The risk of a post-race protest from Ferrari prompted Mercedes to make modifications to its radical wheel rim design ahead of the United States Grand Prix, Motorsport.com...
Sebastian Vettel would have easily won the United States Grand Prix had he not spun on the opening lap, according to Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff.
Lewis Hamilton claims he suffered multiple problems in the United States Grand Prix that started when his Mercedes Formula 1 team needed to replace the water pump on...
Max Verstappen says he was pushing so hard in his recovery drive to second place at the United States Grand Prix that he destroyed his shoe.
Fernando Alonso could trial a new driver’s-eye-view style of onboard camera before the end of the season as part of his Formula 1 farewell.
Renault's Formula 1 rivals Force India and Haas are frustrated by the leniency of the five-second track-limits penalty Carlos Sainz Jr received during the United States...
Sebastian Vettel says Ferrari took "too long" to wake up to the fact that it had lost its way with recent car developments.
Lance Stroll is set to get his first run for Force India at the post-season Abu Dhabi Formula 1 test.
Lewis Hamilton has admitted he gave Max Verstappen "way too much space" in his failed bid to pass his Formula 1 rival for second in the United States Grand Prix.
Five points. A seventh place. That is all Lewis Hamilton needs to clinch a fifth world title, and he has three races to do it.
Haas endured a nightmare United States Grand Prix as Romain Grosjean retired from the race and was hit with a grid penalty for the next race in Mexico.
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