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Daniel Ricciardo says he has “come to terms” with the possibility of Red Bull and Honda getting it right, and Max Verstappen winning the World title.
Williams technical chief Paddy Lowe has defended the team’s decision to select Sergey Sirotkin over Robert Kubica for the 2018 season.
Fernando Alonso is embracing the openness the Daytona 24 Hours event enjoys with its fanbase and does not think it can be replicated in Formula 1.
Three-time Formula 1 world champion Sir Jackie Stewart believes it is “absolutely wrong” for drivers not to have coaches helping them with their race craft.
Sergio Perez reckons Sauber, with its Ferari ties and “great team leader”, could be the team to watch in 2019 – and he’s not the only one bigging up Sauber’s chances.
Max Verstappen insists he will “definitely” be ready for a title charge once he has a car that is capable of fighting for the crown.
Lando Norris acknowledges that while he wants to “thrash” Carlos Sainz, that is “very unlikely to happen” given his team-mate’s wealth of F1 experience.
Kevin Magnussen believes one of the keys to Haas’ success has been the team’s attitude, opting for a constructive approach as opposed to playing the blame game.
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.