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Daniil Kvyat believes the Chinese Grand Prix Formula 1 stewards accepted they were too harsh with his punishment for colliding with McLaren drivers Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris.
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff says he has had "quite a laugh" with Max and Jos Verstappen over suggestions he has been calling the Red Bull Formula 1 driver.
It has been mooted that Formula 1 could introduce an extra segment in qualifying to add extra jeopardy for the bigger teams. But is this going dangerously close to trying to fix something that isn't broken as F1 did with the 2016 elimination debacle?
Toro Rosso Formula 1 team boss Franz Tost told Alexander Albon to be "very aggressive" in the Chinese Grand Prix, in which the rookie drove a "perfect race" en route to 10th.
Sebastian Vettel believes his Ferrari Formula 1 team has been a victim of “poor journalism” and is unhappy with how comments about team orders have been used by the media.
Williams driver George Russell says he felt like he was “stood still” when he found himself racing Formula 1 cars from other teams in the Chinese Grand Prix.
Formula 1 is not heading for a season of utter dominance by Mercedes, reckons the sport’s managing director Ross Brawn, despite the team becoming the first since Williams in 1992 to finish 1-2 in the first three races.
Formula 1 chiefs plan to meet with government officials from six cities in China this week to see if there is potential to add a street circuit race to the calendar.
After Mercedes claimed a third one-two finish of the 2019 Formula 1 season, pressure is rising at Ferrari. All the teams privately agree that Ferrari won the testing war, but our technical expert says it needs to make good on that potential - and do so fast.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner thinks his team has got its chassis back on track judging by its pace at the Chinese Grand Prix, as he suggested the team's main deficit is now top speed.
Formula 1 tyre supplier Pirelli has revealed the teams' tyre selections for the 2019 Azerbaijan Grand Prix, with Ferrari and Mercedes picking the fewest sets of softs.
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Mercedes Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton believes the rival Ferrari team has not been "extracting their full potential" in the opening races of the 2019 season.
Ferrari’s Chinese Grand Prix team orders failed to stop Mercedes claiming a third-straight one-two finish, and sparked debate about how it is handling new recruit Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel.
Ex-Mercedes driver and 2016 Formula 1 champion Nico Rosberg believes the team order imposed by Ferrari on Charles Leclerc in the Chinese Grand Prix was "harsh".
Valtteri Bottas admits he had some concerns about being told to pit on the same lap as Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton during the Chinese Grand Prix.
Mercedes' emphatic Chinese Grand Prix performance suggests Ferrari's pacesetting form in Bahrain was an outlier, with three key shortcomings on display at Shanghai. Given its rival looks formidable, what hope does Ferrari have of hitting back?
Alfa Romeo Formula 1 team boss Frederic Vasseur admits that he had his fingers crossed during the Chinese GP due to concerns over the reliability of the Ferrari power unit in Kimi Raikkonen's car.
Renault Formula 1 team boss Cyril Abiteboul admits that a one-stop strategy left Daniel Ricciardo showing "miserable pace" during the Chinese Grand Prix.
Even before a wheel turned in anger at last weekend's Chinese Grand Prix there was controversy over Mercedes’ new front wing design. But the team made the changes demanded by the FIA and still took a dominant one-two win
Ferrari's 2019 Formula 1 car has been pitched "in the wrong place aerodynamically" and it will take "a lot of work" to fix that, says 2016 world champion Nico Rosberg.