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F1 Today – Australian Prixview – 14/03/2019

Mercedes on the back foot – Hamilton Lewis Hamilton believes that his Mercedes team are going into this weekends Australian Grand Prix on the back foot. It is believed that the teams' main rivals Ferrari are expected to be ahead when the track actions begins on Friday. Hamilton admits that Mercedes “have

F1 Today – 12/03/2019

Mercedes to be pushed to the limits Mercedes F1 CEO and team principal Toto Wolff says he is expecting that his team will be “pushed to our limits” by this year's championship fight. The German team goes into this week’s season-opening Australian Grand Prix expecting to be on the back foot

F1 Today – 11/03/2019

F1 has to “deliver” to keep Red Bull Red Bull’s team principal Christian Horner says F1 has to “deliver” if the drinks manufacturer is to maintain its presence in Formula One beyond 2021. None of the ten teams and Liberty Media has agreed to the Concorde Agreement which expires on the 31st

F1 Today – 08/03/2019

Lowe takes “leave of absence” from Williams Williams announced late on Wednesday that chief technical officer Paddy Lowe has taken a “leave of absence” from the team two weeks before the start of the season. The announcement comes after a difficult start to the year when the British based team missed the

F1 Today – 06/03/2019

Verstappen not been so excited for “a long time” Max Verstappen says that he has not been so excited for “a long time” ahead of Red Bull’s first season with Honda power. The British based team has switched to the Japanese manufacturer this season, after deciding to split with long term

F1 Today – 04/03/2019

Hamilton fears Ferrari are half a second ahead Lewis Hamilton fears that with two weeks to go until the season-opening Australian Grand Prix that his Mercedes team are half a second behind Ferrari. Following eight days of testing in Barcelona, the Italian team has emerged as the favourites going into the first

F1 Today – Testing Special – 25/02/2019

Leclerc wants to be a “problem” for Ferrari Charles Leclerc says he is hoping that he can be competitive enough against Ferrari teammate Sebastian Vettel this year to give Ferrari a “problem” in the chase for there first titles in a decade. Ferrari’s team principal Mattia Binotto has suggested that this season

F1 Today – 07/02/2019

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F1 Today – 05/02/2019

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F1 Today – 04/02/2019

Ferrari sign Wehrlein & Hartley Ferrari has announced that former Mercedes test driver Pascal Wehrlein and former Toro Rosso driver Brendon Hartley will be two of its test drivers for 2019. The New Zealander joins Wehrlein who was announced by the team at the end of last year. Although Hartley wasn’t successful

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