After the events of Silverstone, Jenson Button expects the title scrap between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen to step up in intensity. This is the first time that the duo have gone head-to-head in pursuit of the Drivers’ Championship, and it had been a rivalry contested with a healthy level
George Russell says if the FIA continue to give out too many penalties, it could discourage drivers from racing each other to their full capabilities. The stewards have had several issues to deal with in both the Austrian and British Grands Prix, with penalties being issued up and down the
Lewis Hamilton’s McLaren MP4-25A attracted a record £4,836,000 sale at an open auction held at Silverstone. Hamilton won three races in 2010 driving the MP4-25A, and prospective buyers – and fans – at Silverstone were able to take a closer look at the car after McLaren put on a demonstration
Toto Wolff says Lewis Hamilton is becoming a convert to the benefits of the Mercedes simulator, which helped him significantly at Silverstone. While many drivers find the sim a useful aid in learning how their car will operate on certain tracks, the seven-time World Champion has tended to be more
Andreas Seidl says Formula 1’s first foray into sprint qualifying didn’t offer any “big surprises” or “big learnings” for McLaren. Last time out at Silverstone, Formula 1 trialed a sprint qualifying race weekend format. That meant qualifying took place on Friday evening with Lando Norris P6 to Daniel Ricciardo’s P7,
Valtteri Bottas will for the rest of this season, or as long as the championship battle rages, be Lewis Hamilton’s wingman. That’s according to Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff. This year’s championship is shaping up to be Mercedes and Hamilton’s toughest test yet as Red Bull and Max Verstappen have
Honda F1’s managing director has said the manufacturer are ‘praying’ for good news surrounding Max Verstappen’s damaged Silverstone power unit. Masashi Yamamoto said that the engine involved in Verstappen’s high-speed crash at the British Grand Prix has now been taken out of the car, and there are assessments being run
Toto Wolff has called on Red Bull to change their language, saying their personal attacks on Lewis Hamilton have “not seen in this sport before”. The rivalry between Red Bull and Mercedes, Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen, reached fever pitch at the British Grand Prix when the title protagonists tangled.