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Kevin Magnussen has said Haas are a “much more stable” team than McLaren and that has helped him get back to a “good level”.
Formula 1 motorsport boss Ross Brawn is encouraged by Honda’s rate of progression as they prepare to supply Red Bull with engines from 2019.
David Coulthard believes Williams have become numb to the pain of failure in Formula 1 and need to rediscover their passion.
Formula 1 chief executive Chase Carey has said the drop in TV viewing figures is not due to a lack of interest in the sport.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has a “good feeling” that the Silver Arrows are becoming “more competitive” running in hot temperatures.
Fernando Alonso has posted on Twitter suggesting he has some news for everyone on August 14.
Lance Stroll has said his struggles with Williams this season are all part of the “love-hate relationship” that exists in Formula 1.
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Renault’s chassis technical director, Nick Chester, has admitted that his team were surprised by the improvements Ferrari made with their engine in the first half of the 2018 season.
Carlos Sainz has admitted that “situations on Sundays” have seen the Spaniard miss out on points.
Daniel Ricciardo has admitted that he would prefer a grand prix weekend without practice sessions in future, comparing it to “nonsense” laps.
Sergey Sirotkin has admitted that Sauber are out of reach in this year’s Constructors’ Championship for the struggling Williams outfit.