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Juan Pablo Montoya may have joined the Racing Point team. That is the claim of Germany’s Auto Motor und Sport, who reported that the former Williams and McLaren driver was wearing a team shirt in Barcelona. The report said Colombian Montoya may have become a sort of ‘mental coach’ for Lance Stroll, whose billionaire father […]
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Christian Horner has admitted that Red Bull has taken a slight step backwards compared to 2018. The team switched from customer Renault power to a works Honda collaboration for 2019, and Red Bull officials say they are delighted with the move. But Horner admitted: “We are not as competitive as we were at the end […]
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F1 experts say Andreas Seidl is a good addition to the improving McLaren team. After the disastrous Honda years, and two subsequent seasons of struggle with current customer engine partner Renault, the once-great British team is finally showing signs of promise in 2019. And now the appointment as team boss of Seidl, who is best […]
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Kevin Magnussen says he isn’t sure if Haas will impose team orders on its two race drivers. In Barcelona, Magnussen clashed on track with his teammate Romain Grosjean, and a furious team boss Steiner seemed to blame Magnussen. On the radio, Steiner told Magnussen: “Kevin, the first one to come and see is me, please.” […]
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Mexico looks set to lose its place on the F1 calendar. It is a highly popular race, but organisers are yet to agree a new deal with Liberty Media for 2020. Liberty needs to axe two existing races to accommodate Zandvoort and Vietnam, having capped the calendar at 21 races for next year. Asked if […]
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Antonio Giovinazzi has admitted he is feeling the “pressure” to perform for Alfa Romeo. Former F1 driver JJ Lehto said recently that the so far point-less Italian, Giovinazzi, could be ousted if he does not start to secure results. “I feel so much pressure from the Italians to take home my first points,” Giovinazzi admitted […]
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Former Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene has called on the Tifosi to support the Italian team. In the season after Arrivabene was ousted and replaced by Mattia Binotto, Mercedes has completed five consecutive 1-2 victories so far in 2019. “The championship is still long and it takes patience,” the Italian told Sky Italia at the Mille […]
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Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri says there is “no panic” at Maranello after a fifth consecutive defeat to Mercedes last weekend. Sections of the Italian media say the team is in “real crisis” after Ferrari’s engine and car upgrades actually saw the gap to Mercedes blow out in Barcelona. “There is no panic. My job is […]
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Sebastian Vettel’s younger brother has played down suggestions he is aiming for Formula 1. We reported in March that the younger Vettel had this year become a Mercedes driver in the ADAC GT Masters series. But Fabian Vettel, who is 20, denied that he is on the trajectory to join his Ferrari-driving brother in F1. […]
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Red Bull can think about beating Ferrari in Monaco next weekend. That is the view of Pierre Gasly, after Red Bull moved ahead of the Maranello team in terms of performance in Barcelona. Frenchman Gasly says he is slowly upping his game in the 2019 car, having struggled since moving up from Toro Rosso. “I […]
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