26 JUNE 2017

Race Analysis - The Wild Bunch: How Ricciardo won in Baku

Azerbaijan GP - Race Analysis
By Dan Knutson

Vettel under fire after Hamilton clash

Sebastian Vettel is under fire amid accusations he deliberately rammed championship rival Lewis Hamilton while behind the safety car in Baku.

McLaren could take Honda break says Boullier

McLaren's team boss has admitted the British team could take a break from being powered by Honda engines in F1.

Stroll test not podium boost says father

Lance Stroll enjoyed a 'secret' test between the recent Canadian and Azerbaijan grands prix.

25 JUNE 2017

Race Notes - Ricciardo wins in Baku

Azerbaijan GP - Race Notes
By Mark Karp

Sunday Photos

Azerbaijan GP - Sunday Photos

Sunday Press Conference

Azerbaijan GP - Sunday Press Conference

Sunday Team Quotes

Azerbaijan GP - Sunday Team Quotes

Race Results

Azerbaijan GP - Race Results

Wolff plays down Ferrari oil trick rumours

Toto Wolff has played down suggestions the FIA might have taken away Ferrari's secret weapon in 2017.

Alonso management in Mercedes, Renault talks

Fernando Alonso is clearly on the move.

Vettel contract speculation increases

Speculation is mounting that Sebastian Vettel is on the cusp of extending his contract at Ferrari.

Vettel not injured says spokeswoman

Sebastian Vettel's spokeswoman has played down rumours about an injury for the world championship leader.

McLaren engine deal deadline looming says Wolff

Toto Wolff says Mercedes needs to know if McLaren needs a customer engine supply for 2018 sometime "after the summer break".

Wolff slams Jordan's fake news

Toto Wolff has hit out at F1 media personality Eddie Jordan for perpetuating a rumour about Mercedes' future in the sport.

Pirelli could introduce even softer tyre for 2018

Grumblings about Pirelli have returned to the F1 paddock.

24 JUNE 2017

Qualifying Report - Route 66

Azerbaijan GP - Qualifying Report
By Dan Knutson

Saturday Photos

Azerbaijan GP - Saturday Photos

Saturday Press Conference

Azerbaijan GP - Saturday Press Conference

Saturday Team Quotes

Azerbaijan GP - Saturday Team Quotes

Qualifying Results

Azerbaijan GP - Qualifying Results

No obstacles to new Ferrari deal says Vettel

Sebastian Vettel has given a strong hint about his future in F1.

Boullier has contracts to negotiate

McLaren has "contracts to negotiate", according to team boss Eric Boullier.

Teams unhappy with Austin qualifying move

Team bosses are reportedly unhappy with a decision to tweak the weekend race schedule in Austin later this year.

Verstappen not expecting Baku pole

Max Verstappen has admitted Ferrari and Mercedes will probably race ahead in Baku qualifying.

Vandoorne still feels McLaren trust

Stoffel Vandoorne says he still feels the "trust" of his employer.

Renault plays down Kubica rumours

Renault has played down swirling rumours about Robert Kubica.

F1 oil in fuel controversy re-emerges

Suggestions a team is gaining performance by mixing oil with fuel have re-emerged in Baku.

Practice 3 Report - Prevented

Azerbaijan GP - Practice 3 Report
By Dan Knutson

Practice 3 Results

Azerbaijan GP - Practice 3 Results

Hamilton can stay in F1 until 40 says Trulli

Lewis Hamilton has continued to back away from earlier claims he might quit F1 at the end of the year.

Sauber owner admits Vasseur talks

Former Renault team boss Frederic Vasseur has emerged as the most likely candidate to run Sauber.

McLaren admits Sainz an option for 2018

McLaren is not ruling out a move to the British team for Carlos Sainz in 2018.

Brawn wants up to 13 teams in F1

Ross Brawn has admitted F1 would like more teams to enter the sport.

Grosjean plays down spotters reports

Romain Grosjean has played down reports suggesting the Haas team is using 'spotters' in Baku.

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Formula 1 2015/2016: Technical Analysis

Formula 1 2015/2016: Technical Analysis

by Giorgio Piola

As with previous years, 2015 was one in which Mercedes-Benz dominated both the drivers' and constructors-championships. The German manufacturer confirmed the technical advantage it had derived from the introduction of the revolutionary power unit, which first appeared in 2014. In place of Red Bull, which fell into disgrace after a media conflict with engine supplier Renault, it was Ferrari that attempted to stand up to the Silver Arrows. Side issues were the stories of a Williams wanting to come back and battle for the title; McLaren with a new but not very effective Honda engine, which touched the lowest point in the Japanese manufacturer's long history in F1; and the other leading teams of a season that ended with the official announcement of Renault's return, having acquired Lotus. Offering a precise analysis of this latest F1 championship, especially from the technical point of view, there is once again Giorgio Piola. A hundred or so all-colour illustrations document the development of the various cars throughout the Formula 1 World Championship, and offer - as always - a wealth of information anticipating the 2016 season.

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Sideview Cartoon - McLaren-Honda Briefing

By Carlo Baffi

McLaren-Honda Briefing

Sideview Cartoon - Hamilton's silver lining

By Carlo Baffi

Hamilton's silver lining

Sideview Cartoon - Spanish strategies

By Carlo Baffi

Spanish strategies

Straight Talk - Two against one - is it 2007 all over again?

By Luis Vasconcelos

Kimi Raikkonen had his best performance of the season last weekend in Russia, scoring his first podium finish of 2017, closing on Valtteri Bottas and Sebastian Vettel in the second part of the Sochi race, after just missing out on his first pole position to his team mate. But that didn't stop Ferrari from using the veteran Finn as help for Vettel's battle for victory, giving yet another hint Raikkonen is seen very much as the Number Two driver at Maranello.

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