Rossi released from hospital after surgery

MotoGP star Valentino Rossi has been discharged from hospital and will continue his rehabilitation from injury at home. Rossi had suffered tibia and fibula fractures in his right leg on Thursday as a result of a motocross training accident. His leg was successfully operated on at

Honda boss set for crunch McLaren talks at Italian GP

Honda motorsport boss Masashi Yamamoto will arrive at Monza today for crunch talks with McLaren about their future together in F1, after flying in from Japan following a key meeting to discuss what happens next. Amid increasing suggestions that McLaren and Honda are set to

Italian GP: Friday’s press conference

TEAM REPRESENTATIVES – Toto WOLFF (Mercedes), Maurizio ARRIVABENE (Ferrari), Frédéric VASSEUR (Sauber), Robert FERNLEY (Force India), Claire WILLIAMS (Williams) Gene HAAS (Haas). Part 1 Maurizio, obviously notable that you have had some very strong updates either side of the summer break, in Hungary and in

Key F1 tech shots at Italian GP

McLaren MCL32 rear detail 1/19 McLaren is running a low-downforce rear wing in Monza similar to the one used at Spa, albeit without the coathanger-style T-wing. Sahara Force India VJM10 rear detail 2/19 Force India’s low-downforce rear wing is

Alonso to take 35-place grid penalty at Monza

McLaren’s Fernando Alonso will take a 35-place grid penalty for Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix after Honda fitted an upgraded Formula 1 engine. The Japanese manufacturer has updated the internal combustion engine in a bid to boost power, with only Alonso receiving the new unit. Honda

Grid penalties confirmed for Red Bull drivers, Sainz

Red Bull drivers Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen, as well as Toro Rosso’s Carlos Sainz, will take grid penalties at the Italian Grand Prix, it was confirmed on Friday. Verstappen and Ricciardo are expected to take 15- and 20-place penalties respectively as Renault brings in

Alonso denies Honda quit threat

Fernando Alonso says suggestions he has told McLaren he will leave if it continues with Honda engines next year are “absolutely not true”. The Spaniard’s current contract runs out at the end of this Formula 1 season, and he has vowed to decide this month