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American Football star Russell Wilson says his first Formula 1 experience at the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal last weekend reminded him of being at a Super Bowl.
Mercedes says that Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton ran their power units as hard in the Canadian Grand Prix as they did at the start of their seven-race cycle back in Australia, despite obvious concerns over reliability.
Red Bull motorsport boss Helmut Marko believes Max Verstappen "gave the right answer" by bouncing back with third place in Canada after a series of frustrating weekends.
Formula 1 sporting boss Ross Brawn has apologised for the "grief" model Winnie Harlow received after waving the chequered flag early in the Canadian Grand Prix.
James Allen analyses the Canadian Grand Prix, as Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel won to take the points lead away from Lewis Hamilton – but could the Scuderia have done even more damage?
The Canadian Grand Prix is one of the toughest of the season for brakes, with almost one quarter of the circuit spent slowing the cars down.
Toro Rosso Formula 1 driver Pierre Gasly believes having the new specification of the Honda power unit allowed him to finish three places higher in the Canadian Grand Prix.
Nearly 40 Ferrari Challenge cars roared into Montreal, Canada, this weekend supporting the Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix at the famed Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.
Max Verstappen's return to form in the Canadian Grand Prix was characteristic of Lewis Hamilton trait's of performing better when angry, reckons former world champion Nico Rosberg.
Valtteri Bottas says his "critical" fuel situation at the end of the Canadian Grand Prix led to Max Verstappen almost overtaking him at the finish line.
Sebastian Vettel admitted that day one of the Canadian Grand Prix weekend was a "disaster" for him. The way he and Ferrari recovered for victory showed why right now he looks like title favourite.
Good morning. Welcome to your morning Motorsport F1 Debrief from a Canadian Grand Prix that had its biggest incident on the opening lap, and then didn’t really have a final lap…
Brendon Hartley has been given a clean bill of health after being taken to hospital for tests after his huge crash on the first lap of Formula 1's Canadian Grand Prix.
Canadian Grand Prix winner Sebastian Vettel said he was worried Formula 1 fans would run onto the track when the chequered flag was waved before the end of the race.