Alfa Romeo’s Xevi Pujolar says the team “need” to take points in this weekend’s Japanese GP, having scored only once in the last eight races.
Frederic Vasseur says Alfa Romeo have “the perfect” combination of drivers in Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu, both who are staying on with the team for a second season next year
The FIA’s decision to postpone the start of the Singapore Grand Prix and its delayed call to activate DRS in the rain-hit race have been supported.
Formula 1 faces “huge” implications if it fails to enforce its budget cap, Ferrari has said, as the sport awaits a decision on whether teams complied with the spending limit last year.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says the team has identified how to gain a significant amount of the performance which is missing from its 2022 car.
Lewis Hamilton says a team that exceeds the budget cap could see ‘real alterations in car performance’ and F1 ‘definitely has to take it seriously’.
Carlos Sainz Jnr admitted he lacked confidence during the Singapore Grand Prix and was unhappy with his pace.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl praised the team’s strategy after they took their biggest points haul from a grand prix this year.
Max Verstappen will clinch the championship if he wins and sets fastest lap this weekend – but that’s not the only way he could claim his second title in Japan.
Aston Martin moved up two places in the championship in Singapore, which team principal Mike Krack said was a “welcome reward” for their efforts.
Haas insist there was “no need” for Kevin Magnussen to be shown the black-and-orange flag for the third time this year in yesterday’s Singapore Grand Prix.
Zhou Guanyu says Nicholas Latifi should pay more attention to his mirrors after the pair’s collision yesterday which put both drivers out of the Singapore Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc said he threw everything he had at Sergio Perez in his attempt to pass the Red Bull driver to win the Singapore Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton offered his apologies to his Mercedes team after falling from third on the grid to ninth in the Singapore Grand Prix.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner criticised the length of time taken by the stewards to confirm Sergio Perez as the winner of the Singapore Grand Prix.
Sergio Perez has been confirmed as the winner of the Singapore Grand Prix following an investigation into his driving behind the Safety Car.
Max Verstappen was left frustrated after he finished a scrappy Singapore Grand Prix in seventh place following a costly error.
Sergio Perez expects he will keep his victory in the Singapore Grand Prix after the hearing over his driving behind the Safety Car during the race.
Singapore Grand Prix winner Sergio Perez does not know why he is under investigation over a Safety Car infringement, following complaints from Lewis Hamilton and Charles Leclerc.