United States GP (2017)
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A solid Formula 1 debut for Toro Rosso at Austin has turned LMP1 ace Brendon Hartley into a serious future grand prix racing prospect - but this should come as little surprise given his background, says Adam Cooper.
Ferrari has maintained its development assault in this last phase of the championship, arriving in Austin with a war chest of parts aimed at optimising the SF70H.
After every grand prix, ace photographer Mark Sutton of Sutton Images gives us a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to cover Formula 1 from behind the lens.
Red Bull insists that there was no attempt to keep Max Verstappen’s engine upgrade secret from Daniel Ricciardo, despite the Australian knowing nothing about it until told by the media.
A Honda engine failure robbed Fernando Alonso and McLaren of a solid points haul at the United States Grand Prix - but the team could take solace in the rave reviews earned by its new front wing.
Max Verstappen insists he didn’t mean anything ‘bad’ when he referred to FIA steward Garry Connelly as an ‘idiot’ and ‘mongol’ after the United States Grand Prix.
James Allen takes a strategic review of the United States Grand Prix, in which it was again Red Bull that triggered one of the big two teams into action.
Motorsport.com columnist Stoffel Vandoorne feels he made the most of a tricky situation at the United States Grand Prix - and takes heart from the the performance of McLaren's upgrades.
Red Bull's Christian Horner has blamed the "debacle" of last year’s Mexican Grand Prix – where a raft of post-race penalties changed the podium three times – for the rush to punish Max Verstappen in Austin.
After three disastrous weekends, a second place for Vettel and double podium for Ferrari doesn't look too bad. But the way the battle with Hamilton and Mercedes played out at Austin made this one even tougher to take…
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne says singling out team principal Maurizio Arrivabene or technical chief Mattia Binotto for the Italian Formula 1 team's recent poor performance would be "idiotic".
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Carlos Sainz's Formula 1 debut for Renault at the United States Grand Prix was “remarkable”, according to managing director Cyril Abiteboul.
It may have looked like a walk in the park for Lewis Hamilton at the front of the field in Austin, but the reality is that the lingering threat of the two-stop strategy coming alive made it a nervous afternoon for the Mercedes crew.
Check out Issue 20 of GP Gazette, from the makers of Motorsport.com, an in-depth eMagazine covering all the action from a controversial United States Grand Prix.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner believes Formula 1 chiefs need to have a fundamental rethink about what to do with track limits, after fan fury over Max Verstappen’s penalty in the United States Grand Prix.
Mercedes Formula 1 chairman Niki Lauda has labelled the call to penalise Max Verstappen in the United States Grand Prix as the worst decision he’s ever seen.
Fernando Alonso believes his driving level during the United States Grand Prix weekend was "sublime", but was left lamenting another retirement.
Max Verstappen has blasted Formula 1's stewards for "killing the sport" with their "idiot" decision to take away his United States Grand Prix podium with a track limits penalty.
Kimi Raikkonen says he had "no idea" why rival Max Verstappen was penalised for his overtaking move on the final lap of the United States Grand Prix.
Red Bull Formula 1 boss Christian Horner has hit out at the FIA stewards' "unbelievably harsh" decision to penalise Max Verstappen and strip him of his United States Grand Prix podium.