Despite what we say, Daniel Ricciardo might not have a grid penalty (thanks, Adrian Newey), Brendon Hartley might not be replaced by Pascal Wehrlein (thanks, Lando Norris) and Mercedes won’t use new engines (thanks, Peter McGinley). Some other things we say are still relevant.
Mercedes’s failure to fire at a track that should have suited its car is asking some hard questions of the German team.
F1 Strategy Report 2018: Canadian Grand Prix with Ernie Black, the F1 Poet
Pirelli can’t make tyres to satisfy everyone, making the Italian company an easy target.
Sebastian Vettel has resumed his place atop the drivers championship standings.
Sebastian Vettel has recaptured the driver’s championship lead after a clinical lights-to-flag victory at the Canadian Grand Prix. Read more on RACER.
Sebastian Vettel claimed his fourth pole of the season at the Canadian Grand Prix.
Australia’s number one Formula One journalists (self-awarded) talk mostly about the 24 Hours of Le Mans, IndyCar and whether Peter would look good with a beard. We revive the quiz, but it was a terrible mistake.
There’s a lot riding on Honda’s Canada upgrades.
Lewis Hamilton as cut his championship deficit to Sebastian Vettel by 13 points in Canada.