Valtteri Bottas has “exceeded” the expectations set by Mercedes after seven rounds of the 2017 Formula 1 season, according to Head of Mercedes AMG Motorsport Toto Wolff. … More Valtteri Bottas has “exceeded” our expectations – Toto Wolff
Max Verstappen admitted to media after the 2017 Canadian Grand Prix he’s “tired” of the constant power unit reliability issues Red Bull have suffered throughout the first seven rounds of 2017. … More Max Verstappen: I’m “tired” of Red Bull’s constant reliability failures
Despite losing the majority of his Friday practice running to PU issues for the 2017 Canadian Grand Prix, McLaren’s Fernando Alonso still feels he can achieve a Q3 spot during Saturday’s qualifying session. … More Fernando Alonso targeting Q3 appearance for Canada qualifying
With Lewis Hamilton’s gap to World Championship leader Sebastian Vettel resting at just 25 points after six rounds in 2017; the upcoming Canadian Grand Prix could be set to make things even worse for the Silver Arrows, according to themselves. … More Analysis: Mercedes to struggle in Canada?
Since the introduction of the V6-Hybrid-Turbo regulations in 2014; the podium at the Monaco Grand Prix has always included a positive winner, a disappointed loser, and a driver who’s just happy to be there. … More Is there a new ‘curse’ hanging over the Monaco Grand Prix?
“This is your last bite at the cherry,” Lewis Hamilton was told by race engineer Pete Bonnington in the final minutes of Monaco Grand Prix’s Q2 session. … More How McLaren are still deciding World Championships from the back of the grid
Never seen before turbo-charger issues caused Valtteri Bottas to retire on lap 39 from the 2017 Spanish Grand Prix, Toto Wolff has revealed ahead of this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix. … More Valtteri Bottas’ Spanish GP retirement sparks new reliability concerns for Mercedes
On the eve of qualifying for the 2017 Spanish Grand Prix, Auto Bild, a German motoring website, reported the McLaren-Honda project has broken down and the two companies are facing an “imminent separation” … More Is Auto Bild correct when they say, ‘McLaren will split from Honda for 2018’?
Scuderia Ferrari’s new design of driver numbers on their cars, which has been introduced for this weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix, has provided an awesome memory back to their old classical days. … More Ferrari add classic twist to new number designs
Ferrari took their first pole position in over a year at the 2017 Russian Grand Prix, but was it wholly fair? … More Did Sebastian Vettel deserve a penalty in the 2017 Russian GP?
Mercedes AMG Team Principal Toto Wolff and Technical Director James Allison have both admitted the German outfit still has “work to do” after Lewis Hamilton’s Russian Grand Prix was heavily compromised by over-heating. … More Mercedes admit there’s “work to do” after Hamilton’s Russian GP troubles
After suffering troubles with his chassis and power unit in the days before the Russian Grand Prix, Jolyon Palmer was hoping his fortunes would turn around for Sunday’s race. … More Opinion: Jolyon Palmer criticism is unjustified and unfair
Mercedes AMG Team Prinicpal Toto Wolff is adamant driver error is to blame for his team’s woes in qualifying after Ferrari took their first pole position and front row lockout of the season. … More Toto Wolff: Valtteri Bottas driver error cost Mercedes pole in Sochi
Despite topping the second free practice session for the 2017 Russian Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel is adamant the Sochi circuit “looks like a Mercedes one.” … More “This track looks like a Mercedes one” – Vettel
After playing catch up since Formula 1 introduced V6-Hybrids in 2014, it’s now suggested Ferrari may have surpassed Mercedes in outright pace from their power unit. … More Ferrari’s power unit better than that of Mercedes?