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Daniel Ricciardo still feels it is “quite early” to confirm his Red Bull future, even though team principal Christian Horner has confirmed they are in talks with the Aussie to extend his current deal.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff believes Lewis Hamilton has reached new heights this season after the championship leader made an early statement at the United States Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso says losing most of Friday’s first practice in Austin was “quite painful” as McLaren hoped to test several updates.
Ferrari have been granted permission by race stewards to change Sebastian Vettel’s chassis in a bid to counteract the problems faced in FP2.
Felipe Massa may have “nothing to say” about Robert Kubica and Paul di Resta’s recent tests, but he also has nothing new to report on his future.
Stoffel Vandoorne reckons McLaren will have “one of the strongest line-ups” next season after Fernando Alonso re-signed with the team.
Toto Wolff (Mercedes), Robert Fernley (Force India), Gene Haas (Haas), Zak Brown (McLaren) attended Friday’s press conference in Austin.
Red Bull adviser Dr Helmut Marko has revealed that Max Verstappen “asked” to extend his Red Bull deal through to the end of the 2020 season.
Lewis Hamilton once again proved unstoppable in Austin, Texas as he topped the practice timesheets for a second time at the Circuit of The Americas.
Sebastian Vettel is hopeful of a better day on Saturday after his FP2 running was severely restricted due to a big spin-off and various set-up changes.