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Fernando Alonso reckons his LMP1 and IndyCar exploits boosted him as a driver and helped him record a career first by trouncing Formula 1 teammate Stoffel Vandoorne in qualifying.
Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe says that the team still enjoys a “great relationship” with head of vehicle performance Rob Smedley, who is leaving the Formula 1 outfit.
Formula 1’s manufacturers will have to share their technology with new engine entrants in the future, as part of a compromise deal agreed with the sport’s chiefs.
Formula 1 chiefs say they will react to make further changes to help improve overtaking in the future if new aero rules do not deliver in 2019.
The man responsible for bringing Michael Schumacher to Ferrari, former president Luca di Montezemolo, takes F1 Racing on a guided tour of a new private collection dedicated to the career of the seven-time champion.
Sergey Sirotkin says his Formula 1 exit was hard to take because he had "all these reasons" to believe a second campaign with Williams would be a huge improvement.
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Nico Hulkenberg says Renault "has" to be ambitious if it is going to make the step it needs to close down the gap to the big three teams in Formula 1.
Former grand prix driver Karun Chandhok is to make a return to Sky’s Formula 1 coverage next season, as the network gears up for its exclusive broadcast deal.
Lewis Hamilton says he has not peaked yet and has a “super focus” to work out how to defeat new Formula 1 rivals Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc next season.
Oliver Rowland says he is no longer aiming for a Formula 1 race drive after sealing his ABB FIA Formula E deal with the Nissan e.dams squad.
Lando Norris said he steered clear of choosing hero Valentino Rossi’s #46 in Formula 1 because he didn’t want to be a "copycat".
One of most surprising storylines from the 2018 Formula 1 season was the change in fortunes at Sauber, which lifted itself from the rear of the grid to lead 'Class B' on occasion. Here's how that turnaround came to be.