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In the round-up: Hamilton urges F1 to reduce car weight • Halo designs ‘will improve’ • Tost blames both drivers for crash
The championship contest took a back seat at the German Grand Prix 20 years ago today as one of the sport’s old hands returned to claim a final victory.
In the round-up: Junior series to get Halo from 2019 • Norris to test McLaren in Hungary • F1 unlikely to take over Long Beach race
In the round-up: Licence no problem for Kubica but 2017 race seat unlikely • Budget cap could lure Aston Martin into F1
In the round-up: Alonso took grid penalties at Silverstone to benefit in Hungary • Mercedes to enter Formula E • More new oil burn restrictions
The DTM season passed the halfway mark with its Russian round and the drivers left the Moscow Raceway with the top two separated by one point and a rookie in contention for the crown.
In the round-up: Nasr considering IndyCar if he fails to find F1 seat for 2018 • Honda need swift decision on engine from Sauber
Is the Halo head protection device really is popular among Formula One drivers as the FIA would like people to believe?
In the round-up: FIA: Visibility not a problem for drivers with Halo • Singapore promoter believes new contract is close
Spain’s F1 drivers of the future or Fernando Alonso’s personal army of tiny clones? Add your best idea for a caption to this picture.
In the round-up: “FIA had no choice over Halo” – Wolff • Haas to keep Grosjean and Magnussen • Kvyat wants to decide on him soon
With over 80% of players predicting Lewis Hamilton would take pole position and win at home, this was a high-scoring round for the Predictions Championship.
The FIA will introduce the Halo to Formula One next year to improve driver safety. But how big a step forward does the controversial design offer?
In the round-up: Belgian GP sold out but running a loss • Bigger ‘Day of the Dead’ theme for Mexican GP • Honda to keep same engine concept for 2018
Hideous Halo screams “health and safety” but there’s a good reason why the FIA is determined to make drivers use it in 2018.
Red Bull brought Max Verstappen in for a precautionary pit stop telling him his tyres were “right on the limit” – moments before Sebastian Vettel’s tyre let go.
In the round-up: McLaren expect no Mercedes or Ferrari deal • Vettel doubts drivers can be forced to attend promotional events • Leclerc claims Ferrari test