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Max Verstappen still feels the penalty he received at the Italian Grand Prix was a “harsh” call as other drivers were “just pushing each other off the track.”
Charles Leclerc is adamant he’s not heading to Ferrari to learn, rather he is there to challenge and believes the team will let him race Sebastian Vettel.
Engaging with Jimmie Johnson on social media, hinting as a car-swapping PR exercise, Fernando Alonso admits racing in the Daytona 500 has some “appeal.”
Kimi Raikkonen faced the media in Singapore and didn’t seem too keen to play the media game, although he reveal he only began talks with Sauber at Monza.
An image of what sporting boss Ross Brawn believes the Formula 1 cars could look like in 2021 has been leaked on social media.
Renault broke a gentlemen’s agreement between the teams when they protested Haas’ VF-18 in the wake of the Italian Grand Prix; that’s according to Guenther Steiner.
Esteban Ocon admits his hopes of finding a race seat for next season are fading with rival teams not interested in signing a Mercedes driver.
Toro Rosso and Red Bull will be closer than ever next season with Franz Tost revealing his team will run Red Bull components similar to the Haas and Ferrari set-up.
As Williams continue to struggle through their worst season ever, Claire Williams has ruled out wielding the axe as “no one person is the magician.”
Preparing for a new era with Honda power, Christian Horner insists Red Bull won’t write off this season as there are still lessons to be learned.