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Despite watching the “bizarre” Esteban Ocon saga play out, George Russell says he held onto his belief that if he produced the goods in Formula 2, F1 would follow.
Nicholas Latifi is one of three test drivers who will be action in Friday’s first practice at the United States Grand Prix.
Despite this season’s woes, Maurizio Arrivabene is “sure that sooner or later” Sebastian Vettel will win a World title with Ferrari.
Max Verstappen is lashing out at Renault because he has been “abandoned” by Red Bull; that’s according to Renault tech chief Bob Bell.
Red Bull and Honda could challenge next season with Toto Wolff predicting a shake-up in light of next year’s new aerodynamic regulations.
Mika Hakkinen reckons it would be “quite possible” to return to racing but he would only do it if he could “kick some butt.”
Stoffel Vandoorne’s racing future is secure with confirmation that he will race for HWA Racelab in the Formula E championship.
While Felipe Massa feels Ferrari aren’t coping with the pressure to win, the good news is he reckons they’re only lacking in the “small things.”
Losing ground out on track and in the points led to Renault “desperate” protest against Haas, says Guenther Steiner.
Losing the qualifying battle to Max Verstappen, Daniel Ricciardo admits his record against his team-mate has been “pretty bleak” this season.