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F1 Today – 16/10/2018

Ferrari “challenging the impossible” Ferrari isn’t giving up and wanting to give up on “challenging the impossible” as they look to pull back momentum in the drivers’ championship. Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari’s lead driver, is sixty-seven points behind Mercedes Lewis Hamilton in the driver's championship, while Ferrari trail Mercedes by seventy-eight points. With

F1 Today – 15/10/2018

F1 risks losing manufacturers over cost – Abiteboul Renault’s F1 managing director Cyril Abiteboul has warned that the sport risks losing a manufacturer amid the rising cost of engine development unless the cost is reduced in the near future. Signs are beginning to emerge that the sports four manufacturers, Ferrari, Renault, Mercedes

Reporters – 14/10/2018

Sebastian Vettel’s championship hopes appear all but dead, now. But Flavio Briatore believes that his biggest and most costly errors have been down to his obsession with winning. So what advice would he give the four times champion? Vettel too focused on race wins – Briatore Former Benetton and Renault

F1 Today – 12/10/2018

Russell joins Williams for 2019 George Russell will make his Formula One debut next season and become the third British driver on the grid, after signing a “multi-year contract” with Williams. The Mercedes driver currently leads the Formula Two championship ahead of next months Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Speaking to BBC News

F1 Today – 10/10/2018

Vettel too focused on race wins – Briatore Former Benetton and Renault team principal Flavio Briatore believes that Sebastian Vettel’s biggest mistake has been focusing on race wins rather than the championship this season. The Ferrari driver is now sixty-seven points behind his championship rival Lewis Hamilton, with Vettel’s hopes of

F1 Today – 09/10/2018

Hamilton calls on media to respect Vettel Lewis Hamilton has called on the media to give his championship rival Sebastian Vettel more respect. The German has had a number of mistakes in the last couple of races, allowing Hamilton to open a six seven-point lead. Writing on social media, the four times

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