Motorsport has but one golden rule: don’t hit your teammate.
Well done, Baku.
Lewis Hamilton has ended his longest victory drought since 2015-16 with a win on the streets of Baku, but the reigning world champion admitted his Mercedes car wasn’t fast enough to win on merit.
Haas team principal Gunther Steiner has called on his team get it together after losing a podium place and a significant points haul in Azerbaijan.
Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo will apologize to their Red Bull Racing team for their crash in Azerbaijan, but both want to retain their freedom to race each other for the rest of the season.
Sergio Perez has been left speechless after claiming an expertly judged third place in a chaotic Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel believes he had no choice but to try to pass Valtteri Bottas for the lead after the safety car restart on Lap 48 despite the move losing him a podium finish.
Lewis Hamilton claimed a fortunate first victory of the season at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, inheriting the race lead after Valtteri Bottas and Sebastian Vettel’s races imploded in the last 10 laps.
McLaren is pinning its season’s hopes on a major upgrade at next month’s Spanish Grand Prix, but the bloodletting for its poor start to the year has already begun, with the team reportedly axing one of its technical chiefs.
Force India chief operating officer Otmar Szafnauer has accused certain team bosses of deliberately “fooling” the governing body, the FIA, into increasing the fuel limit to gain a competitive advantage.