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Christian Horner believes Formula 1 is at a “crossroads” and needs to decide not only on new engine regulations but whether the driver or the technology will dominate the sport.
Although Christian Horner acknowledges Renault’s efforts, he admits he “wants more” from Red Bull’s engine supplier.
Lewis Hamilton has stated that Mercedes have given up more points than Ferrari this season – a trait that needs to stop after the summer break.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner would like to see his team narrow the gap in qualifying, but is not particularly enthusiastic about Renault providing the extra pace.
Despite recording five retirements in 11 grands prix, Max Verstappen says in general he is happy with Red Bull’s showing in the first half of this season.
Formula One’s managing director for motorsports Ross Brawn has said performance gaps need to be “narrowed” in order to stop the sport becoming “unsustainable”.
Formula 2 points leader Charles Leclerc marked his first time in the 2017 Ferrari car by topping the timesheets on the first day of the Hungary test.
Max Verstappen has said sorry to Daniel Ricciardo and Red Bull for causing the collision that led to the Aussie’s first lap retirement.
Daniel Ricciardo has said his “amateur” team-mate Max Verstappen can have no excuses for the Lap 1 collision that ended the Aussie’s race.
Sebastian Vettel held onto a tough race win, Mercedes played hard but fair behind as Max Verstappen caused Daniel Ricciardo to retire.