Lotus boss Eric Boullier still surprised by Grosjean's progress
Lotus team principal Eric Boullier has admitted that he continues to be surprised by the progress of Romain Grosjean, after the Frenchman finished runner-up in the Canadian GP.
Schumacher insists Canada retirement has not dimmed his faith in Mercedes
Michael Schumacher insists he will not lose faith in Mercedes despite suffering his fifth retirement of the season in Montreal.
Pirelli to test new hard compound tyre in practice at the British Grand Prix
Pirelli plans to test a new hard compound tyre in practice at the British Grand Prix, which will be easier for teams to work with, but has admitted it is wary of introducing it for races because of fears it could have an impact on the tight world championship battle.
Lotus thinks it has solution to its lack of qualifying pace
Lotus is confident that it will be able to deliver on its target of improved qualifying performance in the next few races, having just missed out on victory again in the Canadian Grand Prix.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner reckons 2012 Pirellis may remain a mystery for teams
Red Bull Racing believes Formula 1 teams may never totally get on top of the tyres this season - as a number of outfits chase the secret to having both good qualifying performance as well as long-distance pace in the race.
Sebastian Vettel tries New Jersey Formula 1 street track course
Sebastian Vettel became the first Formula 1 driver to sample the planned route of the proposed Grand Prix of America in New Jersey yesterday during an Infiniti PR stunt on Monday.
Senna awarded Lorenzo Bandini Trophy
Bruno Senna has been awarded the prestigious 2012 Lorenzo Bandini Trophy.
Hamilton contract talks complicated - Dennis
McLaren boss Ron Dennis has hinted Lewis Hamilton may have to take a pay cut if he wants to stay at the team beyond the end of his current contract.
Pirelli hints at fifth compound in 2013
Paul Hembery has hinted that Pirelli could look to introduce a fifth tyre compound for the 2013 season.
McLaren shoulders blame for Button's performance
Martin Whitmarsh believes McLaren was to blame for Jenson Button's poor performance in the Canadian Grand Prix.
Silverstone Young Drivers Test under threat
In-season testing made its Formula One return this season, following several years of complaints that teams and young drivers alike had been disadvantaged by the lack of non-race running.