British GP (2015)
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Pastor Maldonado insists Lotus is not getting disheartened by its failure to capitalise on the pace of its car, following fresh difficulty in the British Grand Prix.
Formula 1 teams will be warned by the FIA that any repeat of the kind of 'dummy' pitstop that Mercedes conducted in the British Grand Prix will not be tolerated, Motorsport.com can reveal.
The Mercedes engine may be the best of the F1 field, but the German car is no slouch, as its rivals have found. Giorgio Piola explains how Ferrari and Red Bull are following Mercedes' aero lead.
Valtteri Bottas thinks Williams can learn important lessons from the British Grand Prix - which will help it deliver better Formula 1 results in the future.
An exciting British Grand Prix, on a circuit packed with fans, put a lot of myths about Formula 1's poor form to rest, according to Jonathan Noble.
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene admits he was disappointed with the team's performance in the British Grand Prix, despite Sebastian Vettel's jump from fifth to third with a well-timed change to intermediate tyres.
Lewis Hamilton won a thrilling British Grand Prix, but early in the race - thanks to a great start - Williams looked like a real threat. Did the Grove team throw a chance of victory away with its strategy? Or was Hamilton's win inevitable?
A thrilling British Grand Prix – with packed grandstands, new race leaders, a close battle for the win and mixed weather – has helped Formula 1 move away from talks of crisis, claim leading team bosses.
Felipe was not able to race due to a mechanical issue with the gearbox. Marcus put in a strong performance until the weather conditions changed.
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Lewis Hamilton claims emotional home win with Nico Rosberg completing a Silver Arrows double in sensational 2015 British Grand Prix!
In tricky conditions, Seb claims a well deserved third place
Fernando Alonso: "A good day for morale.”
Vijay Mallya: “To score eight points in our home race and strengthen our hold on fifth place in the championship is a fantastic achievement."
Felipe Massa finished fourth and Valtteri Bottas fifth after running 1-2 in the first stint of an exciting British Grand Prix today.
Daniil Kvyat: "We will keep pushing to improve and move forward over the next few races."
Valtteri Bottas has voiced his dismay at being told not to overtake his Williams teammate Felipe Massa for the lead of the British Grand Prix.
Romain Grosjean: "Daniel must have thought his brakes and tyres would be able to slow him better than they did and the result was the end of both my and Pastor’s race."