Mercedes is a second behind Red Bull on qualifying and race pace, said George Russell after the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.
Pit wall chatter from the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix details how Max Verstappen hounded Charles Leclerc on the radio as well as on the track.
Formula 1 intends to return to Saudi Arabia despite the concerns drivers expressed about the race following Friday’s missile attack near the track.
A thick smoke cloud visible from the track during first practice signalled a disturbing turn of events at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. Claire Cottingham saw it unfold in Jeddah.
Formula 1 should change DRS zones where necessary to prevent drivers slowing excessively as they approach detection points, Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has said.
Daniel Ricciardo is hoping McLaren’s poor form in the season-opening race turns out to be a one-off following their first points score of the season in Jeddah last weekend.
Here are the RaceFans driver ratings for all 20 drivers across Friday, Saturday and Sunday during the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix weekend.
Haas face a repair bill of up to £760,000 ($1 million) as a result of Mick Schumacher’s heavy crash during qualifying for last weekend’s race.
Alpine are happy to allow Fernando Alonso and Esteban Ocon to continue to fight each other on track but won’t hesitate to call off future scraps if it risks costing the team points.
Did Lewis Hamilton fail to hear his first of two calls to pit, or did he decided not to come in amid confusion over whether it was safe to do so?
Alfa Romeo has explained the pit stop mix-up which led to Zhou Guanyu being penalised twice in the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton has made his second-worst start to a season but he helped British drivers reach a landmark 10,001.78 points in yesterday’s race.
Red Bull’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix win is particularly special because the team started work on its 2022 car later than its rivals, says its principal Christian Horner.
Max Verstappen overcame Charles Leclerc’s defensive tactics to win a Saudi Arabian Grand Prix which was mercifully incident-free.
Who was the best driver during the 2022 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
The timing of two interruptions – one a Safety Car period, another a VSC – had a decisive effect on the outcome of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.
Carlos Sainz Jnr wants the FIA to explain why he had to wait until after a Safety Car period had ended to regain a position Sergio Perez had incorrectly taken from him.
Pierre Gasly says he was in severe pain over the final laps of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, which he finished in eighth place.
Sergio Perez said “bad luck” with the timing of the Safety Car cost him a likely win in the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.
Alexander Albon has been given a three-place grid drop for the next race while Sergio Perez and Carlos Sainz Jnr avoided penalties.