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Pirelli says it is now in a position to nominate the 2020 specification of its Formula 1 tyres following a two-day test in Barcelona.
Fernando Alonso says the planned regulations changes for 2021 would make that year a "good opportunity" for a possible return to Formula 1.
Max Verstappen will start the Italian Grand Prix from the back of the grid after Red Bull's Formula 1 engine supplier Honda confirmed the Dutchman will use a new power unit.
McLaren driver Carlos Sainz believes there is no real benefit from spending as much time sim racing at home as his Formula 1 teammate Lando Norris does.
Haas Formula 1 boss Gunther Steiner believes it would be easier to solve his team's problems if it had a slower car.
Williams Formula 1 driver Robert Kubica believes consistency is the key to being able to unlock more performance on grand prix weekends after a "complicated" first half of 2019.
Haas team boss Gunther Steiner has warned Formula 1 chiefs not to think that "everything is fantastic" in the sport despite having enjoyed four entertaining races in a row.
Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff says the mindset that has helped the team dominate the sport has nothing to do with "tree-hugging" ideas.
Valtteri Bottas says he prefers circuits that "penalise mistakes" following his 25G accident during second practice for the Austrian Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso says his #8 Toyota crew has to "enjoy" to be on the side of good luck after inheriting victory in the Le Mans 24 Hours.
Formula 1's final 2021 car regulations will be "nowhere near" what is expected to be signed off this month, according to Red Bull boss Christian Horner.
Racing Point technical director Andrew Green believes the current Formula 1 engines are "too incredible" and reckons the sport could benefit from a simpler power unit.
The organisers of the Spanish Grand Prix, the RACC, have urged the government to step in and find a solution "urgently" in order to save the Barcelona race.