Tuesday 17 May
Lewis Hamilton should be disciplined by Mercedes for the accident that wiped out him and team-mate Nico Rosberg at the Spanish Grand Prix, according to Sir Jackie Stewart, who blames the triple world champion for the crash. (Daily Mail)
While Mercedes non-executive chairman Niki Lauda says Hamilton “took the blame” for the incident. (Fox Sports)
F1’s youngest ever winner Max Verstappen has posted a video on Facebook reflecting on his maiden victory at Sunday’s Spanish Grand Prix.(Facebook)
And the Dutchman says his target for the Monaco Grand Prix is to avoid crashing into the walls like last year.(Grand Prix Times)
Romain Grosjean will run a new Haas chassis on Tuesday’s opening day of Formula 1’s first in-season test of the year at Barcelona. (Eurosport)
Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel admits he would have tried the same daring manoeuvre that Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo attempted towards the end of the Spanish Grand Prix, if their positions had been reversed. (Formula1.com)
The halo and aeroscreen cockpit protection concepts will both be tested ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix later this month. (Fox Sports)
Monday 16 May
Mercedes will not seek to impose any limits on Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg racing each other despite their Spanish Grand Prix collision. (Autosport)
Non-executive chairman and former champion Niki Lauda blamed Hamilton for the first-lap accident that put both the Briton and his Mercedes team-mate Rosberg out of the race. (Guardian)
After Sebastian Vettel exclaims: “What are we doing here, racing or ping pong?!” following a daring manoeuvre from Daniel Ricciardo, the colourful Australian takes to Twitter to issue a humorous response.
Meanwhile, Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner says he felt pitting Ricciardo against Vettel on a three-stop strategy was the team’s best chance of victory in Barcelona. (Motorsport.com)
Horner says the way Max Verstappen executed his final stint to claim a stunning maiden victory at the Spanish Grand Prix proves he has a “very bright future”. (ESPN)
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne insists team boss Maurizio Arrivabene’s job is safe and claims “the work he is doing is extraordinary.” (GrandPrix.com)
Jenson Button on Instagram after his ninth place in Barcelona: “P9 obvs not a result we’re happy with but points on the board plus a very tricky race in terms of strategy. Guys thank you for all the support this year, we’re pushing hard for improvements and hopefully soon we’ll have something to shout about.”
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