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Red Bull boss Christian Horner has called on the FIA to “stay on top” of policing Formula 1 teams to ensure the sport retains its integrity.
George Russell says that he’s “quite proud” to be a voice for his fellow Formula 1 drivers in his new role as a GPDA director.
George Russell is confident Williams will score points this season, but doubts it will happen as early as the season-opening Bahrain GP.
Arriving at Red Bull ahead of the 2021 season, Sergio Perez says he “wants to beat Max” Verstappen as that will “benefit” Red Bull.
Charles Leclerc says that he’s planning to do a better job at picking his on-track fights this season than he did in 2020.
Ahead of his first season with McLaren, Daniel Ricciardo says that he can feel the team building some serious momentum.
Max Verstappen believes that he and Red Bull being labelled the “favourites” ahead of the start of the 2021 season is distracting.
Carlos Sainz says he is as prepared as he possibly can be for his first Ferrari race given the lack of running he got to do in pre-season.
Mick Schumacher thinks it is funny he will be going up in his rookie year against some of the same drivers his father did.
Sir Lewis Hamilton has hinted retirement is among his thoughts, saying this season will tell him “whether I’m ready to stop or not”.
Sebastian Vettel has revealed that his Aston Martin for 2021 is to be named after the first Bond girl, Honey Rider.
Fernando Alonso has insisted age is just a number as he makes his Formula 1 comeback just four months shy of his 40th birthday.
Kimi Raikkonen claims the media have as much of a clue as he does about how competitive Alfa Romeo will be this season.