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[F1 2019 NEWS FEATURE] FRENCH GRAND PRIX: RACE REVIEW

Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton has stormed to a second-straight French Grand Prix win, his fourth-straight victory and sixth of the season, the 5-time F1 World Champion in a...

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] RENAULT F1 TEAM: LOOKING UP

France is a big race for Renault, with pride on the line as the squad heads home to the birthplace of Grand Prix racing, and its adoring, passionate public…one looking...

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] HAAS F1 TEAM: STRUGGLE TOWN

If there’s one thing Haas needs it’s a clean weekend, with the squad still reeling from the significant pain inflicted in Canada. Qualifying was where the real damage was...

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] SCUDERIA FERRARI: MONTREAL FALLOUT

Ferrari left Canada distraught; that potential, much-needed race win gone with a single error by 4-time F1 World Champion Sebastian Vettel.

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] ESTEBAN OCON: COMEBACK TRAIL

In the early part of 2019, Esteban Ocon has been a forgotten man… one forced into the reserve role at Mercedes, following a huge grid reshuffle, Daniel Ricciardo the...

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Brawn “can’t wait” to work with Hamilton on future F1 rules

Formula 1 sporting boss Ross Brawn says he cannot wait to work with Lewis Hamilton in shaping the championship’s future, and says meetings are now scheduled to get more...

Do you agree with Perez's lap one penalty?

The stewards were involved yet again in the outcome of a GP, but were they right to give Perez a five-second time penalty despite obeying the run-off rules?

F1 race director Masi explains why Perez was penalised

F1 race director Michael Masi says he does not understand why Sergio Perez was upset at the French Grand Prix over his lap one penalty for gaining positions by cutting a...

Hamilton ignored instruction not to go for fastest lap

Lewis Hamilton ignored a message from his Mercedes Formula 1 team urging him not to go for fastest lap at the end of the French GP.

Russell says unseen move on Kubica was 'hairy'

George Russell's damaged front wing meant he finished last in a Formula 1 race for the first time despite pulling off a superb unseen pass on Robert Kubica.

French GP 'our worst weekend' in F1

Team boss Gunther Steiner has conceded the French Grand Prix weekend was the worst in his outfit's short Formula 1 history.

McLaren hails 'impressive' Norris for 'surviving' French GP

McLaren says that Lando Norris and the team's engineers were locked in a battle for 'survival' in the closing laps of the French Grand Prix, as an hydraulic failure began...

FIA defends quick start call that 'surprised' drivers

The FIA says the quick change of start lights at the French Grand Prix should not have caught drivers by surprise, because it was well within what the rules allow.

2021 F1 overhaul 'nowhere near where it needs to be'

Lewis Hamilton says Formula 1's 2021 overhaul is 'nowhere near where it needs to be' and requires 'serious changes', after attending a crunch meeting that delayed...

Double penalty costs Ricciardo French GP points finish

Daniel Ricciardo has dropped from seventh place to 11th in the final results of the French Grand Prix after receiving two separate penalties for incidents on the last...

Blame rulemakers, not drivers for boring F1 races

Lewis Hamilton says boring Formula 1 races are not the drivers' fault and instead the blame lies at the rulemakers for a 'constant cycle' of making bad decisions.

Ferrari 'failed' French GP objective

Sebastian Vettel believes Ferrari “failed” to accomplish its objective for the French Grand Prix, as its updates didn't allow it to substantially reduce the deficit to...

Perez baffled by French GP penalty

Sergio Perez says he was baffled as to why he was penalised for his incident at the start of the French Grand Prix.

Hamilton was fearing repeat of Stroll tyre blowout

Lewis Hamilton said he feared a repeat of Lance Stroll’s spectacular blowout after suffering from “quite big blisters” on his front tyres during the French Grand Prix.

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