Former British Formula 1 driver Derek Warwick has warned fans that it is possible for the British Grand Prix to be taken off of the calendar. After recently leaving his role as president of the British Racing Drivers’ Club, owners of Silverstone, Warwick said “The grand prix is too expensive, we’re losing money and that’s why we triggered the break clause. Britain is the home of motor sport. Does that mean there will always be a Britain grand prix? Absolutely not." - Sportsmole

Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel are this year looking to match Juan Manuel Fangio’s record of five world titles, a record only beaten by Michael Schumacher’s seven titles. When asked about the challenge, Vettel said “Certainly we will never match him in how successful he was in such a short time and with so few races. To have achieved what he did then, where a lot of things needed to come together and car reliability was not what it is now, I think he’s probably the best we’ve ever had in terms of putting it all together." - F1 Fansite

Former Sauber and MRT driver, Pascal Wehrlein will “remain part” of the Mercedes team, according to Toto Wolff. The Mercedes boss said “Pascal definitely deserves a place in Formula 1 and is certainly one of the fastest drivers. At the moment it looks a little bit bitter as far as the available driver seats are concerned. But he’s definitely going to be on our team." - Planet F1

Valtteri Bottas has revealed he is working hard to improve this season and to be a ‘better’ driver and person. The Finn explained “I think the balance sheet is a bit up and down for me. There were many good moments but many disappointments as well… I feel last season gave me a lot to work on to be a better person and driver and that’s always positive." - F1 Fansite