Carlos Sainz sees 'real opportunity to win a race at home'

Carlos Sainz believes he has a “real opportunity” to win his home race, the Spanish Grand Prix, and that’s a first for the Ferrari driver. This season Sainz has one of the best cars on the grid, and it could be even better come Barcelona as Ferrari are set to

Christian Horner: Red Bull must be "careful" balancing updates versus budget cap

With Mattia Binotto hoping the budget cap “snaps” at Red Bull, Christian Horner admits they have to be “careful” balancing upgrades against the cap. This year, the budget cap is down to $140million with Red Bull having spent more of their budget than Ferrari as the Milton Keynes team have

Miami Grand Prix track surface branded a "disaster" by Esteban Ocon

Esteban Ocon was a vocal critic of the track surface at the Miami Grand Prix, saying it was a “disaster” for wheel-to-wheel racing. The track was newly laid ahead of the weekend, but the new asphalt was jet-washed at a high pressure to take an initial layer off the asphalt

Liberty Media chief Greg Maffei hints at Formula 1 team expansion

Greg Maffei, president of Liberty Media, has hinted F1 could expand beyond 10 teams – but does not see a “pressing need”. Ten teams and 20 cars have comprised the Formula 1 field since Manor’s exit in 2017, although there is interest from new aspirants. At the head of that

Max Verstappen: Off-line grip declined as Miami Grand Prix went on

Max Verstappen has said the grip away from the racing line deteriorated as the Miami GP went on and suggested the track organisers look to change it for the future. The surface of the Miami Grand Prix came under scrutiny from first practice with drivers suggesting it was not up to

Ralf Schumacher criticises "childish" Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel's protests

With one wearing three watches to Friday’s press conference and the other his underpants on the outside of his race suit, Ralf Schumacher says Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel’s token protests in Miami were “childish”. Both Hamilton and Vettel, two of Formula 1’s elder statesmen, had something to say about

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff likens the W13 to a "kangaroo", says drivers "not happy"

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says the W13 is still bouncing away like a “kangaroo”, leaving Lewis Hamilton and George Russell unimpressed. This time around Hamilton was the driver able to extract more performance from the W13, qualifying P6 for the first ever Miami Grand Prix, but Russell failed to make