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Daniel Ricciardo has said that Renault need to take bigger steps if they want to achieve their goal of getting podiums by next season.
Max Verstappen “gets the bigger picture”, according to Red Bull team principal Christian Horner.
Pirelli has played down suggestions that the thinner tyres has contributed to Mercedes’ dominance.
Lando Norris says he will continue to adopt an aggressive approach rather than a conservative one as that’s how he will learn the most in his debut F1 campaign.
Sebastian Vettel feels it is a right that F1’s bosses have asked the drivers for their input regarding the 2021 rules, after all they are the only ones who don’t have a hidden agenda.
Renault have reportedly decided to introduce their Spec-C engine at the Belgian Grand Prix with the new power unit worth “10 or 15 horsepower”.
Although Daniel Ricciardo never thought Pierre Gasly would beat Max Verstappen in his first season at Red Bull, he is “surprised” by the gap between the two.
Toto Wolff ranks Fernando Alonso as one of the best but says he would not consider putting him in a Mercedes; he is however open to the possibility of Max Verstappen.
Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto has urged F1 not to up the list of standardised parts for 2021, saying it goes “against the spirit” of the sport.
Although Mercedes considered bringing Mick Schumacher into their junior programme, Toto Wolff says overcrowding made it impossible.
Honda’s Masashi Yamamoto says the first half of the 2019 season has been fruitful
Don’t expect to see a rookie or rookies driving for Haas next season with team principal Guenther Steiner admitting the risks are too high.