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Being “positively dissatisfied” is what drove Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton to their seven World Championships apiece.
Lewis Hamilton’s former race engineer has described the “Eureka moment” that enabled the now seven-time World Champion to lift his career towards the pinnacle.
Michael Schumacher “wasn’t” forced to retire to make room for Lewis Hamilton, says former Mercedes boss Norbert Haug.
Zak Brown believes Daniel Ricciardo would be the equal of Fernando Alonso in a single-lap shootout as he prepares to welcome the Australian to the McLaren team.
Pierre Gasly thinks the upcoming Sakhir Grand Prix will be like a mini Indianapolis 500 around Bahrain’s ‘Outer Circuit’.
Lewis Hamilton believes learning how to be more of a “team player and a team leader” has helped him avoid any pitfalls in his partnership with Valtteri Bottas.
Daniel Ricciardo isn’t up there with Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen with pundits saying he is “a standalone second-tier” driver.
After a season driving in front of mainly empty stands, Max Verstappen hopes to see his orange-clad Dutch supporters back at races next year.
McLaren’s Andreas Seidl has declared his preference for fewer races and rotating the venues instead of expanding the F1 calendar.
2020 hasn’t included a title fight or even a race win for Charles Leclerc but he reckons he’s emerging as a “stronger driver”.