Bottas' contribution.
The Silver Arrows once again claimed the Drivers' and Constructors' championships, with Lewis Hamilton clinching a fifth world title. In his second season with Merced read more...

Sainz sure of Renault’s engine policy

Carlos Sainz has laughed off claims McLaren will copy Red Bull's chassis and feels Renault will provide them with their best engines.
McLaren ditched engine supplier Honda to go with Renault for 2019 and some have suggested the Woking-based team will look to copy the success of Red Bull, who read more...

Sainz ready to take leading role

Carlos Sainz insists he is happy to take a leading role with McLaren next season as Lando Norris looks to settle in.
Norris joined McLaren in February 2017 as a junior driver before becoming their official test and reserve driver later that year. The Woking-based outfit confirmed handed Norr read more...

Hamilton has it easy claims Verstappen

Max Verstappen believes Lewis Hamilton has it easy, as everything at Mercedes is geared towards the Englishman's success.
Never shy from controversy, Dutchman Verstappen has intimated Silver Arrows driver Valtteri Bottas gets overlooked and the focus is on making sure Hamilton wins the Drive read more...

Horner impressed with Honda improvement

Red Bull boss Christian Horner says he is excited about the developments new engine partners Honda are making.
Red Bull have dropped Renault to switch to Honda for the 2019 season and there is a degree of risk in changing provider, with the latter failing to make any real impact in F1 when p read more...

Verstappen not expecting immediate improvement

Red Bull driver Max Verstappen believes it will take time to get the best out of their new partnership with Honda.
The Japanese engine supplier enjoyed some success with Toro Rosso last season and Red Bull will take the unit on board for 2019. It brings an end to a frustrating collaboration read more...

Verstappen confident of title fight

Max Verstappen says he is very positive ahead of a 2019 title challenge, with the team’s new Honda engine.
Red Bull are parting ways with Renault following 2018 after becoming increasingly frustrated at the reliability issues stopping them from mounting a serious tilt at the dominance of M read more...