Hans-Joachim Stuck has dubbed the ending to the Australian GP as a "circus"...
Australian Grand Prix
Aston Martin's Mike Krack knows Fernando Alonso needed some luck, but said the Melbourne podium was not "stolen" from anyone...
A chain of events caused an unexpected loss of grip for Williams driver Alex Albon as he spun out at Albert Park...
"You can't ask the drivers to slow down if you give them another chance like that. I'm sorry, but that's a bad joke."
Sergio Perez had a nightmare Saturday in Melbourne and blamed the car, but Christian Horner has downplayed that.
Max Verstappen played it safe while Lewis Hamilton went for the aggressive pass and Ted Kravitz wants to see more of that.
"I think that they will say that anytime a car is on track, they have the right to impose a penalty."
Toto Wolff was convinced Mercedes' strategy had put George Russell on the path to victory at the Australian GP.
Logan Sargeant has apologised to fellow F1 2023 rookie Nyck de Vries after a messy end to their Australian Grand Prix.
Red Bull engineers reportedly denied there was a problem with Sergio Perez's RB19 in Aus GP qualifying.
All that was left for Nico Hulkenberg to do for his first Haas points was leave the grid and cross the line, but it almost didn't happen.
After controversial calls in 2021, Jean Alesi feels F1 fans have become the "absolute protagonist" in the debate.
"It's like they're so nervous of making a wrong decision, they're just taking the overcautious decision every time."
"As for trying to blame one or the other I don't think it's the right thing to do."
"What's Michael Masi doing in the paddock?" asked Ted Kravitz.
George Russell says Red Bull aren't showing their true pace in order to fly under the FIA's radar.
Valtteri Bottas should be worried as his pace in Australia was "not acceptable" says Ossi Oikarinen.
“It was a frustrating finish, even though we cashed in well on it."
Carlos Sainz got a five-second penalty for spinning Fernando Alonso but Logan Sargeant hitting Nyck de Vries was ignored.
In Abu Dhabi 2021 Red Bull wanted a motor race but in Australian 2023 they wanted a Safety Car finish.