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Helmut Marko has all but ruled out Sebastian Vettel mounting a challenge this season, saying Aston Martin is still “too far away” from Red Bull.
Competing under the Aston Martin name is a “huge privilege” and a challenge that Otmar Szafnauer is confident the team formerly known as Racing Point will rise to.
Ralf Schumacher has warned Sebastian Vettel not to expect miracles when he lines up on the 2021 with Aston Martin as the team still has “some shortcomings”.
Aston Martin have confirmed their new F1 factory plan is running 12 months behind schedule and due to open in August 2022.
Aston Martin boss Otmar Szafnauer has said the transition from Racing Point has not been easy, but it offers the chance to become a top team.
Aston Martin believe their 2021 driver line-up is the “ideal blend”, with Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll pushing each other to succeed.
Daniel Ricciardo suggested giving Helmut Marko a hug, and going by PlanetF1 readers’ comments there is much love for the popular Aussie too.
Aston Martin F1 owner Lawrence Stroll believes Sebastian Vettel is the right man to give his team a World Championship-winning mentality.
Aston Martin may not need drastic operational changes to become World Champions, according to team owner Lawrence Stroll.
The days of seeing Sebastian Vettel in Ferrari red are officially over, with Aston Martin releasing the first image of him in British racing green.
Aston Martin’s new chapter in Formula 1 is beginning alongside Cognizant, who have been announced as their official title sponsor.
Sebastian Vettel is certainly looking forward to having a Mercedes engine at his disposal with Aston Martin.
Aston Martin team boss Otmar Szafnauer said it’s a “shame” they had to let Sergio Perez go, if only you could have three race drivers.
Aston Martin team boss Otmar Szafnauer says Sebastian Vettel needs the correct network and “love” around him to return to form.
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With Aston Martin entering Formula 1 in 2021, a former Ferrari engineer believes that the team’s plans are bigger than they look.
Otmar Szafnauer says that it will be a “fine balance” developing the 2021 cars while also preparing for the 2022 regulations.
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Aston Martin have begun making their presence felt as a rebranded Formula 1 team with the launch of their new website and social media accounts.
Aston Martin are to unveil their car, complete with new livery, in February as they undergo their transformation from Racing Point.
Red Bull principal Christian Horner has confirmed that the team aren’t looking for a new 2021 title sponsor.
The transformation from Racing Point to Aston Martin could include the arrival of a possible new title sponsor in the form of Cognizant.
Sebastian Vettel says former F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone did play a role in the negotiations over his move to Aston Martin.
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Otmar Szafnauer hopes Sebastian Vettel’s influence can help Aston Martin become multiple World Champions, just like the driver himself.
F1 is set to have a new Safety Car at races next year with Aston Martin reported to be sharing the duties with Mercedes.
Sebastian Vettel says he must “throw” himself into the Aston Martin project to have an “understanding” before testing starts.
Toto Wolff has insisted that Mercedes’ plans to increase their stake in Aston Martin to 20% will make no difference to either company’s Formula 1 team.
Aston Martin will have Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll racing for them in 2021 – we explain why this is a big mistake.
Ex-Formula 1 owner, Bernie Ecclestone, has said he “put pressure on” team owner Lawrence Stroll to sign Sebastian Vettel for 2021.