Lewis Hamilton led a Mercedes one-two as drivers struggled for grip in the first practice session for the French Grand Prix.
Daniil Kvyat will start the French Grand Prix from the back of the grid after taking a complete new power unit for this weekend’s race.
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Sebastian Vettel denies he is becoming frustrated by his win-less streak which dates back to last year’s Belgian Grand Prix.
Alexander Albon will have to make do without the new ‘spec three’ power unit his fellow Honda users will race at the French Grand Prix.
The pit entry and exit configuration at Paul Ricard has been changed for this weekend’s French Grand Prix to improve safety.
Pictures from the build-up to the 2019 French Grand Prix.
Formula 1 is set for three increasingly warm days of action at the Paul Ricard circuit in the south of France, with track temperatures likely to exceed 50C.
As Canada’s result spills on into the French Grand Prix, can under-pressure home racers, manufacturer and organisers make a success of this weekend? It’s the French Grand Prix talking points.
It’s the French Grand Prix this weekend. Don’t want to miss any of the live action? Here are the times for all of this weekend’s sessions.
Nico Hulkenberg has confirmed that Renault will bring upgrades to the French Grand Prix, which have “pretty optimistic” expectations.
Ferrari have confirmed they will not appeal against Vettel’s Canada penalty, however, the team could pursue another way to protest the decision.
Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull have made largely similar tyre selections for next week’s French Grand Prix.
Ferrari will remove the Mission Winnow logos from its car at the next two rounds of the world championship.
Formula 1’s official tyre supplier Pirelli has confirmed it will bring the second-softest tyres in its range for the French Grand Prix.
The starting times for the 2019 Formula 1 race, qualifying and practice sessions have been confirmed. Add them to your calendar here.
The FIA World Motor Sport Council has approved the 2019 F1 calendar with no changes to the 21 race dates and venues which were proposed by Formula One Management.
Formula One Management has revealed a draft 2019 F1 calendar which features 21 races including a German Grand Prix.
The 2019 F1 calendar is expected to feature 20 rounds, one fewer than this year, and will be announced before the next round, RaceFans understands.