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Fernando Alonso and McLaren will join forces again as the Spaniard attempts to complete the Triple Crown at the iconic Indianapolis 500.
Alain Prost has expressed his concern over “stupid” regulation changes made by governments which could have a huge impact on Formula 1.
Red Bull’s Alex Albon has called Mercedes “sneaky” with their dual-axis steering system reveal at the first pre-season test.
Ferrari are the latest Formula 1 team to take action as the deadly coronavirus continues to spread around the world.
Max Verstappen reckons Daniel Ricciardo’s debut campaign with Renault would not have been “the easiest” for the Aussie given the complete lack of podiums.
Sebastian Vettel has given weight to Mercedes’ claims Ferrari did not turn up the wick in the opening test, saying that’s “not on the agenda”.
Honda is speaking with Red Bull about continuing their partnership but admit the trend towards “electrification” could see it end.
After Esteban Ocon’s problems with Sergio Perez, Daniel Ricciardo has reminded the new Renault signing that they need to work together.
Mercedes’ dual axis steering, DAS, system may be legal when it is on the track but Renault’s Alan Permane has questioned whether it remains so in parc ferme.
Analysing the data from the opening test, Mercedes has asked why Ferrari ran its “PU consistently at much lower levels” than rival teams.