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Romain Grosjean’s Friday running at Silverstone is over with news that he’ll miss FP2 as he requires a new chassis.
While Kimi Raikkonen accepts there may come a time when team orders are in play at Ferrari, he says that point has not yet arrived.
Kevin Magnussen is once again failing to make friends in the pit lane, this time upsetting Fernando Alonso in practice; Max Verstappen crashes out in FP2.
Zak Brown has conceded that it is “going to take some time to fix” the problems that have contributed to the years of McLaren misery in Formula 1.
Valtteri Bottas is running his third and final penalty-free engine at Silverstone this weekend after Mercedes opted for a “precautionary” engine change.
Renault will introduce a minor modification to their turbos at this weekend’s British GP as they loo to improve reliability.
Although Daniel Ricciardo says Red Bull will win races this season, he does “not think” they have the pace to be genuine title contenders.
Sebastian Vettel is concerned that Silverstone’s new DRS zone could play into the hands of F1’s bigger teams, splitting the grid even more.
Fernando Alonso has rubbished suggestions that he had any say in Eric Boullier’s exit, adamant he “just drives” the cars.
The championship lead has changed hands thrice in three races and there’s every indication that it will do so again at Silverstone, unless of course Mercedes botch another one.