Carlos Sainz Jnr has warned that some pit lanes Formula 1 uses risk creating “very dangerous situations” because they are so narrow.
Carlos Sainz Jnr blamed a McLaren mechanic for an incident in the pits which led to him receiving a five-second time penalty after the Dutch Grand Prix.
Carlos Sainz Jnr said he “thought I had saved someone’s life” in the pit lane incident which earned him a five-second time penalty.
Carlos Sainz Jnr admitted he was concerned about Ferrari’s deficit to Max Verstappen despite inheriting pole position for the Belgian Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen expects tougher competition from Red Bull’s rivals Ferrari this weekend due to the layout of the Hungaroring.
Formula 1 drivers praised the steps taken by the series’ race directors to explain recent penalty decisions in a meeting on Friday.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says Ferrari’s successful slipstream strategy in qualifying shows they deserve more credit for their team tactics.
Carlos Sainz Jnr and Kevin Magnussen will start the French Grand Prix from the back of the field after exceeding the limit on power unit parts.
The French Grand Prix is set to take place in heatwave conditions. Who can withstand the soaring temperatures? And will this be Paul Ricard’s last race?
Carlos Sainz Jnr says the marshalling reaction to his engine fire during Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix needed to be faster.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says Ferrari accepted his call for them to “stop inventing” instructions on the radio during the British Grand Prix.
More than half of the Formula 1 field have now won races, while Mick Schumacher scored his first points, and the second for car number 47.
Radio messages reveal Charles Leclerc was more concerned about the time he lost behind his team mate than Ferrari’s decision to leave him out when the Safety Car appeared.
Lewis Hamilton spoke up in defence of a group of protesters who were apprehended by the authorities after they tried to disrupt the start of the British Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen has shattered Charles Leclerc’s early championship lead. Is the Ferrari driver still the biggest threat to Red Bull’s points leader?
Carlos Sainz Jnr admitted it felt “extremely frustrating” to have dropped out of another race in the early stages due to his hydraulic failure in Baku.
Carlos Sainz Jnr said it was his decision to do his final lap of qualifying without a tow after missing out on pole position in Baku.
While Ferrari second-guessed their tyre calls and got unlucky with traffic, Red Bull’s sure-footed strategy won them the Monaco Grand Prix. The radio messages from all four drivers show how.
Ferrari’s frustration at the time their drivers lost lapping the Williams cars was heightened by the €25,000 fine they received for impeding in practice.
Charles Leclerc’s radio from the Monaco Grand Prix showed he had agreed a switch to intermediates would be “much quicker”, even if he later criticised the call.