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Haas team boss Guenther Steiner is not a fan of Toto Wolff’s idea of adding a third car to each team on the grid.
Charles Leclerc has said he will not start demanding things “like a king” when he joins Ferrari in 2019.
Steve Robertson, long-time manager of Kimi Raikkonen, has said retirement was never an option for the Finn who “just loves driving”.
Max Verstappen firmly believes that Red Bull have the best car on the grid and hopes Honda can keep building the momentum from next season.
Valtteri Bottas “needs some good results now” as he looks to boost his confidence at Mercedes.
Red Bull’s demo runs are amongst the very best in the business, but how do they maintain optimum performance with the cars?
Adrian Newey says Sebastian Vettel’s “stupid mistakes” could cost him this year’s World title as it will be “damn hard” to beat Lewis Hamilton unless the Brit suffers a DNF.
Max Verstappen has casted doubt on Fernando Alonso’s claims that he was approached by Red Bull for the 2019 season.
Dropped by McLaren are two disappointing seasons with the team, Stoffel Vandoorne is hoping that a “fresh start” will see him return to form.
Lewis Hamilton has said he is “keeping the pressure” on the Mercedes team to roll-out 2019 upgrades quicker than planned.
Toro Rosso are open to playing the waiting game over which driver completes their driver line-up for 2019.
Formula 1’s smaller outfits will never agree to three-car teams as they could be left fighting over 10th place; that’s according to Charlie Whiting.