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F1 Today – 26/06/2019

Ferrari makes a fresh attempt with an upgrade package Ferrari is to try a fresh attempt at getting their upgrade package to work at the Austrian Grand Prix, as they bid to close the gap to Mercedes. Sebastian Vettel suggested the team had "failed" to achieve their main goal of making "significant"

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 – 11/06/2019

Ferrari announces appeal Vettel’s penalty Ferrari has announced they will appeal the penalty given to Sebastian Vettel which cost him victory at the Canadian Grand Prix. The German was awarded a five-second penalty for forcing Hamilton off the track and re-joining unsafely. Following the race, Ferrari suggested that they will appeal the

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 – 23/04/2019

Ferrari to bring “few upgrades” to Baku Ferrari is bringing their first “few updates” to the car for this weekend’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix as the team looks to close the gap to Mercedes. The Italian team has scored a best finish of third across the opening three races of the season

F1 Today – 08/04/2019

Renault needs to do better and not criticise Haas Haas team principal Gunter Steiner is critical of Renault's customer team complaints, suggesting the manufacturer should be more concerned about doing a better job in Formula One. Renault’s F1 managing director Cyril Abiteboul said that the advance of B-teams could be a threat

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 – 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 – 14/01/2019

Proposed budget cap could be a distraction Renault believes that the distraction when the big teams need to start making redundancies when the proposed budget cap kicks in could be of benefit to the smaller teams trying to close the gap to the larger teams. Currently Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull hold

F1 Today – 09/01/2019

Renault need to be “scared” of Haas Grosjean Romain Grosjean says that Renault needs to be “scared” of his Haas team, following their season-long battle in 2018. The French manufacturer beat the Anglo-American team to fourth in the constructors by twenty-nine points. The fight for best of the rest got nasty at