TCF went trackside during the British and German Grands Prix and took up position at key vantage points at Club Corner, the Luffield complex and the Motodrom. These are some of my findings:
Frédéric Vasseur says he will be patient as Antonio Giovinazzi continues to develop as a Formula 1 driver, with the Italian not under any pressure to perform despite only one point in the first ten races of 2019.
Toyoharu Tanabe says he does not know how or why Honda are as close to Mercedes and Ferrari as they are at this stage of the 2019 Formula 1 season.
Pirelli boss Mario Isola felt Lewis Hamilton's decision to run the hard compound gave him the advantage during Sunday's British Grand Prix.
Guenther Steiner was angry after seeing Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen collide on the opening lap of the British Grand Prix last Sunday.
Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen's British Grand Prix outings were ruined by a first lap collision between the two Haas drivers, the second consecutive year they've clashed on lap one at Silverstone.
Frédéric Vasseur was pleased to see Kimi Räikkönen score points at Silverstone, but he was displeased to see Antonio Giovinazzi spin out early with what appeared to be a mechanical issue.
Otmar Szafnauer felt the safety car during last Sunday's British Grand Prix compromised the afternoon for both Racing Point drivers, with the team leaving Silverstone without any points.
Sergio Pérez was left to reflect on what might have been had it not been for the intervention of the safety car during the British Grand Prix.
Renault F1 Team's Team Principal Cyril Abiteboul has said he was pleased with the result with the result the team was able to achieve at the British Grand Prix on Sunday, which saw both drivers finish in the points.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner enjoyed the first part of the British Grand Prix before Max Verstappen's collision with Sebastian Vettel that compromised the team's weekend.
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