Claire Williams says a “conspiracy of bad luck” forced the team to retire Robert Kubica shortly after half-distance in the Russian Grand Prix due to a shortage of spare parts.
Ferrari over-complicated their tactics at the start of the last race by telling Sebastian Vettel to let Charles Leclerc overtake him, according to Red Bull motorsport consultant Helmut Marko.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner is being investigated by the FIA stewards for his radio messages at the end of the Russian Grand Prix.
Robert Kubica says Williams had been able to “hide the problem” of its parts shortage until accident damage forced his retirement from the Russian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc says Ferrari will make sure their drivers follow team orders after Sebastian Vettel repeatedly disobeyed instructions during the Russian Grand Prix.
Williams has given further detail on the reasons both of its drivers retired from the Russian Grand Prix after sponsor Orlen raised questions over Robert Kubica’s withdrawal from the race.
Williams sponsor PKN Orlen wants answers from the team over why it pulled Robert Kubica’s car out of Sunday’s Russian Grand Prix.
Carlos Sainz Jnr, Sergio Perez and Lewis Hamilton were RaceFans’ Star Performers of the Russian Grand Prix. Here’s why.
A furious Kevin Magnussen branded his Russian Grand Prix penalty “bullshit” – but eight other drivers got the same penalty for the same infraction.
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2019 Russian Grand Prix weekend.
Was Sebastian Vettel pulling away from Charles Leclerc when he refused to let his team mate by? How did Ferrari respond? The full transcript of their radio messages reveals all.
F1 could change restrictions on drivers’ helmet artwork after Daniil Kvyat was denied permission to use a special design for his home race last weekend.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says Ferrari’s resurgence shows Formula 1 has become “an engine formula” again.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl says the caution periods during the Russian Grand Prix cost the team the chance to beat one of the Red Bulls.
Sebastian Vettel’s repeated refusal to follow orders wrecked Ferrari’s attempt to stage-manage the Russian Grand Prix – then a power unit failure handed victory to Lewis Hamilton.
Ferrari repeatedly told Sebastian Vettel to let his team mate overtake him in the Russian Grand Prix until he stopped replying to their radio messages.
Charles Leclerc defended the decision to make an extra pit stop during the Russian Grand Prix, even though it cost him second place.
Lewis Hamilton’s 82nd win means Mercedes remain unbeaten in Russia, while he broke another record previously held by Michael Schumacher.
How has Ferrari achieved its astonishing power unit performance? And has Red Bull scrapped its plans to rebrand Toro Rosso as AlphaTauri? Rumours abound in the Sochi F1 paddock.
Charles Leclerc says he had complete faith that Ferrari would swap him and his team mate’s positions after he let Sebastian Vettel by at the start.