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Ross Brawn has applauded Lewis Hamilton’s commitment to helping shape the sport’s future after the Mercedes driver stated that FIA and Liberty Media need the drivers’ input.
Lando Norris could do nothing but try to “survive” in the closing laps of the French GP due to a hydraulic failure.
FIA race director Michael Masi says Sunday’s quick start with the lights at the French Grand Prix was “certainly within the tolerances” of the regulations.
With Paul Ricard delivering the more boring race of this season to date, Toto Wolff says organisers need to remove the Mistral Chicane to allow for more slipstreaming.
The Silver Arrows will soon be swimming in a sea of records, F1’s stewards shoot themselves in the foot again, and McLaren move forward.
Lewis Hamilton was in a class of his own in France, while Red Bull could be in a spot of bother if it was not for Max Verstappen.
Penalties were all the rage at Daniel Ricciardo’s French GP as he earned two but avoided a third while “f***ing” racing Romain Grosjean.
Even Lewis Hamilton concedes people “might not want to hear it”, but he reckons he’s only going to get stronger from here on.
Woefully off the pace in France and failing to score for the second race in a row, Guenther Steiner says the Paul Ricard weekend was Haas’ “worst since we started the team.”
Sergio Perez may be feeling aggrieved by his French GP penalty but FIA race director Michael Masi feels he gained an advantage by cutting the corner and therefore deserved the penalty.
The pressure is once again on Pierre Gasly with Red Bull team boss Christian Horner saying his French GP result was “frustrating”.
After yet another lacklustre race, one in which Toto Wolff is reported to have said Valtteri Bottas “slept” through, the Finn insists he can still beat Lewis Hamilton.