Heading into the Monaco Grand Prix, the FIA have updated how many engine components each driver has used. Who is closest to a grid penalty?
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Red Bull team principal Christian Horner felt his team should have taken 'a lot more points' from Mercedes in Imola.
Nicholas Latifi felt the wet conditions in Imola made it the most "dangerous half a lap" he has ever driven, prior to his crash.
Max Verstappen was "very happy" with his win at Imola, but dismissed the idea his car was dominant during the race.
Sir Lewis Hamilton said he was grateful to just finish the race and finish P2 following his "first mistake in a while" in Imola.
George Russell was pleased to make it into Q2 at Imola after being “off the pace” during the practice sessions.
Sergio Perez feels he should be sat in pole position in Imola on Sunday afternoon, but a mistake during his best lap let him down.
Lewis Hamilton was surprised to finish above both Red Bulls during Imola qualifying, as he took the 99th pole position of his F1 career.
Nico Rosberg says it is 'very important' for Sebastian Vettel to turn his fortunes around, calling his mistakes 'atypical' for a champion.
Williams are not willing to sacrifice their 2022 car in order to try and push further up the grid this season, according to CEO Jost Capito.
More details of the new post-race checks have been revealed, with the FIA saying it is "good practice" and they are not done out of suspicion.