Verstapen under fire from F1 drivers

Briton Jenson Button said Verstappen should be careful with what he says, after wrongly accusing Grosjean of deliberately braking early. McLaren driver Button, the 2009 world champion, said: “He’s obviously inexperienced, it’s easy to go and jump on the bandwagon with that. The thing is, you’ve got to be very careful with what you do

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Renault: “We want more from F1”

Renault F1 chief Cyril Abiteboul told Motorsport.com: “The one thing I can say is that in our opinion the engine supplier model does not work with the new engine regulations. “The level of spend is so high that you don’t get enough benefit as a supplier to justify the spend – particularly to catch up

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Pushing for some new tokens

After motor racing’s governing body accepted the current engine rules had not specifically stated when engines had to be homologated this year, it allowed car manufacturers to use engine development tokens throughout this season. But with the FIA well aware that it did not want an open house on engine development, Motorsport.com has learned that

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