Fernando Alonso has hailed the “amazing” job being done this year by Daniel Ricciardo. At Silverstone, Spaniard Alonso’s wheel-to-wheel duel with world champion Sebastian Vettel was littered with radio complaints about one another’s driving.
The relationship between Red Bull and Renault appears to be in better health. Mere weeks ago, as the French supplier struggled with its new turbo V6 ‘power unit’, talk of a split in the four-time title winning partnership was rife.
Lewis Hamilton is planning a week of physiotherapy following his drive through the field after a hefty qualifying crash at Hockenheim.
Marco Mattiacci has hit back at suggestions Ferrari could or should plan its revival for the 2015 season without Kimi Raikkonen.
World champion Sebastian Vettel is copping some of the blame for the small crowd at Hockenheim last weekend.
New fuel did not give Red Bull the boost it was hoping for in Germany, world champion Sebastian Vettel has admitted.
Two top teams have admitted they considered lodging a protest against Mercedes at the German grand prix.
Felipe Massa insists his F1 career is not being put in the shadow by a new star.
Niki Lauda has used an expletive to describe the quality of the cars produced by Mercedes’ grandee rivals in 2014.
Euphoric at Silverstone two weeks ago when he pulled the gap back to just 4 points, Lewis Hamilton’s mood dimmed once again on Sunday as he deficit blew back out to 14.
Nico Rosberg wins the German Grand Prix as teammate Lewis Hamilton battles to third. Lewis staged a huge recovery drive despite damaging his front wing in a collision at around half distance when passing Jenson Button’s McLaren and in the end Mercedes driver caught up with Valtteri Bottas who was running second but could not pass.
Niki Lauda has criticised Williams, in the wake of female driver Susie Wolff’s Friday morning appearances at Silverstone and Hockenheim.
Mercedes has slammed as “unacceptable” the failure of Lewis Hamilton’s Brembo brand brake disc during qualifying at Hockenheim.
With Nico Rosberg all signed up for the future, Mercedes’ attention is now turning to the occupant of its other silver seat.