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McLaren won’t be trying to copy Mercedes’ dual axis system, DAS, any time soon with Andreas Seidl conceding the team can make bigger inroads elsewhere.
It took less than two weeks for Ferrari’s stance to move from “let them race” to “team orders” with Mattia Binotto admitting the latter could come into play this season.
Mercedes had two options with its W11, the team could adopt a “conservative” approach on the back of a sixth championship double or it could do more “aggressive.”
Red Bull’s design chief Adrian Newey has lashed out at the new Formula 1 regulations for 2021, branding them an “awful shame”.
Pierre Gasly and Daniil Kvyat are Franz Tost’s best driver line-up with the AlphaTauri team boss hailing their “fantastic natural speed”.
Analysing the data from the opening test, Mercedes has asked why Ferrari ran its “PU consistently at much lower levels” than rival teams.
Nicholas Latifi may be taking part in his first season in F1 but George Russell isn’t fooled by his rookie status.
Alexander Albon is confident his new RB16 is a step forward, revealing that the car feels “nicer” to driver than its predecessor.
Only the first week of pre-season testing is complete, but George Russell thinks there is “no way” Williams are as far off their rivals as in 2019.
The 2020 F1 cars are likely to set a host of new lap records, but Max Verstappen would prefer to see good racing.