FORMULA 1 News and Analysis
Toro Rosso returnee Daniil Kvyat said he "pushed like an animal" to recover from an error and score a point on his Formula 1 comeback in the Australian Grand Prix.
Valtteri Bottas has returned to Formula 1 this year as brilliant as the superstar he was in his junior career, reckons Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff.
Antonio Giovinazzi’s Australian Grand Prix was compromised by floor and front wing damage sustained on the opening lap.
Motorsport.com's Formula 1 journalists look back at the highs and lows of the 2019 season opener in Australia.
Though there were some sublime performances over the Australian Grand Prix weekend, no one did quite enough to start the year with a perfect score. And for some of the drivers settling into new teams, Bahrain needs to be much, much better
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Mercedes drew first blood in Formula 1’s 2019 season, Valtteri Bottas aiming verbal abuse at his critics as he headed Lewis Hamilton home in the Australian Grand Prix.
Formula 1 returned to the spiritual home of Grand Prix racing following a decade-long absence in 2018, as the distinctive blue, white and red of Paul Ricard threw open its doors. Motorsport Live looks at the French Grand Prix, and beyond the obvious reasons to experience Provence in June, why this race is a must for 2019.
Mercedes Toto Wolff says Valtteri Bottas and his engineer ignored his pre-race instructions not to take a risk by going for fastest lap in the Australian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel says his Ferrari Formula 1 car had "way less grip" in the Australian Grand Prix than it did during pre-season testing at Barcelona.
Robert Kubica says a pre-race grid panic that he could not see the start lights, plus a mirror falling off his car early in the Australian Grand Prix, added to the dramas of his Formula 1 return.
Mercedes Formula 1 driver Valtteri Bottas has explained the colourful radio message he gave to his critics after winning the Australian Grand Prix.
Red Bull Formula 1 team boss Christian Horner believes Pierre Gasly had a “very strong” first race with the team despite finishing outside of the points.
A "drained" Daniel Ricciardo has hinted that he will take a new approach to the build-up to the Australian Grand Prix in 2020.
Max Verstappen says he could "at least have a go" at his rivals at top speed during his first Formula 1 race with Red Bull's new engine partner Honda.