Charles Leclerc, Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton were RaceFans’ Star Performers of the British Grand Prix. Here’s why.
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2019 British Grand Prix weekend.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says Pierre Gasly’s strong British Grand Prix weekend was down to his approach, not changes in his car’s set-up.
FIA race director Michael Masi denied drivers were given greater freedom to race each other aggressively in Sunday’s British Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton says working class racers are “a dying breed” in Formula 1 and he wants to help someone from a less privileged background to come into the sport.
Sebastian Vettel shrugged off his penalty for crashing into Max Verstappen during the British Grand Prix, saying it mattered more that he apologised for the collision.
Valtteri Bottas says he had the pace to win the British Grand Prix if he hadn’t been stuck on a two-stop strategy.
Red Bull changed the rear wings on both their cars on the grid before the start of the British Grand Prix after discovering cracks in them.
Charles Leclerc says he fought harder than usual in his battle with Max Verstappen at Silverstone but there was “nothing personal” about it.
Lewis Hamilton won his home race for a record-breaking sixth time but if the outcome was predictable the race itself was anything but.
Lewis Hamilton’s sixth victory at Silverstone means he has now scored more wins at home than any other British driver.
Valtteri Bottas admitted he was surprised Lewis Hamilton was able to beat the fastest lap time he set on softs using an old set of hard tyres.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner had to order Pierre Gasly to let Max Verstappen through after Gasly did not respond to a series of reminders not to delay his team mate.
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Toro Rosso did not tell Alexander Albon about a high voltage problem on his car which meant he couldn’t pit during the second half of the British Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen could have finished as high as second if he hadn’t been hit by Sebastian Vettel, says Christian Horner.
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The Safety Car period triggered by Antonio Giovinazzi shaped the British Grand Prix. The interactive data reveals who were the winners and losers.
Valtteri Bottas says his choice of tyre at his first pit stop was a “mistake” because it locked him into a two-stop strategy.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto says the team had little opportunity to avoid Charles Leclerc losing out to Max Verstappen during the Safety Car period in the British Grand Prix.