In the round-up: Haas explains why it was second-slowest on Thursday • Button says he ‘shouldn’t have raced’ in 2016 • Hamilton criticised over grid girls remarks
F1’s front-running teams could gain a “big advantage” if they successfully gamble on starting the Monaco Grand Prix on ultra-soft tyres.
Artem Markelov returned to the scene of his first victory in the F1 support series with a “masterclass” second win in the Monaco Formula Two feature race.
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Thursday was the first day of track action in Monaco. It was also an opportunity to grill the team bosses on the day’s pressing matters before enjoying a bit of Red Bull hospitality.
Formula One teams will seek more details on plans to overhaul the sport in 2021 from Liberty Media in a meeting today in Monaco.
Force India’s delayed 2018-specification front wing is unlikely to appear until next month’s French Grand Prix.
In the round-up: Hartley dismisses rumours his seat is under threat • Ferrari customers make first engine change • Ricciardo hoping to redeem lost 2016 win
Pirelli could changes the naming system for its tyres for 2019 following a request from the FIA and Formula One Management.
Drivers will find it much harder than expected to run a one-stop strategy in the Monaco Grand Prix, according to Carlos Sainz Jnr.