Alpine have high hopes for the upcoming two rounds at Singapore and Suzuka as they plan to introduce a significant upgrade to the A522’s floor at the next round.
Nyck de Vries hopes to land a full-time drive in Formula 1 next year after his widely-praised debut last weekend, but says “it’s not only merit” that will determine whether he gets the chance.
While Charles Leclerc failed win from pole position at the Italian Grand Prix, Ferrari drew encouragement from his margin over Mercedes.
Andreas Seidl believes Lando Norris could have finished fifth in the Italian Grand Prix had it not been for a slow pit stop.
Three-times Formula 1 world champion Niki Lauda would have doffed his trademark cap in honour of Nyck de Vries’ debut performance last weekend, Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has said.
The contentious ending to yesterday’s Italian Grand Prix will be a priority subject for discussion at today’s FIA summit on sporting matters in Formula 1, Red Bull team principal Christian Horner believes.
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The FIA must do a better job with future Safety Car situations, Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has said, after yesterday’s Italian Grand Prix ended before it could be restarted.
Sebastian Vettel said Formula ‘gave in’ to the Italian president’s ‘ego’ by allowing a fly-by before today’s race started.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff is pleased the FIA followed its Safety Car rules correctly at the end of the Italian Grand Prix, following the controversial conclusion to last year’s world championship.
Nyck de Vries says his Formula 1 future is “out of my control” despite scoring points on his grand prix debut in Monza.
Formula 1 fans at the Italian Grand Prix were booing the FIA for failing to restart the race, not winner Max Verstappen, Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto believes.
The FIA has explained why the Italian Grand Prix was not restarted after the Safety Car was sent out with six laps to go.
Lewis Hamilton says Formula 1 should consider allowing races to be extended in order to avoid them finishing behind the Safety Car.