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Kimi Raikkonen believes it looks “really ridiculous” when Formula 1 cars cannot run on wet tracks because it does not have to rain much for drivers to have “zero control”.
Sebastian Vettel says it’s too early for him to name Charles Leclerc as the toughest teammate he’s had in his Formula 1 career.
Five-time world champion Lewis Hamilton believes Formula 1’s drag reduction system will be part of the championship “for a while”, even after the major rules shake-up in 2021.
Formula 1 chiefs should use the lessons of the Japanese Grand Prix timetable shake-up as a way of showing that two-day events can work, reckons Haas driver Romain Grosjean.
Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images bring you the Formula 1 technical updates on show in the Suzuka pitlane at the Japanese Grand Prix, giving insight into the relentless development undertaken by the teams in pursuit of more performance.
Racing Point sporting director Andy Stevenson talks Motorsport.com through the measures taken by teams and the FIA to keep staff safe and equipment intact during Saturday's expected Typhoon Hagibis arrival.
Formula 1’s unexpected day off at the Japanese Grand Prix has left many drivers scratching their heads about what to do, but Romain Grosjean wins the prize for the most unusual choice as he plans to build a model Tyrrell six-wheeler.
Toro Rosso drivers Daniil Kvyat and Pierre Gasly believe Formula 1 rookie Naoki Yamamoto did “really well” and a “very good job” on his debut in Japanese Grand Prix practice.
Formula 1 championship leader Lewis Hamilton anticipates an "interesting dynamic" in Suzuka qualifying after teammate Valtteri Bottas benefitted from a "massive" tow of around 0.5 seconds in practice.
Charles Leclerc said it was "a bit of a surprise" to see his Ferrari team off the pace during Friday Formula 1 practice at Suzuka.
Valtteri Bottas survived spinning on the run to Suzuka’s start/finish straight to top second practice for Formula 1’s Japanese Grand Prix.
Haas Formula 1 team principal Gunther Steiner has been fined €7,500 for causing “moral injury” to a steward and harming the reputation of motorsport and the FIA.
Valtteri Bottas believes the upgrade the Mercedes Formula 1 team has bought to Suzuka should represent a "decent step" as it seeks to catch Ferrari in the Japanese Grand Prix.
At the 2018 Japanese Grand Prix, Ferrari's cars were fitted with the logos of a new campaign from title sponsor Philip Morris. Then McLaren began promoting British American Tobacco. It was just the start of a continuing saga