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F1 Today – 27/09/2018

Toro Rosso expected to confirm Kvyat’s return Toro Rosso is expected to announce that Daniil Kvyat will return to the team at his home Grand Prix in Sochi this weekend. The Russian has dropped from the team ahead of last years United State Grand Prix. The Russian started his career at

F1 Today – 12/09/2018

Grosjean needs to continue strong form – Haas Haas’s team principal Gunther Steiner says that Romain Grosjean needs to continue his current strong performances if he is to secure a new contract with the American team for 2019. The Frenchman’s future in the sport appeared to be in doubt following his

F1 Today – 10/09/2018

Bottas disappointed and amazed not to have won Valtteri Bottas says that it is “disappointing and amazing” that he is yet to win a race this season. Bottas is ninety-seven points behind his Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton and has admitted he was open in the next few races to helping Hamilton’s

F1 Today – 04/09/2018

Norris to partner Sainz at McLaren McLaren has announced that Lando Norris will partner Carlos Sainz at the team next year replacing Stoffel Vandoorne. The eighteen-year-old Bristolian will form a new line up for the team and is currently fighting for this year's Formula Two title. Norris’s appointment to the race

F1 Today – 20/08/2018

Hulkenberg glad to have “survived” Renaults Nico Hulkenberg says he has pride that he has “survived” for a decade in Formula One despite the growing threat posed by drivers. In his eight seasons in the sport, the German is still yet to score a podium. Hulkenberg also came close to driving

F1 Today – 14/08/2018

Alonso announces retirement Fernando Alonso has announced he is retiring from Formula One at the end of the season. The thirty-seven-year-old is considered to be one of the best drivers of his generation, however, has failed to win a championship since 2006. The two times champion is regarded as one of the

F1 Today – 13/08/2018

Renault underestimated development gain Renaults F1 managing director Cyril Abiteboul admits that the manufacturer underestimated the development potential of the current engine regulations and says that they will take bigger risks to rectify. The sport is in the fifth season with the current V6 turbo-hybrids, and since the introduction in 2014 Mercedes

F1 Today – 09/08/2018

Regulations and Concorde Agreement finalised in months Formula One CEO Chase Carey believes the key elements of the next set of regulations and commercial deals can be finalised “in the coming months.” The changes to the engine formula have already been delayed by the four manufacturers rejected the proposals by Liberty and