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Yuki Tsunoda needs a “very good manager” to help take care of future contracts and any mistakes he might make, according to Kamui Kobayashi.
Ferrari think they can fight McLaren for pace this season, having closed the gap to last year’s ‘best of the rest’ over the winter break.
George Russell thinks it was “crazy” that Williams did not have a technical director – which they have now addressed with the arrival of Francois-Xavier Demaison.
James Allison has said that the original plan in Bahrain, before the poor pit-stop, wasn’t for Valtteri Bottas to hold up Max Verstappen.
Ferrari have clawed back some of last year’s deficit, but Mattia Binotto says they are still “lacking in all areas” including the engine.
Winning the Bahrain Grand Prix against all the odds, Damon Hill says Lewis Hamilton “stopped the rot” that was threatening Mercedes’ season.
Formula 1 steward Emanuele Pirro said Max Verstappen would have at worse been given a five-second penalty at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Mika Hakkinen says the Bahrain GP battle between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen reminded him of the rivalry between Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost.
Red Bull are doing all they can to maximise the RB16B’s performance before the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, says chief engineer Paul Monaghan.
Ferrari vice chairman Piero Ferrari does not believe that winning a race in 2021 is “too much to ask for”.