Mercedes say cutting their straight-line speed deficit to Red Bull will be one of their goals with next year’s car design.
Alpine extended their points lead over McLaren last weekend and Fernando Alonso expects their low-drag car will help them do the same at Monza.
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Ferrari strategy director Inaki Rueda has explained why the team didn’t have all four wheels ready for Carlos Sainz Jnr when he made his first pit stop during the Dutch Grand Prix.
Ferrari will bring a special, low-downforce rear wing for their home race at Monza this weekend as they aim to halt Max Verstappen’s run of four consecutive wins.
Daniel Ricciardo spoke to his replacement at McLaren, Oscar Piastri, and his manager Mark Webber to clear the air after his departure from the team was announced.
Lewis Hamilton says he has total faith in his strategy team after the call which saw him fall from first place to fourth in the final laps of the Dutch Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso said his run to sixth place in the Dutch Grand Prix was “one of his best” performances of the year.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto came to the defence of his squad after Nico Rosberg slated their strategy and pit stops.
Carlos Sainz Jnr blamed a McLaren mechanic for an incident in the pits which led to him receiving a five-second time penalty after the Dutch Grand Prix.
The FIA is expected to confirm a 10-place grid penalty for Yuki Tsunoda at next week’s Italian Grand Prix after he collected his fifth reprimand of the year.
Carlos Sainz Jnr said he “thought I had saved someone’s life” in the pit lane incident which earned him a five-second time penalty.
Red Bull want the FIA to make a swift decision on possible superlicence points changes as it weighs its driver options for junior team AlphaTauri.
Yuki Tsunoda said he could feel something was clearly broken with the rear of his car when he stopped on track twice during the Dutch Grand Prix.
Mercedes’ strategy simulations indicated Lewis Hamilton had a chance to win the Dutch Grand Prix had it not been disrupted by a Virtual Safety Car period.
Lewis Hamilton said he knew before the final restart at the Dutch Grand Prix that he was doomed to lose the lead of the race.
Mercedes believe they did the right thing by not bringing Lewis Hamilton into the pits during a late Safety Car period, despite the decision backfiring.