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Red Bull and Honda could challenge next season with Toto Wolff predicting a shake-up in light of next year’s new aerodynamic regulations.
Mika Hakkinen reckons it would be “quite possible” to return to racing but he would only do it if he could “kick some butt.”
Stoffel Vandoorne’s racing future is secure with confirmation that he will race for HWA Racelab in the Formula E championship.
While Felipe Massa feels Ferrari aren’t coping with the pressure to win, the good news is he reckons they’re only lacking in the “small things.”
Losing ground out on track and in the points led to Renault “desperate” protest against Haas, says Guenther Steiner.
Losing the qualifying battle to Max Verstappen, Daniel Ricciardo admits his record against his team-mate has been “pretty bleak” this season.
Fernando Alonso and the Toyota No.8 car failed to convert pole into race victory at the 6 Hours of Fuji.
Romain Grosjean has said he was always confident about keeping his race seat at Haas for the 2019 season.
Lance Stroll is happy that his friendship with Esteban Ocon is still intact ahead of their off-season moves.
Sebastian Vettel has pinpointed qualifying as a key area of improvement as he attempts to cling on to his very faint World Championship title hopes.
Mercedes feel Mick Schumacher can become “one of the greats of our sport” after clinching the FIA Formula 3 European Championship at the Hockenheimring.
Ex-Formula 1 driver Mark Webber has said he has “concerns” about Daniel Ricciardo’s imminent move to Renault.