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Red Bull boss Christian Horner believes Sebastian Vettel’s 2012 title win shows that it would be wrong to rule him out of this year’s World Championship battle.
There could be two comeback stories at Toro Rosso in 2019 with Pascal Wehrlein rumoured to replace Brendon Hartley.
Honda are reportedly ready to roll out a significant engine upgrade in Russia which would produce more power than Renault.
Eddie Jordan doubts Charles Leclerc will match Kimi Raikkonen’s points-tally from this season when he races for Ferrari next year, but says it is a sign the Scuderia are planning for the future.
Alain Prost believes that paying the big bucks for Daniel Ricciardo to join Renault will be a justifiable move.
Williams are in limbo over their driver line up as they have yet to learn “where and when” Lance Stroll will end up.
Sebastian Vettel feels Ferrari’s loss to Mercedes in Singapore shows that their SF71H’s advantage over the W09 isn’t as big as people have been saying.
Esteban Ocon says Sergio Perez held up his hand for their first lap crash in Singapore, apologising after the race.
Charlie Whiting has poured cold water over the suggestion that Sergey Perez deliberately hit Sergey Sirotkin in Singapore, saying it was just a misjudgement.
Mercedes will not try to curb Lewis Hamilton’s “rock and roll” lifestyle, with Toto Wolff conceding his Singapore wins shows that it works for him.
Formula 1 will not extend the blue flag margin past its current time of 1.2s, despite Valtteri Bottas calling for just that in Singapore.
Red Bull’s Adrian Newey believes Sebastian Vettel is feeling every bit of the pressure in his 2018 title challenge.