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Lando Norris insists he’s not bothered by comparisons to Lewis Hamilton as he tends not to focus on what others have to say.
Sergey Sirotkin will be a Williams driver for many years to come with the team revealing he has signed a “multi-year” contract.
Toto Wolff concedes that a fierce rivalry is not what a team wants; instead he is happier with the relationship between Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas who push one another but without controversy.
The Formula 1 teams have reportedly agreed to make a few minor changes to the bodywork of the cars for 2019, meaning there is more space for sponsors’ logos.
Days after announcing their new crop of young drivers, Renault have revealed their racers could form part of engine deals from 2020 as thy look to find a World Champion.
Charles Leclerc believes Sauber will be handed a “big boost” this season as they switch to a current-spec Ferrari engine.
Racing the same engine as Red Bull and Renault this season, Stoffel Vandoorne says the pressure on McLaren to perform is “big.”
The rumble over whether any American drivers are good enough for F1 continues with Sebastien Bourdais saying F1 has “never been fair”.
2018 will mark the final year of Renault’s building phase as they look to become a championship-winning team.
With Aston Martin considering a future as an engine supplier, Cosworth have revealed their would be keen on a partnership with the manufacturer.
Having an inexperience driver line-up won’t hurt Williams this season; that’s according to former World Champ Nigel Mansell.
Although Renault had a torrid time in the latter half of last season with the reliability of their power units, McLaren are confident they’ve taken measures to resolve it.