Red Bull is disappointed with FIA decision, criticism of Hamilton sneer to Verstappen GPFans Recap

In this GPFans Recap we take you through the most read Formula 1 news of today. Below you will find the most discussed topics from the royal class of motorsport, bundled in one article. This way you will be fully informed of all developments within a few minutes.

With today of course the aftermath of the Grand Prix of Great Britain. For example, Red Bull Racing team boss Christian Horner said he was disappointed with the decision of the FIA ​​to put Max Verstappen back in second place at the restart. Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto has provided explanations as to why Charles Leclerc was not brought in during the safety car period and Mick Schumacher spoke out about his fight with Verstappen last Sunday. You can read this and more in this new GPFans Recap

Horner disappointed with FIA decision

Christian Horner is displeased with the FIA’s decision to move the entire field back to the grid following the red flag situation that arose after the massive crash at the start at Silverstone. The Red Bull Racing team principal thinks it is important to take a good look at the regulations: “We have already asked questions about it,” he said, among other things. You can read the whole article here.

Ferrari gives text and explanation

The Ferrari team raised eyebrows during the British Grand Prix when, during a late safety car period, only Carlos Sainz was brought in for fresh rubber. Charles Leclerc led the race but became cannon fodder on old hards for the men behind him on new softs. “In our opinion, our two cars were too close to each other for them to stop, so we had to choose,” Binotto said. You can read the whole article here.

Schumacher about battle with Verstappen

Mick Schumacher had an excellent race last Sunday. The Haas driver crossed the line in eighth and thus seized the first World Cup points of his Formula 1 career. However, the young German secretly hoped for more, he said afterwards. Verstappen would have pushed him off the track twice, and that is perhaps something the FIA ​​should have looked at. You can read the whole story here.

Alonso angry at the FIA

Fernando Alonso has expressed his displeasure with the FIA. The Spaniard accused Leclerc of going off his line more than once while defending last Sunday. The two-time world champion believes that the Ferrari driver should have been penalized for this, because Alonso did receive a ticket for a similar incident earlier this season. “I saw Charles weave three or four times when he drove for Lewis (Hamilton, ed.). In Canada I moved sideways once and I got a five-second time penalty,” it sounded irritated. You can read the whole article here.

Lammers reacts to Hamilton’s sneer to Verstappen

Lewis Hamilton gave a joke to Max Verstappen after the Grand Prix of Great Britain by making a reference to the crash at Copse Corner last year. Jan Lammers calls the comment unnecessary. “That is a comment that suited him of course, but you can also say that he approached it differently this year than he did with Max,” the former Formula 1 driver said in the podcast of the NOS† “We’ve seen a fantastic race, so I think it’s a shame to bring Max in.” You can read the whole story here.