Christian Horner says Ferrari’s decision to appeal against the outcome of yesterday’s hearing into Sebastian Vettel’s Mexican Grand Prix penalty is a “waste of time”
The FIA has rejected Ferrari’s petition against Sebastian Vettel’s penalty which cost him a podium position at the Mexican Grand Prix.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has urged Formula One to simplify the rules which govern drivers leaving the track following the disputes over the last race in Mexico.
Ferrari have requested the stewards review Sebastian Vettel’s Mexican Grand Prix penalty, which dropped him from third place to fifth.
Max Verstappen says F1 should consider not broadcast radio discussions due to the possibility they could involve swearing.
Rule clarifications prompted by Max Verstappen’s driving led to Sebastian Vettel’s post-race penalty in Mexico, FIA race director Charlie Whiting confirmed.
FIA race director Charlie Whiting explained why Lewis Hamilton wasn’t penalised for cutting the first corner in Mexico while Max Verstappen was.
Sebastian Vettel pipped Nico Hulkenberg by just seven votes to become the eleventh Driver of the Weekend winner of 2016.
Max Verstappen did not brake-test Sebastian Vettel as the pair fought over third place in the Mexican Grand Prix, contrary to the Ferrari drivers’ claims.
Big on controversy, short on racing: last weekend’s Mexican Grand Prix was an unsatisfying race for most F1 Fanatic readers.
This video filmed by a Formula One fan gives the most revealing view yet of how three drivers cut the first corner in the Mexican Grand Prix.
One of the simplest rules of motor racing should be that you’re not allowed to take a short cut. But the Mexican Grand Prix showed F1 isn’t getting it right.
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2016 Mexican Grand Prix weekend.
The FIA says it has accepted an apology from Sebastian Vettel for his profane outburst at race director Charlie Whiting during the Mexican Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel raged against race director Charlie Whiting but signs of his frustration had been visible all race long in Mexico.
Three videos shot by F1 fans at yesterday’s Mexican Grand Prix provide new angles on three controversial incidents at the first corner.
A lack of grip at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez made for a frustrating race for most of the field. Here’s F1 Fanatic’s verdict on how they did.
One more win this year will guarantee Nico Rosberg the championship. Here’s all the Mexico stats and facts including a new record for Mercedes.
Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene claimed a podium finish for his team was “taken away by bureaucracy” following Sebastian Vettel’s penalty.
Lewis Hamilton’s strong drive to victory edged him closer to Nico Rosberg, but the biggest talking point in Mexico involved the men who finished behind them.