24 JUNE 2016

F1 must change or disappear says Abiteboul

Cyril Abiteboul on Friday has given a hard-hitting interview with the German press, boldly criticising key aspects of the sport.

F1 to drop European races says Ecclestone

Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed reports he intends to drop "one or two" European rounds from the F1 calendar.

Prost says Baku coverage a disaster

Alain Prost has described the coverage of last weekend's inaugural race in Baku as a "disaster".

Williams recapturing winning mentality says Smedley

Williams is working to rediscover its "winning mentality", according to Rob Smedley.

Alonso wants third title in 2017

Fernando Alonso says he hopes to be fighting for the world championship in 2017.

Todt plays down future F1 race clashes

Jean Todt has paved the road for more high-profile date clashes between key races like F1 grands prix and the iconic Le Mans.

Force India not unhappy with Hulkenberg

The impressive form of Sergio Perez does not mean Force India is unhappy with his teammate.

Raikkonen alternatives potentially faster says Prost

F1 legend Alain Prost has weighed into Ferrari's deliberations about the future of Kimi Raikkonen.

Verstappen listened after Monaco crashes says Marko

Dr Helmut Marko says Max Verstappen has learned a valuable lesson after his 'hero to zero' outing in Monaco last month.

23 JUNE 2016

Teams open to selling Perez, Sainz to Ferrari

The respective bosses of the two drivers most strongly linked with a move to Ferrari say they are open to talking with the Italian team about a buyout.

Slim eyes eight-digit boost for Perez's Ferrari seat

Sergio Perez's bid for a Ferrari race cockpit for 2017 could have got an eight-digit boost.

Brazil promoter slams Massa over GP comments

The promoter of Brazil's F1 race has slammed Felipe Massa for saying it is "possible" Interlagos will be axed from the calendar.

Red Bull could sell Sainz deal to Renault?

There could be more than meets the eye to the re-signing by Red Bull of Carlos Sainz for 2017.

Fittipaldi backs end of Aeroscreen momentum

Former F1 driver Christian Fittipaldi has backed reports that Red Bull's 'Aeroscreen' concept has been put on the back burner.

Marko says Kvyat could stay at Toro Rosso

Dr Helmut Marko has suggested Daniil Kvyat stands a strong chance of keeping his place at Toro Rosso beyond the end of 2016.

Rosberg ready to beat Hamilton in 2016 says Montagny

Former F1 driver Franck Montagny thinks Nico Rosberg is ready to win his first world championship in 2016.

22 JUNE 2016

Allison says 2017 cars to be 'beautiful'

F1 is creating a fleet of "beautiful" next-generation cars.

Todt plays down need for radio ban rethink

Jean Todt has played down the need for F1 to revisit the controversial ban on certain pit-to-driver radio communications.

Dave Ryan sure McLaren will win again

Dave Ryan is sure McLaren will eventually returning to winning ways in F1.

Capito to start at McLaren in late August

A couple more months will pass until McLaren's new chief executive will start work at the Woking team.

Tost hopes to keep Toro Rosso drivers for 2017

Toro Rosso boss Franz Tost said he would be happy if the Faenza team lined up with the same drivers in 2017.

Official says Monza deal now 'on the home straight'

Italian automobile club (Aci) chief Angelo Sticchi Damiani says a new F1 race deal for Monza beyond 2016 is now "on the home straight".

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2016 Spanish GP Photo Prints

Sideview Cartoon - Ferrari's Briefing

By Carlo Baffi

Ferrari's Briefing

Straight Talk - Two Lost Opportunities

By Luis Vasconcelos

Ferrari threw away the chance of upsetting the form book in Montreal when Sebastian Vettel was called into the pits on lap 11 of the Canadian Grand Prix, effectively committing the German to a two-stops strategy on a day tyre degradation was remarkably low.

Sideview Cartoon - Ricciardo's Nightmare

By Carlo Baffi

Ricciardo's Nightmare

Straight Talk - Peace in our time

By Luis Vasconcelos

The Monaco Grand Prix gave Lewis Hamilton a much deserved first victory of the year, but to achieve the win the triple World Champion benefited from two events that were out of his control: Nico Rosberg accepting to let him through at the start of lap 16 and Red Bull's terrible pit stop blunder on lap 32, robbing the Australian of a victory that was fully deserved...

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