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Marcus Ericsson is hoping Charles Leclerc performs well at Ferrari because it would “reflect good on him”.
Former McLaren mechanic Marc Priestley claims very few even knew who Lewis Hamilton was when he debuted with the British team in 2007.
Valtteri Bottas is back reporting for duty with Mercedes and is optimistic about the season ahead.
Sergio Perez has warned former teammate Esteban Ocon that it’s “a risky move” as he prepares to sit out the 2019 season.
Niki Lauda is back recovering at home after being hospitalised with influenza over the festive period.
Jacques Villeneuve has said Esteban Ocon’s ties to Mercedes have prevented him from staying on the Formula 1 grid.
Lewis Hamilton’s next Formula 1 contract will be with the “Manchester United” of Formula 1, Ferrari, that’s according to pundit Tony Jardine.
Although George Russell has yet to make his official F1 debut, Toto Wolff is already billing the Formula 2 champ as a “star in the future.”
Esteban Ocon says he will give up on his dream of becoming a F1 World Champion and switch his focus to another series if he doesn’t land a 2020 drive.
Pascal Wehrlein has confirmed he is in talks with Ferrari over a development role, but no deal has been signed just yet.
The season has not even started yet and it already feels like the writing is on the wall for poor Valtteri Bottas.
Lewis Hamilton turned 34 on Monday, but what does the master of Hammertime have left to accomplish, with five World Championships to his name?
2016 Formula 1 World Champion Nico Rosberg believes Vettel is more devoted to his craft than former Mercedes teammate Hamilton.
Valtteri Bottas has suffered an untimely blow after losing his main sponsor ahead of the 2019 season.
Ex-Force India driver Esteban Ocon believes the rebranded Racing Point team can close the “massive” gap to the top three.
Should Lewis Hamilton walk away from F1 and find himself missing the sport, he can always wave the chequered flag after being taught how by Will Smith.
Pascal Wehrlein, formerly on the books at Mercedes, will join Ferrari as a development driver for the 2019 season.
Mercedes team principal, Toto Wolff, is wary about the possibility of losing fans as they continue to dominate Formula 1.
Mercedes non-executive chairman Niki Lauda is back in intensive care after being diagnosed with flu over the Christmas period.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has said Valtteri Bottas need to perform at the same level as Lewis Hamilton in order to have a chance of staying with the team.
Lewis Hamilton is hoping to avoid a repeat of his tainted 2018 Russian Grand Prix victory where team orders allowed him to win.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff believes Michael Schumacher played a huge part in their current Formula 1 dominance.
Daniel Ricciardo believes Mercedes may have been playing games with him, hence why he signed for Renault from 2019 rather than the Silver Arrows.
Niki Lauda has confirmed his recovery is going well after undergoing a lung transplant in August.
Michael Schumacher’s former manager Willi Weber claims he begged the seven-time Formula One World Champion not to return in 2010.
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff has admitted that the decision to swap their drivers around in Russia to give Lewis Hamilton the win was heartbreaking.
Esteban Ocon has admitted that his improvement in qualifying in 2018 was important, as Mercedes wanted to see him making gains in that area.
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff has denied that the Silver Arrows have made an offer to current Ferrari technical director Mattia Binotto.
Toto Wolff has admitted that Niki Lauda will “definitely” return in 2019, and that he is “looking forward” to it.
Stoffel Vandoorne might well be axed for 2019 by McLaren, but after earning a simulator role with Mercedes, the Belgian is excited for the season ahead.