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Lewis Hamilton is “disadvantaged” by having the “best car” in the field, not in terms of results but rather in reputation, so says Jan Lammers.
Formula 1 will take to the small screen with Netflix in an upcoming movie about a F1 driver who is forced to become a getaway driver to save his family.
Charles Leclerc took to track for the first time in 2021 on day two of Ferrari’s Fiorano test with Carlos Sainz watching on.
Aston Martin have released footage of Sebastian Vettel arriving at the team’s headquarters in the UK, wearing green, of course.
Mattia Binotto is confident that he still has Ferrari’s “full trust and support,” despite the resignation of one of his biggest allies.
McLaren technical director James Key says the “determined” Daniel Ricciardo can fill the “gap” Carlos Sainz has left.
Charles Leclerc will “never” be satisfied with second place, a trait team boss Mattia Binotto feels he shares with Ferrari legend Michael Schumacher.
AlphaTauri technical director Jody Egginton has revealed the team’s frustration over not getting the better of Ferrari in 2020.
McLaren have announced that their partnership with CNBC will continue after striking a new multi-year agreement.
Marcus Armstrong says his first-ever run in a Formula 1, and a Ferrari at that, was “unforgettable” as he put in the laps at the Fiorano circuit.