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May 10 (GMM) Ferrari needs to win in Barcelona to keep its championship hopes alive. That is the view of former F1 driver Ralf Schumacher, who said the pressure on the Maranello team in Spain is “enormous”. “Their potential is there, but wrong decisions, a technical problem and some driving errors has meant they have…Read More »
May 10 (GMM) Max Verstappen has denied that Red Bull has a “completely new car” for Barcelona. Some are predicting the Honda-powered team will be a real surprise this weekend in Spain, given the extent of the car upgrades. “I’ve even read reports that we have come here with a completely new car,” Dutchman Verstappen…Read More »
May 10 (GMM) Only Romain Grosjean will be trying Haas’ major car upgrade in Friday practice. The American team has an objectively fast car this year, but it is the worst in the field in terms of getting temperature into the tyres in the race. So for Barcelona, the upgrades are extensive, including new wings,…Read More »
May 10 (GMM) Daniel Ricciardo insists he does not regret moving to Renault. The Australian left Red Bull, an undisputed top three team, for the works Renault project. His ex boss, Dr Helmut Marko, thinks Red Bull’s former engine supplier tricked Ricciardo with data. “Hand on my heart,” Ricciardo said in Barcelona. “I feel good…Read More »
May 10 (GMM) Renault Sport president Jerome Stoll said the French marque “knew” it could find itself in a difficult situation in 2019. He said the works team made a conscious decision to push hard with aggressive development for the new season. “We knew we were taking risks and we could face a situation like…Read More »
May 10 (GMM) Jacques Villeneuve says Charles Leclerc is not criticised as much as his Ferrari teammate Sebastian Vettel. 21-year-old Leclerc moved from Sauber to Ferrari for 2019 and so far he is being widely praised, despite his high profile qualifying crash in Baku. “Imagine if Vettel had done that,” 1997 world champion Villeneuve is…Read More »
May 10 (GMM) Bernie Ecclestone has changed his mind about Charles Leclerc. Earlier, the former F1 supremo criticised Ferrari for installing the youngster as Sebastian Vettel’s new teammate. “I was wrong,” the 88-year-old told La Gazzetta dello Sport. “I thought getting rid of Raikkonen was not a good idea. “Before giving a final judgement I…Read More »
May 10 (GMM) Bernie Ecclestone has backed the move to keep the F1 calendar at 21 races. With Vietnam and Zandvoort reportedly coming in, it was expected Liberty Media’s push to expand the calendar had begun. But F1 chief executive Chase Carey says the 2020 calendar looks to also have 21 races. “The calendar at…Read More »
May 10 (GMM) Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas have played down suggestions their relationship could break down. Some, including Mercedes boss Toto Wolff, have warned that given the closeness of their championship battle so far, there are signs the relationship could go the way of the toxic Hamilton-Nico Rosberg pairing. “I don’t think it’s appropriate…Read More »
May 10 (GMM) Chase Carey says he feels “pretty good” about F1’s live streaming service. That is despite the fact that ‘F1 TV’ has been plagued with problems from the beginning, and they continued last weekend in Baku when the service crashed on lap 2. “We actually feel pretty good about the product,” F1 chief…Read More »
Grand Prix Tours has once again orchestrated the perfect race weekend for the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix. Whether you are fanatical or just a casual race fan this grand prix is not to be missed. Come be a part of racing history with Grand Prix Tours at the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix.
The 2019 Italian Grand Prix. With a racing lineage that dates back more than 95 years, unpredictable weather patterns and the ravenous Ferrari fans makes this race and post race celebration a spectacle like no other in professional motorsports.
The home of the Singapore Grand Prix is the Marina Bay Street Circuit. With the beauty of the Formula 1 cars highlighted under the shining lights the Marina Bay stages one the most glamorous and entertaining races of the year.
The Mexican Grand Prix has new place on the calendar. The race is now on the last weekend of October just before the United States Grand Prix. The race is in jeopardy of not being on the calendar next season so we highly encourage all race fans take advantage of what could be the last Mexican GP for some time.