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Franz Tost adviced Alexander Albon to be “very aggressive” in the Chinese Grand Prix, after all he was starting it from the pit lane.
We are three rounds in to the 2019 Formula 1 season, and already certain drivers are catching the eye.
After consecutive disappointments in Australia and Bahrain, Ferrari must have been hoping that all would come good at Formula 1???s 1000th World Championship race in China.
Irked by questions about whether team orders are the best way to win a title, Sebastian Vettel replied: “Ask maybe Lewis [Hamilton]”.
Mercedes may have bagged a hat-trick of 1-2 results in the first three races of this season but Ross Brawn is confident F1 won’t see a repeat of Williams’ 1992 domination.
Ferrari may have a straightline advantage over Mercedes, however, Toto Wolff reckons the W10’s cornering ability was enough to hold them off in China.
Formula 1 could have two races in China in the coming years with Liberty Media talking with six cities about the possibility of a street race.
Ross Brawn feels Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto is on top of his driver “situation” in what is proving to be a “tricky year” for Sebastian Vettel.
Charles Leclerc was “hung out to dry” thanks to Red Bull’s call to pit Max Verstappen early, that’s according to Christian Horner.
Bagging his first points as a Renault driver, Daniel Ricciardo reckons his ‘best of the rest’ showing in China was set up by a good baseline in FP1 already.
Max Verstappen stopped short of calling it ‘frustrating’ but admits Red Bull are being hurt by a lack of race pace at present.
Formula 1 give us a bit too much of a peek behind the curtain, while Daniel Ricciardo and Kimi Raikkonen are on great form in China.