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Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton understands Charles Leclerc’s frustration with team orders at Ferrari, because feeling he had his “light dimmed” at McLaren in 2007 pushed him to “rebel”.
Carlos Sainz says McLaren's straightline speed has been "one of the best things" about the start of the 2019 Formula 1 season.
Sebastian Vettel has explained the mysterious ‘we had it’ radio remark he made after losing out to Mercedes rivals in qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix a fortnight ago.
Max Verstappen says he doesn't mind taking a penalty hit later in the Formula 1 season if it means that Honda's engine performance continues to improve.
Liberty Media’s former SVP of Corporate Development, Yavor Efremov, to steward the organisation’s future
Toro Rosso has changed the approach that Alex Albon will have for Friday practice in a bid to help the Formula 1 rookie get up to speed quicker.
Robert Kubica says Williams does not yet have a "clear solution" to the differences between his and teammate George Russell's cars this year.
The cars may seem evenly matched on paper, but the video tells the truth.
Baku has been a highlight of Williams's past two - increasingly tough - seasons. As Robert Kubica opens up about how much his team's poor start is affecting everyone involved, will this weekend's Azerbaijan Grand Prix provide any relief?
Robert Kubica believes Williams's slump to the back of the grid is not a "one-man issue", even though chief technical officer Paddy Lowe is leaving the Formula 1 team.
Ahead of an Azerbaijan Grand Prix that has become of the most unpredictable dates on the Formula 1 calendar, Julia Piquet picks the five main themes to watch for in Baku.
Promoted: The INFINITI Engineering Academy is on the look-out for engineering students to take part in its latest F1 programme.