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Steiner fed up with "too frequent and too heavy" Haas F1 crashes

Gunther Steiner says that Haas's crashes are becoming "too frequent and too heavy" after another incident involving Mick Schumacher in final Formula 1 practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Wolff: Boos against Hamilton ‘consequence’ of Silverstone fallout

Toto Wolff believes the boos directed at Lewis Hamilton after Formula 1 qualifying in Hungary were a “consequence” of the fallout from his Silverstone crash with Max Verstappen.

Red Bull: No major issue with Hamilton "gamesmanship" in Q3

Red Bull Formula 1 boss Christian Horner says he has no "major issue" with Lewis Hamilton's "gamesmanship" at the end of qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Hamilton: Boos from crowd after Hungarian GP pole "fuel me"

Lewis Hamilton brushed off boos and jeers from the crowd after taking pole position for the Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix, saying it “just fuels me”.

Williams F1 boss Capito would ‘wish’ Russell gets Mercedes seat

Williams Formula 1 chief Jost Capito says he would “wish” that George Russell gets signed by Mercedes for 2022 as he is ready for life with a top team.

Tsunoda: AlphaTauri F1 car felt ‘really nervous’ before FP1 crash

Yuki Tsunoda says his AlphaTauri Formula 1 car was feeling “really nervous” through the Hungaroring's high-speed corners on Friday prior to his crash during opening Hungarian Grand Prix practice.

Hamilton ‘optimistic’ about Mercedes’ Hungary F1 chances after FP2

Lewis Hamilton feels “quite optimistic” about Mercedes’ chances in this weekend’s Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix after recording a 1-2 finish in FP2 in high temperatures on Friday.

Red Bull parts company with F1 employee after racist messages emerge

Red Bull Racing has parted company with one of its Formula 1 employees after racist text messages recently emerged online.

Why Hamilton and Vettel’s stand for LGBTQ+ rights in Hungary matters

OPINION: With Hungary implementing laws banning the teachings of LGBTQ+ issues to under-18s, the country has come under fire for its domestic policy. In response, both Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel arrived in Hungary displaying their support for the LGBTQ+ community. Luke Smith explains why it matters.

Mercedes hopes FIA F1 ruling will end Red Bull attempt to ‘tarnish’ Hamilton

Mercedes hopes the dismissal of Red Bull’s push to further penalise Lewis Hamilton will end a “concerted attempt” by its senior management to “tarnish” the Formula 1 world champion’s name.

Russell: No F1 rules can place blame in Verstappen/Hamilton clash

George Russell believes there are no rules that could be introduced to Formula 1 to stop a repeat of the "racing incident" between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen at Silverstone.

Hamilton "amazed" by F1's support against racist abuse online

Lewis Hamilton has called the support shown by Formula 1 in the wake of receiving racist abuse online “amazing”, saying it is “the first time I didn't stand alone”.

Verstappen explains why he thinks Hamilton deserved bigger F1 penalty

Max Verstappen has explained why he believes Formula 1 title rival Lewis Hamilton deserved a “more severe” penalty for causing their British Grand Prix crash ahead of today’s FIA hearing.

Alonso didn’t expect to still be racing in Formula 1 at 40

Fernando Alonso says he did not expect to still be racing in Formula 1 at the age of 40 after celebrating his birthday on Thursday ahead of the Hungarian GP.

Ocon: "Fighting spirit" Alpine’s big strength in battle for fifth

Esteban Ocon believes Alpine’s “fighting spirit” will be its biggest strength in the battle for fifth place in the Formula 1 constructors’ championship against Aston Martin and AlphaTauri.

McLaren backs decision to delay F1 pitstop clampdown until Belgian GP
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McLaren backs decision to delay F1 pitstop clampdown until Belgian GP

McLaren Formula 1 boss Andreas Seidl has backed the decision to delay the clampdown on pit stop times until the Belgian Grand Prix, offering more time for crews to prepare.

Schumacher’s openness ‘helpful to everyone’, says Haas F1 chief engineer

Mick Schumacher’s open and constructive approach to trying different things is proving “helpful to everyone” at Haas through his rookie Formula 1 season, according to chief race engineer Ayao Komatsu.

Red Bull evidence will put British GP crash in ‘different light’
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Red Bull evidence will put British GP crash in ‘different light’

Helmut Marko believes new evidence brought by Red Bull to Thursday’s FIA hearing will put the Formula 1 crash between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton in a “slightly different light”.

Verstappen ‘not interested’ in F1 chatter over Silverstone crash
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Verstappen ‘not interested’ in F1 chatter over Silverstone crash

Max Verstappen says he is “not interested” in getting involved in the continued chatter surrounding his crash with Formula 1 title rival Lewis Hamilton at Silverstone.

Alonso feels like 25 ahead of turning 40 in Hungary

Fernando Alonso is showing few signs of dwelling on becoming the Formula 1's latest driver racing over 40 in Hungary this weekend, saying he feels like he is 25.

Mercedes braced for ‘bruised’ Red Bull to fight back in Hungary

Mercedes is braced for Formula 1 title rival Red Bull to fight back at this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix after being “bruised” by its defeat at Silverstone.

