Formula 1 enjoyed a lively encounter and race-long battle for a lead at a track which previously served up two duds. What made Paul Ricard’s latest race so good?
FIA president Jean Todt says he would like to see less controversy in motorsport, following a series of disputes over Formula 1’s regulations.
Formula 1’s tyre troubles have returned with seven failures in the last 12 months. How – and when – will it finally get on top of the problem?
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says he saw genuine progress at the French Grand Prix from Valtteri Bottas, whose place at the team for next year is in doubt.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says the team’s victory in the French Grand Prix disproved any insinuations about their performance.
In the round-up: Alpine can take fight to Ferrari on high-degradation circuits – Alonso • Mercedes “left points on the table” • Miami could move race downtown in future
Yas Marina is removing chicanes, adding a very quick new corner and speeding up its final sector. Will that add up to better racing when F1 visits for its season finale?
Jacques Villeneuve preferred “funky” set-ups, but found Fernando Alonso’s too extreme even for him. He described his F1 career in cars.
Kevin Magnussen had a little luck on his side when he took the lead 25 laps into his IndyCar debut, but did he show he can cut it in the series?
George Russell, Fernando Alonso and Max Verstappen were RaceFans’ Star Performers of the French Grand Prix. Here’s why.