Sebastian Vettel believes he could get closer to Mercedes in a "happy" car but admits Ferrari are still struggling to find that sweet spot.
Williams have signed leading female racer Jamie Chadwick to the role of development driver for their F1 team.
New McLaren boss Andreas Seidl says he has joined a team with "a lot of positive momentum", but progress to the top will take time.
Red Bull say they know Honda have to "push the boundaries" with their engine in F1 2019 if they are to match Mercedes and Ferrari's power.
Mick Schumacher has described reaching Formula 1 as his destiny, as he aims to learn from his legendary father's career.
A confident Valtteri Bottas claims his storming start to the season is proof that his approach to F1 2019 is working.
Fernando Alonso will stop competing in the World Endurance Championship after June's Le Mans 24 Hours.
Lewis Hamilton has described Ayrton Senna as the "most iconic driver" in history, as the sport remembers the Brazilian great.
Ferrari are confident of catching up to early F1 2019 leaders Mercedes once they unlock their car's "very strong" potential.
Sky F1 expert Mark Hughes analyses Mercedes and Ferrari's start to the season.
Adrian Newey says Honda are a "breath of fresh air" for Red Bull and is confident their engines will soon match those of Mercedes and Ferrari.
Daniel Ricciardo admits he is having to adapt his driving style at Renault and "get out of some old habits" from his time at Red Bull.
Lewis Hamilton has defended Sebastian Vettel following his costly error at the Bahrain GP, backing the "great athlete" to bounce back in F1 2019.
Fernando Alonso has advised Mick Schumacher to take the first F1 opportunity that comes his way in future years.
Charles Leclerc the Bahrain star but cruelly denied victory as Lewis Hamilton swoops in, while Sebastian Vettel spins and Lando Norris shines...
Charles Leclerc confirmed he is a "world champion in waiting" with his performance at the Bahrain GP, Monday's newspapers say.
Ferrari believe they can take solace from the team's resounding return to form at the Bahrain GP despite Charles Leclerc's engine issue.
Lewis Hamilton has admitted Mercedes were "very, very lucky" to win in Bahrain with the world champions under no illusions that they are behind Ferrari.
Sebastian Vettel has accepted the blame for the spin which cost him a podium finish in the Bahrain GP.
Lewis Hamilton commiserated with Charles Leclerc over the "devastating" late blow which lost him a maiden Formula 1 victory.
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