A rule outlawing ‘driver aids’ which led to both Haas drivers being penalised for discussing pit stops on the radio is to be reviewed at the request of the FIA.
Ferrari says it did not ‘sacrifice’ Sebastian Vettel’s race at Silverstone yesterday to help Charles Leclerc complete the race with a single pit stop.
Paul di Resta will serve as McLaren’s ‘standby driver’ for this weekend’s race at Silverstone if they require a replacement for Carlos Sainz Jnr or Lando Norris.
New tyres Pirelli created for this season, which teams blocked the introduction of, would have stood up better to the exceptionally high loads seen at Silverstone, the manufacturer says.
Ferrari has intervened in the dispute over Racing Point’s car by asking Formula 1 and the FIA to clarify a key aspect of the regulations. McLaren told RaceFans they support Ferrari’s position.
Alexander Albon says the responsibility for his first lap collision with Kevin Magnussen was “50-50” between the two drivers, but the stewards blamed him.
Lewis Hamilton praised F1’s new official ‘end racism’ observance which took place before yesterday’s British Grand Prix but queried why some of his rivals continue to not join others is ‘taking a knee’.
Formula 1 may scrap its plan to bring softer tyres to this weekend’s race at Silverstone following yesterday’s punctures. But Pirelli doubt it will help.
Renault managing director Cyril Abiteboul praised the team’s result in the British Grand Prix which he described as one of the best since the team returned to Formula 1 in 2016.
Carlos Sainz Jnr condemned Romain Grosjean’s driving as “very dangerous” following a run-in between the pair on the Wellington Straight during the British Grand Prix.
Alexander Albon was given a five-second time penalty and two points on his licence for a collision which put Kevin Magnussen out of the British Grand Prix.
The FIA is working with Lewis Hamilton’s recently-announced diversity commission to help promote the sport to new participants from non-traditional backgrounds.
Racing Point technical director Andrew Green says Nico Hulkenberg was their top choice to stand in for Sergio Perez because of his previous experience driving for the team.
Most Formula 1 teams want the FIA to outlaw the kind of extensive copying of a rivals’ car which Racing Point has practised, according to McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown.
Max Verstappen says Racing Point’s ‘super-sub’ Nico Hulkenberg, who was dropped by Renault last year, deserves his place in Formula 1.
George Russell has been given a five-place grid penalty after creating a “potentially very dangerous situation” when he set his fastest lap time of Q1 after passing double waved yellow flags
Charles Leclerc was delighted with his qualifying performance at Silverstone after putting his Ferrari fourth on the grid.
Nico Hulkenberg admitted he didn’t get the most out of his car in qualifying, but said he wasn’t sure he could have done after his late call-up for Racing Point.
Lewis Hamilton says F1 teams’ group photographs highlight the lack of diversity in motorsport. Motorsport UK chairman David Richards plans to “reduce the barriers to entry and embrace diversity”.
Renault broke the curfew on working hours at Silverstone yesterday in order to replace Daniel Ricciardo’s chassis after discovering a hairline fracture.