Red Bull driver Max Verstappen has met with FIA bosses to discuss his recent tactics and driving style.
Max Verstappen, who appears to have derived his driving technique from watching Ben-Hur, has certainly divided opinion in Formula One. The 18-year-old is either Mad Max or the most exciting new talent the sport has seen since Ayrton Senna burst on the scene in the mid-1980s.
Max Verstappen has compared himself to Zlatan Ibrahimovic after brushing away criticism of his aggressive overtaking and defensive methods in recent races.
After an incident-packed Belgian Grand Prix, we take a look at how the top 10 placed drivers fared over the course of the weekend.
That the arms race of spending within Formula One needed to be curtailed was clear to all.
Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen launched a scathing attack on Max Verstappen, after an incident between the two in Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton admitted he was surprised that he managed to come out of the Belgian Grand Prix as well as he did, dropping only 10 points in the lead he holds over his world championship rival Nico Rosberg, after the German started on pole and Hamilton in 21st place because of engine penalties.
Nico Rosberg took victory in an incident-filled Belgian Grand Prix, as Lewis Hamilton finishes third from the back row.
Formula One is bracing for another turnaround as important voices in the sport call for a lifting of the radio ban that so compromised Lewis Hamilton’s race in the European Grand Prix in Baku on Sunday.
Lewis Hamilton is still smarting at the decision by Mercedes to switch the mechanics working on his and team-mate Nico Rosberg’s cars at the start of this season – but, as he prepares for Sunday’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, the last race of the season that will decide which of them win the world title, he said that he will not make his true feelings felt for a while.
Fernando Alonso is Formula 1's "most complete" driver and the current grid's only "genius".
Nick Heidfeld may not agree, but his collision with Nicolas Prost in Saturday's Formula E race was great news for the new series.
Mercedes again dominated Formula One testing on Thursday, completing another 185 data-collecting laps, though Ferrari had the fastest car for the third time in four days.
The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve may not demand quite the inch-perfect precision of Monaco but it remains a formidable challenge. The track, sandwiched into the Île Notre-Dame between the 1976 Olympic Games rowing lake and the St Lawrence river, puts a premium on accuracy, with walls an ever-present threat and little run‑off. It is among the best venues on the current calendar and Lewis Hamilton has, to an extent, made it his own.
It does not rain much at Abu Dhabi’s Yas Marina Circuit but there is a strong feeling that everyone could be on full wets this weekend.
Bernie Ecclestone says Singapore won't extend its deal to host the Formula 1 when the deal runs out in 2017.
The fall of Ron Dennis, one of the great beasts in the Formula One jungle, has been confirmed. The chairman and chief executive of the McLaren Group – but, more than that, the image and personality of one of the biggest and most successful of F1 teams – was told by his fellow shareholders he must give up his position.