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Jun.18 (GMM) Robert Kubica is not ruling out a change of teams in Formula 1. The Pole has hinted that Williams is not giving him identical equipment to teammate George Russell, suggesting their cars are in fact often “two different worlds”. It came as Kubica’s sponsor, the Polish oil company PKN Orlen, admitted the 34-year-old…Read More »
Jun.21 (GMM) As Liberty Media puts together the 2020 calendar, strong doubts about the fate of three existing races remain. The F1 owner has inked new deals with Zandvoort and Vietnam, with chief executive Chase Carey saying the calendar will remain static at 21 races by dropping two current grands prix. The most endangered are…Read More »
Jun.22 (GMM) Robert Kubica has hit back at Lewis Hamilton’s claim that Formula 1 is not physically demanding enough. Recently, the five time world champion said drivers should be “exhausted” after a race. “Sometimes I do these races and I could get up and probably do two or three in a row, and Formula 1…Read More »
Jun.23 (GMM) Pirelli says it would prefer if Zandvoort scrapped plans for a steeply banked corner for next year’s Dutch GP. Zandvoort race organisers are planning for spectacular 18-degree banking at the final Arie Luyendyk corner. “I’d rather if they didn’t,” Pirelli’s Mario Isola told the Dutch publication Formule 1. “We will have to find…Read More »
Jun.24 (GMM) At the chequered flag at Paul Ricard, many in F1 observed that the extremely boring race was indicative of the sport’s core problems. But Toto Wolff, boss of the dominant Mercedes team, thinks the Paul Ricard circuit is also to blame. Currently, the teams are debating with Liberty Media and the FIA about…Read More »
Jul.1 (GMM) Mercedes’ “Achilles heel” was exposed in Austria, team boss Toto Wolff has admitted. “We knew it would be a difficult race for us,” said Valtteri Bottas. “In the end it was even worse than we expected.” After a run of eight consecutive wins for Mercedes, it was Red Bull and Ferrari finishing one-two…Read More »
Jul.4 (GMM) Liberty Media is struggling to negotiate F1’s future after listing it on the Nasdaq stock exchange, according to former supremo Bernie Ecclestone. The American company bought the sport early in 2017, listing it on the world’s second largest stock exchange and ousting Ecclestone. 88-year-old Ecclestone was in Austria last weekend and commented on…Read More »
Jul.4 (GMM) Mattia Binotto has leapt to the defence of Sebastian Vettel. German Vettel, who turned 32 this week, is clearly under pressure at Maranello, amid rumours he could retire or return to Red Bull. Some say he is making too many mistakes, which could prompt Ferrari to promote Charles Leclerc and put a driver…Read More »
Jul.5 (GMM) Felipe Massa has slammed the plans to move Brazil’s grand prix from his native Sao Paulo to Rio de Janeiro. Controversial new Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has said the chance of F1’s move to Rio is “99 per cent”. But there are already doubts about the company that is behind the new project….Read More »
Jul.5 (GMM) A “fundamental” car design flaw cost Mercedes its chance of winning a ninth consecutive win of 2019 in Austria. That is the admission of the otherwise dominant team’s trackside engineering boss Andrew Shovlin. The team admitted after the race at the Red Bull Ring, which was won by Max Verstappen, that the 2019…Read More »
Get ready to join Grand Prix Tours, for the first race of the 2020 F1 season, at the Australian Grand Prix. Melbourne Australia is the sporting capitol of the southern hemisphere and plays host to this high energy high octane Grand Prix.
Join Grand Prix Tours as we head to the capitol of Vietnam for the inaugural Vietnam Grand Prix. The host city of Hanoi aims to be a fantastic backdrop for what will be the third race of the 2020 season.
Having hosted the first Chinese Grand Prix in 2004 the Shanghai International Circuit is a world class motorsports venue. With two long straights and an array of interesting corners this track is a favorite among drivers and fans alike. Guests of Grand Prix Tours will spend their days out at the track and their evenings taking in the local culture and exploring this energetic city.