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Grosjean move was "unacceptable", says Sainz

McLaren Formula 1 team driver Carlos Sainz has called Romain Grosjean's defensive move in the British GP "unacceptable" because the Frenchman reacted to the movement of the car behind.

Hulkenberg "in talks" over full-time F1 role for 2021

Nico Hulkenberg says that he's in talks with some Formula 1 teams about a possible full-time return in 2021.

Which drivers are eligible to be F1 reserves?

The McLaren Formula 1 team's announcement that Paul di Resta will be reserve driver for this weekend's 70th Anniversary GP has put a spotlight on the past drivers who are still eligible for a  superlicence.

Mercedes has no firm plans to let Gutierrez get F1 race licence

The Mercedes Formula 1 team has no definite plans to give Esteban Gutierrez track mileage in the near future, despite a new rule for 2020 making the Mexican ineligible for an FIA super licence unless he has conducted a test.

Pirelli to scrap Silverstone FP2 tyre testing

Pirelli has cancelled plans to trial experimental Formula 1 tyres in FP2 at Silverstone on Friday, but the Italian company will still test them as planned at the Spanish GP in Barcelona.

Pirelli: Softer tyres not a risk at second Silverstone race

Pirelli Formula 1 boss Mario Isola has downplayed fears about the move to softer tyre compounds for the 70th Anniversary GP at Silverstone following the failures in last weekend’s British GP.

Pirelli says long stints caused British GP tyre failures

Pirelli has concluded the British Grand Prix tyre failures resulted from the unusually long stints that were run on the hard compound during the race.

F1's penalty system "not working right" - Steiner

Haas boss Gunther Steiner says F1's penalty system "is not working right" after Alex Albon received a five-second sanction for his collision with Kevin Magnussen in the British GP.

Only "glimpses" of Racing Point's potential seen so far

Racing Point's technical director Andy Green says the Silverstone-based outfit has only been able to show “glimpses” of the RP20's true form, as it tries to unlock the full potential of its 2020 Formula 1 car.

McLaren had no warning of Sainz's tyre failure

McLaren Formula 1 boss Andreas Seidl says that the Woking team had no warning of the "sudden death" of Carlos Sainz's left front tyre in the closing laps of the British GP.

Racing Point still in the dark over Perez comeback

Racing Point remains unsure about whether Sergio Perez will be able to compete in next weekend's 70th Anniversary GP at Silverstone.

Pirelli launches “360 degrees” investigation after failures

Pirelli Formula 1 boss Mario Isola says the Italian company will “analyse everything 360 degrees” after the spectacular series of tyre failures in the closing laps of the British GP.

Clutch bolt failure caused Hulkenberg's DNS at Silverstone

A clutch bolt issue caused Nico Hulkenberg to miss the British GP after it prevented Racing Point from starting his engine.

Verstappen feels "lucky and unlucky" after last-lap dramas

Red Bull Formula 1 driver Max Verstappen called himself "lucky and unlucky" after he picked up second place in the British Grand Prix.

McLaren is "financially healthy" again, insists Brown

McLaren Formula 1 team CEO Zak Brown insists that the company is back on track financially after a rocky first half of 2020 in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.

“Brutally honest” Red Bull has to give Albon better car

Red Bull Racing Formula 1 team chief engineer Paul Monaghan says that the Milton Keynes outfit has to be “brutally honest” and admit that it has to provide Alex Albon with a better balanced car.

Hulkenberg impresses Racing Point: "It's like he never left"

Racing Point Formula 1 team technical director Andrew Green says that substitute driver Nico Hulkenberg settled in so quickly at this weekend's British Grand Prix it was like he’d never left.

Racing Point has "no case to answer" in Renault protest

Racing Point technical director Andrew Green insists that there's "no case to answer" in Renault's protest against the team's brake duct design.

Hulkenberg concedes he didn't get everything out of the car

Racing Point Formula 1 team substitute driver Nico Hulkenberg admitted he didn't get everything out of his car after failing to progress into Q3 in British Grand Prix qualifying.

Steiner not disappointed by loss of American F1 races

Haas Formula 1 team boss Guenther Steiner insists that he wasn’t disappointed to lose all four Americas races from the 2020 calendar, despite their importance to team owner Gene Haas.

Pirelli: Portimao resurfacing creates extra challenge

The Algarve International Circuit in Portimao is to be resurfaced later this summer ahead of October’s Portuguese GP – adding an extra element of surprise to a venue that Formula 1 teams are unfamiliar with.

McLaren to keep aero upgrades on car after practice trial

McLaren Formula 1 boss Andreas Seidl says that the aero package that the Woking team trialled at Silverstone on Friday worked as intended and will stay on the cars of Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris for the remainder of the weekend.

Kvyat set for five-place grid penalty for British GP

AlphaTauri Formula 1 driver Daniil Kvyat is set to receive a five-place grid penalty for Sunday’s British Grand Prix after taking a new gearbox ahead of Saturday morning practice.

Racing Point has no issues with Perez’s Mexican trip

Racing Point Formula 1 boss Otmar Szafnauer says that the Silverstone team has no issue with Sergio Perez's trip to Mexico between the Hungarian and British GPs.