Red Bull boss Christian Horner is confident Max Verstappen will not be tempted to join Ferrari or Mercedes in the near future.
Charles Leclerc has welcomed the extra buzz surrounding him as he looks to “realise a dream” by driving for Ferrari in Formula 1.
Marcus Ericsson appears to have his sights set on a move further up the Formula 1 pecking order as he wants to drive a more competitive car “as soon as possible”.
Formula 1 boss Chase Carey has spoken about the difficulties in trying to keep both fans and sponsors happy when viewing the sport.
McLaren boss Eric Boullier has refuted the claim that Fernando Alonso is a difficult driver to manage and is completely focused on being competitive.
Daniil Kvyat is adamant there is no need to change his approach, he just needs to get in a “clean weekend” in order to start building his points tally.
Lagging behind F1’s leading cars by as much as “one to two seconds” per lap, Gene Haas says his team’s deficit is “really depressing.”
Although Christian Horner concedes that the gap to Mercedes and Ferrari is “too big” for Red Bull to haul back, he is hoping to at least outscore the Scuderia in the second half of the campaign.
McLaren could receive as many as three upgrades to their Honda power unit before this season draws to a close.
Formula 1’s silly season doesn’t have to only focus on driver changes, how about calendar changes such as the introduction of the Woking Grand Prix?