Despite his deal being “emotionally” done, Lewis Hamilton remains the 2024 driver market’s biggest unplaced piece. What’s the hold-up? And Daniel Ricciardo’s 2024 outlook is explained as the Aussie seeks to cement his comeback.

Max Verstappen claims Red Bull Racing’s 12th consecutive victory, a new benchmark for dominance in Formula 1. McLaren gets another second place in a big boost to the British team. And Daniel Ricciardo ticks some big boxes on an understated impressive first race back.

Hype is building for Daniel Ricciardo’s first race back in F1, but expectations remain low for his new AlphaTauri team. Sergio Pérez gets a vote of confidence — of sorts — from Red Bull management. And is 2024’s record-breaking calendar good for the sport?

Daniel Ricciardo’s comeback is on, with the Aussie set to see out the final 12 races of the season in the AlphaTauri seat formerly occupied by Nyck de Vries. But what can we expect from the eight-time race winner in the slowest car on the grid, and should Sergio Pérez be worried about his Red Bull Racing seat?

McLaren gets achingly close to a double podium at the team’s home race in Silverstone, but Aussie rookie Oscar Piastri’s fourth place is a big tick of approval in just his 10th grand prix. How high can McLaren get in the remainder of the season?