Williams management have confirmed that they are setting up two test days to evaluate Robert Kubica and Paul Di Resta.
Hungarian Grand Prix
Scuderia Ferrari have confirmed that Kimi Raikkonen will race for them again in 2018.
Stoffel Vandoorne believes McLaren are improving with every round, and should be able to compete higher up the order more regularly.
The dates for next season’s pre-season and in-season test sessions have been revealed.
Toto Wolff says he is not concerned by the pace Ferrari showed in Hungary.
Gerhard Berger has delivered the highest praise on Max Verstappen, by stating that he is in the same mould as Ayrton Senna.
Andy Cowell believes that Honda should not be underestimated this season, despite their bad start to the year.
Having taken over at the helm of the Sauber F1 Team last month, Frederic Vasseur has wasted no time in sorting out who the squad’s engine supplier will be next…
Franz Tost was happy with how Toro Rosso progressed across the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend, and is pleased to end the first half of the season on a high.
Carlos Sainz Jr. was pleased to end the first half of the season on a positive, by taking seventh place at the Hungarian Grand Prix this weekend.
Fernando Alonso has said he would be willing to drive for any team that can give him a winning car in 2018.
Paddy Lowe is confident that Williams can score points with both cars in Hungary this weekend.
Felipe Massa always enjoys racing in Hungary, despite it being the place where he had the worst accident of his F1 career.
Vijay Mallya is confident Force India have the package to go well in Hungary this weekend, as he looks to sign off the first half of the season on a strong note.
Esteban Ocon is looking forward to the Hungarian Grand Prix this weekend, as it is a circuit he usually goes extremely well at.