Lewis Hamilton, Nico Hulkenberg and Carlos Sainz Jnr were F1 Fanatic’s Star Performance in the Singapore Grand Prix. Here’s why.
Sebastian Vettel apologised to his team on the radio after the crash which eliminated him and team mate Kimi Raikkonen from the Singapore Grand Prix.
Renault lapped almost six seconds quicker than they managed last year in Singapore, while Ferrari smashed the old track record by three seconds.
Nico Hulkenberg was especially satisfied to out-qualify both the McLaren drivers in Singapore. Here’s what he and the rest said on their radios.
Fernando Alonso aimed another barb at Honda on the radio shortly before McLaren announced their split from the engine manufacturer.
From the long straights of Monza to the twisty streets of Singapore is about as great a contrast as you’ll find on the 2017 F1 calendar.
No team has ever scored a one-two in the Singapore Grand Prix. Will Ferrari change that in the tenth running of the race this weekend?
“I really don’t care any more” was Max Verstappen’s surprising response when asked about the collision with Felipe Massa which ruined his race.
Lewis Hamilton, Esteban Ocon, Daniel Ricciardo and Lance Stroll were F1 Fanatic’s stars of the Italian Grand Prix weekend. Here’s why.
Fernando Alonso took a swipe at Valtteri Bottas after his McLaren was lapped by the Mercedes during the Italian Grand Prix.
Rain was the big talking point on day two at Monza. Several drivers complained about the conditions before qualifying was delayed for over two hours.
Daniil Kvyat was at odds with his race engineer about whether rain was falling during Italian Grand Prix practice at Monza.
A furious Esteban Ocon demanded his team mate Sergio Perez receive race bans for both of the incidents between the pair at Spa.
Monza is all about sheer engine grunt. But it also has a few quick corners through which the 2017 cars should be very impressive this year.
The record for the fastest ever lap by an F1 car at any track could be broken this weekend – and Michael Schumacher’s pole record may fall too.
Lewis Hamilton, Daniel Ricciardo and Romain Grosjean are F1 Fanatic’s stars of the Belgian Grand Prix weekend. Here’s why.
Lewis Hamilton was unhappy the Safety Car was brought out during the Belgian Grand Prix. Here’s what he and the other drivers had to say during the race.
Sebastian Vettel thanked team mate Kimi Raikkonen for giving him a tow on his qualifying lap, and they weren’t the only team mates slipstreaming each other.
Ominously for the competition, Mercedes are even further ahead than they were 12 months ago at Spa-Francorchamps.
Max Verstappen gave a surprising reply when told he’d lapped quicker than the Mercedes drivers during practice. Here’s what he and the others said on the radio.