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F1 Today – 18/01/2019

Renault F1 boss Koskas leaves group Jerome Stoll will continue as Renault’s Sport division president despite the French manufacturer announcing he would be replaced at the start of the month by executive vice-president of sales and marketing Thierry Koskas. However, admit growing uncertainty at the Renault group the French manufacturer announced that

F1 Today – 15/01/2019

Red Bull finds ways of reinvigorating Newey Red Bull’s advisor Dr Helmut Marko says that the team “found a way” of reinvigorating chief technical officer Adrian Newey thanks to the teams switch to Honda. Newey has been the teams CTO for a number of years, but has taken a back seat from

F1 Today – 03/01/2019

Liberty should fight resistance against 2021 regulations Zak Brown says that Liberty Media has no choice but to push back against the resistance from some teams against their plan to shake up the sports “broken model.” The sports owners are pushing through major changes to technical regulations and introducing a new aerodynamic

F1 Today – Review 2018 – 19/12/2018

Russell believes it is his time George Russell has issued a warning to his fellow drivers following his move to Williams for 2019, declaring that “this is my time.” The Mercedes backed driver will make his debut with Williams next season, alongside Robert Kubica. Russell has been highly successful over the last

F1 Today – 10/12/2018

Red Bull “really encouraged” by Honda Red Bull says that they are “really encouraged” by the recent progress made by Honda. Next season, the Anglo-Austrian team will switch from Renault to Honda power and say they will adopt a different approach to their relationship with Honda compared to the style of

F1 Today – 03/12/2018

Haas inexperience cost them fourth Haas team principal Gunther Steiner says that the inexperience ultimately cost the team fourth place in the constructor's championship. The US-owned team had been locked in a narrow fight with Renault in the closing races and was unable to claim best of the rest behind the top

F1 Today – Abu Dhabi Test Special – 28/11/2018

Abu Dhabi Test – Leclerc makes Ferrari debut going fastest Charles Leclerc ended the second day of the postseason tyre test in Abu Dhabi fastest. The Monacan making his debut as a Ferrari race driver, improved his teammates Sebastian Vettel’s time from Tuesday by three and a half tenths. Pirelli had both

F1 Today – Abu Dhabi Test Special – 27/11/2018

Abu Dhabi Test – Vettel sets the pace on day one Sebastian Vettel was fastest on the first day of the post-season test in Abu Dhabi.  The Ferrari driver was four tenths faster than the Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas with Lance Stroll third fastest driving the Force India. Vettel’s time was two