In the round-up: Kvyat: Sainz should speak to me “if he’s brave enough” • Palmer hits out at questions over form • US GP qualifying rescheduled
A low-scoring round for the top players in the Predictions Championship means the points situation has closed up following the Canadian Grand Prix.
Toyota’s president suggested hybrid technology may be “not yet ready for the long distance of the 24 Hours of Le Mans” after failing to win the race.
In the round-up: Todt looking for ‘strong’ new teams • ‘China F1 Team’ name registered in UK • Liberty ‘will honour’ Sky-only deal
In the round-up: Hasegawa insists position is safe • Brawn keen to cut costs as priority • Porsche to attend Austrian GP engine meeting
In the round-up: Whiting reportedly approves Imola for future F1 action • Kubica ‘not on Renaults 2018 list • Ecclestone to be honoured at Goodwood
In the round-up: Steiner not agaist expanded calendar • Formula One ‘too technical’ – Kaltenborn • Palmer admits to overdriving
In the round-up: Kubica ‘fitter than his golden years’ • Consistency key to Bottas’s Mercedes future • Rosberg was ‘vicious’ – Wolff
What happened when Red Bull’s four drivers shared a raft during? That’s for you to decide in this week’s Caption Competition.
In the round-up: Chase Carey to start Le Mans 24 Hours • Renault warn Palmer to deliver • Magnussen prefers Haas atmosphere
In the round-up: Massa considering staying on in 2018 • Kubica ‘has the pace’ says Renault • Pirelli working on wet tyres
Twenty years ago today the Wall of Champions claimed the home favourite in Montreal but another driver had a much more serious crash.
In the round-up: Force India owner Vijay Mallya says he is considering changing the name of his Formula One team.
From Daniil Kvyat swearing to Fernando Alonso despairing, it was business as usual on the team radios during the Canadian Grand Prix. Here’s the transcript.
In the round-up: Hamilton “undoubtedly” at Senna’s level – Lowe • Pirelli doubt Vettel gained from tests • Perez “did not disobey team”
In the round-up: Verstappen rues “crap” season so far • Sainz crash like Spa ’12 – Grosjean • Mercedes worked 24-seven on Monaco problems
Lewis Hamilton took his fourth grand slam and equalled Ayrton Senna’s pole positions tally in Canada. Meanwhile Lance Stroll took his first points.
It wasn’t a showdown between the title rivals or a one-stop procession. Lewis Hamilton’s third win came in a lively race and closed up the title fight.