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Max Verstappen would welcome permanent stewards in Formula 1, saying the sport needs to head in that direction.
While many of their bigger rivals are complaining about the 2021 engine parameters, Haas team boss Guenther Steiner says they are on the right track.
Eric Boullier believes the difference between a solid points-scoring result in Brazil and a point-less afternoon could come down to taking a gamble or two that pay off.
Having secured fourth place in the Constructors’ Championship, Force India have more “freedom” to take risks in the final two grands prix of this season.
Felipe Massa says he has “no regrets” as he again bids farewell to Formula 1, revealing that he will continue racing but in another series.
Formula 1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton avoided paying taxes on his £16.5m private jet, according to documents that form part of the Paradise Papers leak.
Although Red Bull are finishing this year’s championship on a high note, Max Verstappen remains cautious about their chances come next season.
Liberty Media shouldn’t take Ferrari’s latest threat to quit Formula 1 as nothing more than bluster, so says former F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone.
Max Verstappen made a name for himself as a driver who thrives in wet conditions as he charged through the field to take P3 at last year’s Brazilian Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne believe there is a “good chance” of McLaren scoring points in Brazil, they just need to start where they qualify.