Formula 1 drivers were told they’d get a restart with up to four laps remaining at Monza. Their radio messages show why it never happened.
Formula 1 fans at the Italian Grand Prix were booing the FIA for failing to restart the race, not winner Max Verstappen, Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto believes.
Charles Leclerc and George Russell are the only drivers from the three front-running teams without penalties heading into this weekend’s race.
Charles Leclerc wants Formula 1 to enforce its rule forbidding drivers from dropping visor tear-offs onto the track after collecting one of Max Verstappen’s at Spa.
Ferrari say championship rivals Red Bull were “on another level” of performance at Spa, and are concerned it could be the shape of things to come.
The visor tear-off which forced Charles Leclerc to make an early pit stop in the Belgian Grand Prix was dropped by his championship rival Max Verstappen, Ferrari believe.
Charles Leclerc took responsibility for the five-second time penalty which dropped him from fifth place to sixth at the end of the Belgian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc is concerned the sudden performance advantage Red Bull demonstrated in qualifying today could be the shape of things to come.
The Belgian Grand Prix stewards have explained why Charles Leclerc will be made to start from the back of the grid following a series of grid penalties.
The controversial conclusion to last year’s Formula 1 world championship did not damage its reputation or popularity, says the series’ CEO Stefano Domenicali.
Radio messages between Charles Leclerc and Ferrari in Hungary show the team realised the hard tyres weren’t competitive but felt they had to use them.
Charles Leclerc had a 46-point lead over Max Verstappen 10 races ago. He now trails him by 80 points. How has it all gone so badly wrong for Ferrari?
The Hungarian Grand Prix weekend began with the bombshell news of Sebastian Vettel’s retirement and ended with a clue to his replacement.
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.
Red Bull believe Max Verstappen’s straight-line speed advantage at Paul Ricard would have helped him win even if Charles Leclerc hadn’t crashed out.
Max Verstappen says his lead at the top of the drivers’ championship standings is greater than it should be following his latest victory in France.
Charles Leclerc took responsibility for the crash which put him out of the French Grand Prix while he was leading.
The French Grand Prix is set to take place in heatwave conditions. Who can withstand the soaring temperatures? And will this be Paul Ricard’s last race?
Ferrari believe the performance deficit they had to the Red Bull cars earlier in the season has been effectively neutralised by a rear wing update.
Charles Leclerc, Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton, the top three finishers in today’s Austrian Grand Prix, have kept their finishing positions after an investigation by the stewards.