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Long-time Formula 1 journalist, Leo Turrini, has posed the question of whether Sebastian Vettel would join another team in 2021.
Never let it be said that Helmut Marko or Red Bull are afraid to axe drivers, just ask Sebastien Buemi, Jean-Eric Vergne, Brandon Hartley and even Daniil Kyvat.
George Russell may be a Williams man for the next two years but he says he would definitely “consider it” if Mercedes made an approach.
Only eighth in last year’s championship with the C38, Alfa Romeo will head into the 2020 season with a “completely new” car for Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi.
Formula 1 has made tweaks to the planned Miami GP circuit, removing a stretch of the Northwest 199th Street and altering the times of Friday’s practice to appease locals. Formula 1 bosses are determined to host a second race in the United States and have put plans into place for a grand prix that will […]
Romain Grosjean is adamant the 2019 season was not a “total failure” despite Haas recording its worst showing in the Constructors’ Championship.
Although some scoffed at it, Yath Gangakumaran, the man behind F1’s plans to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2030, insists it is not a “short-term gimmick”.
Ex-Formula 1 boss, Flavio Briatore, reckons at least “five or six drivers” could have won the 2019 title in Mercedes’ car, including Fernando Alonso.
Cesare Fiorio, former sporting director of Ferrari, thinks Scuderia boss Mattia Binotto is right in waiting to make a decision on Sebastian Vettel’s future.
Red Bull’s motorsport advisor, Dr Helmut Marko, has said Max Verstappen had a spirit beyond his years after first meeting the Dutchman when he was 15 years old.