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Charles Leclerc and Daniel Ricciardo were amongst the first voices to speak out after Lewis Hamilton criticised Formula 1’s silence over racial injustice.
Just when things were not looking bleak enough for Williams, Rich Energy has seemingly declared an interest in becoming their new title sponsor.
Ex-Ferrari engineer Rob Smedley has said Carlos Sainz is going to need some “very thick skin” if he is going to be a success at the Scuderia.
Sebastian Vettel’s former boss Christian Horner is one of many that would like to see him team up with Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes next season.
Renault has been warned about re-signing Fernando Alonso for a third time as his potential arrival could spark a revolution amongst the staff.
Robert Kubica likes “red road cars”, but he won’t buy one because it reminds him of his Ferrari move that fell through in 2012.
Carlos Sainz says he needs “no more than 10 laps” when the racing begins in 2020 to get back to 100%.
Two-time World Champion Mika Hakkinen believes the “enormous criticism” forced Sebastian Vettel to end his stint with Ferrari.
Haas principal Guenther Steiner says the team’s owner Gene Haas will decide whether or not to stay in F1 based on the new commercial agreement, not a budget cap.
FIA race director Michael Masi said that the idea from some fans to trial races on the opposite track layout made him “giggle”.