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Mercedes has usually shown its hand in testing with an ominous benchmark by now. It hasn't done so this year, but Lewis Hamilton has shown flashes off the track that should scare his rivals
Renault's chassis chief Nick Chester says it is easy to sympathise with Williams's testing plight if you have "lived through" car builds and know how hard the process is.
Max Verstappen says he is “very happy” with how Red Bull and Honda have started working together in Formula 1, describing it as “very focused and calm”.
Williams still needs more parts for its 2019 Formula 1 car to arrive for it to start the bulk of its aerodynamic work, following the FW42’s delayed pre-season testing debut.
Alfa Romeo driver Antonio Giovinazzi is willing to try to follow Kimi Raikkonen's driving style this year because it would be a "mistake" for him to spurn his teammate's experience.
Williams’ delayed 2019 Formula 1 car has made it to the Barcelona circuit and the team is working to begin its pre-season testing programme after lunchtime.
Kimi Raikkonen reckons his Alfa Romeo Formula 1 team has made a “big step” from the Sauber he drove last year, after a “very positive” start to pre-season testing.
Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff says the “nightmare scenario” of Britain exiting the European Union without a deal could lessen the appeal of basing a team in the country.
The Williams Formula 1 team expects to skip the entire second day of pre-season testing and not start running until Wednesday “at the earliest”.
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The Racing Point Formula 1 team has unveiled its 2019 car ahead of the start of pre-season testing at Barcelona.
New Renault Formula 1 driver Daniel Ricciardo says the “risk of failure” would have been greater if he stayed with Red Bull and its new engine partner Honda for 2019.
Sebastian Vettel says not to expect anything other than him remaining at Ferrari beyond 2019 as his "mission" at the Scuderia remains incomplete.
Ferrari’s philosophy for the 2019 Formula 1 season is to “try to enjoy” the experience again, something new team principal Mattia Binotto thinks it was “maybe missing in the past”.
The "final part" Alfa Romeo needed to shake down its 2019 Formula 1 car was collected from the airport this morning by race driver Antonio Giovinazzi, according to the team.