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Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul has said the signing of Daniel Ricciardo has not come at the cost of developing their car.
Sebastian Vettel has urged motor racing fans to give Mick Schumacher time and “let him do his thing” in the face of mounting pressure on the 19-year-old’s shoulders.
Kevin Magnussen has opened about life at McLaren, saying his former team expects a “certain type of behaviour” that stifles their drivers, including Lewis Hamilton.
Renault have added Chinese teen Guanyu Zhou to their academy programme and will carry out development duties in 2019.
Esteban Ocon is confident Mercedes will “remember” his potential even though he is set to spend a season on the sidelines.
Pierre Gasly need not worry that Red Bull will force him into a number two driver role as Helmut Marko insists that is “off limits” at Red Bull.
Former Mercedes technical boss Paddy Lowe is already predicting another season that belongs to Mercedes as they will be “very difficult” to beat.
The Paul Ricard circuit has undergone a few changes ahead of the June 23rd grand prix, prompting Charlie Whiting to visit the French circuit.
Sauber will officially unveil their 2019 challenger on the morning of the first pre-season test, February 18.
Sebastian Vettel has said Ferrari have all the “ingredients” they need to win the World Championship title in 2019.
Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen racing at Mercedes would be today’s “dream team”, however, F1 pundit Tony Jardine doubts the Brit would say yes to it.
Fernando Alonso has said he has “no regrets” over his career moves and “nine out of 10” drivers would have joined McLaren.