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Racing Point are planning to introduce an update that will see the RP19 become “almost a new car” before the summer break period.
Lance Stroll has labelled his FP1 crash at the Circuit de Catalunya as a “small hiccup” on what he felt was an encouraging day for the SportPesa Racing Point team.
SportPesa Racing Point driver Lance Stroll has said “bad luck” has played a role in his current Q1 exit streak but is confident himself and the team will “figure it out”.
Ahead of the 2019 season, the team formerly known as Force India transformed into SportPesa Racing Point to mark an exciting new chapter in the team’s history.
On the back of their first double points-haul of 2019, Racing Point return to Barcelona, the home of pre-season testing, looking to remain at the front of the midfield battle.
Despite finishing best of the rest in Baku, Sergio Perez says Racing Point are still “playing catch up” in Formula 1’s midfield battle.
In a career spent where this “best of the rest” kind of territory is the most Sergio Perez can hope for, he’s made it his own and, unlike so many others, has got multiple podiums along the way…
Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll are in high spirits after taking their cars home in P6 and P10 respectively at Baku, giving Racing Point a double points finish.
Lance Stroll believes a foggy visor was just one of many issues which contributed to his latest Q1 exit in Baku.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff insists the team will not enter a Haas-Ferrari style partnership with Racing Point.
Racing Point driver Sergio Perez has described team owner Lawrence Stroll as “probably the most motivated person we have”.
Racing Point expect to crank up their development once the Spanish Grand Prix comes around.
Signing with McLaren for just one season, Sergio Perez reckons that move “damaged my reputation in Formula 1” and cost him a shot at a Ferrari drive.
Lance Stroll believes Racing Point needed to be “more proactive” after he finished outside the points at the Chinese Grand Prix.
Sergio Perez believes Racing Point have fallen behind their midfield rivals despite scoring points in Australia and Bahrain.
Racing Point chief Otmar Szafnauer believes the ‘different dynamic’ between drivers Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll is benefiting the team.
Racing Point have unveiled plans for their new ??25 million factory to be built at the team’s Silverstone site.
Although Sergio Perez bagged his first points of this season in Bahrain, the Racing Point driver concedes his team are not where they want to be with their RP19.
Sergio Perez has heaped further praise on new team-mate Lance Stroll, saying he is the closest-matched driver in terms of race pace.
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff and Racing Point owner Lawrence Stroll spoke with Bernie Ecclestone about launching a breakaway series, so says the former F1 boss.
Racing in F1’s closely-contested midfield, Lance Stroll thoroughly enjoyed the “wheel-to-wheel” racing as he scored his first points for Racing Point in Australia.
Demeaned as a pay driver, especially as he is the first F1 driver to race for a team owed by his father, Racing Point are convinced that over time Lance Stroll will get the credit he deserves.
Sergio Perez has been pleasantly surprised from what he has seen from Lance Stroll so far at Racing Point.
Sergio Perez says he is done with the Ferrari dream, rather his goal these days is to take Racing Point “to the next step.”
Racing Point’s Sergio Perez has joined in the praise aimed at Formula 1 chiefs regarding their aerodynamic changes for 2019.
Racing Point can expect a “massive package upgrade” ahead of the Australian Grand Prix with the team having money to spend as needed, according to Sergio Perez.
Racing Point driver Lance Stroll claimed the team enjoyed their ‘smoothest day of testing so far’ on Tuesday, finishing P3.
Sergio Perez has offered an explanation behind Racing Point’s uninspiring numbers at the first pre-season test.
They may have already unveiled their liveries, but on Monday F1 finally had its first look at the Renault and Racing Point entries.
Ferrari have predicted Formula 1 cars to be “1.5 seconds slower” in 2019 due to the new regulations