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Ex-Formula 1 boss, Bernie Ecclestone, has said current owners Liberty Media have a dilemma on their hands getting promoters to agree to new race dates.
Deputy team principal, Claire Williams, is “not particularly happy” with Formula 1’s two-tier system which is stunting competition and growth in the sport.
Antonio Giovinazzi has explained why there is a lack of Italian F1 drivers on the grid, but remains hopeful that it can improve.
Motorsport UK chairman David Richards says there is a “distinct” danger of Williams and Racing Point folding in the ongoing crisis.
Daniel Ricciardo says one only had to look at his face as pre-season testing neared its end to know that he was much happier with Renault’s 2020 F1 car.
Gerhard Berger, the boss of the German DTM series, has revealed he tried to convince former F1 driver Jenson Button to sign up for a full-time DTM ride but had no luck.
Cyril Abiteboul says he doesn’t understand why he seems to be asked the leaving question “much more” than Renault’s rivals.
With his Formula 1 debut on hold, Nicholas Latifi says he’s not nervous as it feels as if his Williams promotion is a continuation of last year’s work.
Former Benetton and Renault team boss Flavio Briatore believes Michael Schumacher and Fernando Alonso were on a par with each other.
Kevin Magnussen doubts Liberty Media will be fitting 18 races into just six months, saying even trying to do that would be “crazy”.
Don’t expect to see either Pierre Gasly or Daniil Kvyat lining up for the next Virtual GP with AlphaTauri team boss Franz Tost revealing neither wants to do it.
Racing Point has backed F1’s decision to defer the new regulations by a year but insists that doesn’t mean the team will take it easy when F1 finally gets onto the track.