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Kvyat assessing "interesting options" for 2021

AlphaTauri Formula 1 driver Daniil Kvyat says he's been getting calls about work for 2021 and insists that ultimately he will be able to choose what he does

Grosjean uncomfortable with F1 radio messages being broadcast

Romain Grosjean says he does not like that all radio messages in Formula 1 can be broadcast on TV following two recent incidents involving drivers' comments

The inside story of Gasly's shock maiden F1 win Plus

The inside story of Gasly's shock maiden F1 win

Pierre Gasly's Italian Grand Prix victory will long live in the memory. But the journey to that famous win was one of many parts. AlphaTauri team manager Graham Watson speaks exclusively to AUTOSPORT to give the inside story of that crazy Sunday

Russell tips Ilott to beat Shwartzman to Formula 2 title

Williams Formula 1 driver George Russell has tipped Callum Ilott to win this year's Formula 2 title, believing his compatriot will beat Robert Shwartzman to the crown

Magnussen: Albon "poorly judged" overtake attempt in F1 British GP

Kevin Magnussen has criticised Red Bull's Alexander Albon for a "poorly judged" overtake attempt that ended the Haas Formula 1 driver's British Grand Prix

My job in F1: Sky F1 lead commentator David Croft

In the latest instalment of the My Job in F1 series, delving into the work of figures in the Formula 1 paddock, we meet Sky F1 lead commentator David Croft

My job in F1: Carlos Sainz's performance coach Rupert Manwaring

In the latest instalment of the My Job in F1 series, delving into the work of those behind-the-scenes figures in the Formula 1 paddock, we meet Carlos Sainz Jr's performance coach Rupert Manwaring

My job in F1: Mercedes trackside fluid engineer Stephanie Travers

In the latest instalment of Autosport's My Job in F1 series delving into those who work behind the scenes in the paddock, we meet Stephanie Travers, a trackside fluid engineer for Mercedes title sponsor and technical partner Petronas

My job in F1: Haas chief mechanic Matt Scott

In the latest of Autosport's My Job in F1 series, Haas chief mechanic Matt Scott explains why his role involves less hands-on work than one might expect, and the importance of good motivation

My job in F1: Master of podium ceremonies Alexandre Molina

In the latest of Autosport's My Job in F1 series, we speak to Alexandre Molina, the man who can often be seen on TV screens masterminding podium ceremonies

My job in F1: Pirelli chief race engineer Manuel Munoz

The latest Formula 1 paddock member to be grilled by Autosport is Pirelli chief race engineer Manuel Munoz, who explains the vagaries of one of F1's most demanding roles

My job in F1: Cameraman for a Dutch TV network

In the latest instalment of a new series delving into the work of those behind-the-scenes figures in the Formula 1 paddock, we meet Mathijs Notten, a cameraman for Ziggo Sport - the Dutch TV network which broadcasts F1

My job in F1: Safety car driver Bernd Maylander

In the latest instalment of a new series delving into the work of those behind-the-scenes figures in the Formula 1 paddock, we meet FIA safety car driver Bernd Maylander who has led more laps than most of the drivers on the grid

My job in F1: AlphaTauri head of communications Fabiana Valenti

In the latest instalment of a new series delving into the work of those behind-the-scenes figures in the Formula 1 paddock, we meet AlphaTauri head of communications Fabiana Valenti

My job in F1: Helmet manager to the stars Plus

My job in F1: Helmet manager to the stars

In the latest instalment of a new series delving into the work of those behind-the-scenes figures in the Formula 1 paddock, Bell helmets racing manager Michael Aumento explains his role

My job in F1: Raikkonen's race engineer Plus

My job in F1: Raikkonen's race engineer

In the first of a new series delving into the work of those behind-the-scenes figures in the Formula 1 paddock, Kimi Raikkonen's race engineer Julien Simon-Chautemps explains his role

Sainz explains his "Smooth Operator" McLaren F1 team radio messages

McLaren Formula 1 driver Carlos Sainz Jr has explained why his "Smooth Operator" messages from the 1984 song by Sade became a recurring joke in 2019

F1 needs radical points change to stop limp endings Plus

F1 needs radical points change to stop limp endings

OPINION: For a third year in a row, the F1 title has been decided earlier. That's only going to happen more often as the calendar grows, so something needs to change

Hulkenberg's plight shows "sad" state of F1's driver market - Perez

Nico Hulkenberg's failure to land a seat for 2020 would be proof of how "sad" Formula 1's driver market has become, says his former team-mate Sergio Perez

