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While it was “great” that Sebastian Vettel helped clean up at Silverstone, Ralf Schumacher would rather he’d “picked up points”.
Aston Martin team principal Otmar Szafnauer has confirmed that the team have now fully swapped their focus onto their 2022 challenger.
Aston Martin are plotting their way to title challenger status, and their former driver Sergio Perez can see it happening.
Otmar Szafnauer says Aston Martin will try their best to challenge at the front in 2022, but know they need to continue to develop their infrastructure to compete.
Ralf Schumacher has claimed that he has heard of “a lot of internal problems” within Aston Martin at the moment, which are hampering their progress.
Pirelli will be swimming in data on their 18-inch tyres after a two-day Silverstone test involving Haas, Aston Martin and Red Bull.
Sebastian Vettel said he was ‘very disappointed’ to have not finished the British Grand Prix, after spinning, damaging his car and plummeting down the field.
Sebastian Vettel has a new engine for the British Grand Prix, but did not think it could have powered him to much better than P10 in qualifying.
Lawrence Stroll says he will not be pushed around in his quest to bring World Championships to Aston Martin.
Aston Martin’s top boss, Lawrence Stroll, has not ruled out a future move for Lewis Hamilton in the years to come, saying the team would be “crazy” not to consider him.
Aston Martin have continued their recruitment drive, appointing former Honda man Mark White as Operations Director.
Sebastian Vettel returns to Silverstone in the hope of some “proper racing” for his first visit as an Aston Martin driver.
Aston Martin reserve driver Nico Hulkenberg doubts whether the team can become much more competitive over the remainder of this season.
Christian Horner has poured cold water on Aston Martin’s hopes of bringing in their newly-appointed technical director Dan Fallows ahead of schedule.
Otmar Szanauer has admitted that Aston Martin are employing “classic poaching” tactics as they rapidly increase the size of their team.
Red Bull are talking of keeping Aston Martin’s new technical director Dan Fallows for two more years, but that is seen as empty words.
Aston Martin has confirmed they will try and brighten up their livery on the AMR21, but a return to a predominant pink has been ruled out.
Sebastian Vettel suspects that Aston Martin went more “aggressive” than others during Friday practice at the Austrian Grand Prix.
Aston Martin have continued their technical restructuring by appointing a second member of Red Bull’s staff to a senior position.
Several teams have voiced their concerns about clutch use heading into the first running of sprint qualifying at Silverstone – with the possibility of needing to skip practice as a result.
Aston Martin sponsor BWT want to bring a pink colour scheme back to the car, because it “doesn’t stand out on TV” and the car’s “recognition would be higher”.
Sebastian Vettel was unsurprised by his lack of qualifying pace for the Styrian Grand Prix as he felt he did not extract the most from his Aston Martin’s performance.
Sebastian Vettel said he would be up for racing in the wet in Austria at the weekend, with concerns over Aston Martin’s race pace heading into Sunday.
Red Bull will lose their head of aerodynamics, Dan Fallows, to Aston Martin after he was announced as their new technical director.
Aston Martin team principal Otmar Szafnauer hopes his team’s performance in France showed they have not been bending the rules to improve their car.
Aston Martin’s Sebastian Vettel said he and his team “did our homework” as they made their alternate strategy pay off at the French Grand Prix.
Otmar Szafnauer has said, because of Sebastian Vettel’s level of detail, the Aston Martin post-race debriefs can last “forever”.
Sebastian Vettel says he struggled on his final run in Q2 in France, but isn’t yet sure why exactly that was the case.
Sebastian Vettel says it’s up to him and his team to be able to ‘unleash’ the pace from his Aston Martin after appearing sluggish in France on Friday.
Pirelli has finally shed some more light on their findings from the two high-speed crashes in Baku caused by tyre blow-outs.