3rd (100 Pts)
5th (72 Pts)
Ferrari have decided not to appeal Sebastian Vettel's Canadian GP penalty - but are still considering a right of review challenge.
Damon Hill and Johnny Herbert believe a more hands-off approach from officials to driver battles would benefit the sport.
Lewis Hamilton has described Sebastian Vettel as the driver he most enjoys racing against after their controversial Canada battle.
Ferrari say they have lodged an intention to appeal the Canadian GP stewards' decision against Sebastian Vettel.
Sebastian Vettel raged at F1's officials and claimed they "stole the race" from Ferrari, before later moving Hamilton's first-placed marker board.
Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto has told Sky F1 the team will remain "active" in Formula 1's recruitment market.
Sebastian Vettel expressed delight at ending his long wait for another pole position and said it was a boost for Ferrari.
Lewis Hamilton admitted Ferrari were just too quick on the straights in Canadian GP qualifying, as he congratulated Vettel.
Ferrari turned the tables on Mercedes in second practice for the Canadian GP as Leclerc topped a one-two while Hamilton crashed out.
Sebastian Vettel has underlined the importance of the six races before the summer break to Ferrari's hopes of challenging Mercedes.
Sebastian Vettel has reacted with surprise to rumours suggesting he is considering retiring from F1 at the end of this season.
Mark Hughes analyses whether high-speed Montreal presents Ferrari with a genuine Mercedes-beating opportunity this weekend.
Mercedes reckon the nature of the Canadian GP may present them with a “huge challenge” to continue their unbeaten run in F1 2019.
F1 2019 hits the overdrive button over the next two months with six races in nine weeks, as Ferrari look to hit back against Mercedes.
Sebastian Vettel believes he could get closer to Mercedes in a "happy" car but admits Ferrari are still struggling to find that sweet spot.
Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto says misjudgements in their qualifying projections led to Charles Leclerc's shock qualifying exit.
Charles Leclerc was a shock Q1 casualty in Monaco qualifying as the Ferrari driver endured a nightmare Saturday.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel crashed but Charles Leclerc set the pace as Mercedes were unexpectedly outpaced in Practice Three.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel insists "anything can happen" at this weekend's Monaco GP, while favourites Mercedes are staying cautious.
What chance does Monaco's very own, Charles Leclerc, have of getting in the victory mix? Mark Hughes assesses his chances.
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