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Not enough support for tyre change – Marko

Dr Helmut Marko has admitted he cannot get enough support to force Pirelli to change its controversial tyres.

Karting now physically harder than F1 – Grosjean

Romain Grosjean says even go-karting is now more physically difficult than racing in Formula 1.

No B spec car for Paul Ricard – Abiteboul

Cyril Abiteboul has denied that Renault’s upgrade for its home race in France next weekend amounts to a ‘B spec’ car.

Kvyat much more mature in 2019 – Tost

In his third stint at Toro Rosso, Daniil Kvyat is a better driver than before.

Honda to race second engine upgrade in France

Honda will take its second engine upgrade of the 2019 season to Paul Ricard next weekend.

Canadian GP race personal wake-up call – Bottas

Valtteri Bottas has described the Canadian GP race weekend as a personal “wake-up call”.

Binotto admits Ferrari made another strategy error

Ferrari has admitted to making yet another strategy error in 2019.

Ferrari pushing ahead with Vettel penalty appeal

Ferrari is pushing ahead with its appeal against the controversial stewards decision that cost Sebastian Vettel victory in Canada.

Kubica clearly slower than Russell – Villeneuve

Jacques Villeneuve has not changed his controversial view about Robert Kubica’s return to Formula 1.

So much politics over F1 rules debate – Verstappen

Max Verstappen says “so much politics” is floating around in the F1 paddock at present.

Raikkonen admits Alfa Romeo lack speed

Kimi Raikkonen has admitted Alfa Romeo “lack speed” as the 2019 championship races towards mid-season.

F1 remains split over Vettel penalty controversy

Two days after the Canadian GP, Formula 1 remains split over whether the penalty that cost Sebastian Vettel victory was right or wrong.

Todt invites drivers to Paris for rules meeting

Jean Todt has invited F1 drivers to the FIA’s Paris headquarters to discuss the 2021 rules.

Ferrari’s impressive car update schedule emerges

Ferrari’s impressive schedule of forthcoming car updates has emerged.

Magnussen clarifies criticism of Haas team

Kevin Magnussen has backtracked after comments made during the Canadian GP were interpreted as harsh criticism of his Haas team.