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Lando Norris admits he feels “fear” when he climbs into the cockpit of his McLaren F1 car, but he still wants to go out and race – even in Monaco.
Plans for the Hermann Tilke-designed Rio de Janeiro circuit have been revealed, but it won’t join the calendar until 2021.
Lewis Hamilton says he will miss the “conversations, our laughs, the big hugs” following the death of triple World Champion Niki Lauda.
He has done it before and he would like to do it again, however, Daniel Ricciardo reckons winning the Monaco GP in his first year with Renault is a “stretch.”
His first official outing in a F1 car began with a spin, however, since then Alexander Albon has been one of the revelations of this season – and he thanks Toro Rosso for that.
Valtteri Bottas stepped in as a late replacement for his Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton who was excused from media duties.
With 25 race wins and three World titles to his name, Niki Lauda will go down as arguably one of F1’s greatest , although his comebacks set him apart from the rest.
Niki Lauda passed away on Monday, leaving behind a legacy in Formula 1 matched by few if any.
Despite Mercedes’ run of five successive 1-2 results, Jenson Button believes the Monaco and Montreal races “will definitely mix the championship up.”
Toto Wolff insists Mercedes have no plans to withdraw from Formula 1 despite the topic being raised at a recent board meeting.
The world of motorsport has woken up the sad news that Niki Lauda has died age 70.
Mattia Binotto is adamant it won’t be a “disaster” if Ferrari discover their SF90’s concept is wrong as it means they are learning and “improving.”