Sky F1's David Croft runs the rule over all 20 drivers at the halfway stage of the season. Who has shone and who has struggled?
Haas team boss Guenther Steiner has described the first-lap crash between his two drivers in the British GP as "unacceptable".
"Proud", "incredible" and "fantastic" - just some of the words used by the Haas team to describe their best-ever F1 result.
Kevin Magnussen has been reprimanded for a near-miss with Sauber's Charles Leclerc in Spanish GP practice.
Pierre Gasly labels Kevin Magnussen "the most dangerous driver I've ever raced with" after clashing in the closing laps of the Azerbaijan GP.
Haas have made changes to their pit-stop procedures and upped the amount of practice they do after Melbourne disasters.
Haas have become the first team to reveal their halo-equipped 2018 car, with images of the new VF-18 unexpectedly released online.
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Kevin Magnussen has been given the green light by doctors to continue in the Mexican GP after feeling unwell on Friday.
Hamilton delivers all-but the perfect weekend as one Spaniard takes his opportunity to impress and another is denied the points he deserved...
Kevin Magnussen and Lance Stroll have both received three-place grid penalties for impeding Sergio Perez and Romain Grosjean during US GP Qualifying.
Hamilton and Verstappen drive each other to high marks, but a Toro Rosso swansong fails to hit the high notes at Suzuka.
Kevin Magnussen says he has no plans to alter his driving style despite Fernando Alonso becoming the latest driver to criticise him.
Sky F1 pundit Mark Hughes reviews the first half of F1 2017 for all 20 drivers. Who has shone and who has had a stinker?
Nico Hulkenberg and Kevin Magnussen have become embroiled in an extraordinary war of words after the Hungarian GP.
Haas will retain Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen as their drivers in 2018, team owner Gene Haas has said.
Haas have announced that Ferrari third driver Antonio Giovinazzi will run in seven of the remaining Practice One sessions this season.
Kevin Magnussen expects a challenging season but believes the rules overhaul in 2017 will improve racing thanks to "driver's cars".
New Haas driver Kevin Magnussen has rejected criticism of him made by his old Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul.
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