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Refuelling return ‘may not change strategy much’ 29th May 2015, 17:50

The F1 Strategy Group’s plan to bring back refuelling in 2017 may have little effect on race strategies, according to Lotus technical director Nick Chester.

‘Of course I didn’t brake-test Verstappen’ – Grosjean

Romain Grosjean has had his say in the row about his crash with Max Verstappen and denied claims he “brake-tested” the Toro Rosso driver.

Forget surveys, here’s what F1 can learn from Monaco

Monaco showed if the FIA and FOM want to inject more excitement into F1 they need to bombard teams with variables and stop them spending their way to success.

FIA makes fresh appeal for new entrants to F1

In the round-up: FIA invites new teams to F1 again • De Villota family to seek compensation • Ecclestone eager for India return in 2016

‘Are you sure it’s best to stay out?’ Radio call which cost Hamilton victory revealed 28th May 2015, 23:20

The radio message which cost Lewis Hamilton a likely victory in the Monaco Grand Prix has been revealed for the first time.

20 years ago today: F1’s last race with a full grid

The 1995 Monaco Grand Prix was the last to feature a full field of F1 cars, and saw Michael Schumacher beat Damon Hill to take a crucial victory.

Grosjean did not brake earlier in crash – Lotus

In the round-up: Grosjean ‘did not brake-test Verstappen’ • Louder engines possible in 2016 • Mallya expects regular points with new car

2015 Monaco Grand Prix team radio transcript 27th May 2015, 12:00

“If that’s not a penalty then nothing is a penalty” – Kimi Raikkonen was unhappy with Daniel Ricciardo’s driving in the Monaco Grand Prix.

Alonso’s better off at McLaren than Ferrari – Briatore

In the round-up: McLaren better for Alonso than Ferrari – Briatore • Arrests made over Red Bull trophies theft • New front wing test imposed

Mercedes answers fans on Hamilton’s Monaco strategy error and rubbishes conspiracy claims 26th May 2015, 19:17

Mercedes motorsport chief Toto Wolff responded to fans’ questions about the team’s Monaco race strategy which cost Lewis Hamilton a likely victory.

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