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Pierre Gasly “cannot wait” for the Bahrain Grand Prix as he targets a stronger outing at one of his favourite tracks.
Racing Point’s Sergio Perez is “more optimistic than he used to be” over the Mexican Grand Prix’s future in Formula 1.
Carlos Sainz claims that Renault have finally delivered the engine that it needed “two years ago”, giving McLaren “something to fight with”.
Despite trouncing Ferrari at the Australian GP, Mercedes will continue to look into Ferrari’s different “philosophies” when it comes to their aerodynamic package for 2019.
Daniel Ricciardo insists he’s message of “stop being them” is not directed at his former team Red Bull, rather it is about “having freedom.”
Lewis Hamilton believes Red Bull could be one of Mercedes’ main challengers in this year’s championship after Max Verstappen finished on the podium in Melbourne.
With at least two drivers complaining they could not see the start lights in Melbourne due to other cars’ wings, the FIA are “working on a solution.”
Haas were closer than expected to Ferrari in terms of pace in Melbourne, however, Guenther Steiner concedes that could be because Ferrari had a bad weekend.
Formula 1’s current team bosses have made it clear they want “quality over quantity” when it comes to new teams joining the grid.
Mick Schumacher says he isn’t worried about being compared to his father Michael, adamant the added pressure has “never been a problem.”
Alfa Romeo have signed Formula 2 driver Juan Manuel Correa as their development driver for the 2019 F1 season.
Former Formula 1 racer Ralf Schumacher believes Valtteri Bottas only won in Australia due to Lewis Hamilton’s floor damage.