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We are three rounds in to the 2019 Formula One season, and our beloeved Kimi Raikkonen is drunk…again.
Frustrated by the barrage of questions about Ferrari’s use of team orders, Sebastian Vettel had a go at Formula 1 journalists in Shanghai.
Max Verstappen says he has no issue with the way Sebastian Vettel defended his position in Shanghai, even though he was pushed wide onto the dirt.
Lance Stroll believes Racing Point needed to be “more proactive” after he finished outside the points at the Chinese Grand Prix.
Daniil Kvyat claims the Chinese Grand Prix stewards agree that the penalty imposed on him for his first lap crash with both McLarens was “quite harsh”.
Alfa Romeo principal Frederic Vasseur admits he was concerned for the reliability of Kimi Raikkonen’s engine in the Chinese GP.
Renault have confirmed that a software glitch caused Nico Hulkenberg’s MGU-K issue in China, rather than a failure of the component itself.
Mercedes principal Toto Wolff has warned that although he understands Ferrari’s use of team orders, they risk ‘opening a can of worms’.
Mercedes romped to an easy 1-2 at the Chinese Grand Prix with Lewis Hamilton setting himself up for the victory with a pass on Valtteri Bottas into Turn 1 on lap 1.
Ferrari team orders for the third race running, much to Charles Leclerc’s annoyance. Daniil Kvyat launches torpedo mode.