In the round-up: Symonds doubts F1 needs 2017 changes • Lotus ‘lost £57m’ in 2015 • Verstappen to get Bandini trophy
In the round-up: Monza and Imola vying for F1 deal • Rosberg ‘doesn’t need title’ • Teams get more radio access
The use of a crane to recover a stranded car during a European Formula Three race at Zandvoort prompted criticism over safety standards.
Mercedes only learned Nico Rosberg was under investigation for his radio message at Silverstone when they heard Red Bull tell Max Verstappen he was.
In the round-up: Sauber must respond to Manor threat – Nasr • Vandoorne ‘can do no more’ • Renault better than results – Abiteboul
In the round-up: Vandoorne takes first Super Formula pole • Force India urge radio changes • Ricciardo just unlucky – Horner
Bernie Ecclestone and Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene feature in this weekend’s Caption Competition.
In the round-up: F1 is “safe enough” – Palmer • Marchionne investigating Ferrari troubles • Give us more grip – Gutierrez
Max Verstappen was voted Driver of the Weekend for the second time this year after claiming second place in the British Grand Prix.
In the round-up: Bianchi family want memory of him “to be right” • Sauber near deal • Williams already focused on 2017
A downpour 20 minutes before the start at Silverstone raised prospects of an action-packed race – but many felt it failed to deliver.
Over 90% of you correctly predicted Lewis Hamilton would take pole position at Silverstone, but who made the best predictions of all?
In the round-up: Vandoorne alert to McLaren alternatives for 2017 • Ocon eyeing debut too • Renault investigating suspension overhaul
Nigel Mansell scored a remarkable home victory at Brands Hatch 30 years ago today driving his team mate Nelson Piquet’s spare car.
In the round-up: Opposition grows to introduction of Halo • More women in F1 now – Williams • Red Bull exaggerate engine gap – Mercedes
In the round-up: Horner predicts more radio rule infringements… • …and not in favour of Halo • Wehrlein rues tyre switch
Lewis Hamilton’s fourth British Grand Prix victory means he needs just one more to equal the most successful drivers ever at his home race.
Second place in the championship is not the place to be in IndyCar this year as for the third race running the closest rival to Simon Pagenaud hit trouble.
In the round-up: Mercedes plan to appeal Rosberg penalty • Ecclestone ‘feels sorry’ for newer fans • Palmer explains pit stop loose wheel mishap
Who do you think was the best driver during the 2016 British Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.