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Grand Prix Drivers’ Association president Alex Wurz thinks Sebastian Vettel is another example of a driver burning out at Ferrari.
Daniel Ricciardo believes the longer than expected break from Formula 1 could help him have a longer career.
Formula 1 teams have agreed to reduce the upcoming budget cap to $145 million (119 million pounds) for 2021, according to the BBC.
Grand Prix Drivers’ Association chairman Alex Wurz says all 20 Formula 1 drivers are in agreement that the series must be more competitive.
Several drivers expect chaos when Formula 1 returns with everyone rusty from their extended break, but Kevin Magnussen doesn’t.
Carlos Sainz has said that McLaren helped him in his talks with Ferrari and gave him their blessing to make the move.
F1 managing director Ross Brawn says Formula 1 will be in a “great place in six months” and urged fans to keep remembering the good times.
With the British Grand Prix looking unlikely to go ahead, reports suggest that the Hungaroring is being considered as a replacement.
Damon Hill has expressed concern that, in the eyes of many, a season with a reduced calendar wouldn’t be seen as a ‘proper championship’.
Discussing Sebastian Vettel’s future, David Coulthard believes Aston Martin could be an interesting, ‘left-field’ option for the German.