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Pierre Gasly will have to start the Azerbaijan Grand Prix from the pitlane after he failed to stop for a weighbridge check at the end of second practice.
Kimi Raikkonen says Formula 1 was made to look like "amateurs" in Baku on Friday after the drain incident that damaged George Russell's Williams.
Haas suspects that the thinner tread of Pirelli's 2019 Formula 1 tyres may be a key factor in causing its race-day struggles this year.
Sebastian Vettel has explained the mysterious ‘we had it’ radio remark he made after losing out to Mercedes rivals in qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix a fortnight ago.
Toro Rosso has changed the approach that Alex Albon will have for Friday practice in a bid to help the Formula 1 rookie get up to speed quicker.
Haas boss Gunther Steiner says he is already preparing himself for "disappointment" in Baku, with the track’s characteristics worse for his car than recent venues.
McLaren Formula 1 sporting director Gil de Ferran says his team is under no illusion about the "long road" to recovery it still faces, despite the progress it has made with its car this year.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner says it is wrong to suggest he is "suspicious" about what Ferrari is up to with fuel.
Pierre Gasly’s efforts to show more speed at Red Bull are being hindered by his style not totally suiting the team’s 2019 Formula 1 car, says team boss Christian Horner.
Kimi Raikkonen thinks Alfa Romeo can deliver much more this season if it tidies up its execution of race weekends.
Haas believes its 2019 Formula 1 car has a fundamental problem in not getting its tyres working properly at tracks where there are long straights and low-energy corners.
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.
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.
Kimi Raikkonen reckons losing temperature in his front tyres cost him the chance of finishing as best of the rest behind the top three teams in the Chinese Grand Prix.