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'The negotiations are well advanced. I would very much like to continue my work here at Haas and keep my foot in F1, because my goal is to represent Brazil with a race seat. It's my dream,' says Emerson Fittipaldi's grandson.
'There comes a point when you think 'Is this normal or should we do something about it? In some places, the wheels come off the ground and it hurts. I'm worried I am hurting my back,' says Red Bull driver Max Verstappen.
Pirelli boss Mario Isola says he has been surprised by Charles Leclerc in 2019.
Mario Isola has defended Pirelli by denying that the official F1 tyre supplier favours Mercedes.
Italian GP boss Angelo Sticchi Damiani has defended the FIA and its stewards following a spate of controversial recent decisions.
Kevin Magnussen has slammed the "super uninspiring" situation with F1's Pirelli tyres in 2019.
The CEO of Pirelli has hit back at suggestions the F1 tyre supplier is favouring Mercedes.
Pirelli has hit back at claims its 2019 tyres only suit the dominant Mercedes car.
Mario Isola has responded to complaints about Pirelli's 2019 tyres.
Gunther Steiner says the current tyre situation is "not Formula 1".
'But I did not like what I tried for 2020. I am a driver and I have the right to criticise something that I do not like,' says McLaren driver Carlos Sainz.
'We are waiting for the end of the season now and hoping that it will be better next year. We are trying to survive until 2020,' says Haas driver Romain Grosjean.
Formula 1 team Haas has no immediate plans to pull out of the sport, despite controversial title sponsor Rich Energy pulling out.
Haas' team boss has played down suggestions the American outfit could close down amid its nightmarish 2019 season.
Piero Ferrari, the Maranello company's vice chairman, has admitted his concern about recent events regarding the famous Formula 1 team.
A key meeting has been convened at the scene of the Austrian grand prix.
Dr Helmut Marko has admitted he urged MotoGP boss Carmelo Ezpeleta to announce his candidacy to replace Chase Carey as CEO of Formula 1.
Ferrari will not supply a test car to Pirelli for the development of 18-inch tyres for 2021.
Bernie Ecclestone has backed Pirelli, amid criticism of the Italian supplier's 2019 tyres.
Three teams have emerged as the favourites to provide cars so that Pirelli can begin on-track testing for the 18-inch tyres for 2021.
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