Kvyat slams "joke" rule as FIA denies F1 helmet design for Russian GP

Toro Rosso Formula 1 driver Daniil Kvyat says the rule that is preventing him from using a special helmet livery design at the Russian Grand Prix is "a joke"

F1 needs new gravel trap/asphalt approach, says GPDA chairman Wurz

Formula 1 tracks should seek better ways of blending asphalt runoffs and gravel traps at different parts of corners, reckons Grand Prix Drivers' Association chairman Alex Wurz

Russell expects Monza to be "toughest" 2019 F1 weekend for Williams

George Russell expects the Italian Grand Prix to be the "toughest" round of the 2019 Formula 1 season for Williams due to the characteristics of the Monza circuit

Toro Rosso's Kvyat "100% disagrees" with less F1 testing proposal

Toro Rosso driver Daniil Kvyat says he "100% disagrees" with Formula 1's mooted pre-season testing reduction, while new Red Bull driver Alex Albon says F1 needs to "respect rookies"

Haas's 2019 F1 problems bigger than if it had bad car, says Steiner

Haas Formula 1 team boss Gunther Steiner believes it would be easier for his team to solve its problems if it had a slower car

Kubica still wants more consistent Williams in "complicated" season

Williams Formula 1 driver Robert Kubica says he still needs consistent behaviour from his car to turn around what has proved to be a "complicated" 2019 season

Four good grands prix don't solve F1's problems - Gunther Steiner

Haas team boss Gunther Steiner has warned Formula 1 chiefs not to think that "everything is fantastic" just because the last four grands prix have been more entertaining

Ricciardo: Renault's F1 form doesn't add up after Austrian GP woes

Renault driver Daniel Ricciardo admits his team's current form in Formula 1 "doesn't add up", after the manufacturer failed to score points in the Austrian Grand Prix

Williams 'will be reimbursed' by Baku circuit for manhole hit damage

Azerbaijan Grand Prix officials have confirmed that Williams will get compensation for the damage caused to George Russell's car when it hit a loose drain cover in Baku

Everybody at Williams is a victim of its poor Formula 1 form – Kubica

Everybody at Williams is a victim during the Formula 1 team's struggles, not just the drivers, says Robert Kubica

Daniel Ricciardo: F1 driver media judgements are like football

Daniel Ricciardo believes short-term judgements on Formula 1 drivers' form are like questioning the quality of a footballer on a brief goalless streak

Norris: McLaren's Chinese GP race pace best outside F1's top three

McLaren was fast enough to be the top 'class B' Formula 1 team in the Chinese Grand Prix, had it not been involved in a first-lap crash, reckons Lando Norris

Kvyat claims F1 stewards agreed Chinese GP penalty was too harsh

Daniil Kvyat believes the Chinese Grand Prix Formula 1 stewards accepted they were too harsh with his punishment for colliding with McLaren drivers Carlos Sainz Jr and Lando Norris

Chinese GP recovery satisfies 'worst driver of Saturday' Albon

Alex Albon was pleased to be named Formula 1's 'driver of the day' for his Chinese Grand Prix charge from the pitlane, because he was "maybe worst driver" of Saturday

Raikkonen: Tyre temperature drop cost chance of better China result

Alfa Romeo Formula 1 driver Kimi Raikkonen reckons losing temperature in his front tyres cost him the chance of finishing best of the rest in the Chinese Grand Prix

Chinese GP: Alfa installed Giovinazzi's engine incorrectly in FP1

Alfa Romeo team boss Frederic Vasseur says Antonio Giovinazzi was forced to miss the opening Chinese Grand Prix practice session because the team installed his Formula 1 car's engine incorrectly

Toro Rosso's Albon had 'fireball in my face' before Bahrain points

Alex Albon says driving through a shower of sparks felt like "a fireball" at the start of the Bahrain Grand Prix, in which he scored his first Formula 1 points

Bahrain GP: Toro Rosso mix-up left Kvyat on used tyres Q2

Toro Rosso Formula 1 driver Daniil Kvyat was denied a crucial fresh-tyre run in the second segment of Bahrain Grand Prix qualifying by what he described as an "operational issue"

Sirotkin feels 'very sorry' for Williams's F1 testing difficulties

Ex-Williams Formula 1 driver Sergey Sirotkin says he feels "very sorry" for his former team over the difficulties it has already faced in pre-season testing

Downcast Robert Kubica rues 'lost' day as Williams curtails F1 test

Williams Formula 1 driver Robert Kubica feels the team "lost another day" of pre-season testing on the final day of running at Barcelona, despite completing 90 laps

