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F1 Today – 24/07/2019

Aston ready to step up but not interfere Aston Martin says it will not “muscle in” on Honda’s engine deal with Red Bull, but is “standing ready” to step up its involvement should the Japanese manufacturer withdraw. The British manufacturer became the teams' title sponsor last year and has expanded its existing

F1 Today – 22/03/2019

Renault’s peaky car for an unpredictable season Renault’s F1 managing director Cyril Abiteboul says that the teams “peaky” car characteristics could make for a more unpredictable season. He stressed that the best of the rest race between the midfield teams are so close that that teams will have to get everything

F1 Today – 21/03/2019

Floor damage hampered Hamilton’s race Mercedes believes that a kerb strike caused the damage which broke Lewis Hamilton’s floor during the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, rather than the result of debris. Hamilton struggled for pace during the season opener as damage to the floor cost him downforce and also affected the balance

F1 Today – 20/03/2019

Leclerc established a "good starting point" Ferrari’s team principal Mattia Binotto says that Charles Leclerc has established a "good starting point" on his debut for the team and is already pushing the engineers hard. Leclerc who joined the team this year from Sauber after a single season finished Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix

Behind The Headlines – Australia

The season-opening race in Melbourne through up a number of surprises, we arrived thinking that it was that this was Ferrari’s race to lose. But like many, I was scratching my head throughout the weekend with what was going on at the leaders. After Friday’s practice sessions, I think we were

F1 Today – 19/03/2019

Superstar Bottas returned Mercedes F1 CEO and team principal Toto Wolff believes that Valtteri Bottas has returned as a brilliant as the superstar he was in his junior career. The Finn bounced back from a winless 2018 to put in a dominant performance to win the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, firmly putting

Notebook – Australian Grand Prix – Review

Valtteri Bottas has got his 2019 season off to a great start, with a dominating race win in Melbourne. The whole weekend was a story of surprise as we believed that Ferrari were going to be ahead of Mercedes this weekend.   Bottas stronger than ever? Valtteri Bottas has really recovered from that

Australian GP – Results

Po Name Nat Team Time Points 1 Valtteri Bottas FIN Mercedes 01:25:27.325 26 2 Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes +00:20.886 18 3 Max Verstappen DUT Red Bull Racing – Honda +00:22.520 15 4 Sebastian Vettel GER Ferrari +00:57.109 12 5 Charles Leclerc MON Ferrari +00:00.000 10 6 Kevin Magnussen DEN Haas – Ferrari +01:27.000 8 7 Nico Hulkenberg GER Renault Lapped 6 8 Kimi Raikkonen FIN Alfa Romeo Racing – Ferrari Lapped 4 9 Lance Stroll CAN Racing Point  –  Mercedes Lapped 2 10 Daniil Kvyat RUS Scuderia Toro Rosso-Honda Lapped 1 11 Pierre Gasly FRA Red Bull Racing – Honda Lapped 12 Lando Norris GBR McLaren – Renault Lapped 13 Sergio Perez Mendoza MEX Racing Point  –  Mercedes Lapped 14 Alexander Albon THA Scuderia Toro Rosso-Honda Lapped 15 Antonio Giovinazzi ITA Alfa Romeo Racing – Ferrari Lapped 16 George Russell GBR Williams - Mercedes Lapped 17 Robert

Australian GP – Qualifying Result

Po Name Nat Team Q1 Q2 Q3 1 Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes 01:22.043 01:21.014 01:20.486 2 Valtteri Bottas FIN Mercedes 01:22.367 01:21.193 01:20.598 3 Sebastian Vettel GER Ferrari 01:22.885 01:21.912 01:21.190 4 Max Verstappen DUT Red Bull - Honda 01:22.876 01:21.678 01:21.320 5 Charles Leclerc MON Ferrari 01:22.017 01:21.739 01:21.442 6 Romain Grosjean FRA Haas – Ferrari 01:22.959 01:21.870 01:21.826 7 Kevin Magnussen DEN Haas – Ferrari 01:22.519 01:22.221 01:22.099 8 Lando Norris GBR McLaren – Renault 01:22.702 01:22.423 01:22.304 9 Kimi Raikkonen FIN Alfa Romeo Racing – Ferrari 01:22.966 01:22.349 01:22.314 10 Sergio Perez Mendoza MEX Racing Point  –  Mercedes 01:22.908 01:22.532 01:22.781 11 Nico Hülkenberg GER Renault 01:22.540 01:22.562   12 Daniel Ricciardo AUS Renault 01:22.921 01:22.570   13 Alexander Albon THA Scuderia Toro Rosso-Honda 01:22.757 01:22.636   14 Antonio Giovinazzi ITA Alfa Romeo Racing – Ferrari 01:22.431 01:22.714   15 Daniil Kvyat RUS Scuderia Toro Rosso-Honda 01:22.511 01:22.774   16 Lance Stroll CAN Racing Point  –  Mercedes 01:23.017     17 Pierre Gasly FRA Red Bull Racing – Honda 01:20.000     18 Carlos

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