Articles by Henry Valantine
Former Mercedes motorsport boss Norbert Haug revealed that "secret negotiations" took place to bring Michael Schumacher to McLaren in 1999, which would have seen him partner Mika Hakkinen at the team.
Toto Wolff has said Lewis Hamilton believes George Russell to be an 'interesting candidate' for the second Mercedes seat next season.
Damon Hill has said Red Bull's car, combined with Max Verstappen's talent and maturity, has made him "formidable" for a driver of his age.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has said they are placing their efforts into improving as a unit, rather than prioritising the battle for P3 in the Constructors' Championship against McLaren.
Christian Horner said penalties were applied too liberally to drivers in the Austrian Grand Prix, and that F1 should avoid going down the path of penalising drivers for slight infringements or racing incidents.
Mercedes' trackside engineering director Andrew Shovlin says the team were “not pleased with the result” in Austria and were "makers of our own issues".
Fernando Alonso has said Lewis Hamilton was not the cause of his issues at McLaren in the infamous 2007 season, but the team were not helping his cause.
Carlos Sainz admitted that getting his Ferrari ahead of McLaren's Lando Norris in the Austrian Grand Prix will be "almost impossible" on Sunday.
Christian Horner has revealed Red Bull "had no choice" but to develop their own engines, but Ferrari were the "most willing" of the existing providers to sell them power units.
Mika Hakkinen has warned the title battle could get away from Mercedes in the upcoming races, without solutions to catch Red Bull.
Several teams have voiced their concerns about clutch use heading into the first running of sprint qualifying at Silverstone - with the possibility of needing to skip practice as a result.
Jolyon Palmer spoke of his shock that Charles Leclerc avoided punishment for his clash with Pierre Gasly on the first lap of the Styrian Grand Prix.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto said Mercedes' recent staff losses and Lewis Hamilton's contract situation have hurt the team's progress.
Fernando Alonso believes the rule whereby the top 10 runners start on their Q2 tyres, skews the balance unfairly towards the faster teams.
Aston Martin sponsor BWT want to bring a pink colour scheme back to the car, because it "doesn't stand out on TV" and the car's "recognition would be higher".