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DAMS driver Dan Ticktum has expressed some regret over comments made about Louis Delatraz during an F2 race at Silverstone.
Dan Ticktum has been cleared to compete in Friday’s Formula 2 qualifying after missing the morning practice session due to an inconclusive COVID-19 test result.
Britain’s controversial young racer Dan Ticktum has once again threatened to crash on purpose into a racing rival.
Dan Ticktum insists his threat to “crash with” with Formula 2 rival Louis Deletraz was “taken out of context”.
Claire Williams is excited to work with Dan Ticktum, whose simulator work resulted in the “guys saying he was one of the best drivers they’ve ever seen”.
Red Bull reject Dan Ticktum has signed as Williams’ development driver, joining the team’s driver academy.
Former Red Bull prospect Dan Ticktum will compete in F2 next season for DAMS alongside Sean Gelael.
Former Red Bull youngster Dan Ticktum says he will “probably forget motorsport” if he can’t make his way into F1.
Dan Ticktum has put the record straight over his exit from Red Bull, saying reports that he assaulted his engineer are “rubbish”.
Red Bull team principal, Christian Horner, has said Dan Ticktum ultimately did not seize his opportunity within the junior programme.
20-year-old driver Dan Ticktum is no longer part of the Red Bull junior programme, Helmut Marko has confirmed.
Red Bull junior driver, Dan Ticktum, has had a hard start to life back in the Super Formula series, finishing P8 at Suzuka.
Red Bull junior driver Dan Ticktum said it took a while for him to adapt to the procedures and steering wheel of the RB15.
Dan Ticktum has been selected by Red Bull to take part in their Bahrain test alongside Max Verstappen.
Having driven the RB7 at a fan festival in Japan, Dan Ticktum is hoping to try out the real deal in a Formula 1 test with Red Bull later this season.
Dan Ticktum’s chances of securing a superlicence have been dealt a blow with reports that the Asian Formula 3 Winter Series is no longer eligible for points.
Red Bull junior driver Dan Ticktum will contest the 2019 Asian F3 Winter Series in a bid to secure enough points for a Formula 1 superlicence.
With his Macau Grand Prix points in the bag, Dan Ticktum has set his sights on achieving enough superlicence points to compete in Formula 1 next year.
Losing out on the European Formula 3 title and its superlicence points, Dan Ticktum could race in lower-level junior series in the winter to bring his tally to 40.