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Horner slates Wolff theatre as Mercedes mystery tackled - GPFans F1 Recap

Horner slates Wolff theatre as Mercedes mystery tackled - GPFans F1 Recap

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Horner slates Wolff theatre as Mercedes mystery tackled - GPFans F1 Recap

Horner slates Wolff theatre as Mercedes mystery tackled - GPFans F1 Recap

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has accused Toto Wolff of creating "theatre" for Netflix during a recent heated meeting at the Canadian Grand Prix. Read more...

Martin Brundle tackles Mercedes mystery after a wild weekend

How do you solve a problem like Mercedes? Even former F1 driver turned Sky Sports pundit Martin Brundle is struggling to find the answer. Read more...

Fernando Alonso burned his bridges, but he's still amazing at 40 - Nico Rosberg

Nico Rosberg has hailed Fernando Alonso for an amazing performance during the Canadian Grand Prix - but highlighted the weakness which has stopped him from having an even greater career. Read more...

Lewis Hamilton podium uncovers Mercedes direction

Mercedes technical director Mike Elliott believes the team has finally 'found some direction' with the W13 after a tough opening phase of the season. Read more...

Charles Leclerc F1 title credentials questioned by former champion

Jacques Villeneuve believes Charles Leclerc still has much to prove if he is to become a future F1 champion. Read more...

Daniel Ricciardo questions F1's "unnecessary risk"

Daniel Ricciardo has questioned whether the health risks associated with the aggressive bouncing of F1's new generation of cars are necessary. Read more...

Does Verstappen have one hand on the F1 title? - GPFans Stewards' Room Podcast

Max Verstappen was imperious in Canada as Lewis Hamilton returned to the podium for just the second time this year.

GPFans editor-in-chief Ian Parkes, deputy editor Sam Hall and F1 correspondent Ewan Gale join Oliver Wilson for this week's roundtable.

Verstappen secured his fifth win in six races after surviving late pressure from Carlos Sainz after the Ferrari driver benefitted from a cheap pit stop under the safety car.

But with one championship rival, Sergio Perez, retiring early on and the other, Charles Leclerc, recovering from 19th on the grid to finish fifth, the Dutchman extended his points lead to 46.

Can Verstappen still be caught and just what is going on with the recent run of poor power unit reliability in the sport? This and more on the Stewards' Room Podcast.

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