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Rich Energy is “currently the title partner of Haas” insists Guenther Steiner despite the energy drink company saying they had parted ways with the F1 team.
Lewis Hamilton insists he is bothered by people saying his success is only down to the car that he is racing, saying he knows what he brings to the team.
Although Daniel Ricciardo has denied he’s off to Ferrari next season, the Aussie has left the door open for 2021 as he says he’s not ready to commit to Renault long-term.
Following Paddy Lowe’s official departure it is business as usual for Williams’ design department, only these days there’s a “spring in everybody’s step”.
Max Verstappen is under contract for 2020, however, Christian Horner says they won’t hold him to a piece of paper, rather it is his “belief” in the project that will keep him at Red Bull.
Undone by cooling issues at a sweltering hot Austrian GP, Mercedes will be happy to note the cooler weather that has been forecast for this weekend’s British Grand Prix.
Red Bull Racing have a licence to thrill at this weekend’s British Grand Prix, teaming up with Britain’s favourite agent, James Bond.
Silverstone’s new deal with Liberty Media has protections in place should F1’s owners press ahead with plans for a street race in London, revealed BRDC chairman John Grant.
While Haas are trying to figure whether they have a title sponsor, Williams have announced that ROKiT have extended their deal from three to five years.
Although Kimi Raikkonen concedes the margins in F1’s midfield are “very small”, he feels Alfa Romeo can head to Silverstone confident of a good points-haul.