Ted Kravitz is a Formula One pit lane reporter.
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British Grand Prix
if you're still up and care to see us getting totally blanked by Gerard Butler, the Austin Qualifying Notebook is on 11.35pm & online after
LH wished everyone a good rest of weekend and left. Totally his prerogative.. A classic bit of F1 off-track tension.
...He simply said that the reaction to thurs press conf had disappointed him and he wasn't going to answer questions.
You might read about Lewis Hamilton storming out of a Merc press briefing just now. He didn't...
Jenson Button on how he's definitely, positively, absolutely not retiring from F1: skysports.com/watch/video/spu2026
Felipe had list of people he wanted to thank on clipboard so wouldn't forget in emotional retirement announcement. pic.twitter.com/L9pc9LAATK
Kimi: 'If we get maximum out of car we can have a strong weekend'. He's 40/1 for the win. pic.twitter.com/WfdCsOJRyM
Good old Fernando, never misses an opportunity pic.twitter.com/sUDAIFGamG
These drivers were outside 107% in Q1. There may be trouble ahead.. pic.twitter.com/Avu5ke0j0Q
Seb Vettel on the tighter team radio restrictions: 'Complete bulls**t'. pic.twitter.com/prHE1kSo1K
British GP Qualifying Notebook is on in 5 mins, #SkyF1, channel 407. Includes a particularly random second half (even by notebook standards)
This makes interesting reading if you're not bored with Rosberg/Hamilton handbags. No team orders.. ish: f1.mb4.me/rpvyim3z
Was the Rosberg/Hamilton clash avoidable? Did Hamilton need to stop a second time? twitter.com/strategyreportu2026
Bernie delighted with cake gift.. pic.twitter.com/d8ix9rdZCX
Lewis Hamilton's engine went on the blink after Baku.. He's now down to his last 1. He thinks it will mean 2 future races starting from back
In a crazy world, one thing is certain: Seb Vettel is a cool dude. His latest bike: pic.twitter.com/tlodFzHWlf