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Daniil Kvyat is adamant there is no need to change his approach, he just needs to get in a “clean weekend” in order to start building his points tally.
Lagging behind F1’s leading cars by as much as “one to two seconds” per lap, Gene Haas says his team’s deficit is “really depressing.”
Although Christian Horner concedes that the gap to Mercedes and Ferrari is “too big” for Red Bull to haul back, he is hoping to at least outscore the Scuderia in the second half of the campaign.
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Although some in the paddock fear the arrival of Halo goes against the DNA of Formula 1, Valtteri Bottas says he doesn’t think it will “hurt” the sport.
Guenther Steiner is confident Sauber’s new Ferrari deal won’t hurt Haas’ own deal with the Scuderia.
Renault managing director Cyril Abiteboul has admitted that the French team’s winter ambitions with their engine programme led to this year’s reliability issues.
Felipe Massa has refuted suggestions that Formula 1 racing isn’t what it used to be, saying there is no difference in the number of overtakes today as when he first started.
Kimi Raikkonen reckons Charles Leclerc will do “good things” when he steps up into Formula 1.