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Performance, reliability, mentality and strategy are just some of the things Ferrari need to improve next season if they are to beat Mercedes, according to Mattia Binotto.
Claire Williams admits that 25 races a season will make it “incredibly difficult” for those involved in F1 to maintain a great work-life balance.
Formula 1 has announced plans to have all Grands Prix to use sustainable products by 2025 and to have a net-zero carbon footprint by 2030.
Lewis Hamilton may not be the “best” driver according to Emerson Fittipaldi, but he is a “very important ambassador” for the sport.
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff says if any team had breached the FIA’s fuel flow regulations that would have been “foul play”.
While there have been moments Claire Williams has thought of quitting, she says she doesn’t want to be accused of being the person who brought Williams to the ground.
Sebastian Vettel believes Charles Leclerc has done a “very good job in qualifying” this season with his new Ferrari team-mate winning the head-to-head.
We will bring you all the confirmed drivers as the F1 2020 line-up takes shape with official announcements made throughout the 2019 campaign.
Renault non-executive director Alain Prost concedes they “are still not in a very stable situation”, but is upbeat for the future after a “tough season”.
Red Bull’s competitiveness at recent grands prix show that they have plenty to be upbeat about ahead of the 2020 season, according to team boss Christian Horner.
With Red Bull and Ferrari battling Mercedes at different stages of this campaign, Christian Horner says 2020 could yet deliver the “closest” fight seen in years.
Nico Hulkenberg with a smile called Charles Leclerc a “lucky b*stard” considering how their junior careers were so similar, yet in F1 so different.