30 JUNE 2016

Thursday Press Conference

Austrian GP - Thursday Press Conference

Perez rumours an incentive said Hulkenberg

Nico Hulkenberg on Thursday said rumours linking Sergio Perez to Ferrari are simply an "incentive" for his own side of the Force India garage.

Perez on the gas for Ferrari seat says Marko

Red Bull has put the lid on its F1 driver lineup for 2017, only leaving the future of Toro Rosso's Daniil Kvyat slightly ajar.

Titanium Halo 2 to make Friday test debut

The development of 'Halo' is entering its decisive phase, with an updated version to make its debut in practice this weekend in Austria.

Ferrari in time of change says Fiat's Elkann

Ferrari is in a period of "change", according to John Elkann, chairman of parent carmaker Fiat Chrysler.

Pundit tips FIA to close tyre pressure loophole

F1 pundit Marc Surer thinks the sport's governing body will quickly close a loophole regarding tyre pressures.

Rosberg admits eye on Williams in Austria

Nico Rosberg has singled out Williams as a potential threat as he chases a hat-trick of Austrian grand prix wins this weekend.

Brexit will not hurt English teams?

An F1 pundit has played down the impact of the 'Brexit' vote for formula one teams.

Prost expected more from Renault in 2016

F1 legend Alain Prost says Renault needs more time for its works team to start shining.

Sauber pays staff amid resolution to issues

Some better news is finally emerging from the Sauber camp, amid a troubled 2016 campaign for the struggling Swiss team.

Mick Schumacher not on radar says Marko

Dr Helmut Marko says he is not currently interested in signing up Mick Schumacher to Red Bull's famous driver development programme.

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Rosberg unmoved after Lauda contract comments

Nico Rosberg has played down reports this week that suggest he is on a fast-track to a new Mercedes contract.

Relationship with Hamilton unchanged says Rosberg

Nico Rosberg has applied the brakes to teammate Lewis Hamilton's claim that the pair are once again friends.

Hockenheim admits German GP future in doubt

Hockenheim promoter Georg Seiler this week admitted Bernie Ecclestone is right that Germany might once again be absent from the F1 calendar in 2017.

Button slams desperate new F1 drivers

Jenson Button, F1's most experienced active driver, has chastised the latest generation of new and "very erratic" grand prix stars.

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Mercedes tyre pressure trick revealed?

A trick employed by Mercedes to counter Pirelli's high mandatory tyre pressures has emerged.

Kvyat breaks silence as Red Bull eyes future

Daniil Kvyat has finally broken his long Twitter silence, having not uttered a word on his social media account since his calamitous home race at Sochi and demotion from Red Bull.

Symonds proud of Williams pitstop turnaround

Pat Symonds is proud of Williams, who have emerged this year as the team with clearly the fastest pitstops in formula one.

Monza hopes for 2017 contract by September

An official is hoping Monza finally ends its protracted negotiations over Monza's F1 future by the Italian grand prix in September.

Red Bull could revive old Spielberg layout

Red Bull is looking into expanding the current layout of the Austrian grand prix venue in Spielberg.

Pirelli CEO happy with F1 present and future

Pirelli chairman Marco Tronchetti Provera said he is happy the Italian company is still involved in an ever more competitive formula one.

Bottas steps up management of own F1 career

Valtteri Bottas says he has his F1 future in his own hands for the first time.

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Ferrari's Briefing

Straight Talk - Two Lost Opportunities

By Luis Vasconcelos

Ferrari threw away the chance of upsetting the form book in Montreal when Sebastian Vettel was called into the pits on lap 11 of the Canadian Grand Prix, effectively committing the German to a two-stops strategy on a day tyre degradation was remarkably low.

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Straight Talk - Peace in our time

By Luis Vasconcelos

The Monaco Grand Prix gave Lewis Hamilton a much deserved first victory of the year, but to achieve the win the triple World Champion benefited from two events that were out of his control: Nico Rosberg accepting to let him through at the start of lap 16 and Red Bull's terrible pit stop blunder on lap 32, robbing the Australian of a victory that was fully deserved...

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