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Sergio Perez concedes SportPesa Racing Point need to resolve their “balance and load” issues if they want to challenge for best of the rest this season.
Bagging Renault’s first double points-haul of this campaign in Canada, Daniel Ricciardo believes they are beginning to show the RS19’s true potential.
Lando Norris believes “small mistakes” could decide this year’s midfield battle with the Brit out on a possible points-finish when his MCL34 caught fire in Canada.
Two-time World Champion Fernando Alonso admits that he has been “bored” with some of the Formula 1 races in 2019.
Williams’ Robert Kubica believes at times he and team-mate George Russell are driving in “two different worlds”.
Charles Leclerc refuses to get caught up in the “political games” at Ferrari as he continues to manage his relationship with Sebastian Vettel.
Haas principal Guenther Steiner says no decisions or even thoughts will be taken on their 2020 driver line-up until the summer break.
Renault principal Cyril Abiteboul has been managing a “communication crisis” with results not matching expectations in 2019.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl believes the 2020 car will be the first indication of how successful the team’s 2018 restructure was.
Ferrari principal Mattia Binotto believes the team need “two or three upgrades” to get anywhere near Mercedes in 2019.