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The legendary brand of Maserati could reportedly return to Formula 1 for the first time in 60 years and become a title sponsor for Haas next season.
A change to the much-maligned engine penalty system has been made ahead of the 2018 season in an attempt to make it easier for fans to understand grid positions for races.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner has ruled out Antonio Giovinazzi returning to the American outfit next season, saying the situation was unhelpful.
The legendary Alain Prost has been very impressed with Stoffel Vandoorne’s development as McLaren and thinks he is operating at a higher level than Fernando Alonso.
Honda have announced that Yusuke Hasegawa will be leaving his role as Formula 1 chief and taking up a new position on January 1.
Although Sebastian Vettel feels for Robert Kubica, he reckons the Polish driver’s return would be a “pity for younger drivers” as he’d take away their opportunity.
Liberty Media have “engaged” some F1 circuit bosses to discuss changes that would improve racing; that’s according to Ross Brawn.
Knocking on the door of a Williams race-seat, Robert Kubica concedes that the final step in his return is the “most difficult one.”
Michael Schumacher is “still fighting”, that’s according to Jean Todt who earlier this week inducted the seven-time World Champion into the Hall of Fame.
Ross Brawn admits he’s worried that the Mercedes “steamroller” will continue on next season.