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Formula 1 have insisted the 2021 season will begin in March as scheduled after reports that the Australian Grand Prix could be postponed due to the ongoing global health pandemic.
James Allison says that, while Mercedes are happy with their car, they have concerns about the tyres being introduced in 2021.
McLaren have expressed their pride in the work Lando Norris has been doing to promote the mental health side of F1.
Otmar Szafnauer says that it will be a “fine balance” developing the 2021 cars while also preparing for the 2022 regulations.
AlphaTauri believe learning from mistakes will be another significant step in their climb up the Formula 1 ladder.
Williams hope new regulations relating to the floor of cars will push them closer to their rivals at the sharp end.
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Red Bull driver programme boss Dr Helmut Marko said the people responsible for resurfacing Istanbul Park deserve a “medal”.
As part of his training, Haas’ Nikita Mazepin is using the same sensors as seen in lie detector tests to help control stress.
Aston Martin have begun making their presence felt as a rebranded Formula 1 team with the launch of their new website and social media accounts.