Roy Nissany was judged to be wholly to blame for the shocking crash between him and Dennis Hauger at the start of yesterday’s Formula 2 feature race.
In the round up: Seven arrested after Silverstone track invasion • Leclerc pleased for Sainz despite disappointment • Vandoorne blames Marrakech woe on brakes
Carlos Sainz said that drivers need to credit the FIA for safety improvements that saved two lives on-track at Silverstone.
Logan Sargeant won the Silverstone Formula 2 feature race which began with a dramatic crash involving Dennis Hauger and Roy Nissany.
Arthur Leclerc won a closely-fought Formula 3 feature race, unable to break away from his pursuers as appearances by the Safety Car kept the pack together.
In the round-up: Lawson replaces Vips as Red Bull reserve • Gasly surprised to escape Q1 • Ocon struck by battery trouble
Alpine junior Jack Doohan won his first Formula 2 race, having started third for a wet Silverstone sprint race.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says he was surprised to take his maiden Formula 1 pole in changeable, wet conditions at Silverstone.
Jamie Chadwick won her home W Series round from pole, extending her title lead with a fourth consecutive victory.
Isack Hadjar has won the Formula 3 sprint race at Silverstone, having laid in wait until the penultimate lap to pass early leader Victor Martins.
Williams junior driver Logan Sargeant dominated the Formula 2 field during Formula 2 qualifying at Silverstone, taking his first pole in the series.
Williams junior Zak O’Sullivan took pole for the Silverstone round of the FIA Formula 3 championship, after track evolution foiled his rivals.
Northamptonshire police believe protesters are planning to disrupt the British Grand Prix, and have warned them not to do so.
In the round-up: Lotterer gains points as Porsche succeed in overturning his Jakarta EPrix penalty • No F3 at Macau Grand Prix again • No change to Silverstone DRS zones
Jüri Vips’ Formula 2 team will keep him in its line-up for this weekend’s round at Silverstone, despite the driver being dropped by Red Bull for using a racial slur on a live video stream.
In the round-up: Alfa Romeo aim to start double points run • Thermal management “critical” for FE teams in Morocco • F1 joins future technology presentation at UK parliament
Extreme E teams are broadening the diversity of their staff through a scheme being run with Lewis Hamilton’s commission.
McLaren’s Formula E team will have an all-new driver line-up when it takes over Mercedes’ entry at the end of the season.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff is pushing for details of Formula 1’s new power unit rules to be confirmed soon.
Zhou Guanyu’s Alfa Romeo team predicted a bright future for the rookie Formula 1 driver after he scored his best result of the season to date last weekend.