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Lawrence Stroll’s £200m investment in Aston Martin could open the door for Sebastian Vettel to move to what is, at least today, Racing Point.
Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer is reportedly on his way out of the door, set to be replaced by AMG boss Tobias Moers.
Aston Martin has officially confirmed that Mercedes-AMG chairman Tobias Moers will join the team on August 1 as their new CEO.
Racing Point owner Lawrence Stroll will invest £200m into his F1 team, set to become Aston Martin, over the next five years.
We hope you are sitting down for this one…Lance Stroll will partner Sergio Perez at the renamed Aston Martin team in 2021.
Toto Wolff’s personal investment into Aston Martin will not lead to acquiring a stake in the reformed Formula 1 team, according to team boss Otmar Szafnauer.
Mercedes boss, Toto Wolff, has explained why he recently bought shares into luxury British carmaker Aston Martin.
Racing Point boss Otmar Szafnauer says the team are targeting wins in Formula 1 by 2023 as they trasform into Aston Martin for 2021.
Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff has bought shares in Aston Martin, but he remains committed to the Silver Arrows, Motorsport.com report.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has once again stated he has no plans to become CEO or make an investment in Aston Martin.
Probably not the best day to announce news, with it being April Fool’s Day and all, but this is no joke: Aston Martin’s F1 return is officially confirmed.
Aston Martin has expressed concerns over cash during the next 12 months, but new investor Lawrence Stroll is confident that their plans to enter Formula 1 will still go ahead.
Lawrence Stroll and his consortium have bought more shares in Aston Martin, taking advantage of stock prices falling further due to market insecurity
Racing Point owner Lawrence Stroll says the Aston Martin works F1 team will be the “foundation” of the company’s new strategy.
Aston Martin chief executive Andy Palmer has said that Lawrence Stroll’s consortium has purchased a stake in the company with F1 wins in mind.
Rumours have been circulating that Racing Point owner Lawrence Stroll could invest in Aston Martin, and investor talks have been confirmed.
Racing Point owner Lawrence Stroll is reported to be interested in buying a major stake in Aston Martin, according to Autocar and RaceFans.net.
It looks as if Aston Martin will not be making a move into supplying engines for Formula 1, due to the new regulations.
Aston Martin believe the prospect of them becoming an engine builder could be used to entice Ferrari into remaining in Formula 1.
With Aston Martin considering a future as an engine supplier, Cosworth have revealed their would be keen on a partnership with the manufacturer.
Aston Martin president and CEO Andy Palmer has revealed that several teams have declared an interest in working with them should they decide to enter Formula 1 in 2021.
Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer has reacted positively to the initial announcement made by the FIA and FOM which revealed their initial vision for the sport post-2020.
Aston Martin have been recruiting staff with Formula 1 experience as they continue to assess whether they will join the sport as an engine supplier.