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He concedes that it is “way too early” to talk about his 2021 plans, but Pascal Wehrlein admits he would be “very open” to joining the rumoured Campos Racing team should they join the grid
Pascal Wehrlein won’t rule out a return to the F1 grid but insists he’ll only do so if it is with a competitive team.
Brendon Hartley, Pascal Wehrlein, Antonio Fuoco and Davide Rigon have been named as Ferrari’s simulator drivers for 2019.
Pascal Wehrlein has confirmed he is in talks with Ferrari over a development role, but no deal has been signed just yet.
Pascal Wehrlein, formerly on the books at Mercedes, will join Ferrari as a development driver for the 2019 season.
Such is Pascal Wehrlein’s determination to return to the Formula 1 grid that he is turning down opportunities to race in rival series.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has said he would be “overwhelmed” if Pascal Wehrlein was able to secure a return to Formula 1 in 2019.
There could be two comeback stories at Toro Rosso in 2019 with Pascal Wehrlein rumoured to replace Brendon Hartley.
Red Bull will not be drafting in Pascal Wehrlein to replace Brendon Hartley at Toro Rosso, at least not for “the moment.”
Mercedes have confirmed Pascal Wehrlein and George Russell will share reserve driver duties at the Silver Arrows for the 2018 season.
Pascal Wehrlein may have signed up for a DTM drive, however, the German says he is targeting a return to the Formula 1 grid come 2019.
Mercedes have confirmed that Pascal Wehrlein will be returning to DTM for their final year in the series before switching their attention to Formula E.
Mercedes are not ready to pull the plug completely on Pascal Wehrlein’s Formula 1 future and have offered him the test driver role for the 2018 season.
Pascal Wehrlein’s F1 racing career may be over for now but there is some good news with Toto Wolff adamant he will “remain part” of the Mercedes squad.
Pascal Wehrlein is considering a return to DTM with Mercedes in 2018 after Sauber opted not to renew his contract, according to reports.
Williams have decided to wait until the new year to reveal their second driver for the 2018 Formula 1 season.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has said that Pascal Wehrlein “deserves” to be in Formula 1 and it is a “shame” that he finds himself with no seat for 2018.
Pascal Wehrlein feels that the Sauber car prevented him from showing his true potential as he faces the prospect of his Formula 1 career being cut short.
Former Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn has questioned the team’s decision not to pick Pascal Wehrlein as part of their 2018 line-up.
Toto Wolff concedes that Pascal Wehrlein’s chances of landing a Williams seat after extremely slim given that Robert Kubica is their “priority.”
It wasn’t a great Friday for Haas and Toro Rosso at Interlagos as they finished near the bottom of the timesheets while Sauber were only saved from the final two positions by Antonio Giovinazzi.
Pascal Wehrlein has said his days at Sauber are coming to an end and that the only option available to him next season is a move to Williams.
Ferrari are still trying to negotiate with Sauber about getting both Charles Leclerc and Antonio Giovinazzi on the grid in 2018.
Sauber have decided to drop Pascal Wehrlein at the end of the season so F2 champion and Ferrari reserve Charles Leclerc can join the team.
Max Verstappen was grilled on his Austin penalty and was joined in the drivers’ press conference by home favourite Sergio Perez and Sauber’s Pascal Wehrlein.
Pascal Wehrlein is hoping his Formula 1 future will become clearer after speaking with Mercedes boss Toto Wolff and Sauber team principal Frederic Vasseur “in the coming days”.
Despite reports claiming Williams have to sign a driver over the age of 25 to suit sponsors Martini, Paddy Lowe says age is not an objective and that Pascal Wehrlein is in the running.
Marcus Ericsson and Pascal Wehrlein are both looking forward to the special atmospheres at the next grand prix weekends.