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Formula 1’s newly ratified 2021 regulations will make the top teams “dinosaurs”, that’s according to Racing Point technical director Andrew Green.
McLaren’s financial struggles have been reflected in their Q1 financial records for 2020, reporting a revenue loss of £175million in the first quarter.
Lewis Hamilton has warned rivals there is “no substitute for experience”, saying he has added knowledge to talent over the years.
“Formula 1 wins today” proclaimed Zak Brown as the World Motor Sport Council ratified a reduced cap and other new rules for 2021.
Felipe Massa believes Sebastian Vettel is simply another great driver who didn’t have a Ferrari good enough to win the title.
F1’s cap is good for the sport’s survival but in the here and now it is “painful” for McLaren with the F1 team losing around 70 staff.
Valtteri Bottas could be the next driver on the move with reports in France claiming Toto Wolff ‘would rather’ he move to Renault.
The British Grand Prix, or in this case grands prix, at Silverstone have been moved to early August on the provisional F1 calendar.
The wait for the return of the Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort will have to go on a little longer as it has now been officially postponed until 2021.
Lawrence Stroll’s £200m investment in Aston Martin could open the door for Sebastian Vettel to move to what is, at least today, Racing Point.