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Daniel Ricciardo says comments he made after the Mexican Grand Prix suggesting he would miss the final races of 2018 were not meant to be taken seriously.
Kevin Magnussen says Haas hasn’t been able to make the best of its 2018 car because of the three-year-old team’s lack of experience.
Several drivers are anticipating rain at this weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix but current forecasts indicate they won’t arrive until after the race.
Pictures from the build-up to the 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix.
Concerns about Formula 1’s high degradation tyres will be raised at a meeting of the Grand Prix Drivers’ Association tomorrow.
Lewis Hamilton says he’s unlikely to gift a win to Valtteri Bottas in return for the victory his team mate handed him in the Russian Grand Prix.
Michael Schumacher’s records remain a long way off being beaten despite the gains Lewis Hamilton has made in recent years, according to Sebastian Vettel.
Kimi Raikkonen admits Ferrari are “not in a very good position” for their constructors’ championship showdown with Mercedes.
Will Mercedes win the championship? Has Interlagos solved its security problems? And can Ricciardo change his luck? More Brazilian Grand Prix talking points.
Force India is planning extra security measures for its staff at this weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix despite race promoters promising a response to last year’s violent muggings.
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Romain Grosjean accepts he deserved some of the penalty points he’s earned in the last 12 months, but believes the majority of them are questionable.
Formula 1 teams have chosen largely similar tyre selections for the penultimate race of the year in Brazil, though McLaren have again erred on the conservative side.
Formula 1 will not receive a hosting fee for the next three Brazilian Grands Prix at the Interlagos circuit in Sao Paulo, RaceFans can reveal.
Brazil’s place on the 2018 F1 calendar was confirmed by the FIA today following a report into the security problems at this year’s race.
The Shanghai International Circuit will continue to host the Chinese Grand Prix until at least 2020 following the announcement of a new contract.
The 2018 F1 calendar has been revealed and featured Formula One’s first ever triple-header of three consecutive race weekends.