Sebastian Vettel believes Ferrari had the pace to win all five of F1 2017's races so far but denies they have let Mercedes in.
Lewis Hamilton has praised Sebastian Vettel and says everything will be tested in their closely-fought F1 title battle.
Jenson Button has admitted preparations for his F1 comeback haven't been "perfect" but says he still races without pressure in Monaco.
Nico Rosberg is back in town for the Monaco GP, and the world champion explains why Lewis Hamilton has greater backing this season.
Fernando Alonso has proved he has the speed to claim a sensational Indianapolis 500 victory this weekend, according to Zak Brown.
A shift away from 'short-termism' is the cause of Ferrari's resurgence, according to their former technical chief Pat Fry.
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Renault will not be able to offer Fernando Alonso a winning car next season, the team's 'special advisor' Alain Prost has admitted.
Fernando Alonso completed over 300 miles as teams focused on their race setups on Monday at the Indy 500.
Alexander Rossi joked Fernando Alonso was a specialist in engine changes during a humorous press conference at the Indy 500.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says he has 'rediscovered' his love for Formula 1 in 2017 because of his team's ding-dong title fight with Ferrari.
Jenson Button has played down a 2018 return to the grid, insisting he is only replacing Fernando Alonso in Monaco as a "one-off".
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Fernando Alonso will start on the second row at the 2017 Indianapolis 500 after securing fifth spot in qualifying.
Fernando Alonso starts fifth for his first Indianapolis 500, with Scott Dixon on pole.
Sebastien Bourdais suffered "multiple fractures to his pelvis and a fracture to his right hip" during a horror crash at the Indy 500.
Fernando Alonso secured himself a spot in Sunday's nine-car shootout for pole after another impressive performance at the Indy 500.
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Formula 1 has made a trio of appointments to help shape the sport's future regulations as part of Ross Brawn's push to improve racing.