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Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko has identified the Canadian Grand Prix as a potential turning point as they wait for Renault’s engine upgrade.
Daniel Ricciardo has said he is at a loss to explain why Red Bull are off the pace set by the leading duo of Ferrari and Mercedes.
Over 300 mourners gathered at Worth Abbey in Sussex to pay their respects to the legendary John Surtees.
Fernando Alonso has welcomed the new aerodynamic regulations and believes they are more in line with how Formula 1 racing should be.
Having finished the Australian Grand Prix last of the classified runners, Stoffel Vandoorne concedes that is McLaren-Honda’s genuine position in the rankings – “last.”
Having impressed in his F1 debut, Antonio Giovinazzi says he would be happy to do another race with Sauber but concedes that is not his job.
Christian Horner reckons if Red Bull can make up about half a second per lap, they will be up there with Mercedes.
Toto Wolff is adamant that Mercedes will come back stronger in China after a “personality-building” loss to Ferrari at the Australian Grand Prix.
Although he has three World titles to his name, Lewis Hamilton’s hunger to win another has “frickin doubled” especially after losing the crown last year.
Third in his first race with Mercedes, Niki Lauda reckons retired World Champ Nico Rosberg wouldn’t have done any better than his replacement Valtteri Bottas at the Australian GP.
Despite a shock retirement at the end of 2016, Nico Rosberg seems unable to walk away from F1 – even if it is being an armchair fan along with the rest of his family.
Charlie Whiting has declared that the FIA will investigate the track invasion as the drivers returned to the pits in the wake of Sunday’s Australian GP.