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Mercedes boss Toto Wolff fears the Brexit crisis could work as an advantage for Ferrari with them based on the continent and within the EU.
Williams have provided an update on their pre-season testing woes and are set to miss even more track time.
Charles Leclerc’s first morning in the SF90 went exactly to plan as the Monaco driver not only topped the timesheet but was one of the busiest drivers on Tuesday.
Williams may be missing two days of testing, however, George Russell belives it won’t “compromise” the team too much.
Alexander Albon has been absolved of all blame after he spun out on the very first lap of his Formula 1 career.
Formula 1 is set to race standard gearboxes from 2021 onward with the FIA issuing an invitation to tender.
1997 World Champion Jacques Villeneuve thinks things could get messy at Ferrari between Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc.
Such is the difference with this year’s new wider rear wing that Nico Hulkenberg has likened it to “pulling a parachute” down the straight.
Kimi Raikkonen believes Alfa Romeo have made a “big step” with their new C38, which he spun and then drove without any further issues in Spain on Monday.
One of several drivers to suffer a spin in the cold in Spain, Romain Grosjean has questioned F1’s decision to drop the temperature of the rear tyre blankets.
Having watched Max Verstappen put in the first laps in the RB15, Christian Horner is full of praise for the team’s new engine partner, Honda.
Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas have both offered their first thoughts of driving the W10 in Barcelona.