Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc swapped places at the top of the times sheets in the second practice session at Sochi, with the Red Bull driver coming out on top.
Pictures from the first day of practice for the 2019 Russian Grand Prix.
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Esteban Ocon will have a last chance to drive a Mercedes Formula 1 car in next week’s tyre test before he joins Renault for next season.
As Dieter Rencken arrives in Sochi for the Russian Grand Prix it quickly transpires the Black Sea resort won’t be welcoming Formula 1 for much longer.
Charles Leclerc narrowly led Red Bull rival Max Verstappen in the first practice session for the Russian Grand Prix.
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Mercedes could set their longest losing streak of the V6 hybrid era – but Sochi has been one of their strongest tracks. Here are the Russian Grand Prix talking points.
Renault junior drivers Guanyu Zhou, Jack Aitken, Max Fewtrell, Christian Lundgaard and Ye Yifei are all wearing the helmet design of the late Anthoine Hubert in this weekend’s F1 support races at Sochi.
Daniil Kvyat says moving the Russian Grand Prix from Sochi Autodrom could help more fans attend the race, including those from Finland.
Max Verstappen is not concerned about incurring a grid penalty for the second time in three races after having another new engine fitted to his Red Bull.
Max Verstappen, Alexander Albon, Pierre Gasly and Daniil Kvyat will take grid penalties this weekend as Honda introduces a new engine ahead of its home race.
Formula 1 could see its first wet Russian Grand Prix in Sochi this weekend. The risk of rain will be highest during Saturday.
It’s the Russian Grand Prix this weekend. Don’t want to miss any of the live action? Here are the times for all of this weekend’s sessions, plus F2 and F3.
The starting times for the 2019 Formula 1 race, qualifying and practice sessions have been confirmed. Add them to your calendar here.
The FIA World Motor Sport Council has approved the 2019 F1 calendar with no changes to the 21 race dates and venues which were proposed by Formula One Management.
Formula One Management has revealed a draft 2019 F1 calendar which features 21 races including a German Grand Prix.
The 2019 F1 calendar is expected to feature 20 rounds, one fewer than this year, and will be announced before the next round, RaceFans understands.