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The FIA is working on an immediate solution to help F1 drivers better see the start lights, after complaints in the Australian Grand Prix about views of the gantry being blocked by the higher 2019 rear wings.
There was talk that Mercedes was in 'crisis' during pre-season testing, as its initial car lacked pace and its drivers expressed concerns. While those fears proved wide of the mark, the negatives became the foundation of its Melbourne fightback
Mercedes thinks a kerb strike, rather than hitting debris, was the cause of Lewis Hamilton’s broken floor in the Australian Grand Prix.
Mercedes will continue its evaluation of Ferrari's different aero concept, despite its success in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff thinks the FIA will find it "impossible" to replace Formula 1 race director Charlie Whiting with a single person, following his shock death ahead of the Australian Grand Prix.
Robert Kubica says he has absolutely no regrets about returning to Formula 1, despite the competitive struggles that his Williams team is facing.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff think Ferrari's struggles in the Australian Grand Prix owed more to it taking a "wrong junction" on set-up rather than its car being inherently slow.
Valtteri Bottas has returned to Formula 1 this year as brilliant as the superstar he was in his junior career, reckons Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff.
Robert Kubica says a pre-race grid panic that he could not see the start lights, plus a mirror falling off his car early in the Australian Grand Prix, added to the dramas of his Formula 1 return.
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Curing a "fundamental" fault that Williams has found on its car would be enough to help it close the gap to the cars ahead, reckons George Russell, but work on it may take several months.
Sebastian Vettel says Ferrari "should be better" than it showed in qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix after rival Mercedes caused a surprise in locking out of the front row.
FIA president Jean Todt says motor racing’s governing body will work closely with Formula 1 teams on how best to replace race director Charlie Whiting over the longer term.
Honda says a late power loss scare for Pierre Gasly was nothing serious, and the Red Bull driver has been given the all clear for tomorrow.
Renault's managing director Cyril Abiteboul has warned that documentaries like the new Netflix Formula 1 series must not put entertainment over the truth and risk damaging the reputation of those involved in the sport.
Alfa Romeo boss Fred Vasseur thinks the top three teams will rapidly pull clear at the front of Formula 1 again, despite the gap appearing to have closed down over the winter.