Formula 1 Calendar 2018
In the round-up: Grosjean can’t explain qualifying crash • More traffic problems at Paul Ricard • Toro Rosso losing time on straight – Gasly
JONATHAN MCEVOY AT LE CASTELLET: Three seconds, or a Formula One eternity, separated Hamilton in pole position from the cars belonging to his old team, a comedy club called McLaren.
Formula 1 drivers and teams have expressed concerns about the Paul Ricard pitlane ahead of a potentially wet French Grand Prix
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner says he is unhappy his drivers are starting one row further back than they should.
McLaren says a problem with its car’s aerodynamics is to blame for its poor performance this season following its worst qualifying result of the year so far.
McLaren struggle for answers for their ever-decreasing pace, and Charles Leclerc does what all the greats did before him.
Haas driver Grosjean lost control of his car at Turn 4 during his first Q3 run, spinning hitting the barriers with his front wing, which got stuck and made it impossible for the Frenchman to reverse and return to the pits.The session was red-flagged as…
Haas Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean has “no explanation” for the spin that sent him into the barriers during French Grand Prix qualifying
McLaren cannot identify the aerodynamic failings of its 2018 Formula 1 car in windtunnel testing and is having to “experiment” on grand prix weekends to find solutions instead