Haas planning to solve Schumacher's crooked F1 seat for Hungary

Haas plans to resolve Mick Schumacher’s in-car position issue in time for the next Formula 1 race in Hungary after driving at a crooked angle so far this season.

Saudi F1 promoter has discussed human rights concerns with drivers
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Saudi F1 promoter has discussed human rights concerns with drivers

Saudi Arabia’s race promoter says he has already met with some Formula 1 drivers to discuss their concerns about the country’s human rights record ahead of December's grand prix.

McLaren: "Not unrealistic" for Norris to target P3 in championship

McLaren Formula 1 chief Andreas Seidl believes it is "not unrealistic" for Lando Norris to target third place in the drivers' championship after his strong start to the season.

Ocon confident Alpine has solved problem on his F1 car
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Ocon confident Alpine has solved problem on his F1 car

Esteban Ocon feels “pretty sure” that Alpine has solved the problem on his Formula 1 car after changing chassis ahead of last weekend’s British Grand Prix.

Red Bull still considering FIA action over $1.8m Verstappen F1 crash
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Red Bull still considering FIA action over $1.8m Verstappen F1 crash

Red Bull is still considering action against the penalty handed to Lewis Hamilton for the crash with Formula 1 title rival Max Verstappen that caused $1.8 million in damage.

Seidl: Sprint races best kept for specific Formula 1 tracks
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Seidl: Sprint races best kept for specific Formula 1 tracks

McLaren team boss Andreas Seidl believes it is good to have trialled Formula 1’s new Saturday sprint race at Silverstone, but the format should be reserved for specific circuits.

F1 reveals Monza schedule including 18-lap sprint race

Formula 1 has officially confirmed that Monza will stage the second sprint race of the 2021 season after revealing the session times for the Italian Grand Prix weekend.

Leclerc: Ferrari can’t expect to fight Mercedes at other 2021 races

Charles Leclerc has warned Ferrari “shouldn’t expect” to be in a position to fight Mercedes for the rest of the 2021 Formula 1 season despite almost winning at Silverstone.

F1 clash between Hamilton and Verstappen ‘inevitable’ – Shovlin

Mercedes’ Andrew Shovlin believes an accident between Formula 1 title rivals Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen was “inevitable”.

McLaren set for boost in Ferrari F1 fight with Hungarian GP upgrades

McLaren is set for a boost in its fight against Ferrari for third in the Formula 1 constructors’ championship by bringing some upgrades to the next race in Hungary.

Alonso clarifies ‘dark side’ F1 comments at British GP

Fernando Alonso has clarified his comments about racing on “the dark side” in Formula 1 after his aggressive start to Saturday’s sprint race at Silverstone.

Aston Martin would "embrace" VW Group entry into Formula 1

Aston Martin chairman Lawrence Stroll says he would "embrace" a potential future entry to Formula 1 by the Volkswagen Group as talks continue over the next generation of power unit.

Stroll hails "most expensive" employee Vettel's turnaround

Lawrence Stroll believes Sebastian Vettel is “doing a great job” with Aston Martin after putting his slow start with the Formula 1 team down to a tricky pre-season testing.

Leclerc: Ferrari should sacrifice P3 F1 fight for 2022 title bid

Charles Leclerc says he would be happy for Ferrari to sacrifice the fight for third place in the constructors’ championship to focus on a Formula 1 title bid in 2022.

Aston Martin Valkyrie's public debut stoppage caused by £5 part

Lawrence Stroll has revealed that the teething problems for the Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar during its public debut at Goodwood were caused by an electrical glitch on a £5 part.

F1 to revive classic wreaths for Silverstone sprint race British GP
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F1 to revive classic wreaths for Silverstone sprint race

Formula 1 has revealed it will revive its classic podium wreaths for this weekend’s inaugural sprint race at the British Grand Prix.

Ocon gets new F1 chassis for British GP to "eradicate doubt"

Esteban Ocon will get a new Alpine Formula 1 chassis for this weekend’s British Grand Prix to “eradicate any doubt” that technical issues caused his recent slump in form.

Marko: "Changed" Gasly wouldn’t perform in F1 now how he did at Red Bull
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Marko: "Changed" Gasly wouldn’t perform in F1 now how he did at Red Bull

Helmut Marko believes that a “changed” Pierre Gasly would now not perform how he did at Red Bull in 2019 as he continues to lead AlphaTauri’s Formula 1 efforts.

F1 announces scholarship and internship plan to improve diversity British GP
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F1 announces scholarship and internship plan to improve diversity

Formula 1 has unveiled its plans for a new scholarship, internship and apprenticeship programme focusing on underrepresented groups in a push to improve diversity throughout the industry.

Russell: "Nothing will be announced" about my F1 future at Silverstone British GP
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Russell: "Nothing will be announced" about my F1 future at Silverstone

George Russell has claimed that "nothing will be announced" about his Formula 1 future over this weekend's British Grand Prix amid continued links to a Mercedes drive for 2022.

