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Pierre Gasly’s efforts to show more speed at Red Bull are being hindered by his style not totally suiting the team’s 2019 Formula 1 car, says team boss Christian Horner.
Kimi Raikkonen thinks Alfa Romeo can deliver much more this season if it tidies up its execution of race weekends.
Haas believes its 2019 Formula 1 car has a fundamental problem in not getting its tyres working properly at tracks where there are long straights and low-energy corners.
Formula 1 is not heading for a season of utter dominance by Mercedes, reckons the sport’s managing director Ross Brawn, despite the team becoming the first since Williams in 1992 to finish 1-2 in the first three races.
Formula 1 chiefs plan to meet with government officials from six cities in China this week to see if there is potential to add a street circuit race to the calendar.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner thinks his team has got its chassis back on track judging by its pace at the Chinese Grand Prix, as he suggested the team's main deficit is now top speed.
Kimi Raikkonen reckons losing temperature in his front tyres cost him the chance of finishing as best of the rest behind the top three teams in the Chinese Grand Prix.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has admitted that the changes it had to make to its new front wing before practice for the Chinese Grand Prix did have an aerodynamic impact on its car.
Max Verstappen accused his rival drivers of behaving like "wankers", launching a furious radio outburst when he failed to make it across the line to start his final flying lap in qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix.
Alfa Romeo team boss Frederic Vasseur says a mistake in the installation of its Ferrari engine was the cause of Antonio Giovinazzi being forced to miss first free practice for the Chinese Grand Prix.
Robert Kubica says he is encouraged by a "different"-feeling Williams in China this weekend, as the team continues to work on improving its troubled 2019 Formula 1 car.
Formula 1 is celebrating reaching the major milestone of its 1000th world championship race. But will it make it to 2000? And, if it does, just what would the F1 of the future look like?
McLaren has a "lot of margin" for development of its 2019 Formula 1 car because it started work on the design relatively late, reckons Carlos Sainz.
Carlos Sainz believes that the positivity Formula 1 has received on the back of its Netflix series shows why drivers should be allowed to unleash their real personalities more.
Ferrari says there is a "long" to-do list of topics that still need ticking off with Liberty Media over future Formula 1 rules, but it remains optimistic a deal can be reached.