Max Verstappen wants Formula 1 to analysis its rules after they were much criticised for being inconsistent during the recent Mexico Grand Prix.
Testing the 2017 intermediate and wet weather tyres Pierre Gasly completed a strong run at the all important larger 2017 tyres.
2017 marks forty years in the sport for Williams, the team plan to change their car name to celebrate such a milestone.
After his collision with Max Verstappen, Nico Rosberg believed that he is car suffered damage that would have prevented him from finishing the race.
Rob Smedley praised the team for the correct strategy choice in the race and the way the drivers defended their tyres throughout the stints.
Valtteri Bottas was pleased with eighth place in Mexico but admits Williams lack the pace of the Force India cars.
Sebastian Vettel surprised the paddock to top the second practice two ahead of the Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton and Championship leader Nico Rosberg.
Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen highlights the unpredictability of the Mexico Grand Prix but hopes they can perform better than last year.
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Sebastian Vettel wants his Ferrari team to continue on pushing and capitalise on any mistakes in Mexico.
Toro Rosso’s Carlos Sainz admits he will become impatient with Red Bull if he doesn’t get the opportunity to drive for senior team.
Williams’ Felipe Massa was pleased to finish seventh but felt that he could have achieved more at the United States Grand Prix.
Two time World Champion Fernando Alonso enjoyed battling at the Circuit of the Americas, finishing fifth was a brilliant result but Alonso insists the team are still pushing.
Mercedes Motorsport boss Toto Wolff has clarified that he will allow Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton to race each other for the title.
With new regulations coming in 2017, Executive Director of Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team, Toto Wolff believes that Formula 1 will go back to square one.