Valtteri Bottas made the switch from Mercedes to Alfa Romeo this season and appears to be relishing his new role.
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Carlos Sainz praised Red Bull for the team's ability to do everything "perfectly."
Toto Wolff has often been the biggest opponent to an 11th team but has conceded some ground.
Fernando Alonso will arrive at Aston Martin with a bang according to a former Formula 1 driver.
Nikita Mazepin has been out of the sport since his contract with Haas was terminated nine days after Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Esteban Ocon believes only Lewis Hamilton can claim to have done better than him as Fernando Alonso's team-mate.
Zak Brown has pointed out that two World Champions would not be allowed into the sport under today's rules.
Alpine believe they "were the one who got the burn for everyone else".
Nyck de Vries has also said he is open to other offers if it means an F1 seat.
The CEO of the grand prix said the area will be targeted at a younger generation and will have a watch-party feel.
David Coulthard has leapt to the defence of Mattia Binotto by reminding everyone he is not the one in the car.
Nicholas Latifi became the inadvertent star of the controversy in Abu Dhabu last year.
A number of members of the McLaren garage were reportedly given €1,500 in cash by Fernando Alonso's trainer.
Colton Herta's move to AlphaTauri looks off after Red Bull could not get the FIA to change their decision.
Gary Gannon has been the race engineer for three of the four drivers ever to have a permanent Haas seat.
Christian Horner said he does not know where the lighter chassis reports are even coming from.
Alpine's loss of Oscar Piastri to McLaren was the big story of the summer.
Alexander Rossi said that motorsport is the most high profile sport in the world where money can outweigh talent.
The Audi operation is ramping up as the team prepare for their 2026 entry.
Esteban Ocon leads Fernando Alonso by seven points in this year's Drivers' standings.
Mick Schumacher has struggled for results since scoring points back-to-back at Silverstone and then Austria.
Nyck de Vries impressed as he scored points in his very first F1 outing.
Lando Norris says he wants to start winning races after a difficult season for McLaren.
Nine drivers were handed a penalty for the Italian Grand Prix but Toto Wolff believes that is a necessary evil for now.
21 drivers took part in Lewis Hamilton's first race, but can you name them?
Nyck de Vries comfortably beat Nicholas Latifi despite spending Friday in another team's car.
The McLaren boss said that teams could not find a solution that pleased everyone.
Mika Hakkinen found it interesting to read the public comments from the Ferrari chairman.
The two drivers will run the McLaren as part of a three-day test at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
A P2 finish is on but Mercedes have their eyes on a bigger prize.