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Ferrari have announced Charles Leclerc’s engine was “irreparably damaged” in his Hungarian Grand Prix exit – and it could lead to a grid penalty.
Nico Hulkenberg could follow some of his former rivals to IndyCar if he cannot secure an F1 return next year.
Mercedes have admitted they got the Hungarian Grand Prix restart wrong – by not sending out Lewis Hamilton on slick tyres.
Jackie Stewarts fears drivers are taking “liberties”, saying in his days Max Verstappen would have been “killed” in his Brit GP crash.
Valtteri Bottas says he will “take” his Belgian GP grid penalty on the chin as Spa is a track where drivers can pass.
Williams have gone from a “directionless” team with no “optimism they could get themselves out of where they were” to double points-scorers.
Charles Leclerc was unimpressed with Lance Stroll’s “big mistake” in Hungary as trying to go from P12 to fourth was a “bit exaggerated”.
Esteban Ocon took the victory but Fernando Alonso was “100 percent, undoubtedly crucial” for that says Alpine sporting director Alan Permane.
Lewis Hamilton is “doing good” after reporting that he felt dizzy and fatigued after racing to P2 at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Ferrari principal Mattia Binotto made the extreme suggestion that the offending team themselves should pay for the damage their driver causes.