27 JULY 2016

Vettel still patient for Ferrari success

Sebastian Vettel says he remains "patient" for success at Ferrari.

Renault only 47hp behind now says Horner

Engine performance in formula one appears to be rapidly converging.

Hockenheim revs up anti-terrorism security

Hockenheim has ramped up security for this weekend's German grand prix following a spate of terrorist attacks in the country and Europe.

Officials admit German GP future in doubt

After a gap year, the German grand prix might be back this weekend but the future of the country's place on the calendar remains in doubt.

Doornbos sides with Hamilton over yellow flags

A former F1 driver has sided with world champion Lewis Hamilton over the yellow flag controversy of Hungary.

McLaren-Honda relationship closer than ever

McLaren and Honda have hailed the state of their current working relationship.

26 JULY 2016

Vettel backs Hamilton over yellow flags

Claims Lewis Hamilton triggered the late stewards investigation into teammate Nico Rosberg's pole position have been played down.

Alonso admits 2016 podium unlikely

Fernando Alonso has admitted that he is unlikely to finish on the podium in 2016.

Kvyat set for Red Bull split?

Red Bull does not intend to renew its contract with Toro Rosso driver Daniil Kvyat for 2017.

Montreal mayor plays down F1 race fears

Montreal's mayor has played down reports the 2017 Canadian grand prix is in serious doubt.

Ecclestone's mother-in-law kidnapped?

Brazilian kidnappers are reportedly demanding $37 million in ransom for the release of F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone's mother-in-law.

Villeneuve tips Rosberg for 2016 title

Jacques Villeneuve thinks Nico Rosberg will bounce back from losing his world championship lead for the first time in 2016.

Keeping Haryanto is plan A according to Manor

Manor says its "plan A" is to keep Indonesian rookie Rio Haryanto on the team in 2016.

25 JULY 2016

McLaren plays down Vandoorne to Manor rumour

McLaren has played down rumours Stoffel Vandoorne could be on the verge of returning to the F1 grid.

Button undecided over next career step

Kimi Raikkonen could be left as the clear elder statesman of F1 should Jenson Button retire at the end of the season.

Arrivabene plays down Vettel, Allison rumours

Maurizio Arrivabene has broken his silence to play down speculation Ferrari could be about to lose Sebastian Vettel and James Allison.

F1 rules on agenda for strategy group

The abundance of rules in F1 today will be discussed by the strategy group in Geneva later this week.

Hungary GP boring says Montagny

Former F1 driver Franck Montagny said the spectacle of the 2016 season hit a low in Hungary.

McLaren should be on podium by now says Ramirez

Retired McLaren veteran Jo Ramirez says he thinks the Woking team is behind schedule.

Race Report - Ten Crucial Seconds

Hungarian GP - Race Report
By Dan Knutson in Budapest

24 JULY 2016

Race Notes - Hamilton takes fifth win

Hungarian GP - Race Notes

Sunday Photos

Hungarian GP - Sunday Photos

Sunday Press Conference

Hungarian GP - Sunday Press Conference

Sunday Team Quotes

Hungarian GP - Sunday Team Quotes

Race Results

Hungarian GP - Race Results

Wolff thinks F1 too cautious on safety

Toto Wolff thinks F1 has become "a little over-cautious" in the wake of Jules Bianchi's death.

Red Bull well-positioned for future says Marko

Dr Helmut Marko is confident Red Bull will be ready to challenge Mercedes for the title in 2017.

Wolff plays down threat to Bottas F1 future

Toto Wolff has played down the uncertainty surrounding Valtteri Bottas' future on the F1 grid.

Ferrari racing heavier car in Hungary

Ferrari's car became 2 kilograms heavier ahead of the Hungarian grand prix weekend.

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2016 Spanish GP Photo Prints

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.

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.

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