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Haas have conceded defeat in the battle for fourth in this year’s standings, but Guenther Steiner says P5 is not bad afor a team that’s only in their third year.
Nico Hulkenberg admitted that his Turn 13 crash during the second practice session in Brazil was “frustrating”.
Friday saw five important men speak to the media, as the team principals press conference took place in between practice sessions in Brazil.
The war of words between Renault and Red Bull has continued ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix weekend.
Daniel Ricciardo didn’t try to hide his frustration as he suffered yet another DNF in Mexico with Mark Webber worried about how that bodes for his future with Renault.
Carlos Sainz says he bears no grudges toward Renault after they opted to sign Daniel Ricciardo, leaving him searching for a “plan B” for 2019.
The FIA have upheld their decision to disqualify Haas’ Romain Grosjean from the Italian Grand Prix.
Nico Hulkenberg has admitted that qualifying in P7 in Mexico City is as good as it can get for the Renault team.
Nico Hulkenberg says he doesn’t feel sorry for Haas or Force India after both teams had one car disqualified from the United States GP.
Carlos Sainz believes that Renault will struggle to stay in the top five after a “misleading” Friday practice in Mexico.
Conceding he wishes he already had one title to his name, Daniel Ricciardo reckons Renault can “realistically” fight for the crown in 2021.
Both Force India and Haas are annoyed at the leniency of the five-second penalty given to Carlos Sainz in the United States GP.
Red Bull will not let Daniel Ricciardo drive for his new team Renault in the Pirelli tyre test after the Abu Dhabi GP.
Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul has said he is “worried” about the financial resources Red Bull and Honda have at their disposal.
Carlos Sainz would like to see Formula 1 return to single lap qualifying, at least for the proposed Q4, saying it would up the pressure for the drivers.
Nico Hulkenberg fears Renault face a tough end to this season as they do not possess a “sharp weapon” with which to fight.
Renault F1’s managing director Cyril Abiteboul has warned Formula 1 that “untenable” rising engine costs could see one of the four manufacturers drop out of the sport.
Max Verstappen is lashing out at Renault because he has been “abandoned” by Red Bull; that’s according to Renault tech chief Bob Bell.
Losing ground out on track and in the points led to Renault “desperate” protest against Haas, says Guenther Steiner.
Ex-Formula 1 driver Mark Webber has said he has “concerns” about Daniel Ricciardo’s imminent move to Renault.
Renault believe that they have become “collateral damage” in the engine race between Ferrari and Mercedes this season.
Carlos Sainz believes Renault’s recent troubles are all down to their power unit, which is not where they want it to be.
Formula 2 racers Jack Aitken and Artem Markelov will carry out a tyre test for Pirelli this week, driving the Renault RS18 at Suzuka.
Despite crashing late in the final practice session of the weekend, Nico Hulkenberg was surprised to see himself drop out of qualifying at the first hurdle.
Cyril Abiteboul has said he does not want to see the Red Bull-Renault parternship end on a low note.
Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul has said Red Bull’s hardball stance on Carlos Sainz made it easier for them to then sign Daniel Ricciardo for 2019 and beyond.
Haas have “two chances” to take fourth place off Renault in the Constructors’ standings, one on the track and one in the courts.
Toro Rosso team boss Franz Tost believes that the Honda power unit has moved ahead of Renault in the engine stakes.
Carlos Sainz has blamed a lap 1 clashed with Sergey Sirotkin for his lack of points in Russia, saying the Williams driver “broke” his car.
Although Nico Hulkenberg admits Renault’s decision not to run in Q2 at the Sochi Autodrom made for a “boring” afternoon, he feels it was a right call.