Verstappen comes out on top as Red Bull split setups
Daniel Ricciardo believes his high-downforce setup in French Grand Prix qualifying contributed to the 0.190s gap he had to teammate Max Verstappen, who opted for a low-downforce setup.
Hamilton on 75th pole: I don't think about the number
Lewis Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas and Sebastian Vettel reflect on securing the top three grid places at the French Grand Prix.
Magnussen critical of 'confused', 'erratic' Kimi
Kevin Magnussen said he would have easily qualified seventh for the French Grand Prix were it not for the driving of Kimi Raikkonen in the closing moments of Q3.
Driver reaction: French GP - Qualifying
ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the Le Castellet paddock following qualifying for the 2018 French Grand Prix.
Vettel hopeful Barcelona issues don't resurface
Sebastian Vettel is confident Ferrari will not encounter the same tyre issues it faced in last month's Spanish Grand Prix.
Hamilton: It's great to be back
After topping qualifying for the first time since the Spanish Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton said it was great to be back at the front of the grid in France.
Alonso proud of performances 'amid disaster'
Fernando Alonso said his 16th-place grid position at the French Grand Prix reflects the true performance of the McLaren this weekend and took solace in beating teammate Stoffel Vandoorne by 0.186s.
Story of qualifying: Leclerc stars again, Mercedes back on top
ESPN rounds up the main talking points from Formula One's first qualifying session in France since 2008.
How Hamilton topped Vettel in France qualifying
A side-by-side breakdown of Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel's best laps in Q3 for the French Grand Prix.
Hamilton happy with 75th career pole
Hear from Lewis Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas and Sebastian Vettel as they secured the top three grid positions for the French Grand Prix.
Grosjean slides out of Q3
Romain Grosjean caused a red flag in Q3 when his Haas slid into a wall.
Stroll gets airbourne in his horror Q1
Lance Stroll managed to find a brief bit of air after running wide on his way to finishing bottom of Q1 in France.
Tire changer Breanna O'Leary getting her shot
Breanna O'Leary, the D4D Pit Crew Program alum, was the rear tire changer for her first NASCAR Cup race in early June at Michigan.
Hartley set for back row start after engine change
Brendon Hartley is set to start from the back of the grid for the French Grand Prix after Toro Rosso made engine changes.
Mercedes engine upgrade feels 'clean and fresh'
Mercedes ran its new engine upgrade for the first time during Friday practice at the French Grand Prix, and the team claims it is even better than the one they had hoped to use in Canada.
Horner: Ricciardo would be brave to join teams he's lapping every week
Red Bull boss Christian Horner used the latest bout of speculation about Daniel Ricciardo's future to take a jab at the current competitiveness of Renault and McLaren.
An amusing anecdote on a day of police incompetence outside the race track, where thousands of fans spent most of their Friday sat in traffic outside the circuit. Romain Grosjean and Sebastian Vettel were briefly blocked from entering the circuit this morning as they tried to on scooters without gloves -- a flagrant violation of French law, of course. After protests from the drivers, including from Grosjean, who tried to remind them he is one of the grid's French drivers competing at the first French Grand Prix since 2007, both drove through anyway. I'm told by a reliable source at Haas there was some colourful language used as Grosjean finally got through. Sacre bleu.
Driver reaction: French GP - Practice
ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the Le Castellet paddock following practice for the 2018 French Grand Prix.
French GP takes action after Friday traffic chaos
Fans attending the first day of action at the French Grand Prix were forced to wait hours in traffic jams as road management around the circuit proved woefully inadequate.
Boullier defends role at McLaren after 'Freddo-gate'
Eric Boullier was forced to defend his position as McLaren's racing director on Friday after a report emerged in the Daily Mail that some factory-based employees had lost faith in the team's management structure.
Marcus Ericsson crashes, car catches fire
Sauber's Marcus Ericsson was unhurt after he had a heavy crash at the end of P1. He lost the car as he span under braking before smashing into the barriers.
Maurice Hamilton looks at the remarkable tale behind Steve McQueen's 'Le Mans' film, as revealed in a recently-released documentary.
After training for a year, Brehanna Daniels got her shot changing tires in the Trucks and Xfinity races, becoming the first African-American woman to work the pits in a NASCAR Series event.