Kevin Magnussen says he is disappointed after his qualifying crash means that he will now start tomorrow’s race from the pitlane.
A frustrated Lewis Hamilton says he feels his misfortune with mechanical failures is now getting to a point where ‘it is beyond bad luck’.
Nico Rosberg will start the Hungarian Grand Prix from pole with Lewis Hamilton starting from the back row. Sebastian Vettel will start second.
Nico Rosberg secured his third successive pole position at Hungary after Lewis Hamilton failed to set a single timed lap due to a fiery engine failure in Q1.
Lewis Hamilton topped the time sheets for the third consecutive session at the Hungaroring ahead of this afternoon’s qualifying, less than a tenth ahead of Nico Rosberg.
The season-long struggle for supremacy between the two Mercedes drivers reaches an important point at this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton was advised there was no hurry to pass Jenson Button before the collision which spoiled his race. Here are the team radio messages from Germany.
In the round-up: Bottas eyes more than podiums • Hamilton baffled by lack of Safety Car for Sutil incident • Racing Alonso a career highlight, says Ricciardo
Nico Rosberg has led from start to finish at today’s German Grand Prix to claim his first home race win and his fourth victory of the season after a frantic race filled with action and overtaking.
In the round-up: Hamilton may start from pit lane • Vettel underwhelmed by Renault upgrades • FRIC ban of benefit to McLaren, says Magnussen
Mercedes head into their home race weekend as clear favourites but a rules change on Front Rear Inter-Connected suspension may clip their wings.
Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel waged war over the team radios as well as on the track – and Alonso was left seething after Vettel’s eventual pass.
Lewis Hamilton has won the British Grand Prix for only the second time in his career after his championship rival Nico Rosberg was forced to retire for the first time in 2014 due to a gearbox problem.
Sergio Perez had some explaining to do on the radio after failing to begin his final flying lap in qualifying. Here are all the team radio messages.
Lewis Hamilton heads into his home race knowing he can ill afford a repeat of last year’s tyre explosion which handed victory to team mate Nico Rosberg.
The team radio messages from the Canadian Grand Prix show how Ricciardo got ahead of Vettel, and how Force India tried to cope with Perez’s late-race technical problems.
In the round-up: Newey praises ‘amazing’ Ricciardo • “I’m not holding team back” says Magnussen • Silverstone Thursday schedule announced
Michael Schumacher’s manager has announced that the former world champion is now out of the medically-induced coma that doctors placed him into following a serious skiing accident.
In the round-up: Mercedes troubles unlikely to recur • Montezemolo calls for talks on F1’s future • Haas Formula likely to be based in Britain
In the round-up: Ferrari dismiss speculation about F1 future • Alonso would like to race in Le Mans 24 Hours • Schumacher “moved from intensive care”