Ferrari development driver Charles Leclerc will participate in an official Formula One practice session for the first time at the British Grand Prix.
Renault racing director Frederic Vasseur is hoping the team’s poor showing in Baku won’t be repeated at next weekend’s Austrian Grand Prix.
Sergio Perez was emphatically chosen as the Driver of the Weekend for the European Grand Prix, taking over two-thirds of the vote after his podium finish.
Pirelli has again chosen not to bring its hardest tyre compound to the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps despite the high-speed tyre blow-outs encountered last year.
Baku has replaced Valencia as the home of the European Grand Prix but it hasn’t changed this race’s reputation for tedium.
Did the rules get in the way of the action at Baku? F1’s rule books have almost doubled in size over the last decade making the sport increasingly complicated.
Lewis Hamilton’s pre-season view on the new radio restrictions was that “some will handle it better than others” – but he was caught out by them in Baku.
Sebastian Vettel says danger remains an important part of F1’s appeal but the sport must continue to improve safety standards.
The Italian Grand Prix is unlikely to move from Monza to Imola due to Italian legislation according to the president of the Automobile Club of Italy.
After two races in which Mercedes’ rivals finally seemed to have got on terms with them, Baku saw a sudden return to domination by the silver cars.
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2016 European Grand Prix weekend.
Ferrari have made an aggressive tyre selection for the next round of the championship in Austria, selecting nine sets of ultra-softs for each of their drivers.
Nico Rosberg took an emphatic victory in Baku while several of his rivals further down the order also impressed. Here’s the ratings for the full field.
Williams reached record levels of performance for speed on the track and in the pits during the European Grand Prix weekend.
“Pretty uneventful” was Daniel Ricciardo’s generous verdict on F1’s first race in Baku. Nico Rosberg won with ease while Lewis Hamilton hit trouble again.
Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen gained the most places during the European Grand Prix, while Sergio Perez made a pass he didn’t need to.
Williams produced the fastest pit stops again but they weren’t quick enough to make Felipe Massa’s two-stop strategy work.
Who do you think was the best driver during the 2016 European Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
Mercedes had pace to throw away but Red Bull struggled on both the super-soft and soft tyres, forcing them to make an extra pit stop.
The 2016 European Grand Prix in pictures.