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Red Bull junior driver Dan Ticktum will contest the 2019 Asian F3 Winter Series in a bid to secure enough points for a Formula 1 superlicence.
So it’s arrivederci to Maurizio Arrivabene. But have Ferrari made the right decision? Here are some of our readers’ reactions…
McLaren team principal Zak Brown has urged Liberty Media to address Formula 1’s growing B-team issues after “questionable” on-track antics in 2018.
Pascal Wehrlein, formerly on the books at Mercedes, will join Ferrari as a development driver for the 2019 season.
Red Bull’s motorsport advisor, Dr Helmut Marko, has once again expressed his excitement with the new relationship with Honda.
Brendon Hartley won’t be taking up a role as Ferrari’s test or simulator driver; that’s according to the New Zealander’s father.
Formula 1’s managing director of motorsport, Ross Brawn, has bemoaned the continued struggles of McLaren and Williams.
Flavio Briatore has backed Ferrari’s decision to replace Maurizio Arrivabene as team boss, saying with “different management” 2018 could have yielded a different outcome.
Fourth in the championship in two of the past three seasons, Otmar Szafnauer says Racing Point must retain their “efficient” approach despite finally having money in the bank account.
Ferrari have officially confirmed that Mattia Binotto has replaced Maurizio Arrivabene as team principal.