Sky F1's Martin Brundle reflects on France's return to the F1 calendar and the unexpected drama it served up at its very first turn...
The battle for 2018's F1's world title will continue to fluctuate on "marginal gains", according to Mercedes chief Toto Wolff.
It was an eventful race back in France, but which drivers mastered F1's return to Paul Ricard and who had an afternoon to forget?
Sebastian Vettel said he went to see Valtteri Bottas after Sunday's French GP and taken responsibility for their first-lap crash.
Fernando Alonso insists he still feels "very privileged" to be competing in Formula 1 despite McLaren's miserable French GP.
Max Verstappen has accused his critics of double standards in the wake of Sebastian Vettel's crash in the French GP.
Lewis Hamilton has described Sebastian Vettel's five-second penalty at the French GP as a "tap on the hand".
Lewis Hamilton has joined the hordes of England fans dreaming of World Cup glory for the Three Lions this summer.
Valtteri Bottas posted the fastest time in a heavily-compromised final practice session at the French GP.
Toro Rosso's Brendon Hartley is set to start at the back of the French GP grid after Honda were forced to change his power unit.
Max Verstappen has hailed Red Bull's Honda deal as "exciting" and believes there is no reason to doubt their 2019 partners.
Lewis Hamilton says he is enjoying "beautiful" France after its F1 return - but of more significance may be the introduction of Mercedes' new engine.
Mercedes have introduced their new upgraded engines for the French GP in a potentially key boost to their championship hopes.
Lewis Hamilton enjoyed the perfect start to his French GP weekend by leading a Mercedes one-two in the first practice session.
McLaren chief Zak Brown has laughed off reports the team's workforce have threatened mutiny and categorically ruled out a return to the team for Martin Whitmarsh.
Where is the championship heading? Is the Ferrari car the best? Can Mercedes' Montreal struggles be explained? And where do Red Bull fit in?...
Sebastian Vettel believes Ferrari have plenty of reasons to be confident heading into F1's first Grand Prix triple-header.
Daniel Ricciardo says he has not received a 'big money' offer to join McLaren for 2019, but is aware there could be interest from them.
Get ready for the return of the French GP, live only on Sky Sports, and the first leg of F1's first ever triple header!
Ahead of the French GP's return, Sky F1 analyst Mark Hughes compares how F1's French drivers have performed this season.
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