McLaren race director has said wins may be possible as a customer team but only works teams can challenge for titles.
In the round-up: Hulkenberg reveals Renault’s weakness – how to build a circuit out of pastis – Wolff on teenagers with ‘pushy parents’
In the round-up: Raikkonen doesn’t expect world to change at French GP – where does Ricciardo live in the new Honda/Red Bull shack-up – Aitken’s tart addiction
In the round-up: Haas ‘good at losing opportunities’ – Vergne stripped of Le Mans win – Sirotkin playing a part at Williams
In the round-up: Leclerc collects home races – Alonso’s extraordinary night stint brings Le Mans victory – Di Resta apologises for team’s ass-busting
In the round-up: F1 Fridays ‘bite’ Wolff – Button’s ‘soul-destroying’ Le Mans – McLaren factory disquiet summons Whitmarsh
In the round-up: closing the VSC loophole – McLaren considering Le Mans entry – Button’s ‘500km/h’ shock
200-item personal Schumacher collection opens
In the round-up: Hamilton welcomes Marquez – Alonso’s political career – Renault appoint Mercedes engineer as Red Bull complain
In the round-up: Carey says F1 “like World Cup” – Verstappen’s bad luck – Toyota deny plan for Alonso Le Mans win
In the round-up: Toyota is a Le Mans ‘contender’ – Alonso • Guy Martin to race Jenson Button at Silverstone • Kimi Raikkonen has ‘reached the end of the road’
In the round-up: Perez suggests heavy Halo may make overtaking harder • Honda see “noticeable increase” in performance • Renault urge Red Bull to decide on power unit
Lucas di Grassi won a crazy race as Formula E brought motor sport back to Switzerland but Jean-Eric Vergne lost his cool as Sam Bird slashed his points lead.
Jean-Eric Vergne’s chances of sealing the Formula E championship with two races to go took a hit in qualifying for this weekend’s race in Switzerland.
Artem Markelov returned to the scene of his first victory in the F1 support series with a “masterclass” second win in the Monaco Formula Two feature race.
Audi has become the second Formula E team in the history of the championship to score a one-two finish. Daniel Abt led Lucas di Grassi to the chequered flag.
Daniel Abt kept pole position for his home round in Berlin following a stewards’ investigation.
Women will take part in Formula E’s inaugural event in Saudi Arabia this year, even if there are none among the drivers competing in the country’s first race.
Jean-Eric Vergne won his home Eprix in Paris with a flawless drive, leading all but one lap and keeping out of controversy that dogged the fight behind him.
Formula E championship leader Jean-Eric Vergne took pole position for his home Eprix, dominating on the streets of Paris and setting a new lap record.