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Robert Kubica approaches this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix with little hope of moving off the back of the grid with the current Williams. But if there's anywhere Kubica has excelled in the past, it's drivers circuits like in Monte Carlo
Haas driver Kevin Magnussen topped the second morning of Formula 1 testing in Barcelona, lapping just 0.081s faster than Ferrari's Antonio Fuoco.
Formula 1 test debutant Callum Ilott says he was caught off guard by the “weird” moment that led to him spinning his Alfa Romeo and crashing into the barrier at high speed.
Valtteri Bottas topped the first day of the Barcelona Formula 1 test with a laptime just a tenth of a second slower than his Spanish Grand Prix pole position mark.
Valtteri Bottas looked unstoppable heading into the Spanish Grand Prix race day, but ended up defeated. Though he put it down to a mischievous clutch and bad start, there was more to it than that
Ferrari ended Formula 1's last visit to Barcelona as a clear favourite after a stellar pre-season testing programme. But it heads into the fifth round of the season still yet to win a race in 2019, and based on the evidence of Friday practice that wait may continue.
Valtteri Bottas topped the second Formula 1 free practice session for the Spanish Grand Prix, outpacing Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton by 0.049s.
Red Bull is running a unique Formula 1 front suspension design with two separate legs replacing the conventional single-piece wishbone.
Valtteri Bottas claimed a surprise pole position for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix after pre-qualifying favourite Charles Leclerc crashed out in Q2.
Ferrari has been outclassed by Mercedes in the first three races of the 2019 season. There is a key reason for this, which is rooted in Mercedes development programme and is something Mattia Binotto must be allowed to attempt to reproduce.
It has been mooted that Formula 1 could introduce an extra segment in qualifying to add extra jeopardy for the bigger teams. But is this going dangerously close to trying to fix something that isn't broken as F1 did with the 2016 elimination debacle?
Mercedes' emphatic Chinese Grand Prix performance suggests Ferrari's pacesetting form in Bahrain was an outlier, with three key shortcomings on display at Shanghai. Given its rival looks formidable, what hope does Ferrari have of hitting back?