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F1 Today – 07/02/2019

The news and analysis behind the day’s headlines. Covering drivers, teams, politics and business and exploring the day’s events from a global perspective.

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

Reporters – 03/02/2019

Sebastian Vettel’s 2018 will be remembered for his mistakes which cost him his fifth world title. But his mistakes also cost him the dream of a world title with Ferrari, Nico Rosberg says that the pressure is on Ferrari. So what does he believe they need to do to challenge Mercedes? “Pressure

F1 Today – 01/02/2019

Bottas says he will be stronger this year Valtteri Bottas says that he will be stronger in F1 this year after finding “many positives” that he could not see at the end of 2018. The Mercedes driver had a solid debut season for the team in 2017, but last year bad

F1 Today – 31/01/2019

Gasly promotion “faster than we would have like” Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has admitted that Pierre Gasly’s move to the senior team “faster than we would have liked”, saying that it is essential that the Frenchman is given time to get up to speed this year. The Frenchman is joining

F1 Today – 30/01/2019

Bigger fuel tank not a guaranteed compromise Renaults F1 executive director Marcin Budkowski believes that the decision to take a bigger fuel tank this year is not guaranteed to be a compromise. This years tweaks to the regulation have increased the fuel limit from 105kg to 110kg, in an attempt to encourage

F1 Today – 29/01/2019

Race Promotors express concerns about direction Formula One’s Promoters Association have demanded a more open approach from Liberty Media after expressing concerns about the future of the sport. The association which represents sixteen of the twenty-one promotors say they want “a more collaborative approach from F1” in the future. Their main concerns

F1 Today – 28/01/2019

Red Bull will be slowed down by Honda Renault believes that Honda's progress will be slowed this season because of the need for increased reliability, following the decision by Red Bull to team up with the Japanese manufacturer this season. Red Bull are hoping that Honda will continue to show the progress

Reporters – 27/01/2019

It collapsed in 2014, but so far the staff of the Caterham team have gone unpaid for work. So why did it take so long for the administrators to pay off the debts? Caterham employees paid by administrators More than two hundred former employees of the Caterham team have finally been paid