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Jolyon Palmer says there is still time to show Renault that he deserves a place on next year’s grid.
Lewis Hamilton looks set to take an engine penalty at the Italian Grand Prix, rather than at this weekend’s race in Belgium.
As Renault race to re-enter the points, team principal Fred Vasseur reckons it is the “smaller details” that they need to focus on.
Although Fernando Alonso is adamant his Formula 1 career is far from over, he has reiterated that he may walk away after 2017 if he is not excited by the new rules.
Instead of criticising Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull for taking part in 2017 tyre tests, Paul Hembery says their rivals should be grateful that they are taking on the responsibility.
Chasing the title of ‘est of the rest, Bob Fernley says Force India need “another £200million” in order to take the “next step.”
No matter how much the teams and drivers try to prepare for the Belgian Grand Prix, Romain Grosjean says no one can prepare for the unpredictable weather.
Two years after stating that Williams are better off prioritising development over a star driver, Pat Symonds says the team is now ready for the latter.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner has welcomed Formula 1’s decision to adopt a liberal approach to the radio communication ban.
Felipe Nasr says that while Sauber is on his “priority list”, he is still open to looking at other options for the 2017 season.
Jost Capito could officially join McLaren in the coming weeks, or even days, after announcing that this weekend’s Rally Germany would be his last event with VW.
Toro Rosso could be in for a bumper season in 2017 with Carlos Sainz saying third may be possible given the new rules and their return to Renault power.