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F1 Today – 04/09/2019

Leclerc ready for a title fight Charles Leclerc believes he is ready to fight for the championship, but “shouldn’t be in the seat” at Ferrari if he did not feel that way. The Monacan took his first win at the Belgian Grand Prix, which has earnt him praise from five-time world champion

F1 Today – Belgian Prixview – 29/08/2019

Ericsson on stand by for Alfa Marcus Ericsson has been placed on stand by to replace Kimi Raikkonen at this weekends Belgian Grand Prix after the Finn pulled a muscle, but however he still expects to race. Ericsson has remained Alfa's reserve after losing his race seat with what was then Sauber

F1 Today – 19/08/2019

Ferrari should have focused on downforce Ferrari team principal and technical director Mattia Binotto says that the team should have placed more emphasis on downforce when designing its 2019 car. The Italian manufacturer went into the season as the favourites following a strong showing in winter testing, however, was unable to stop

F1 Today – 14/06/2019

F1 agrees to a new deadline for 2021 regulations F1 owners Liberty Media, the FIA, teams and GPDA have agreed to delay the publication of the 2021 regulation changes until October. All ten teams, Lewis Hamilton and Nico Hulkenberg attended the meeting in Paris where it was agreed to push back

F1 Today – Canadian Prixview – 06/06/2019

Mercedes introduce engine upgrades Mercedes have announced that they will be introducing their first engine upgrade of the season for itself and its customers at this weekends Canadian Grand Prix, where they believe they will be in a tough fight with Ferrari. The five-times champions are the only engine manufacturer yet to

F1 Today – 31/05/2019

Vettel believes he could be closer in “happier” Ferrari Sebastian Vettel believes that he could get closer to Mercedes in a “happy” Ferrari, admitting that the team is still struggling to find the sweet spot as the Italian manufacturer searches for the first win of the season. Despite strong performances in testing

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 – 18/10/2018

Hamilton heading for a fifth title Lewis Hamilton has been described as being “more complete than ever before” ahead of a weekend where he could seal his fifth title. The Mercedes driver will seal that title if he outscores Sebastian Vettel by eight points at the Circuit of the Americas. Hamilton and teammate

F1 Today – 02/10/2018

Mercedes defends the use of team orders Mercedes has defended their use of team orders to allow Lewis Hamilton to finish ahead of Valtteri Bottas and win the Russian Grand Prix. The team ordered the Finn to allow his teammate to pass him and take the win, allowing him to extend his

F1 Today – 25/09/2018

Giovinazzi to partner Raikkonen at Sauber Antonio Giovinazzi has been announced as Kimi Raikkonen’s new teammate when he re-joins Sauber next season. The Italian will replace Marcus Ericsson who will be the team's third driver. It means that Sauber will join McLaren in having an entirely new driver line up, following