Daniel Ricciardo isn’t concerned about Red Bull’s faltering start to testing today and says the team has a lot more to come from its car.
Fernando Alonso admitted McLaren’s start to testing was “definitely not perfect” after problems relating to his power unit limited him to just 29 laps on day one.
Esteban Ocon discussed Nico Rosberg’s shock retirement, the sad demise of his former team Manor and the gruelling lengths he’s gone to prepare for 2017.
Kimi Raikkonen reported no problems with Ferrari’s new F1 car following its first run at the team’s Fiorano test track today.
Lewis Hamilton has called on Formula One to drop its restrictions on how the sport can be promoted via social media.
Lewis Hamilton has said his views on data sharing were not intended as a criticism of Mercedes or his new team mate Valtteri Bottas.
Paul di Resta will remain Williams’ reserve driver for a second season, the team has announced. The ex-Force India racer joined the team last year.
Formula One fans should be allowed to get close to the action like they are at NASCAR tracks, according to Lewis Hamilton.
Lewis Hamilton says Formula One’s larger cars for 2017 will take some getting used to after seeing the “much bigger” Mercedes W08.
Lewis Hamilton wants Mercedes to stop his team mates from being able to study his data because “they can just copy you”.
Pascal Wehrlein has confirmed an injury will stop him from taking part in what would have been his first test for new team Sauber.
A fan filmed video of Sebastian Vettel’s crash which brought an early end to his wet weather tyre test at Fiorano today.
Sauber has rejected claims Pascal Wehrlein could miss the start of F1 testing due to his Race of Champions injury as “speculation”.
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Felipe Massa says he “would not have returned for any other team” having abandoned his retirement plans to replace Valtteri Bottas at Williams.
Valtteri Bottas has landed the prized seat at Mercedes for 2017 which was left vacant by outgoing world champion Nico Rosberg.
Felipe Massa has cut short his retirement plans and will return to racing in 2017, Williams has announced.
Pascal Wehrlein will join Sauber for his second season of F1 in 2017, the team has confirmed.