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Motorsport UK chairman David Richards says there is a “distinct” danger of Williams and Racing Point folding in the ongoing crisis.
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.
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.
Racing Point doesn’t see a point in rivals complaining about its pink Mercedes as Andy Green says it is “completely legal”.
Carlos Sainz says it isn’t possible to predict the 2020 pecking order based on testing, but expects Racing Point to be “very quick”.
The hype around Racing Point is sure to last all the way to Melbourne, with the team themselves not ruling out challenging Ferrari in the early stages of the season.
Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto is “not surprised” to see Racing Point near the top of the timesheets in testing given the “shape of the car”.
Guenther Steiner isn’t impressed that Racing Point have copied Mercedes’ F1 car but says he can’t complain, it is in the rules.
It is all good and well copying the Mercedes design as Racing Point has done but Zak Brown feels that’s not the way to go about beating Mercedes to the World titles.
From criticising Haas to designing a pink Mercedes, Racing Point’s Otmar Szafnauer says his past comments are not “ironic” as the RP20 is within the rules.
Renault and McLaren, Racing Point’s two biggest rivals for best of the rest in the championship, could protest the RP20 come the season-opening Australian GP.
Racing Point CEO Otmar Szafnauer admits his team’s change in aero concept for 2020 was a “step into the unknown”.
As Racing Point’s RP20 bring copycat cars back into the headlines, Christian Horner feels sharing between big teams and smaller ones is vital for F1.
Racing Point’s RP20 may share a lot with Mercedes but one thing the team doesn’t have is DAS. Nor will it have it for about “six months”.
Second fastest on Day 2 of pre-season testing, Sergio Perez hopes his pink Mercedes, as it has been dubbed by the media, “performs like” the real Mercedes car.
Haas boss Guenther Steiner has told Racing Point to “think before they talk” amid the copycat controversy sweeping through the paddock.
Racing Point’s technical director, Andrew Green, has given the reasoning behind the team’s decision to mimic Mercedes’ design philosophy.
According to a report by Auto Motor und Sport, teams aren’t too impressed with Racing Point using an “exact copy” of Mercedes’ W10.
Sergio Perez wants to mark his last season with Racing Point, before they become Aston Martin, with his “best ever” Formula 1 campaign of his career.
Romain Grosjean was the butt of the joke at Racing Point’s RP20 launch with Otmar Szafnauer saying one never knows what could happen in races, Grosjean “could run into you”.
Racing Point team principal, Otmar Szafnauer, has said that ex-title sponsors SportPesa left due to “some difficulties in their home market”.
More shots of the new Racing Point RP20 livery have been revealed following a special launch presentation in Mondsee, Austria.
The last official launch show is in the books after Racing Point revealed their new RP20 livery at a special event held in Mondsee, Austria.
Racing Point are due to launch their 2020 challenger on Monday, but images of it have reportedly been leaked on social media already.
Racing Point boss Otmar Szafnauer has revealed there is a “clear objective to establish Aston Martin as one of the top teams in the sport” from 2021 onwards.