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Should Racing Point become a race winning team it won’t be because of the size of the operation, says Andy Green.
Racing Point technical director Andrew Green believes Sergio Perez is “massively underrated” and that he is “one of the best” drivers in F1.
Formula 1’s newly ratified 2021 regulations will make the top teams “dinosaurs”, that’s according to Racing Point technical director Andrew Green.
Lawrence Stroll’s £200m investment in Aston Martin could open the door for Sebastian Vettel to move to what is, at least today, Racing Point.
Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer is reportedly on his way out of the door, set to be replaced by AMG boss Tobias Moers.
Racing Point had long been wanting to switch to the Mercedes aerodynamic philosophy but wasn’t able to do so because of finances.
After a solid pre-season, Sergio Perez believes Racing Point would have been “extremely competitive” at the Australian Grand Prix.
Otmar Szafnauer insists the RP20 is Racing Point’s “own concept”, the team only looked at what was fast last year and that was the Mercedes.
When the dust settles on the financial crisis, Racing Point team principal Otmar Szafnauer says F1 may be short a manufacturer or two.
When Lawrence Stroll bought his F1 team he handed Racing Point a healthy cash injection, but Otmar Szafnauer says it still has the “lowest” budget on the grid.
Racing Point need not worry about a mass protest when F1 goes racing with Andreas Seidl saying McLaren won’t join Renault.
Formula 1 may be retaining the same rules for 2021 but Racing Point says fans can expected to see “slightly different” cars.
Racing Point’s design team put their “egos” aside to create the pink Mercedes with Andrew Green acknowledging that Mercedes was clearly doing a better job than his team.
Racing Point technical director Andrew Green has said the FIA came to inspect their ‘pink Mercedes’ at the factory and were given the all-clear. The introduction of the RP20 at pre-season testing in Barcelona caused heads to turn and the threats of protests from other teams to arise as the car has a strong likeness […]
Having struggled all too often to find money, team boss Otmar Szafnauer believes Racing Point would excel if with a $100 million cap.
Racing Point team boss Otmar Szafnauer has backed Liberty’s plan to start the season in Austria but only if all team members can be tested.
Racing Point boss, Otmar Szafnauer, is hoping the current aerodynamic regulations can stay in place if teams can start showcasing “good racing” again.
Racing Point team boss Otmar Szafnauer believes Formula 1 could have “safely” raced at the Australian Grand Prix, saying the risk was “very, very low”.
Renault boss, Cyril Abiteboul, is still a little bit bemused by the copycat approach taken by Racing Point in 2020.
Williams and Racing Point have joined McLaren in officially announcing pay cuts for senior staff and its drivers, whilst placing some other members of staff on furlough.
Lawrence Stroll says it is only right that British car maker Aston Martin competes at the “highest level of motorsport”.
Formula 1 teams could dramatically reduce their budgets by carrying over chassis, gearboxes or suspensions from one season to the next.
Toto Wolff’s days at Mercedes are numbered, at least according to Bernie Ecclestone who believes the Austrian will be moving to Aston Martin in the not-too-distant future.
Motorsport UK chairman David Richards says there is a “distinct” danger of Williams and Racing Point folding in the ongoing crisis.
Racing Point has backed F1’s decision to defer the new regulations by a year but insists that doesn’t mean the team will take it easy when F1 finally gets onto the track.
Racing Point will not develop its own DAS system, saying it is of little use given that it will be banned as of next season.
Three teams stood firm in their conviction that Formula 1 should press on with the Australian GP: Red Bull, AlphaTauri and Racing Point.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl hopes the FIA tightly police co-operation between teams under the new 2021 regulations.
Williams deputy team principal Claire Williams believes Racing Point’s 2020 model “wouldn’t work” for her team.
The 2020 Formula One season is now very much in sight, and hopes are high that the drivers can cook up a classic.