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Nico Hulkenberg has said that it is an achievement that he has “survived” the pay driver era in Formula 1 for almost a decade.
Haas team boss Guenther Steiner has admitted that the team has moved towards developing their 2019 car, saying there is “no point” in continuing this year’s development.
Jack Aitken is leaving it down to Renault to decide where he races in 2019, whether it be remaining in F2, or moving up to F1.
Jenson Button has had his say on his former team-mate, and believes that Fernando Alonso has “made the right decision” in leaving Formula 1.
In the final part of our driver reviews, we assess the performances of those at the head of the Formula 1 table: Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull.
Jean-Eric Vergne has said he has been approached by a team about potentially returning to the Formula 1 grid in 2019.
Brendon Hartley had said that he will hold his head up high if his F1 career was over after the end of the 2018 season.
Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul has called for engines to become standardised in order to eliminate all speculation of cheating in Formula 1.
Haas development driver Santino Ferrucci, who was banned for four races in F2 this season, has secured a drive in IndyCar.
Robert Kubica has said he has adapted the way he drives to compensate for the limitations in his right arm and hand.
Fernando Alonso has said that he wants time to think about his next career move and it won’t be until at least October before he decides.
Kimi Raikkonen has said he is struggling to understand Nico Rosberg’s retirement now that he is back as a TV pundit.