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Renault principal Cyril Abiteboul believes the Sebastian Vettel incident can’t be overlooked if there is a need for rule talks in the sport.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner believes things “can’t get any worse” for the team this season.
Mercedes principal Toto Wolff believes stability is the answer for creating a more competitive Formula 1, not regular rule changes.
It took a little while, but Toro Rosso driver Alex Albon says he is adapting nicely to the “F1 circus”.
Lewis Hamilton admits that Ferrari have a power mode available which is out of Mercedes’ reach.
Max Verstappen believes Formula 1 is in gridlock because of politics and individual interest – it requires a dictator of sorts.
McLaren’s Carlos Sainz has warned Formula 1 bosses that the midfield will not wait forever for them to make Formula 1 less predictable.
From 2020 practice sessions will carry points for drivers to gain their ‘superlicence’, according to a report from Autosport.
Emanuele Pirro, one of the stewards that made the call to penalise Sebastian Vettel in Canada, is “hurt” by the criticism levelled at him by the likes of Mario Andretti and Nigel Mansell.
Toto Wolff has warned Ferrari that should they opt to review Sebastian Vettel’s Canadian GP penalty, they could in fact incur “more punishment” for the German.
The person most allowed to feel aggrieved by Sebastian Vettel’s Canadian GP penalty is Valtteri Bottas.
Romain Grosjean reckons if F1 wants tired drivers, they need to have cars and tyres that allow them to push 100% – and that can only be done through refuelling.