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Nico Hulkenberg says Renault are “pumped” ahead of the new season after a reliable pre-season meant they were able to amass laps and data.
FIA race director Charlie Whiting is not “not overly concerned” about standing restarts despite concerns from some of the drivers.
Esteban Ocon reckons if he can impress the Mercedes bosses this season, there will be “plenty of opportunities” opening up in the future.
Paddy Lowe says it will be “interesting” to see how Lance Stroll develops as a driver this season without Felipe Massa around to pace him.
As part of the F1 broadcasting overhaul, a new theme tune is on the way. Hollywood composer Brian Tyler talks to Mobil 1 The Grid about the process of capturing the sport.
Mercedes are the latest to be impressed by Haas’ showing at pre-season testing and think they could be firmly in the midfield mix.
Formula One Management director Ross Brawn believes Silverstone’s place on the calendar is not under threat and is optimistic a new deal can be agreed.
Ex-Formula 1 driver Mark Webber feels his fellow Aussie Daniel Ricciardo is in a delicate situation with his contract expiring at the end of the season.
Sebastian Vettel has played down his rivalry with Lewis Hamilton, saying it “does not matter” who he is driving against in Formula 1.
Lewis Hamilton believes Red Bull are going into the season opener in Melbourne next week with an upgrade worth between 0.2 seconds and 0.4 seconds.
McLaren have said they are “very unhappy” with Ferrari and the FIA after the Scuderia broke a “gentleman’s agreement” by employing safety director Laurent Mekies.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner has suggested Carlos Sainz could replace Daniel Ricciardo should he leave the team at the end of the season.