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Hot on the heels of Ralf Schumacher saying F1 isn’t too far away for his nephew Mick, Nick Heidfeld says it could even happen this year.
Knowing 2020 is Sebastian Vettel’s last year with Ferrari, Piero Ferrari says Mattia Binotto will need to “objectively” manage that situation.
Although billed as a future World Champion, Charles Leclerc says he is “still far away” from that goal.
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Needing to spend development tokens to fit the Mercedes engine in 2021, Zak Brown believes 2022 is when it will all come together for McLaren.
At home and unable to race on anything but a simulator, George Russell hopes to at least get in a few tests on “four wheels” before the 2020 season begins.
Max Verstappen and Lando Norris will form part of Team Redline’s driver line-up for the virtual Le Mans 24 Hour race on June 13-14.
A total of 1200 employees across the McLaren organisation are to be made redundant in a further attempt to cut costs.
Andreas Seidl will be the driving force behind McLaren’s return to Formula 1’s top three, says Timo Glock.
George Russell is hoping Mercedes will give youth a chance after seeing how other teams are preparing for future seasons.
Haas boss, Guenther Steiner, has said he cannot afford to sign Sebastian Vettel and thinks it will take someone with “a lot deeper pockets” to do so.