Lance Stroll was voted Driver of the Weekend for the first time after taking a surprise podium finish in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
“I cannot recall somebody who got a ten seconds penalty,” fumed Sebastian Vettel after the chequered flag fell on the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Ron Dennis has ended his involvement with McLaren after 37 years by selling his final shareholding in the team.
In the round-up: Ecclestone: “I shouldn’t go back” • Vettel showed “passion we want” – Brawn • “Move on” from Vettel row – Button
Baku’s first grand prix currently sits among the ten worst races of the last ten years. But Sunday’s race was rated among the top ten by F1 Fanatic readers.
Formula One’s official tyre supplier Pirelli will continue to avoid using its hard compound tyre at the Italian Grand Prix.
In the middle of one of the most frantic final laps of an F1 race a cool-headed Michael Schumacher found the time to help out his little brother.
In the round-up: Force One could be new name for Force India • FIA confirm Vettel investigation • Ferrari plan engine upgrade
The Azerbaijan Grand Prix was a worrying escalation of Sebastian Vettel’s recent hot-headedness. It’s time he got his temper under control.
Lance Stroll, Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen were F1 Fanatic’s stars of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix weekend. Here’s why.
Daniel Ricciardo winning ahead of Valtteri Bottas? Surely no one predicted that? Remarkably, this weekend’s Predictions Championship winner did!
In the round-up: Vettel may face FIA hearing over Hamilton collision • Massa ‘would’ve won without failure’ • F1 figures wanted Vettel ban
Most teams have opted for large quantities of the softest tyres available for next weekend’s Austrian Grand Prix.
Mercedes advised Lewis Hamilton he needed to give the Safety Car more room moments before to his contentious incident with Sebastian Vettel.
In the round-up: Baku Safety Car restarts “dangerous” – Sainz • Force India ‘didn’t miss a win’ • “I didn’t brake-test anyone” – Hamilton
Sebastian Vettel courted controversy in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix by driving into Lewis Hamilton. Did the stewards make the right call on this extraordinary move?
Sebastian Vettel reached a record number of penalty points while a faulty headrest cost Lewis Hamilton a clean sweep of victories on every 2017 track.
Kimi Raikkonen blamed Valtteri Bottas for the first-lap collision between the pair in Azerbaijan but the stewards took no action over the incident.
The World Touring Car Championship introduced rallycross-style ‘joker laps’ in Portugal but a bizarre practice crash raised safety questions.
Lewis Hamilton lost his headrest but Sebastian Vettel lost his head. Out of the chaos Daniel Ricciardo emerged to take a shock win in Baku.