[Not Another Weekend]Alonso: Penalty will be never enough for Vettel after Austrian GP Q2 incident

  Austrian Grand Prix Driver Ratings Austrian Grand Prix Driver Ratings Plus By Alex Kalinauckas

  Formula 1’s repeat visit to the Red Bull Ring offered a repeat winner, but there were several notable changes to the Styrian Grand Prix resulting from cooler temperatures and softer tyre compounds. Amid the shakeup in the order, there were several performances worthy of high ratings

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  How Norris and McLaren finally took on F1’s top teams “on merit” How Norris and McLaren finally took on F1’s top teams “on merit” Plus By Alex Kalinauckas

  Max Verstappen was rarely troubled in the Austrian Grand Prix as he completed a clean sweep of Formula 1’s two races at the Red Bull Ring. He leaves with his points advantage extended thanks in no small part to the disruption caused to Mercedes by an on-form Lando Norris, in perhaps the most complete McLaren showing since the V8 era

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  The inconvenient truth behind F1’s anti-plastic stance The inconvenient truth behind F1’s anti-plastic stance Plus By GP Racing

  Single-use plastics have become a pressing environmental issue,?and Formula 1 has committed to removing them from the paddock by 2025. But behind these headline initiatives,?says STUART CODLING,?the commercial rights holder and several teams continue to operate partnerships with some of the world’s largest producers of the raw materials that make these plastic?items

  Formula 1 Jul 4, 2021

  How the cost cap is putting new pressures on F1's top teams How the cost cap is putting new pressures on F1's top teams Plus By GP Racing

  Formula 1’s budget cap means that even the richest teams now have to juggle what they can afford to spend – to the extent that Mercedes recently had to back out of an important tyre test. MARK GALLAGHER explains how the bean-counters now have to work to the limits of the regulations just like technical directors do

  Formula 1 Jul 3, 2021

  Why Mercedes isn't fooled it's ahead of Red Bull despite Austrian GP practice pace Why Mercedes isn't fooled it's ahead of Red Bull despite Austrian GP practice pace Plus By Alex Kalinauckas

  After a comprehensive defeat to Red Bull and Max Verstappen in Austria last weekend, Mercedes remains wary of taking its promising pace as a guarantee for success. But with lessons learned from the Styrian GP, the Black Arrows squad continues to be poised for another almighty tussle against its familiar foe

  Formula 1 Jul 2, 2021

  Why '5/10' Ricciardo isn't giving up on his McLaren quest Why '5/10' Ricciardo isn't giving up on his McLaren quest Plus By Oleg Karpov

  Daniel Ricciardo has endured a tough start to his McLaren career. He’s been comprehensively outscored by his team-mate so far, and with each passing race the explanations of his struggles can increasingly be seen as excuses. But while admitting that his on-track performances don’t merit a particularly flattering mark, Ricciardo is convinced that he will make a success of the move

  Formula 1 Jul 2, 2021

  Why F1’s secret rulebook is causing angst among the ranks Why F1’s secret rulebook is causing angst among the ranks Plus By Jonathan Noble

  With competition on the track increasing as the 2021 Formula 1 season intensifies, any possible advantage is being aggressively fought over. This includes off the track, as F1’s rules and regulations come under scrutiny which, for multiple reasons, is causing unease up and down the grid

  Formula 1 Jul 1, 2021

   Plus By Alex Kalinauckas

  Having been cruelly denied a long-awaited first points finish as a Williams driver at the Styrian GP, George Russell gets another crack at it this weekend at the Red Bull Ring. While his impressive pace remains unquestioned, a few other vital gains shown at recent races will be needed again to finally deliver

  Formula 1 Jun 30, 2021