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Robbed of a first grand prix victory in Bahrain, Charles Leclerc insists bagging his first win is “not an obsession” but he is working hard to achieve it.
Sebastian Vettel is convinced he can still win this year’s World title, rubbishing suggestions that if he doesn’t take the victory this weekend in Baku it will all be over.
Lando Norris would only give himself a “six out of 10” for his F1 season to date as he reckons there were times it was “possible to do a better overall job.”
Kimi Raikkonen has declared F1 his “hobby” but team boss Frederic Vasseur says there’s no sign of that when he’s in the car.
Kevin Magnussen, Lance Stroll, Nico Hulkenberg and Antonio Giovinazzi faced the media in Azerbaijan on Thursday.
Ahead of Honda’s Baku upgrade, Christian Horner says he hopes Red Bull can close the gap to Mercedes and Ferrari by the midseason.
The Baku City Circuit has become a jewel of the Formula 1 calendar, and here are the five best moments from 2018.
The drivers’ misery may be the headline story but Robert Kubica feels everybody working at Williams is a “victim.”
Formula 1’s new aerodynamic regulations may make it a little easier to follow the car ahead, however, Valtteri Bottas says whoever is leading still has “control.”
Formula 1’s plans to host a grand prix in downtown Miami have been scrapped in favour of an event held next to the the Hard Rock Stadium, home of the Miami Dolphins NFL team.
Antonio Giovinazzi is reportedly facing a 10-place grid penalty at the Azerbaijan GP with Alfa Romeo expected to put new control electronics in his C38.
Although Mercedes head to Azerbaijan on the back of a hat-trick of 1-2 results, Toto Wolff knows too well how easy those can be lost – it happened last year in Baku.