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Williams Formula 1 driver Robert Kubica says he currently has "no race pace" after another difficult day in Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix.
Kevin Magnussen believes Sebastian Vettel and the Renault drivers "did the right thing" in passing Max Verstappen in the dying seconds of qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix.
Carlos Sainz says his clash with Max Verstappen saved him from a "more dramatic" day in the Bahrain Grand Prix, as he believes a gearbox problem would have cost him a points finish anyway.
Carlos Sainz says it was "unthinkable" for his McLaren Formula 1 team to qualify so close to the front after finishing seventh in qualifying for the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso says the Dakar Rally-winning Toyota Hilux he's sampling in South Africa this week "takes more abuse" than the machines he's normally used to racing.
The packaging of Toro Rosso's STR14 with the Honda engine is the "most complex" the Faenza squad has ever undertaken, according to technical director Jody Egginton.
Formula 1 teams will need to carry "a lot more" spare front wings in 2019 as a result of the regulation changes introduced this year, according to Racing Point technical director Andrew Green.
Lewis Hamilton has warned Mercedes must not be pushed "over the edge" by Formula 1 rival Ferrari's theoretical advantage at the start of the season.
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Formula 1 tyre supplier Pirelli has revealed the teams' compound choices for the opening race of the season, the Australian Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso says he would "feel bad" robbing one of McLaren's regular Formula 1 drivers of track time in pre-season testing in Barcelona.
Fernando Alonso could be one of the drivers the McLaren team considers using as a reserve for the 2019 Formula 1 season.
Pierre Gasly believes Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen is the "perfect reference" to have in his first season with a top Formula 1 team.
Sergio Perez says Racing Point's promising future in Formula 1 was one of the decisive factors in him ruling out a move to rival McLaren.
Romain Grosjean believes the Haas Formula 1 team will have no room for mistakes in 2019 after it "changed league" and moved to the top of the midfield last year.