Formula 1 drivers say they have too much time to practice during race weekends, after poor weather around the Nurburgring forced the cancellation of two sessions yesterday.
Lewis Hamilton said he wanted to start the Eifel Grand Prix on the medium tyres, but was overruled by his Mercedes team.
Valtteri Bottas says he got his final lap in qualifying “spot-on” as he stormed to pole position for the Eifel Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen says Red Bull have made a clear improvement with their car after the team lapped closer to Mercedes than they have all year at the Nurburgring.
Valtteri Bottas saw off a challenge from Max Verstappen to continue Mercedes’ run of pole positions at the Nurburgring.
Valtteri Bottas will start the Eifel Grand Prix from pole position ahead of Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen.
Nico Hulkenberg received a phone call from Racing Point saying “hurry, we need you here” just four hours before qualifying was due to begin at the Nurburgring.
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Valtteri Bottas led a cold final hour of practice which saw several spins. However Lance Stroll did not take part due to illness and could be replaced by Nico Hulkenberg this weekend.
Lance Stroll is not taking part in today’s final practice session at the Nurburgring. His Racing Point team have said he is unwell.
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Yuki Tsunoda’s chances of gaining a promotion to Formula 1 will not be affected by Honda’s decision to leave the sport, according to senior figures at the Japanese manufacturer and Red Bull.
Pictures from the first day of practice for the 2020 Eifel Grand Prix, when poor weather conditions prevented any running from taking place.
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Honda have said their US-based division made Indycar decision independently of Japan-led F1 programme.
Formula 1 has confirmed three people tested positive for Covid-19 during the past week.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says it is “critical” Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas take every precaution to avoid exposure to Covid-19 after two cases were confirmed within the team.
Both of today’s practice sessions at the Nurburgring have been cancelled as a result of the weather conditions in the area.
Wolff said Mercedes will not supply Red Bull, while Binotto says it is a ‘lot of energy’ as a deal, which Ferrari had not yet considered.
Mick Schumacher says he doesn’t know when he might get the opportunity to drive an F1 car in practice again after poor weather conditions forced the cancellation of his planned run today.