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Nico Hulkenberg says that the 2019-spec Formula 1 rear wing is like a “parachute”, and the extra drag means that it’s harder to compare Renault’s latest engine with last year’s spec.
Racing Point technical director Andrew Green believes that the bargeboard area - not front wings - will be the key development area in Formula 1 in 2019.
Charles Leclerc says it will be a “good sign” for him to give Ferrari the problem of managing him alongside Sebastian Vettel.
Toro Rosso technical director Jody Egginton has hailed Honda’s first week of Formula 1 pre-season testing as “fantastic”.
Valtteri Bottas says Mercedes needs an upgrade to completely solve the handling issues that dogged the first run of its new 2019 Formula 1 challenger at Barcelona in Spain this week.
At the halfway point of 2019 Formula 1 pre-season testing, the early talking points for the year ahead have already emerged.
Daniel Ricciardo says he has been offered a glimmer of hope that Formula 1's new aero rules could make it easier for drivers to follow other cars thanks to an experience he had in testing.
Three McLaren Formula 1 team members were treated and released after a fire in the team's garage in Barcelona on Friday.
Giorgio Piola and Motorsport Images bring you the Formula 1 technical images from the fourth and final day of the first week of testing at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
Formula 1 technical chiefs are now predicting that 2019 cars will be faster than last year – despite the new rules having originally been expected to slow them down.
Toro Rosso has agreed to release James Key to take up his new position of McLaren technical director just after the start of the 2019 Formula 1 season.
Williams's efforts to hastily build its car were - understandably - overlooked because it missed the first two days of testing. It found out the hard way that anything less than perfection can quickly be exposed as a major weakness in F1
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Possible problems at Mercedes, cars getting quicker despite rule changes that should've slowed them, bargeboards become the tech headlines and Honda is happy - here are the main talking points from the first F1 test of 2019
Pirelli’s estimated differences between its 2019 Formula 1 tyres suggest Ferrari ended the first test with an advantage of half a second.
The 'actual' laptimes in Formula 1 testing rarely reveal the true story, so we've delved into the data and factored in tyre choices and adjusted fuel loads to attempt to rank how the 10 teams actually stand at the end of week one
Mercedes made good on its promise to finally show some pace on the final day of the opening Formula 1 test of 2019, proving it had been holding back on the first three days.
The likes of Renault and Toro Rosso may have made the headlines, but the F1 world awaits the Ferrari and Mercedes performance runs.
George Russell says the delayed new Williams FW42 gave him a "good feeling" in Barcelona Formula 1 testing on Thursday, but he acknowledged that he has not yet explored the limits.
F1's simpler 2019 front wings have received plenty of attention during the first week of pre-season testing, but the reduced impact of that part means teams' bargeboard arrangements are now a key area for aerodynamic gains
Red Bull expects a "far more mature" Max Verstappen to show greater "patience" in Formula 1 this season, according to motorsport boss Helmut Marko.