Marcin Budkowski says the Monaco Grand Prix is a special place for every Formula 1 supporter and teams and pleased to see the streets of Monte Carlo return to the F1 calendar this year.
McLaren’s team principal Andreas Seidl says the difficulty of overtaking at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya meant the team achieved the best result possible.
Daniel Ricciardo describes the Spanish Grand Prix as his “best weekend so far” after finishing sixth at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
Scuderia Ferrari team principal, Mattia Binotto, says the team achieved their main goal of closing the gap to McLaren F1 Team in the constructors’ championship after scoring double points at the Spanish Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc continued his fantastic start to the 2021 FIA Formula One World Championship season with a fourth-place finish at the Spanish Grand Prix.
Christian Horner takes positives from today’s qualifying session despite Max Verstappen failing to grab his second pole position of the season, while Sergio Perez will start in eighth.
Max Verstappen says it was a good qualifying session despite not grabbing his second pole position of 2021 after Lewis Hamilton nicked the Dutchman for the 100th pole of his career.
Toto Wolff and Andrew Shovlin were full of praise for Lewis Hamilton after the seven-time World Champion achieved the 100th pole of his Formula One career.
Alpine’s Racing Director Davide Brivio is pleased with the productive start to the Spanish Grand Prix as the team look to build on a fantastic result in Portimao last weekend.
The 2021 Spanish Grand Prix will mark a special occasion for Max Verstappen in his Formula One career as he aims to return to winning ways.
Toto Wollf is expecting another close encounter between Red Bull Racing at the Spanish Grand Prix this weekend.
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Aston Martin difficult start to the 2021 F1 season continued in the Portuguese Grand Prix as both drivers failed to score any points in Portimao.
Another disappointing race for Sebastian Vettel while team-mate Lance Stroll was on the back foot after the qualifying result.
Ferrari’s team principal Mattia Binotto says the disappointing result in Portugal has cost the team in their battle for the third position in the constructors’ championship.