Verstappen gets deja vu of crash in Baku last year
Incredible scenes as Vettel drives straight into the back of Verstappen
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel was overtaken by Red Bull's Max Verstappen but the pair then collided at the next corner and Vettel was penalised for his error.
Leclerc: Austria decision was fair but inconsistent
Charles Leclerc is happy to accept the stewards' decision in Austria that deprived him of his first Formula One victory two weeks ago as long as the FIA remain consistent in the way they apply the rules at future races.
Masi: Vettel, Verstappen incidents like 'apples and oranges'
F1 race director Michael Masi said it would be unfair to compare Max Verstappen's race-winning overtake in Austria and the incident that cost Sebastian Vettel victory at the Canadian Grand Prix earlier this month.
Ferrari opts against appealing 'wrong' decision
Ferrari believes Max Verstappen should have been penalised for his aggressive move on Charles Leclerc at the Austrian Grand Prix, but it will not appeal the verdict so F1 can "turn the page and move ahead".
Mick Schumacher to drive father's 2004 championship car at German GP
Mick Schumacher will drive father Michael's 2004 championship-winning car ahead of the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim on July 27.
Vettel: F1 should burn its rulebook and start again
After losing any hope of having his Canadian Grand Prix penalty overturned, Sebastian Vettel said Formula One should set fire to its rulebook and let its drivers race freely.
Ferrari's request for review of Vettel penalty rejected
Ferrari's request for the controversial penalty which cost Sebastian Vettel victory at the Canadian Grand Prix to be reviewed has been dismissed.
Ferrari requests review of Vettel's Canadian GP penalty
Ferrari has lodged a formal request for motor racing's governing body, the FIA, to review the controversial penalty that cost Sebastian Vettel victory at the Canadian Grand Prix.
Honda upgrades engines for French GP
Honda will upgrade the engines of both Red Bull cars and one Toro Rosso for the French Grand Prix this weekend as they look to close the gap to Ferrari and Mercedes.
Ferrari will not appeal Vettel's Canadian GP penalty
Ferrari say they have withdrawn their intention to appeal the penalty which cost Sebastian Vettel victory at the Canadian Grand Prix last week.
Brawn: Nothing sinister in Vettel penalty
Formula One's managing director Ross Brawn has called for more transparency about stewards' decisions but said there was no hidden agenda behind Sebastian Vettel's Canadian Grand Prix penalty.
Has modern F1 finally broken Sebastian Vettel?
After being robbed of victory in Canada, Sebastian Vettel said modern F1 isn't the sport he fell in love with as a kid. With retirement rumours refusing to go away, Laurence Edmondson looks at the four-time world champion's mindset.
Vettel crosses 1st, finishes 2nd after penalty at Canadian GP
Sebastian Vettel was angry after he finished the Canadian GP in second behind Lewis Hamilton, despite crossing the finish line first.
Expectations versus reality: What's gone wrong for Ferrari this year?
Ferrari entered the season with genuine hopes of winning a championship but after six races it has all but fallen out of title contention. Laurence Edmondson looks at how that situation has unraveled since pre-season.
Fans, drivers attend funeral of legend Lauda
Hundreds of racing fans have joined current and former drivers at the funeral of Formula One legend Niki Lauda, who died at age 70.
Ferrari forced to explain team orders logic again
Ferrari has been forced to issue another explanation behind its strategy calls after dithering on team orders during its disappointing Spanish Grand Prix.
The small mistakes at Ferrari that are having big consequences
Another race weekend, another missed opportunity for Ferrari. This one may not have been the open goal missed in Bahrain, but on pure pace Ferrari had the potential to win in Baku and once again it came up short.
Ferrari explains Leclerc's strategy
Ferrari is satisfied it made the right call on Charles Leclerc's strategy at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix after seeing him finish a distant fifth.
Ferrari keeps handing Mercedes the advantage; this time, it's on Leclerc
Qualifying in Baku will be remembered for many things, not least Charles Leclerc's inexplicable crash that ended his hopes of pole -- to the delight of Mercedes.
Wolff warns Ferrari: Team orders a can of worms
Although he sympathises with their situation, Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has warned Ferrari it might have set a dangerous precedent with its use of team orders going forward in 2019.
Ferrari has a bigger problem than team orders after China
For the third race in a row, Ferrari used team orders at the Chinese Grand Prix -- but of more concern to the Italian team should be the tension brewing between Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc and its lack of pace in Shanghai.
Vettel accuses media of 'poor journalism' over team orders
Sebastian Vettel has criticised the media for what he feels has been unfair coverage of Ferrari's implementation of team orders so far in 2019.
Ferrari defends clumsy use of team orders
Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto defended his team's controversial decision to enforce team orders during the Chinese Grand Prix.
Vettel: Ferrari has failed to live up to pre-season hype
Winter testing suggested Ferrari would be the team to beat in 2019, but so far they have failed to deliver on that promise, says Sebastian Vettel.
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