28 JUNE 2016

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.

27 JUNE 2016

Ecclestone working on new income system

Bernie Ecclestone on Monday said he is working on a plan to reform F1's controversial income distribution system.

Williams compliment very nice says Button

Jenson Button is not commenting on speculation he might return to Williams next year.

Hamilton says Rosberg relationship good

Lewis Hamilton says the venom has gone out of his relationship with Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg.

Ecclestone happy with Brexit vote

Bernie Ecclestone says Britain exiting the European Union is the right thing, even for formula one.

Home track doesn't suit Red Bull says Webber

Former Red Bull driver Mark Webber is not expecting his old team to shine too brightly this weekend in Austria.

Podium, wins in next two years says Honda

Honda's F1 boss Yusuke Hasegawa has warned that even podiums are for now a distant target for the McLaren-Honda project.

Honda still open to supplying second team

Honda is still open to supplying engines to a customer F1 team.

Lauda says Rosberg to sign 2-year deal

Nico Rosberg appears poised to ink a new contract and stay with Mercedes for the next two years.

Ricciardo says no contact with Ferrari

Daniel Ricciardo is not ruling out a move to Ferrari at some point in the near future.

Raikkonen to marry on August 5?

Kimi Raikkonen appears to have set a wedding date.

Dutch GP possible at Assen track

Momentum is building for The Netherlands' return to the F1 calendar.

24 JUNE 2016

F1 must change or disappear says Abiteboul

Cyril Abiteboul on Friday has given a hard-hitting interview with the German press, boldly criticising key aspects of the sport.

F1 to drop European races says Ecclestone

Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed reports he intends to drop "one or two" European rounds from the F1 calendar.

Prost says Baku coverage a disaster

Alain Prost has described the coverage of last weekend's inaugural race in Baku as a "disaster".

Williams recapturing winning mentality says Smedley

Williams is working to rediscover its "winning mentality", according to Rob Smedley.

Alonso wants third title in 2017

Fernando Alonso says he hopes to be fighting for the world championship in 2017.

Todt plays down future F1 race clashes

Jean Todt has paved the road for more high-profile date clashes between key races like F1 grands prix and the iconic Le Mans.

Force India not unhappy with Hulkenberg

The impressive form of Sergio Perez does not mean Force India is unhappy with his teammate.

Raikkonen alternatives potentially faster says Prost

F1 legend Alain Prost has weighed into Ferrari's deliberations about the future of Kimi Raikkonen.

Verstappen listened after Monaco crashes says Marko

Dr Helmut Marko says Max Verstappen has learned a valuable lesson after his 'hero to zero' outing in Monaco last month.

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2016 Spanish GP Photo Prints

Sideview Cartoon - Ferrari's Briefing

By Carlo Baffi

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.

Sideview Cartoon - Ricciardo's Nightmare

By Carlo Baffi

Ricciardo's Nightmare

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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