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Red Bull’s Max Verstappen believes it would be “good” for Formula 1 to ban engine “qualifying modes”, but doesn’t think they alone are behind Mercedes’ pace.
Sebastian Vettel has denied speculation that Ferrari is favouring Charles Leclerc, saying “at the moment” they are receiving equal treatment.
Sergio Perez has hit out at “bull****” and “disrespectful” reports that he visited sponsors when he returned to Mexico after the Hungarian GP.
“Party mode” could be the next Mercedes weapon to disappear with FIA considering banning ‘qualifying mode’ engine settings.
Lewis Hamilton has taken a dig at the FIA’s plans to ban “qualifying modes”, claiming they’re always trying to “slow” Mercedes down.
Carlos Sainz says there is still a “question mark” surrounding cooling issues which plagued the Spaniard at the 70th Anniversary GP.
Charles Leclerc says the possible ban on “qualifying modes” can “only be positive” for Ferrari, but he is unsure of any benefits.
Sebastian Vettel has firmly denied the idea that tension is growing between himself and Ferrari after a difficult start to the season.
Daniel Ricciardo will have another opportunity to score his first Renault podium at the Spanish GP and force Cyril Abiteboul to get a tattoo.
Kimi Raikkonen has said there is “no easy fix” for Alfa Romeo’s struggles this year and any solutions will take “time”.