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Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton understands Charles Leclerc’s frustration with team orders at Ferrari, because feeling he had his “light dimmed” at McLaren in 2007 pushed him to “rebel”.
Carlos Sainz says McLaren's straightline speed has been "one of the best things" about the start of the 2019 Formula 1 season.
Baku has been a highlight of Williams's past two - increasingly tough - seasons. As Robert Kubica opens up about how much his team's poor start is affecting everyone involved, will this weekend's Azerbaijan Grand Prix provide any relief?
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.
Although it goes against conventional logic, a faster car does not always guarantee a better result. One Formula 1 driver's struggles adjusting to new surroundings for 2019 provide proof
Honda will introduce its first upgraded engine of the 2019 Formula 1 season at this weekend’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix, following the discovery of a quality control problem.
The Williams Formula 1 team must outdevelop its rivals at “double or triple the rate” to make up for its current disadvantage, George Russell believes.
Carlos Sainz says McLaren's incoming managing director Andreas Seidl has made a "very good" first impression and is "impatient" to start working at the Formula 1 team.
Ferrari is bringing “a few updates” to the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, marking the first development of its 2019 Formula 1 car as it bids to close the gap to Mercedes.
Sebastian Vettel believes Ferrari faces a vital few weeks in which it must establish how to develop its car over the middle part of the 2019 Formula 1 season.
George Russell says it is understandable under-pressure Red Bull juniors drive at “120 percent” given the programme's "cut-throat" history, but believes fellow Formula 1 rookie Alex Albon can thrive this year.
Ferrari hopes Alfa Romeo will switch to new control electronics as soon as possible following the failures that have hit Charles Leclerc and Antonio Giovinazzi in successive Formula 1 races.
Ferrari chief Mattia Binotto has admitted it was "difficult" to order Charles Leclerc to move aside for his Formula 1 teammate Sebastian Vettel during the Chinese Grand Prix.
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff says he has had "quite a laugh" with Max and Jos Verstappen over suggestions he has been calling the Red Bull Formula 1 driver.
Sebastian Vettel believes his Ferrari Formula 1 team has been a victim of “poor journalism” and is unhappy with how comments about team orders have been used by the media.
Ex-Mercedes driver and 2016 Formula 1 champion Nico Rosberg believes the team order imposed by Ferrari on Charles Leclerc in the Chinese Grand Prix was "harsh".
Ferrari's 2019 Formula 1 car has been pitched "in the wrong place aerodynamically" and it will take "a lot of work" to fix that, says 2016 world champion Nico Rosberg.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff believes Ferrari risks opening "a can of worms" by ordering its Formula 1 drivers to swap positions but is not alone in facing that problem.
Alex Albon was pleased to be named Formula 1's 'driver of the day' for his Chinese Grand Prix charge from the pitlane, because he was "maybe worst driver" of Saturday.
Charles Leclerc says his long second stint in the Chinese Grand Prix was a ploy by Ferrari to try to help his Formula 1 teammate Sebastian Vettel catch Valtteri Bottas.
Sebastian Vettel cemented third place in Formula 1's Chinese Grand Prix by giving Max Verstappen a "not very sexy" angle into the final corner, after predicting his rival's attempted pass.