Hartley: WEC LMP1 return was high priority after Toro Rosso F1 exit

Brendon Hartley says returning to the World Endurance Championship was one of his priorities once he knew Toro Rosso would not retain him for the 2019 Formula 1 season

Pierre Gasly: Red Bull 2019 F1 shot payback for snub after GP2

Pierre Gasly feels his Red Bull Formula 1 shot is payback for being snubbed after his GP2 title success, when he was "at the right place at the wrong time"

Perez: People are too used to my level in F1

Sergio Perez believes that people have undervalued his Formula 1 performances, especially in comparison to former team-mate Esteban Ocon

Pierre Gasly insists he won't be 'second driver' at Red Bull in 2019

Incoming Red Bull Formula 1 driver Pierre Gasly says he is not going to the team in 2019 to be "second driver" to Max Verstappen

Perez: Racing Point more convincing prospect than McLaren F1 return

Sergio Perez says Racing Point's promising Formula 1 future was one of the decisive factors in him ruling out a move to rival McLaren

Renault should be 'scared' of Haas for 2019 Formula 1 season

Renault should be "scared" of Formula 1 rival Haas in the future, reckons Romain Grosjean, after their season-long battle in 2018

Grosjean: Haas must handle pressure of bigger league in 2019

Romain Grosjean believes the Haas Formula 1 team has no room for mistakes in 2019 after it "changed league" and moved to the top of the midfield last year

Banning free tyre use on grand prix Fridays tabled by F1

Formula 1's push to make races less predictable included the suggestion of stopping teams from testing different tyres in Friday practice, Williams technical chief Paddy Lowe has revealed

Rivals thought Toro Rosso was 'crazy' to pick Honda F1 engines

Honda's performance in the 2018 Formula 1 season was a "highlight" for Toro Rosso because rival teams thought it was "totally crazy" to choose the engine manufacturer

Sergey Sirotkin: Weird to have 'worst run of the year' in Abu Dhabi

Williams Formula 1 driver Sergey Sirotkin says it was "a bit weird" to have his "worst run of the year" in practice ahead of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Kimi Raikkonen gets green light for early test with Sauber F1 team

Sauber's new Formula 1 driver Kimi Raikkonen will drive the team's 2018 car in post-season Pirelli testing in Abu Dhabi

Hartley: Gasly's team order speech hollow after other 2018 tactics

Brendon Hartley says his Toro Rosso team-mate Pierre Gasly's "nice speech" about team orders after the Brazilian Grand Prix rang hollow after he benefitted from them several times in 2018

Romain Grosjean: Pietro Fittipaldi can help Haas F1 sim weakness

Signing Pietro Fittipaldi will help the Haas Formula 1 team address a weakness with its simulator use, reckons the team's race driver Romain Grosjean

Sirotkin says Hamilton did nothing wrong in qualifying near-miss

Sergey Sirotkin says Lewis Hamilton did nothing wrong in their near-miss during qualifying for the Brazilian Grand Prix

Kvyat to drive in Abu Dhabi F1 test ahead of third Toro Rosso spell

Daniil Kvyat will be reunited with the Toro Rosso Formula 1 team in the post-season Pirelli tyre test in Abu Dhabi

Sirotkin: Design process for 2019 Williams F1 car 'quite different'

Williams has approached the development of its 2019 Formula 1 car with "quite a different process" after learning from its problems with this year's design, says Sergey Sirotkin

Charles Leclerc: F1 must be harsher on 'dangerous' Kevin Magnussen

Charles Leclerc says he could not understand why Formula 1 rival Kevin Magnussen was not penalised for his "dangerous" move in their fight during the Japanese Grand Prix

Renault: We shouldn't be singled out over Ocon's F1 seat struggles

Renault insists it should not be singled out for blame over why Esteban Ocon has been left struggling to find a Formula 1 seat

Gasly says debris hit his F1 helmet on first lap of Russian GP

Pierre Gasly says a piece of debris got past the halo on his Formula 1 car and hit his visor on the opening lap of the Russian Grand Prix

Alonso 'even more aggressive' since announcing F1 exit - Gasly

Pierre Gasly has criticised Fernando Alonso after their clash in the Italian Grand Prix, claiming that the Spaniard has become "even more aggressive" since announcing his Formula 1 exit

Perez: Two-tier split and Class B wins talk 'damaging F1 a lot'

Formula 1's split into two tiers and the way it forces drivers to think about fake class wins and titles is damaging grand prix racing a lot, reckons Sergio Perez