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Kimi Raikkonen believes Alfa Romeo have made a “big step” with their new C38, which he spun and then drove without any further issues in Spain on Monday.
Alfa Romeo is the latest team to officially launch their 2019 F1 car, alas without the awesome Valentine’s livery – although the official one isn’t bad.
Alfa Romeo put the official livery of their C38 on show to the world this morning ahead of the first test in Barcelona.
Although F1 has yet to see all 10 new cars as some teams used 2018 cars for livery launches, we have seen the new wings with Ferrari and Alfa Romeo adopting “unusual” designs.
Kimi Raikkonen completed 33 laps as Alfa Romeo ran their 2019 car for the first time today at Ferrari???s test circuit Fiorano.
As McLaren officially launched their MCL34 to the world, Alfa Romeo quietly got on with some on-track business.
Kimi Raikkonen has said he is enjoying a more “relaxed” atmosphere at Alfa Romeo, where there is less “politics and bull****” compared to Ferrari.
Partnering Kimi Raikkonen in his debut campaign, Antonio Giovinazzi believes he is “lucky” to have the Finn as his team-mate.
Haas team principal Gunther Steiner claims the changes at Ferrari and Sauber’s re-branding will not affect his team’s relationship with the Scuderia.
Fiat could own two Formula 1 teams before the year is out with reports in Germany claiming Ferrari’s parent company has an “option” to buy the former Sauber team.
The FIA have published the final entry list for the 2019 World Championship, with Alfa Romeo fully replacing the Sauber name.
Sauber have announced they will be known as Alfa Romeo Racing from the 2019 Formula 1 season.
Having a title sponsor such as Alfa Romeo on board has led to a rather busy winter for the Sauber team, says team boss Frederic Vasseur.