Marko: Red Bull F1 move for Russell "worth considering"
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Marko: Red Bull F1 move for Russell "worth considering"

Helmut Marko says a move by Red Bull for George Russell is "worth considering" should he miss out on a Mercedes Formula 1 seat, but "can't imagine" it happening.

Mazepin: Technical side of F1 "a lot more complex" than expected

Nikita Mazepin says he is finding the technical side of Formula 1 "a lot more complex" than expected as he struggles with set-up and a heavy Haas chassis.

Review: How story mode makes F1 2021 Codemasters’ best game yet

Formula 1 fans will get the chance to hit the track themselves - virtually, at least - with this year’s cars as F1 2021 hits the shelves this Friday (16 July).

FIA will treat F1 sprint race same as normal GP, says Masi British GP
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FIA will treat F1 sprint race same as normal GP, says Masi

The FIA will use its rulebook for Formula 1’s sprint races in exactly the same way it would for a normal grand prix, according to race director Michael Masi.

Russell: Hamilton gets better with age "like a fine wine"

George Russell felt “really pleased” to see Lewis Hamilton sign a new Formula 1 contract with Mercedes, comparing him to “a fine wine” that “keeps getting better with age”.

Russell "not sure" if Silverstone F1 sprint race will be good for Williams British GP
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Russell "not sure" if Silverstone F1 sprint race will be good for Williams

George Russell is uncertain that the inaugural Formula 1 sprint race at Silverstone next weekend will play to Williams’ advantage, but hopes the new format could still provide an “opportunity”.

Alonso doubts Williams will now be a regular F1 threat to Alpine

Fernando Alonso doubts that Williams will now become a regular threat to Alpine in Formula 1 despite his battles with George Russell over the two Austria race weekends.

Hamilton predicts Silverstone F1 sprint race will be "a train" British GP
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Hamilton predicts Silverstone F1 sprint race will be "a train"

Lewis Hamilton says he has “not particularly” high hopes for Formula 1’s first sprint race at Silverstone next weekend, predicting it will be “a train”.

Wolff: "Against all odds" F1 title fight to make Mercedes stronger

Toto Wolff says Mercedes’ current fight “against all odds” with Red Bull in the Formula 1 title battle will only serve to make the team stronger in the long run.

Hamilton: Fight against Verstappen ‘reinvigorating’ love for F1
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Hamilton: Fight against Verstappen ‘reinvigorating’ love for F1

Lewis Hamilton says the fight against Max Verstappen and Red Bull this year has been “reinvigorating the love” he has for Formula 1, bringing him closer to his Mercedes team.

Verstappen: Red Bull must ensure F1 car is not only dominant in Austria Austrian GP
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Verstappen: Red Bull must ensure F1 car is not only dominant in Austria

Max Verstappen says Red Bull must work to ensure its car is not dominant at just one track as he looks to extend his Formula 1 championship lead at Silverstone.

Ocon wants to change ‘maximum’ number of Alpine F1 parts for British GP

Esteban Ocon wants to change the “maximum possible” number of parts on his Alpine Formula 1 car before Silverstone in a bid to solve his recent struggle for form.

Alonso felt "stupid" sticking to Turn 1 track limits in Austria

Fernando Alonso felt “a little bit stupid” sticking to track limits at Turn 1 in Sunday’s Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix, believing he lost places due to drivers running wide.

Montoya: ‘Crazy’ to penalise F1 drivers for defending outside moves Austrian GP
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Montoya: ‘Crazy’ to penalise F1 drivers for defending outside moves

Juan Pablo Montoya believes it is “crazy” to penalise Formula 1 drivers for defending moves from around the outside after three incidents in Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix.

Vettel puts last lap F1 crash with Raikkonen down to ‘misunderstanding’ Austrian GP
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Vettel puts last lap F1 crash with Raikkonen down to ‘misunderstanding’

Sebastian Vettel called his last lap crash with Kimi Raikkonen in the Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix a “misunderstanding”, but felt Aston Martin lacked the pace for points anyway.

Shovlin: Mercedes F1 became ‘makers of our own issues’ in Austria Austrian GP
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Shovlin: Mercedes F1 became ‘makers of our own issues’ in Austria

Mercedes became “the makers of our own issues” in Austria after a poor qualifying display ended any real chance of challenging Formula 1 championship leader Max Verstappen, says Andrew Shovlin.

Alonso felt ‘sad’ taking final F1 point off Russell in Austria Austrian GP
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Alonso felt ‘sad’ taking final F1 point off Russell in Austria

Fernando Alonso felt “a little bit sad” that the battle to score the final point on offer in Sunday’s Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix had to be with George Russell.

10 things we learned from F1's 2021 Austrian GP

Formula 1's second race at the Red Bull Ring resulted in a depressingly familiar outcome for Mercedes as Max Verstappen romped to another victory at the Austrian Grand Prix. We discuss the major talking points from the weekend as F1's biggest name committed his future and penalties caused outcry

Kerb damage cost Hamilton around 30 points in downforce Austrian GP
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Kerb damage cost Hamilton around 30 points in downforce

Toto Wolff has revealed that the damage sustained to Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes Formula 1 car cost around 30 points in downforce, causing his fall to fourth place.