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Pierre Gasly says he dreads to think how many points he’s missed out on over the opening races of 2022 due to various problems.
The upgrade Aston Martin will bring to its home race this weekend is vital to ensure the team will remain competitive at the similar venues which follow, says team principal Mike Krack.
Zhou Guanyu’s Alfa Romeo team predicted a bright future for the rookie Formula 1 driver after he scored his best result of the season to date last weekend.
Esteban Ocon expects Alpine will make a significant step forward when the team introduces its next upgrade package at the British Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen says the injury risk from Formula 1 cars porpoising is comparable to what competitors in other sports are exposed to.
Mick Schumacher said his Haas team have “loads of positives” to take from Montreal despite his early retirement with power unit failure while running in seventh place.
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George Russell does not believe Mercedes’ showing in the Canadian Grand Prix signalled a significant improvement in competitiveness for the team.
Will Wood attended his first grand prix as a representative of RaceFans as Formula 1 made its long-awaited return to Canada last weekend.
Nicholas Latifi isn’t convinced his Williams chassis is capable of performing in the same way as that of his team mate Alexander Albon.
Alpine team management defended Fernando Alonso after he was penalised for weaving on the final lap of the Canadian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel did not wear his helmet drawing attention to “Canada’s climate crime” during yesterday’s Canadian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc said his efforts to make progress in the Canadian Grand Prix were frustrated by a series of “DRS trains” and a slow pit stop.
George Russell admitted he expected to come under attack from Charles Leclerc in the closing stages of the Canadian Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso says Alpine need to improve the reliability of his car after suffering an engine problem in the Canadian Grand Prix which he says cost him a second per lap.
Sergio Perez says his retirement in the Canadian Grand Prix “hurts a lot” as it has cost him in the championship fight.
Lewis Hamilton came close to joining his team mate George Russell in switching to slicks tyres for his final run in Q3.
Charles Leclerc will start today’s race from 19th after taking multiple penalties for replacement power unit penalties, but believes fourth at the finish is possible.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff said Red Bull driver Sergio Perez’s comments prove porpoising is not only a safety concern for his team.