Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack admits there is a sense of frustration at the team on how their progress is being constrained by the problems they have experienced with ‘porpoising’.
The FIA has responded to Max Verstappen’s criticism of the performance of the Safety Car during last weekend’s Australian Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso’s team radio messages from the Australian Grand Prix reveal how his efforts to bounce back from misfortune in qualifying were undermined by the Safety Car.
Charles Leclerc says Ferrari face a challenge to develop their car as quickly as championship rivals Red Bull can.
With their second win from the first three races of the year, Ferrari have made their best start to a season since their dominant 2004 campaign.
Sebastian Vettel’s first race weekend back could hardly have gone worse, and left Aston Martin admitting “we need to really look at what car we provide him.”
While two drivers received the highest scores which were awarded this week, a series of errors meant there were several low scores too.
George Russell scored his first podium finish for Mercedes yesterday and rose to the unexpected heights of second in the world championship.
Lewis Hamilton says he is unable to comply with the FIA’s demand that drivers remove all body piercings as his are fixed in place.
Charles Leclerc delivered a grand slam performance on F1’s return to Australia, as Red Bull and Verstappen suffered a second early season setback.
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After scoring his second victory in the third race of 2022, Charles Leclerc says the championship fight is on.
Lando Norris took fifth place in Melbourne despite having to do severe lifting and coasting over the final three laps, while his team mate was told to hold position.
Alex Albon described his first point for Williams as “completely unimaginable” after the team’s strategist predicted both cars would finish at the back.
Fernando Alonso says Alpine missed a chance to score a podium finish in Australia after a series of misfortunes.
The FIA stewards have recommended drivers be given additional guidance on how to avoid incidents during Safety Car periods following a near-miss in Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix.
Christian Horner says that Red Bull “can’t accept DNFs” after Max Verstappen retired from second place in the Australian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton says he was unable to attack his team mate for third place in the closing stage of the Australian Grand Prix because his car was overheating.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says problems on Saturday and Sunday in Melbourne cost him the chance to fight for victory.