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Romain Grosjean will use the exact same floor that he started pre-season testing with during this weekend's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc says he and Ferrari teammate Sebastian Vettel will need to be less aggressive with each other to make sure that they never crash into each other again.
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Valtteri Bottas will take a grid drop for the Formula 1 season finale in Abu Dhabi, with Mercedes having elected to fit a brand new power unit for this weekend.
Speaking to competitors at the Gran Turismo World Finals, Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton has offered an insight into the small details that have proven integral to his success in the sport.
Toro Rosso team boss Franz Tost has credited Honda with the uplift in form that his team has enjoyed in recent races.
Pirelli says it will have no choice but to increase the tyre pressures for the Dutch Grand Prix next year to cope with the 18-degree banked final corner at Zandvoort.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl says his staff must not get complacent this winter that its impressive 2019 campaign means it is a given it will do even better next year.
Haas boss Gunther Steiner says the flashes of speed his car still has in its Melbourne-specification shows the outfit could have been a contender for 'best of the rest' this season.
Max Verstappen says he was impressed with the 'very, very good job' that Mikail Hizal did in winning the Gran Turismo Nations Cup world final in such dominant fashion in Monaco on Sunday.
Pirelli says it will have no big issue if Formula 1 teams decide they want to stick with the 2019 tyres next season, but it will demand to know why all the work it did on the 2020 rubber was rejected.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner says the biggest loser whenever two drivers collide is always the team.
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner thinks Honda’s latest victory at the Brazilian Grand Prix was "important" for helping convince the Japanese car manufacturer to stay in Formula 1.
Reigning Gran Turismo Nations Cup champion Igor Fraga produced the biggest shock on the opening day of action at the World Finals in Monaco on Friday when he was knocked out of the competition as the result of a first corner spin.
Daniel Ricciardo says he relishes the fact that Toro Rosso is now a serious threat to Renault in the constructors' championship ahead of the Formula 1 season finale in Abu Dhabi.
Red Bull says that Alex Albon was still able to leave the Brazilian Grand Prix with his "head held high", despite missing out on the chance of a maiden Formula 1 podium.
Red Bull may be setting records in Formula 1 with its quick tyre changes, but it's now also become the first team to complete a pitstop in zero gravity.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner thinks his team's straightline speed advantage at the Brazilian Grand Prix was just as much down to downforce levels as it was engine power.
Pierre Gasly's return to his best in Formula 1 has been triggered by the "relief" of escaping the intense pressure that hurt him at Red Bull, reckons his former boss Christian Horner.
Haas boss Gunther Steiner says a baffling glitch with Romain Grosjean’s MGU-K cost the Frenchman the chance of a shock podium finish in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Carlos Sainz has no doubts that his charge from the back of the grid to take his maiden podium finish in Formula 1 at the Brazilian Grand Prix was the best race of his life.
Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc should take a leaf out of Lewis Hamilton’s book and be more honest about their mistakes when they mess up, says Ross Brawn.