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Daniel Ricciardo will raise Romain Grosjean's aggressive defensive moves during the British Grand Prix at the next Formula 1 drivers' briefing on Friday.
As the latest GP Racing magazine hits the shelves, the Flat Chat with Codders podcast tackles the issue that’s dividing Formula 1 fandom.
Ferrari wasn't the only team to gamble on soft tyres in the expectation of rain at the Hungarian Grand Prix. But that it did so at all - and, worse, continued to stick with its decision rather than save grace - was merely another sign of its current crisis.
Robert Kubica says he still feels some regret over missing out on a challenge for the Formula 1 world title in 2008 after BMW stopped developing its car mid-season.
Robert Kubica says he is “almost laughing” at the idea of his 2020 racing schedule being too busy between Formula 1 and DTM duties before the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
He's overcome many setbacks to restart a racing career that once brought him close to Formula 1 world championship glory. Now Robert Kubica has been stuck at home during what should have been his busiest season ever - but, as he explains to Stuart Codling, he's still eating up the miles, albeit virtually...
It takes a special talent to hire some of the greatest drivers of their generation and then either alienate them completely or give up on them and force them out. But Ferrari has been doing it since the dawn of the world championship, argues STUART CODLING.
One of the keys to Mercedes' incredible run of success is its ability to maximise the potential of its cars at any given race weekend - and the simulator plays a major role in that. Stuart Codling investigates the secret weapon that Ferrari, among others, is desperate to replicate
Think you know everything about the championship-winning Mercedes W10 from 2019? Think again. The car pictured here is not what it seems - and demonstrates the depth and confidence that makes Mercedes a serial winner, as Stuart Codling explains...
He might be the 2019 Formula 1 world championship runner-up - his best finish in three seasons with Mercedes - but Valtteri Bottas still admits he can't be totally satisfied with last year. In this exclusive interview he tells Stuart Codling all about his drive to improve himself – and what he gets up to on the internet...
Lewis Hamilton has played a key part in Mercedes' extraordinary run to six consecutive Formula 1 world championship doubles. In this exclusive chat with Stuart Codling, Hamilton explains what makes this such a special team, how the group is empowered to flourish, and the role he performs as the "rudder" of the ship
For Robert Kubica it's been uphill all the way in his long-awaited return to Formula 1 after a debilitating physical injury. But things are getting better and, even though it won't be at Williams, he's keen to stay in F1, he tells Stuart Codling
For five years Cyril Abiteboul has been in charge of Renault's Formula 1 presence. The hybrid era put Abiteboul at odds with his counterpart at Red Bull, and prompted Renault to return in force to prove itself again as a manufacturer. But as he explains to Stuart Codling, his career has been eventful even before this latest chapter
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says that the Stuttgart manufacturer will not intervene to try to keep the German Grand Prix on the 2020 Formula 1 calendar, despite helping to ensure that this year’s race took place.
Four-time Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel has criticised the disappearance of classic venues from the calendar in favour of new territories where there is little appetite for motorsport.
Williams driver Robert Kubica said the 2019 German Grand Prix provided him with a stark reminder of how bad visibility is during wet Formula 1 races.
Alex Albon says he was forced to fight Formula 1 championship leader Lewis Hamilton during the latter stages of the 2019 German Grand Prix, and it ultimately cost him several positions.
German Grand Prix winner Max Verstappen says his victory at Hockenheim will not alter the outlook of the Formula 1 drivers' championship battle.
Max Verstappen mastered both wet and dry conditions to win the 2019 Formula 1 German Grand Prix for Red Bull as Mercedes faltered.