Mercedes’ failure to compete for the championships this year isn’t as painful as their defeat in the controversial 2021 finale, says team principal Toto Wolff.
Fernando Alonso appears in a blank Aston Martin as several of his rivals debut at new teams in post-season testing at the Yas Marina circuit.
Max Verstappen has improved his performance to a level which his team principal Christian Horner doubts any rival could match, even in the same car.
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Zhou Guanyu says his final-lap pass on Alexander Albon in yesterday’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, which wasn’t broadcast during the race, was “the best overtake I’ve done all season.”
Pierre Gasly said he’s “more than ready” to get started at Alpine as he prepares to make his debut in testing for his new team tomorrow.
Six Formula 1 teams have changed their driver pairings for 2023 including Williams, who were the last to confirm their line-up.
Williams has confirmed Logan Sargeant will race for them in Formula 1 next season after he successfully secured enough points for his FIA superlicence.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto says a “dummy” pit stop was the key to getting Charles Leclerc ahead of Sergio Perez in yesterday’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Speaking to media for the first time since his F1 comeback was announced, Nico Hulkenberg said he watched this year’s races thinking he could “do better”.
Max Verstappen closed the book on a historic season for Red Bull with victory in Abu Dhabi, while Sebastian Vettel’s final grand prix proved a dramatic one.
Esteban Ocon said out-scoring his two-times world champion team mate Fernando Alonso was a satisfying result
Carlos Sainz Jnr accused Lewis Hamilton of “cheeky” driving when he was told to hand a position to Ferrari driver during their tussle over the opening laps in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
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One-stop strategies paid off for Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc, but Sebastian Vettel suspected his cost Aston Martin sixth place in the championship.
Charles Leclerc says taking second place off Sergio Perez through the pits shows Ferrari have improved their strategies in recent races.
Valtteri Bottas had “deja vu” for last year’s controversial final lap in Abu Dhabi as Alfa Romeo narrowly beat Aston Martin to sixth place.
Max Verstappen says it would not have been fair for him to hold up Charles Leclerc in an effort to help his team mate take second place in the championship.
Sergio Perez believes Pierre Gasly held him up badly enough during the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix to deserve a penalty.