Max Verstappen is convinced Ferrari’s tyre strategy cost them victory in the Hungarian Grand Prix, after passing Charles Leclerc to win from 10th on the grid.
Lewis Hamilton’s DRS failure in qualifying yesterday may have cost him a chance to win the Hungarian Grand Prix, says Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff.
Max Verstappen criticised fans for burning merchandise of his rival Lewis Hamilton, footage of which has circulated on social media in recent weeks.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto says a lack of performance from the car, not their switch to hard tyres, cost the team victory in Hungary.
Charles Leclerc believes Ferrari shouldn’t have reacted to Max Verstappen’s second pit stop, which he believes was timed to put them under pressure.
Max Verstappen credited the strategy calls of his Red Bull team after he drove from 10th on the grid to win the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen recovered from 10th on the grid to win the Hungarian Grand Prix despite a mid-race spin as Ferrari failed to finish on the podium.
Max Verstappen leads the drivers championship by 80 points from Charles Leclerc after the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen has won the Hungarian Grand Prix for Red Bull ahead of Lewis Hamilton and George Russell.
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Red Bull have fitted a third different power unit to Max Verstappen’s car after his problem in qualifying. Meanwhile Pierre Gasly will start from the pits.
Former F1 race director Michael Masi said he received death threats after his controversial decision in last year’s Abu Dhabi. He is not allowed to discuss his disputed call.
The FIA has received medical data which shows why it must act to reduce ‘porpoising’, Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has said.
Pierre Gasly suspects an incorrect track limits call may have again led him to be eliminated in qualifying earlier than he should have been.
Will Mercedes’ sudden Saturday pace translate into Sunday, or will Ferrari’s strength in numbers prove too much for George Russell?
In the round-up: Magnussen satisfied with Haas upgrades • Williams fined for tyre mix-up in qualifying • De Vries demoted from podium after weaving penalty
Aston Martin’s eye-catching new rear wing design doesn’t appear to brought a significant improvement in the car’s performance, says Lance Stroll.
The “unconventional” approaches Mercedes tried to extract performance from their car paid off with George Russell’s pole position in Hungary, says team principal Toto Wolff.