Carlos Sainz is still in the dark over what his F1 future will look like. Sainz is currently contracted to Toro Rosso for another year after Red Bull took up the option to extend his deal last month. The Spaniard has been linked with a move to Renault and Williams, but Red Bull insists that he will remain where he is.
Sergio Perez believes that it time to move on after coming together with teammate Esteban Ocon a number of times over the season. The two caused a headache for Force India last weekend at the Belgian Grand Prix when they collided twice during the race.
Honda says that it improved the speed of its power unit last weekend at Spa-Francorchamps, gaining about one-tenth of a second. The Japanese manufacturer has endured a torrid season so far, with the engine proving to be painfully slow and annoyingly unreliable.
After a tough weekend in Belgium, Williams is hoping for a strong showing at the Italian Grand Prix this weekend. The Grove based team didn't show a lot of pace at Spa-Francorchamps just under a week ago, but managed to come away with an eighth place finish.
Max Verstappen has pleaded with Renault to remove a safety setting on its engine. The Dutchman claims it was a security setting on the engine that caused the failure mere laps into the Belgian Grand Prix last weekend, putting an end to his race.
Daniel Ricciardo has admitted that he would not join Ferrari if it meant playing the role of second driver to Sebastian Vettel. The Australian is slowly emerging as the favourite to replace Kimi Raikkonen after their respected contracts at Red Bull and Ferrari expire at the end of 2018.
David Schumacher, son of former Grand Prix driver Ralf and nephew of Michael is hoping he will one day make it to Formula 1. The German is set to move from karting into the German Formula 4 series next year, competing in the team run by his father.
Nico Rosberg believes that it would be wrong for Valtteri Bottas to be ruled out of the equation for this year's championship fight. Bottas was appointed as Rosberg's successor at Mercedes in 2017 after the German driver won last season's world championship.
After recovering from a slow start at last weekend's Belgian Grand Prix to finish in sixth place, Renault's Nico Hulkenberg is looking forward to returning to Monza for the Italian Grand Prix, with the Temple of Speed being a clear favourite among drivers throughout the grid.