Looking back at the 2022 season, which drivers proved to be the unluckiest in the field through car problems or being hit by their rivals?
Pierre Gasly is pushing for Formula 1 to change its penalty points rules as he is at risk of a ban. Should the FIA reconsider its system?
Pierre Gasly said he’s “more than ready” to get started at Alpine as he prepares to make his debut in testing for his new team tomorrow.
Sergio Perez believes Pierre Gasly held him up badly enough during the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix to deserve a penalty.
Pierre Gasly says AlphaTauri’s car has been up to 13 kilograms overweight for most of the season which is “like running with a backpack.”
McLaren and Alpine have reached agreements to ensure their new drivers for next season can have their first runs with them before the year is over.
As Formula 1’s popularity booms the paddock is growing increasingly congested, which has become a cause for concern among drivers.
Pierre Gasly is in danger of collecting a one-race ban after being penalised for the third race in a row in the Mexican Grand Prix.
Pierre Gasly says fans must show drivers more respect when they come into the F1 paddock, revealing his personal bag was opened twice in the last two races.
Pierre Gasly has reached nine penalty points on his licence again after picking up two for the second race in a row. Three others also took penalty points.
Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc, newcomer Logan Sargeant and other F1 drivers have special helmets for this weekend’s United States Grand Prix.
With confusion over the conclusion to the race and the world championship, plus serious safety concerns, F1 produced another unsatisfactory championship-decider.
The FIA will conduct a “thorough review” after several drivers complained about the presence of recovery vehicles at the side of the track during the Japanese Grand Prix.
Pierre Gasly was shaken after coming close to a crane on the track at Suzuka, and said its presence disrespected the memory of the late Jules Bianchi.
Pierre Gasly and Sergio Perez reacted with fury after encountering two recovery vehicles on track during the Japanese Grand Prix.
Pierre Gasly says he expects to confirm who he will drive for next year within the next two or three weeks as rumours link him with a move to Alpine.
Formula 1 drivers expect the next round in Singapore will be the “toughest race of the year” due to the heat and bumpy track surface.
AlphaTauri driver Pierre Gasly will not attend any media or paddock duties today at Monza on the medical advice of a team doctor.
Red Bull have fitted a third different power unit to Max Verstappen’s car after his problem in qualifying. Meanwhile Pierre Gasly will start from the pits.
Pierre Gasly suspects an incorrect track limits call may have again led him to be eliminated in qualifying earlier than he should have been.