Pirelli will bring the softest available tyre selection for the final Formula 1 race of 2018 in Abu Dhabi.
Is F1 2018, the latest edition of the official Formula 1 game by Codemasters, the best example of the series so far? Will Wood puts it to the test.
Daniel Ricciardo says he will try to get through the Canadian Grand Prix without collecting a grid penalty for using another power unit component.
Sebastian Vettel explains why he complained on the radio about “disaster tyres” at the end of the Monaco Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso says he isn’t “bored” by F1 and expects to continue for “many more years” beyond his 300th event this weekend in Canada.
Lewis Hamilton is concerned a loss of performance from his power unit will leave him at a disadvantage this weekend as Mercedes were unable to bring their upgraded engine.
Max Verstappen continues to dismiss questions about his approach to Formula 1 following the crash which ruined his Monaco Grand Prix weekend.
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Sebastian Vettel wants the FIA to engage more actively with F1 drivers on how to improve the sport rather than just ‘ticking the box’.
Sebastian Vettel thinks the change to Pirelli’s tyres for the Spanish Grand Prix disadvantaged Ferrari more than their rivals but team mate Kimi Raikkonen isn’t sure.
Ferrari’s controversial Halo-mounted wing mirrors have not been banned for future races, contrary to reports.
The FanVision service which brings video coverage to spectators at races will be offered at F1 events for the first time since 2012.