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Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene has offered an honest assessment of the Scuderia’s 2017 campaign and their overall standing in relation to the top dogs Mercedes.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has said that Pascal Wehrlein “deserves” to be in Formula 1 and it is a “shame” that he finds himself with no seat for 2018.
The Grand Prix Drivers’ Association chairman, Alex Wurz, has revealed that there has been a 100 per cent sign-up for the first time since the association’s inception.
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier has said that he feared a staff exodus at the team as their struggles with Honda continued to worsen.
Red Bull’s chief technical officer Adrian Newey is still caught in two minds over the implementation of the Halo, praising the safety element but critical of the design.
Lewis Hamilton believes as many as four teams could be in contention for the titles next season with McLaren being the new dark horse.
Williams have reportedly pencilled Friday in as the day on which they will reveal Lance Stroll’s new team-mate.
McLaren reserve driver Lando Norris is unlikely to get any track action during grand prix weekends next season, but Eric Boullier insists he will still have a “busy life”.
Kevin Magnussen has described Haas as a “real race team” as there is “no bull****”, adding he is “very at home” with the American outfit.
Toto Wolff has admitted that Esteban Ocon is in the Mercedes “picture”, but has dismissed suggestions that the Force India driver is being lined up to replace Valtteri Bottas.