26 AUGUST 2016

Practice 2 Report - Our Hero

Belgian GP - Practice 2 Report
By Dan Knutson in Spa-Francorchamps

Friday Photos

Belgian GP - Friday Photos

Friday Team Quotes

Belgian GP - Friday Team Quotes

Friday Press Conference

Belgian GP - Friday Press Conference

Practice 2 Results

Belgian GP - Practice 2 Results

Bottas not confirming Renault switch reports

Valtteri Bottas has refused to confirm or deny reports he has received an offer to switch to Renault for 2017.

Vettel knows Ferrari form will take time

Sebastian Vettel says he remains patient as Ferrari builds back up to winning form.

Perez plays down Renault sponsor clash

Sergio Perez has played down suggestions a clash of sponsors could thwart his next move in formula one.

Sainz impressed with McLaren progress

Carlos Sainz says he has been impressed with the progress being made by McLaren-Honda.

Button probably will stay in F1

Jenson Button says his plans beyond 2016 will be known "soon".

Haas unmoved over Gutierrez rumours

Haas boss Gunther Steiner will not say if Esteban Gutierrez is staying at the new American team for its second season in 2017.

Magnussen admits talks with Renault rivals

Kevin Magnussen has admitted he has been in contact with other teams because Renault is yet to sign him up for the 2017 season.

Sauber looks to rebuild tattered team

Sauber is starting to rebuild its tattered organisation after almost succumbing to financial woes in 2016.

Practice 1 Report - The Repeat

Belgian GP - Practice 1 Report
By Dan Knutson in Spa-Francorchamps

Practice 1 Results

Belgian GP - Practice 1 Results

Public needs miracle to see Schumacher again

A "miracle" is what is needed if the public wants to ever again see F1 legend Michael Schumacher.

New teammate Ocon interests Wehrlein

Pascal Wehrlein used the summer break to sit his theory test for the C1 truck license category.

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Thursday Press Conference

Belgian GP - Thursday Press Conference

Hulkenberg to also test Halo at Spa

Nico Rosberg will not be the only F1 driver trying the 'Halo' cockpit protection device in Friday practice.

Hamilton not angry but plays down Spa win

Lewis Hamilton on Thursday insisted he is not angry with Mercedes as he faces a difficult weekend at Spa.

Vandoorne says he could leave McLaren

Stoffel Vandoorne says that if he doesn't race for McLaren next year, he could go elsewhere in pitlane.

Engine upgrades abound ahead of Spa

Ferrari is not the only team taking engine upgrades to this weekend's Belgian grand prix.

Huge performance leap for 2017 says Hembery

Paul Hembery has tipped a huge performance leap for formula one as a result of the rules changes for 2017.

Rosberg questions Hamilton

Nico Rosberg has all guns blazing as he bids to put his world championship campaign back on track at Spa and beyond.

Indycar, WEC alternatives fade for Massa

Felipe Massa has played down any claims he might keep his racing dream alive for 2017 by switching to Indycar.

Vandoorne ready for F1 says Capito

McLaren's incoming chief executive says Stoffel Vandoorne is ready for F1.

Schumacher's fate tragic says Brawn

25 years after observing the meteoric start to the most successful career in F1 history, Ross Brawn says the fate of Michael Schumacher is nothing short of "tragic".

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2016 Spanish GP Photo Prints

Sideview Cartoon - The genie of Maranello

By Carlo Baffi

The genie of Maranello

Straight Talk - Williams at a crossroad

By Luis Vasconcelos

There is no hiding the 2016 season has been disappointing for Williams. After two years during which Sir Frank's team punched above its weight, finishing third in the both in 2014 and 2015, the Grove-based team has not only dropped clearly behind Red Bull and Ferrari, but also started to fall into the clutches of Force India and, more recently, Toro Rosso and McLaren-Honda.

Sideview Cartoon - Stars' War

By Carlo Baffi

Stars' War

Straight Talk - Time for a change?

By Luis Vasconcelos

"I'll put my head in a bucket of cold water, that is the next thing I will do after this", said a visibly irritated Toto Wolff when facing the media just one hour after Mercedes' two drivers collided - for the second time in five races - at the start of the last lap of the Austrian Grand Prix.

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