Sainz trusts Red Bull will do 'right thing' for his future
Carlos Sainz says he has "a lot of trust" that Red Bull will do the right thing for his future when he starts negotiating about 2018 and beyond later this year.
Sainz gets grid penalty for Grosjean-Massa incident
Carlos Sainz has been handed a three-place grid penalty for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix after colliding with Romain Grosjean and Felipe Massa on the opening lap in Canada.
Sainz 'extremely happy' to extract maximum
Carlos Sainz says he is "extremely happy' to have extracted the maximum performance out of his Toro Rosso in qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix.
Kvyat on qualifying 20th: 'Everything' wrong with car
After qualifying last for the Spanish Grand Prix, Daniil Kvyat said he had been unhappy with "everything" about his Toro Rosso in Q1.
Sainz 'nearly laughed' at FIA's engine convergence claim
Carlos Sainz says he "nearly laughed" when he heard the FIA's claim that Mercedes, Ferrari and Renault's engines have converged to within 0.3s of one another under F1's new rules.
Toro Rosso won't ask Sainz to drop aggressive approach
Toro Rosso boss Franz Tost says he will not be asking Carlos Sainz to stop taking risks during races despite the Spaniard's race-ending collision with Lance Stroll in Bahrain.
Kvyat: Recurring Toro Rosso punctures 'not cool'
Daniil Kvyat has called on Toro Rosso to get to the bottom of his back-to-back punctures in Abu Dhabi after they compromised most of the team's Friday running.
Where does Daniil Kvyat go from here? Exclusive Q and A
In Monza, ESPN sat down with Daniil Kvyat to discuss the harsh lessons from his demotion to Toro Rosso, how he's dealt with his poor form and why he's not worrying about where he will be in 2017
Verstappen replaces Kvyat at Red Bull
Red Bull has confirmed Max Verstappen and Daniil Kvyat will switch seats, effective immediately, from the Spanish Grand Prix.
Fireworks on the way at Toro Rosso?
Could the Verstappen v Sainz battle be the team rivalry to watch this year in F1 after a firey Australian Grand Prix.
Renault considers F1 exit after rough start
French automaker Renault, which supplies engines to the Red Bull and Toro Rosso teams, says it is considering pulling out of Formula One due to the damage done to its reputation after a very difficult start to the new season.
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