Formula 1 News and Analysis
Toro Rosso technical director Jody Egginton says that the Italian team was impressed by Alex Albon on his Formula 1 debut, describing the Thai-British driver’s approach as “not emotional” and “methodical.”
Haas Formula 1 boss Gunther Steiner says that the teams need clarity on plans for the championship's 2021 regulations.
There was talk that Mercedes was in 'crisis' during pre-season testing, as its initial car lacked pace and its drivers expressed concerns. While those fears proved wide of the mark, the negatives became the foundation of its Melbourne fightback
Mercedes thinks a kerb strike, rather than hitting debris, was the cause of Lewis Hamilton’s broken floor in the Australian Grand Prix.
Mercedes will continue its evaluation of Ferrari's different aero concept, despite its success in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff thinks the FIA will find it "impossible" to replace Formula 1 race director Charlie Whiting with a single person, following his shock death ahead of the Australian Grand Prix.
Honda has used a new post-race Twitter debrief with its Formula 1 fans to reflect on a podium-scoring debut with Red Bull and address the need for further gains to fully resolve its struggles of previous years.
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Eighth on the grid but only 12th in the race - Lando Norris's mood after his Formula 1 debut had a strong air of "could do better". He needn't be disappointed, Australia provided plenty of evidence of what makes this rookie so special
Robert Kubica says he has absolutely no regrets about returning to Formula 1, despite the competitive struggles that his Williams team is facing.
Valtteri Bottas took a dominant victory in the Australian Grand Prix, but Lewis Hamilton could not match his Mercedes Formula 1 team-mate's pace.
Ross Brawn says that the introduction of a point for the fastest lap "livened up" the closing stages of Formula 1's Australian Grand Prix.
Ferrari believes the potential of its 2019 Formula 1 car is “certainly bigger” than it showed in the Australian Grand Prix, which must be made into an “exception” this season.
Carlos Sainz believes he suffered every piece of bad luck he could have done on his McLaren Formula 1 team debut in the Australian Grand Prix.
Our technical consultant remembers Charlie Whiting - the man who swapped pushing the F1 technical rule limits for guarding them, and maintained his focus to keep F1 at the cutting edge for four decades.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff think Ferrari's struggles in the Australian Grand Prix owed more to it taking a "wrong junction" on set-up rather than its car being inherently slow.
Renault Formula 1 boss Cyril Abiteboul says that the Australian Grand Prix weekend was made up "mainly of lows" for new signing Daniel Ricciardo.