One cannot help but sense an air of unfinished business here in Montreal as Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg resume their battle for the world championship.
Mercedes will regroup at their Brackley headquarters on Tuesday morning to continue their postmortem on one of the most glaring errors in the history of Formula One.
Formula One is in danger of dying unless it respects its traditional circuits by keeping them on the calendar. That was the stark warning from the former world champion Damon Hill as he arrived at Monaco for the most glamorous, most celebrated race of all.
Lewis Hamilton’s new £100m contract with Mercedes, which was announced here on Wednesday, is unlikely to make him the man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo, that surreal place where he still qualifies as only a medium-high roller, but it still propelled him to a rare status within British sport.
Fernando Alonso hopes to see an all Spanish Champions League final, as Real Madrid and Barcelona battle for glory in the semi-finals.
McLaren, one of the biggest names in Formula One, are having an awful time – but they are hoping their fortunes will change in Sunday’s Spanish Grand Prix, when they will have upgrades to both their engine and their car.
Fernando Alonso, returning to the track where his crash in testing three months ago led to speculation his career may be over, has thanked hospital staff for the treatment he received.
The Celtic boss also discussed former Wolves coach Stale Solbakken.
Lewis Hamilton is yet to establish himself as a great driver – unlike Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso and Jim Clark.
Ron Dennis has conceded that he made a mistake when he denied that McLaren’s star signing, Fernando Alonso, had suffered concussion when he crashed during testing in Barcelona last month.
Hamilton can party all he likes.
A tongue-in-cheek look at some strange and less-reported stories from the world of F1 and motorsport that have popped up in the past few weeks.
The McLaren team for next season will be Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso.
Jenson Button is demob happy, according to the 1996 world champion Damon Hill, as speculation continues to grow that the McLaren driver is to quit Formula One.
Consensus has been hard to find in recent years but in one area Formula One has remained united. Since the death of Ayrton Senna in 1994, the FIA’s drive to improve safety has been almost entirely unopposed and highly successful. Yet here in Sochi this weekend the proposed cockpit innovation for protecting drivers in 2017 was dividing the paddock.
Formula One teams could soon be looking for another rubberman after Pirelli’s motorsport director, Paul Hembery, warned testing rules must be changed to allow time to prepare for the wider tyres in 2017.
With the 2014 F1 season in the books we're rating the drivers' performances over the course of the year. Finally, we look at the top-three performers.
Firstly, to reiterate, there is no conspiracy against Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes.
The 26-year-old has been linked with a move to the Premier League.
Lewis Hamilton became the first driver to win a hat-trick of Silverstone grands prix on Sunday when he finished 6.9 seconds ahead of his team-mate, Nico Rosberg, in the British Grand Prix.
The quintessence of motor sport – indeed the ethos of all sport – is its capacity for gladiatorial confrontation. The most extreme example, arguably, is the current fashion for mixed martial arts, which has dived opinion but developed a vast and passionate following in a relatively short time.
Nico Rosberg’s recent misfortunes continued in his buildup to Sunday’s British Grand Prix .