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Following the recent rumblings around the legality of Ferrari’s PU, Honda say a “fair” engine battle is all they ask for.
Sebastian Vettel has shaken off the suggestion that dealing with Ferrari’s team orders is similar to the Red Bull Multi 21 incident.
The fight for titles is now done in 2019, but it seems Ferrari are left with two races to convince us of their innocence.
Kimi Raikkonen says he wouldn’t have believed someone if they’d have told him when he started in F1 that he’d still be here at 40.
Sebastian Vettel has welcomed Formula 1’s plans to reduce its carbon footprint, saying the series would be “stupid” not to use its platform to tackle the issue.
Alfa Romeo’s Antonio Giovinazzi says the new contract he has secured with the team gives him a “big confidence boost” heading into the Brazilian GP.
Williams have been rocked by a parts shortage in the second half of the season, and deputy principal Claire Williams says it’s down to a “huge run of bad luck”.
Haas principal Guenther Steiner thinks the budget cap coming from 2021 may reduce performance gaps in F1, but not eliminate them.
Formula 1 have announced that operating income is up from $39m to $44m for the third quarter in 2019 compared to this time last year.
The Bathurst International could feature Fernando Alonso, Jenson Button and Nico Rosberg as they are expected to receive invitations to the event at the iconic Mount Panorama circuit.
Max Verstappen has dismissed reports that he wants to leave Red Bull while he also admits the Ferrari “cheat” saga is a “sensitive topic”.