Ferrari dealing with ‘potentially explosive’ driver issues – Brawn

Ross Brawn reckons Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has his work cut out trying to deal with the current dynamic between Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc, which he describes as “potentially explosive.” “Ferrari has clearly made a lot of progress in recent weeks but it still probably has to deal with

Verstappen: Most of Hamilton’s success due to weak teammates

Max Verstappen has had another dig at Lewis Hamilton suggesting most of his achievements came through beating weaker teammates. “Over the years, Lewis hasn’t had the strongest teammates,” the Red Bull driver told The Telegraph. “If you have the right car you can beat everyone. “Lewis is an amazing driver and one of

Red Bull form leaves Verstappens ‘very concerned’

Jos and Max Verstappen have both painted a pretty bleak picture of current events at Red Bull following the summer break. “We should have been closer, but that is more difficult than we thought,” Jos Verstappen told . “It is very frustrating. In the last races before the summer break it went

FP2 Results: Russian GP

Pos Driver Team Time Gap Laps 1 Max Verstappen Red Bull 1:33.162s 29 2 Charles Leclerc Ferrari 1:33.497s + 0.335s 33 3 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes 1:33.808s + 0.646s 22 4 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1:33.960s + 0.798s 32 5 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 1:34.201s + 1.039s 32 6 Pierre Gasly Toro Rosso 1:34.971s + 1.809s 26 7 Sergio Pérez Racing Point 1:34.998s + 1.836s 31 8 Nico Hülkenberg Renault 1:35.026s + 1.864s 33 9 Lance Stroll Racing Point 1:35.176s + 2.014s 31 10 Alexander Albon Red Bull 1:35.216s + 2.054s 18 11 Lando Norris McLaren 1:35.223s + 2.061s 33 12 Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso 1:35.337s + 2.175s 38 13 Kevin Magnussen Haas 1:35.351s + 2.189s 26 14 Daniel Ricciardo Renault 1:35.370s + 2.208s 28 15 Kimi Räikkönen Alfa Romeo 1:35.374s + 2.212s 34 16 Romain Grosjean Haas 1:35.593s + 2.431s 31 17 Carlos Sainz McLaren 1:35.635s + 2.473s 29 18 Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo 1:36.004s + 2.842s 29 19 George Russell Williams 1:36.785s + 3.623s 38 20 Robert Kubica Williams 1:37.838s + 4.676s 36

FP2 Results: Hamilton finishes P1

Hamilton finishes P1 with a 1:38.773 1 Lewis Hamilton MERCEDES 1:38.773 29 2 Max Verstappen RED BULL RACING HONDA 1:38.957 +0.184s 29 3 Sebastian Vettel FERRARI 1:39.591 +0.818s 31 4 Valtteri Bottas MERCEDES 1:39.894 +1.121s 30 5 Alexander Albon RED BULL RACING HONDA 1:39.943 +1.170s 30 6 Charles Leclerc FERRARI 1:40.018 +1.245s 31 7 Carlos Sainz MCLAREN RENAULT 1:40.145 +1.372s 33 8 Nico Hulkenberg RENAULT 1:40.324 +1.551s 30 9 Lando Norris MCLAREN RENAULT 1:40.361 +1.588s 35 10 Pierre Gasly SCUDERIA TORO ROSSO HONDA 1:40.637 +1.864s 11 Daniil Kvyat SCUDERIA TORO ROSSO HONDA 1:40.713 +1.940s 32 12 Daniel Ricciardo RENAULT 1:40.811 +2.038s 30 13 Sergio Perez RACING POINT BWT MERCEDES 1:40.875 +2.102s 29 14 Antonio Giovinazzi ALFA ROMEO RACING FERRARI 1:41.128 +2.355s 35 15 Lance Stroll RACING POINT BWT MERCEDES 1:41.128 +2.355s 31 16 Kimi

Correa stable after undergoing surgery

Juan Manuel Correa, who was involved in a fatal accident in the F2 feature race at Spa, is in a stable condition having suffered leg fractures and a minor spinal injury. “Today, American Juan Manuel Correa was involved in a scary incident at the Belgium Grand Prix at the Spa-Francorchamps in

Modern F1 ‘so demotivating’ – Magnussen

Haas is continuing to struggle with Pirelli's 2019 tyres, according to Kevin Magnussen. "After seven laps, they still look brand new - you can still see the lines from the mould they were cast in. Our car simply doesn't use them enough. "And when you take the downforce off for a circuit

‘Kubica is one of a handful of candidates’

Robert Kubica is not out of the running for a 2020 Williams drive with Claire Williams revealing he is one of a “handful of candidates”. “We are looking at the 2020 seat and there is a handful of candidates,” she told ." “Robert has done a good job as well this year,

Vettel says ‘why not?’ to longer Ferrari future

Sebastian Vettel says he might stay at Ferrari even beyond the end of his 2020 contract. “I see myself at Ferrari for five more years, and as world champion,” the 21-year-old said at the team’s pre-Italian GP celebrations in Milan on Wednesday." “The fact that they invited me? I was very pleased,

Hamilton to soon consider next F1 contract

Ferrari was “even faster” than Lewis Hamilton expected at Spa last weekend. “We knew it would be tough after the break with Spa and Monza,” the championship leader told Sky Italia ahead of the Italian GP. “The Ferraris were even faster than I expected in Belgium, but in the end the race