Sergio Perez expects the addition of an extra race at the Red Bull Ring this year will help him make valuable progress in adjusting to his new car.
Mercedes have explained a slight misalignment between wheel gun and wheel nut caused the machining effect that made it impossible to remove Valtteri Bottas’ wheel.
Formula 1 race director Michael Masi says an IndyCar-style rule penalising drivers for disrupting qualifying sessions could be introduced to the world championship.
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Charles Leclerc suspects the Monaco Grand Prix may have been Ferrari’s only chance to fight for a win in 2021.
Daniel Ricciardo said he needs to take a few days to come to terms with a poor Monaco Grand Prix performance in which he was lapped by his team mate.
Max Verstappen took the lead of the world championship last weekend – the first time he has led any series since graduating from go-karts.
Ferrari have concluded Charles Leclerc’s retirement from the Monaco Grand Prix was caused by the damage he sustained in his crash during qualifying for the race.
Sebastian Vettel said he knew his overtake on Pierre Gasly through Beau Rivage would be close – but didn’t realise just how close they came.
Lando Norris says switching to hard tyres sapped his confidence in his McLaren during the Monaco Grand Prix.
In the Monaco paddock Dieter Rencken caught up with Felipe Massa, Vitantonio Liuzzi and Mattia Binotto – though the Ferrari team principal endured a race to forget.
Mercedes CEO Toto Wolff admitted he’d never previously seen anything like the wheel nut failure which ended Valtteri Bottas’ Monaco Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton says his “bus”-like Mercedes was ill-suited to Monaco, but expects it to perform better at other tracks.
The FIA stewards discussed whether Charles Leclerc’s crash at the end of qualifying might have been deliberate, but quickly concluded it wasn’t.
Ferrari insist they did not take a “gamble” with Leclerc’s car, so how did they miss the fault which prevented him starting the Monaco Grand Prix?
A superbly controlled drive by Max Verstappen to win in Monaco and take the championship lead was the perfect riposte to Lewis Hamilton’s jibe earlier in the week.
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Lewis Hamilton complained Mercedes should have delayed his first pit stop – but according to team CEO Toto Wolff, that wasn’t an option.
Mattia Binotto has said that the left drive shaft, which failed on Charles Leclerc’s car and prevented him starting the Monaco Grand Prix, was not checked after his qualifying crash.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff said the team’s failure to solve their tyres woes at Monaco led to “not the prettiest of pictures” as they lost the lead in both championship fights.