Happy to learn he'd be starting on the inside of row four at the Russian F1 Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel insisted that he was not growing frustrated at Ferrari's poor 2016 reliability.
Jolyon Palmer says a lack of confidence in his Renault RS.16 is harming his performance, admits there is no obvious fix.
Daniel Ricciardo admits the 'Aeroscreen' device looks 'different' but remains convinced fans will get used to it if it was introduced for racing.
Haas team principal Gunther Steiner feels new teams entering F1 should be given free additional testing days to familiarise itself with the sport.
Daniil Kvyat has bemoaned his misfortune in Melbourne for the second year running after he suffered an electrical failure on the formation lap
Gene Haas admits he is 'nervous' ahead of his team's F1 debut but he is excited about what the inaugural year will bring.
Renault Sport F1 boss Cyril Abiteboul admits that qualifying at the Australian Grand Prix will be something of an adventure, despite expressing confidence in his strategists.
Williams' new FW38 continues the team's recent trait of struggling in slow corners, but F1 veteran Felipe Massa insists the car is still a step forward over its predecessors.
Rio Haryanto is set to become the first Indonesian driver to compete in a Formula 1 Grand Prix and says he’s keen to make his country proud