The significance of Red Bull's result in the Japanese Grand Prix goes deeper than just a P3 and P4 finish.
Mercedes had an implosion in the Austrian Grand Prix, with both drivers retiring from the race with mechanical trouble. But, what role did Ferrari play?
Pirelli is responsible for choosing the best tyres for a Formula 1 race. Yet, It appears something went eerily wrong when they picked for the Canadian GP.
Kimi Raikkonen described his Chinese Grand Prix as "painful" and it's not hard to understand why. After the first lap, Raikkonen had dropped from his front-row grid slot to a meager fourth. Then, when he emerged from his solitary pit stop on lap 27, the Ferrari was down in an effective P6...
Throughout the entire 2017 season, Mercedes and Ferrari have generally been separated by the most finite margins. In Russia, Spain, Austria and Belgium, the Silver Arrows just snuck home for victory, winning all of those races by less than five seconds.
Red Bull may have used the 'clap' and 'fistpump' emojis on Twitter to show positive feelings toward their stunning double podium in Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix, but is the result really worth celebrating?
For the first time ever in 2017, Sebastian Vettel is no longer the leader of Formula 1's Drivers World Championship.
The 2017 Hungarian Grand Prix was a pretty tense race. Once Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen made their solitary pit stops on lap 32 and 33 respectively, the pendulum of pace began to swing in favor of Mercedes-Benz.
In recent months, Jolyon Palmer has faced mostly negative feedback of his performances from fans through various social media platforms. A simple Twitter search of his name instantly brought up a particular tweet from '@Nadal_LH_Fan' which referred to the British driver and "embarrassment."
After another underwhelming finish in the recent Austrian Grand Prix for Kimi Raikkonen, he's come under fire from the CEO of Ferrari, Sergio Marchionne.
Red Bull Racing have shown up at the 2017 Azerbaijan Grand Prix with some shocking pace hidden up their sleeve.
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.
Only 6.250s separated Lewis Hamilton from Sebastian Vettel when they crossed the finish line for the 2017 Chinese Grand Prix.
In this video we go on board with Lewis Hamilton for his pole lap around the sensational Shanghai International Circuit for the Chinese Grand Prix, Round 2 of the 2017 Formula 1 World Championship.