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Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas believes he is becoming a better driver with age and is still “far away” from his best.
Esteban Ocon hopes he can bring a “new perspective” and “a different way of thinking” to Renault.
Alex Albon insists he is staying clear of expectations and pressure following his Red Bull promotion.
Haas principal Guenther Steiner has confirmed that he rejected an approach from Pascal Wehrlein to join the team for 2020.
Formula 2 racer Juan Manuel Correa remains in an induced coma, but his family have reported slight improvements in his condition.
Valtteri Bottas isn’t sure if the uncertainty over his Mercedes future affected his performances, but knows the security he now has helps his future.
Charles Leclerc believes Ferrari must remain realistic about their chances in 2019 with the Singapore GP coming up.
Carlos Sainz hopes DRS won’t be needed in 2021, but admits that without it now there would be “close to zero overtakes”.
Toro Rosso principal Franz Tost believes it won’t be long before Pierre Gasly is back to full confidence.
McLaren have again urged Liberty Media to axe Ferrari’s veto when writing up the 2021 Concorde Agreement.
Sergio Perez wants SportPesa Racing Point to be the fourth-fastest team in Formula 1 by the end of 2019.
Haas seem to have narrowed down the options for Kevin Magnussen’s 2020 partner to Nico Hulkenberg or Romain Grosjean, but who do they pick?