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Max Verstappen does not want to race for anyone other than Red Bull in F1 when his current contract ends.
F1's push to new venues will not be at the cost of traditional European races, according to CEO Stefano Domenicali.
Daniel Ricciardo was unable to reach Q3 in Monaco, with the Australian confused and frustrated not to be making progress.
A "very stupid mistake" on his last qualifying run in Monaco left Fernando Alonso apologising to his Alpine team.
The FIA will change the way they display ambient temperatures to avoid the mild panic Max Verstappen and Pierre Gasly endured during the Spanish Grand Prix.
Reports indicate qualifying could be tweaked again, but with the overall format remaining unchanged.
Alfa Romeo boss Fred Vasseur has said other teams have been playing games by lobbying to increase the weight limits.
Ross Brawn has shut down George Russell's claim that sprint qualifying was 'processional' at Imola.
Lando Norris feels that progress against the big guns won't be easy for Sunday's race.
"There was no disagreement at all", insisted Toto Wolff after he was seen in an apparent argument with Lewis Hamilton at Imola.
McLaren’s Andreas Seidl reveals that the progress with their 2022 challenger slowed development due to their ongoing brake cooling issues.
Teams have allowed their drivers to not race at the Saudi Arabia GP this weekend if they feel uncomfortable with the current situation.
The Ferrari boss has received assurances that it is safe to race at Jeddah this weekend.
Martin Brundle thinks the battle between the two Ferrari drivers will be very interesting if they are indeed front runners.
Christian Horner has tipped Ferrari, McLaren and even Alpine, but says Mercedes have more to come.
The Dutch pundit believes that the much lauded technical genius Adrian Newey often receives too much praise.
Franz Tost believes that newer drivers have no idea about the physical work needed to drive and F1 car.
Valtteri Bottas has hailed Lewis Hamilton, calling him a living legend, and warned rivals he will come back stronger.
El Plan? Fight for the title in 100 grands prix.