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Sebastian Vettel says the FIA was "not very professional" in the way it handled his penalty during Formula 1's Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.
Esteban Ocon thinks his Alpine team doesn't have any "margin" for error if it wants to score points in the 2021 Formula 1 season.
Haas Formula 1 boss Gunther Steiner says his team is "not putting any effort" into anything that is not taking the fight to Williams during the 2021 Formula 1 season.
Fernando Alonso thinks there is still "a lot of room to improve" from his side despite a strong showing on his Formula 1 race return in the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto believes the Maranello squad is still too far from Formula 1's leading teams to start thinking of fighting for podium finishes, despite an encouraging Bahrain Grand Prix.
Honda's 2021 Formula 1 engine is "very, very close" to the level of performance of Mercedes' power unit, AlphaTauri team boss Franz Tost says.
Alfa Romeo has reclaimed its place in the Formula 1 midfield this year despite failing to score in the Bahrain Grand Prix, according to team boss Frederic Vasseur.
On the anniversary of Michael Schumacher’s 100th podium finish in Formula 1, we review the 2002 Brazilian Grand Prix, where he went head-to-head with the Williams-BMWs and, following a controversial clash with Juan Pablo Montoya, scored victory on the Ferrari F2002’s race debut.
McLaren has revealed that Daniel Ricciardo performance in Formula 1's season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix was hurt by floor damage sustained at the start of the race.
Haas Formula 1 driver Nikita Mazepin says his team instructed him to overtake his rivals during the dying moments of the first segment of qualifying for the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Williams Formula 1 driver George Russell says part of the reason why he has become a Grand Prix Drivers' Association director is to represent "the younger half of the grid".
Sebastian Vettel feels he is lacking "100 laps" of mileage at the wheel of his Aston Martin Formula 1 car after the conclusion of the pre-season test in Bahrain.
Toto Wolff called Lewis Hamilton's performance in Formula 1 qualifying for the Belgian Grand Prix "extra-terrestrial" after the Mercedes driver took pole position by over half a second.
Carlos Sainz believes Formula 1 drivers will struggle with their necks in the first race of 2020 when the sport finally resumes following the COVID-19 crisis.
Carlos Sainz says the 2020 Formula 1 season being cancelled because of the coronavirus crisis would be a "hard blow that would be difficult to accept".
The Portuguese and Italian rounds of the World Rally Championship have been postponed as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Former Mercedes reserve driver Esteban Ocon says he had no idea the German Formula 1 team was developing the Dual Axis Steering (DAS) system.
The Bahrain and Vietnam Grands Prix have been postponed as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, Formula 1 announced on Friday.
Mercedes will head to the Formula 1 season-opener in Australia as the favourite after leading pre-season testing - although question marks remain over its engine reliability.
DTM organiser ITR has announced next month's planned pre-season test at Monza has been relocated as a result of the spread of the coronavirus in northern Italy.
The Chinese Grand Prix has been officially postponed by the FIA and Formula 1 due to the coronavirus outbreak in recent weeks.
Fernando Alonso admits he may have erred in calling the 2015 Honda Formula 1 power unit a "GP2 engine", but reckons the situation would've left any driver extremely frustrated.
Sergio Perez says he won't be staying in Formula 1 much longer if he doesn't find himself in a position to fight near the front of the field after his current contract ends.
Lance Stroll says a "lot of details" were behind his struggles in the qualifying sessions during the early part of the 2019 Formula 1 season.
Alfa Romeo F1 boss Frederic Vasseur believes Charles Leclerc's self-confidence and self-criticism are the main traits that make him a "champion".
Haas F1 boss Gunther Steiner says it would be "very naive" to believe a team like his could fight for race wins from the 2021 season.
McLaren boss Andreas Seidl says it is not "mission impossible" for his team to be in a position to challenge Formula 1's top three from the 2021 season, but he is also realistic about its own ambitions.
Carlos Sainz says having a longer contract with McLaren has given him the chance to show what he is really capable of during the 2019 Formula 1 season.
Williams has announced it has agreed to sell a majority equity stake into sister company Williams Advanced Engineering.
We conclude the first half of our Top 20 stories countdown with one of the most memorable images of the Formula 1 season, which came courtesy of an irate Sebastian Vettel in Canada.
Motorsport.com's countdown of the biggest stories in racing continues with Red Bull's sudden demotion of Pierre Gasly after just a dozen races with the team - and promotion of Alex Albon.
Daniel Ricciardo will pay homage to American college football team the Texas Longhorns with the helmet design he will wear during the United States Grand Prix.
British driver Jordan King will join Ginetta's LMP1 squad for the next round of the FIA World Endurance Championship in Shanghai.
Pirelli says it is now in a position to nominate the 2020 specification of its Formula 1 tyres following a two-day test in Barcelona.
Fernando Alonso says the planned regulations changes for 2021 would make that year a "good opportunity" for a possible return to Formula 1.
Max Verstappen will start the Italian Grand Prix from the back of the grid after Red Bull's Formula 1 engine supplier Honda confirmed the Dutchman will use a new power unit.
McLaren driver Carlos Sainz believes there is no real benefit from spending as much time sim racing at home as his Formula 1 teammate Lando Norris does.
Haas Formula 1 boss Gunther Steiner believes it would be easier to solve his team's problems if it had a slower car.
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.
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.