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Teams with new drivers heading into the 2021 season have made life more difficult for themselves, according to Alfa Romeo’s Jan Monchaux.
AlphaTauri boss Franz Tost says the creation of the team’s brand new 2022 car is “right at the front” of their minds – even before the forthcoming season has begun.
Ferrari have announced the start of a Le Mans Hypercar (LMH) programme from 2023 that will see them enter the new premier class of the World Endurance Championship.
Sir Lewis Hamilton and his Mercedes team are both in the running to repeat their previous successes at the Laureus World Sports Awards in 2021.
Silverstone are optimistic this year’s British Grand Prix will take place in front of a 140,000-capacity crowd after the UK’s lockdown ‘roadmap’ was outlined.
Sergio Perez aside, Red Bull are looking much the same this year as they did last season, from the RB16b to Max Verstappen’s new helmet.
Christian Horner is refusing to let speculation about Max Verstappen’s future and his potential move to Mercedes in 2022 distract Red Bull.
Red Bull, Max Verstappen and even Formula 1 itself have a lot riding on Red Bull’s newly-launched 2021 car, the RB16b, says Mark Hughes.
Despite a wretched 2020 campaign, Alfa Romeo boss Fred Vasseur is backing Ferrari to recover a “large part” of last year’s lost pace.
Sergio Perez has described his “amazing” first day driving a Red Bull as “a dream come true” after testing at Silverstone.