Fernando Alonso has cast fresh doubt on his F1 future after moving just one leg away from completing motorsport's triple crown.
Valtteri Bottas has conceded that Mercedes cannot be considered the favourites for this weekend's returning French GP.
The latest news, rumours and speculation from the paddock, with McLaren's disappointing form under the spotlight.
Fernando Alonso celebrated a victorious debut for Toyota in the 86th edition of the Le Mans 24 Hours race.
Sky Sports F1's Rachel Brookes reviews an eventful week in Montreal for a race which remains one of the year's highlights...
Can Alonso move one step closer to a Triple Crown by winning Le Mans at the first attempt? He's got a very good chance...
Looking at the numbers behind Sebastian Vettel's landmark 50 Grands Prix victories and where he has won them from.
IndyCar driver Max Chilton has told the F1 Report that Le Mans success this weekend could see Alonso head to IndyCar in 2019.
Formula 1 chief Ross Brawn has apologised to model Winnie Harlow and says she was an "innocent victim" from the Canadian GP flag controversy.
Don't miss an entertaining interview with Sebastian Vettel as the four-time world champion sits down with Sky F1's Ted Kravitz.
Christian Horner is optimistic Max Verstappen's form is on the turn after returning to the podium in Canada, a race he attended alone.
Claire Williams has categorically ruled out any prospect of the Williams writing off 2018 to make any early start on their 2019 car.
An impressive Charles Leclerc says his confidence just keeps on growing amid praise from the Sky F1 team after another superb drive.
Martin Brundle reviews the Canadian GP and the contrasting displays of the two Ferrari drivers - and the young Ferrari protege waiting in the wings...
Lewis Hamilton accepts Mercedes have "fallen back" in recent races but retains absolute faith they can win the 2018 F1 title.
Fernando Alonso has told Sky F1 he has "an important decision" to make on his future amid rising speculation he could switch to IndyCar.
Who mastered Montreal and who had a weekend to forget? All the ratings after the championship lead changed hands in Canada...
The FIA claim the chequered flag mix-up in Canada was a result of simple miscommunication but insist they will "review procedures".
Sebastian Vettel has hit back at the description of the Canadian GP being boring and warned F1's critics some World Cup matches won't be classics either.
Lewis Hamilton expects Ferrari to falter in the world championship battle and says Mercedes need to keep the pressure on the Scuderia.
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