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Insight: The full story of why Verstappen switched F1 helmets

We visited Schuberth's F1 helmet factory to speak with its bosses about new FIA standards, and discuss just how it came to land a deal with Max Verstappen for the 2019 season.

Igora Drive denies bid to replace Sochi as Russian GP venue

The new Igora Drive circuit near St. Petersburg has rubbished talk that it is hoping to lure the Russian Grand Prix away from Sochi.

Kvyat says helmet design limit "a joke"

Daniil Kvyat has labelled the rule that's preventing him from using a special helmet design in the Russian Grand Prix as "a joke".

Kvyat not allowed to use special helmet design in Russia

Daniil Kvyat has been told by the FIA that he cannot use a special helmet livery design for his home race, because he already used different colours at the Italian Grand Prix.

F1 should reconsider run-off/gravel trap balance - Wurz

Formula 1 tracks should seek better ways of blending the use of asphalt run- offs and gravel traps at different parts of corners reckons former Formula 1 driver Alex Wurz.

Sainz recommits to X-raid for 2020 Dakar

Carlos Sainz Sr will remain with the X-raid Mini squad in his quest to earn a third Dakar Rally title next January in Saudi Arabia.

Matsushita: F1 graduation still in my hands

Honda protege Nobuharu Matsushita says his dream of becoming Japan’s next Formula 1 driver remains viable, believing it still possible to obtain the necessary superlicence points in Formula 2 this year.

Kvyat slams move to further limit F1 testing

Toro Rosso driver Daniil Kvyat says he “100 percent disagrees” with Formula 1’s mooted pre-season testing reduction, believing the championship already has “too little testing”.

Steiner: Haas's problems bigger than if it had slow car

Haas Formula 1 boss Gunther Steiner believes it would be easier to solve his team's problems if it had a slower car.

Kubica needs consistency to straighten "complicated" season

Williams Formula 1 driver Robert Kubica believes consistency is the key to being able to unlock more performance on grand prix weekends after a "complicated" first half of 2019.

Four good races doesn't mean "everything is fantastic" in F1

Haas team boss Gunther Steiner has warned Formula 1 chiefs not to think that "everything is fantastic" in the sport despite having enjoyed four entertaining races in a row.

Schumacher: I must "work on myself" to be ready for F1

Mick Schumacher says he must still "work on myself" to be fully prepared for a step up to Formula 1, after securing his first F2 race victory last weekend at the Hungaroring.

Albon blames "silly error" for practice crash

Alexander Albon admitted his accident during second practice for Formula 1's Hungarian Grand Prix was simply down to a "silly error".

Verstappen sees positives in "worst" practice of year

Max Verstappen labelled his Friday practice performance for the British Grand Prix as perhaps his worst of the year – so was actually encouraged to end up not too far adrift of Mercedes and Ferrari.

McLaren has "the kind of package we're looking for" - Ricciardo

Renault Formula 1 driver Daniel Ricciardo says rival team McLaren currently has "the kind of package that we're looking for".

Ricciardo: Current Renault form "doesn't add up"

Renault driver Daniel Ricciardo admits his team's current form in Formula 1 "doesn't add up", after the French outfit's cars scored no points in the Austrian Grand Prix.

Pirelli could widen working range of tyres for 2020

Pirelli says it is open to widening the working window of its Formula 1 tyres for 2020 if it helps make life easier for teams.

Toro Rosso not getting results it deserves - Albon

Alex Albon thinks Toro Rosso is not getting the results it deserves in Formula 1, after it left Baku with a non-score last weekend.

Baku to reimburse Williams for drain cover accident damage

Azerbaijan Grand Prix officials have confirmed that Williams will get compensation for the damage caused to George Russell's car when it hit a loose drain cover last weekend.

Kvyat urges Toro Rosso to look into sudden pace drop-off

Daniil Kvyat says Toro Rosso needs to investigate why its pace disappeared at the start of the race in Azerbaijan, after a strong showing through practice and qualifying.

Vandoorne will play "big role" in SMP's LMP1 development

Stoffel Vandoorne will play a "big role" in the development of SMP Racing's LMP1 contender, believes fellow Formula 1 outcast Sergey Sirotkin.

De Vries concerned by F2 rivals' "poor rules knowledge"

ART Grand Prix Formula 2 driver Nyck de Vries has expressed his concern at his rivals' "poor knowledge" of the rules following the Baku feature race.

Kubica: Lowe not solely responsible for Williams crisis

Robert Kubica believes Williams's slump to the back of the grid is not a "one-man issue", even though chief technical officer Paddy Lowe is leaving the Formula 1 team.

Raikkonen: Alfa needs to "tidy up" weekend to unleash potential

Kimi Raikkonen thinks Alfa Romeo can deliver much more this season if it tidies up its execution of race weekends.