How did F1 end up with a race as bad as the French GP?
The dull French Grand Prix raised the age old question of whether F1 is about sporting excellence or entertainment. Laurence Edmondson looks at how Mercedes' pursuit of the former has ruined much chance of the latter this season.
Toto Wolff - Online 'trolling' makes Mercedes stronger
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has said that online trolling is getting out of hand but he insisted that it makes his team stronger.
Steiner baffled by Haas' 'worst weekend' in F1
Guenther Steiner said he had no answer for why Haas was so off the pace at the French Grand Prix, which he labelled the team's worst weekend since joining the F1 grid four years ago.
Hamilton: Teams should have no say in F1's rules
Lewis Hamilton says F1's current rule-making process is flawed as it allows teams to have a say in vital decisions about its future.
Tasca III races to 2nd straight Funny Car victory
A week after winning in Bristol, Tennessee, for his first victory in nearly seven years, Bob Tasca III edged Jack Beckman for his sixth career win.
Rossi wins at Road America, led 54 of 55 laps
Alexander Rossi took the lead in the first turn of the first lap, and then drove away from the rest of the field to win Sunday's IndyCar race at Road America.
Two time penalties demote Ricciardo out of points
Daniel Ricciardo has been demoted to 11th in the final classification at the French Grand Prix after being penalised for abusing track limits in two last lap overtakes.
Hamilton: It's not my fault F1 has turned out like this
Lewis Hamilton can understand why people think his dominance of Formula One is boring, but says it is wrong to blame him or any other driver for the on-track product.
Only a miracle can save the 2019 Formula One season now
Lewis Hamilton's dominance of the 2019 season continued in France, this time without any controversy. It will take something quite special for Valtteri Bottas or anyone else to prevent the British driver from winning a sixth career title.
Horner: Vettel struggling with pressure-cooker environment at Ferrari
Red Bull boss Christian Horner puts Sebastian Vettel's error-strewn recent past down to the intense expectations that come with racing for Ferrari.
Strategy guide: Is there any way to stop Mercedes at the French Grand Prix?
A look at the quickest way to get to the chequered flag at Paul Ricard, where Ferrari faces a challenge to take the fight to a dominant Mercedes outfit.
Herta, 19, youngest pole winner in IndyCar history
Alexander Rossi will start second behind 19-year-old Colton Herta on Sunday, followed by Will Power, Josef Newgarden, Graham Rahal and Takuma Sato.
McLaren building new wind tunnel at UK HQ
McLaren has confirmed it will invest in a new wind tunnel at its UK headquarters in a bid to return to the front of the Formula One pecking order.
Hamilton was relaxed once he heard Ferrari's Canada evidence
Lewis Hamilton said he had no concerns about losing his Canadian Grand Prix victory once he heard about the details of Ferrari's case to try to overturn the result.
Story of qualifying: Where do Ferrari go from here?
ESPN looks at the main talking points following Mercedes' dominance of qualifying for the French Grand Prix.
Why the stewards' decision is the least of Ferrari's worries this weekend
After losing its Canadian Grand Prix appeal, Ferrari's attention must turn to a more pressing matter -- namely, a distinct lack of pace ahead of this weekend's race in France.
Trump says he'll give Penske Medal of Freedom
President Donald Trump says he's awarding a Presidential Medal of Freedom to Roger Penske, the most powerful man in American motorsports.
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