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Mar.13 (GMM) Bernie Ecclestone says both Williams and McLaren need new management. The once-great F1 teams are now struggling, and former F1 supremo Ecclestone thinks the problem is the people in charge. “They are no longer in the hands of super competitive men like Ron Dennis and Frank Williams,” he told Corriere della Sera. “To…Read More »
Mar.13 (GMM) Bernie Ecclestone has played down suggestions he might make a return to formula one. The former F1 supremo may be 88, but his friend Christian Horner says: “You never know with him.” Ecclestone told Corriere della Sera: “It would be a mistake to go back, even if I had the chance. “Why should…Read More »
Mar.13 (GMM) Daniel Ricciardo says he knows his old team Red Bull is likely to beat him this weekend in Melbourne. The Australian has returned to his native country with new colours and a new goal — to help Renault join Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull in the fight for wins and titles. “The battle…Read More »
Mar.13 (GMM) Toto Wolff says he wants Niki Lauda to return to the paddock “as soon as possible”. F1 legend and Mercedes team chairman Lauda has been absent ever since a 2018 lung transplant. “He was there partly as a crutch for Toto (Wolff) to lean on,” said Red Bull boss Christian Horner. Wolff has…Read More »
Mar.13 (GMM) Liberty Media bosses admit they thought it would be easier to attract sponsors to F1. Chase Carey, the new CEO, and Liberty chief Greg Maffei took over from Bernie Ecclestone believing they would quickly be able to monetise the new $8 billion acquisition. Actually, revenues are declining. “The perception was just there are…Read More »
Mar.12 (GMM) Mercedes could re-emerge after the opening four ‘flyaway’ races with a Ferrari-like aerodynamic concept. That is the news from Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff, who admits that after winter testing, Ferrari heads into Melbourne this weekend with the faster car. “By the end of the test, we had a better understanding of our…Read More »
Mar.12 (GMM) Lance Stroll says he is much happier after leaving Williams. The Canadian and his backer-father, billionaire fashion mogul Lawrence Stroll, dumped Williams after the once-great team’s abysmal 2018 season. And now the British team could sink even lower in 2019, even though Robert Kubica is now in the cockpit. “Kubica was nine tenths…Read More »
Mar.12 (GMM) Renault “can afford” to pay Daniel Ricciardo a front-running salary. That is the claim of the French works team’s boss Cyril Abiteboul, despite recently denying that Renault had paid “stupid money” to lure Ricciardo from Red Bull. “Renault has made a significant financial commitment,” he is now quoted as saying by Finland’s Iltalehti….Read More »
Mar.12 (GMM) Max Verstappen has played down his chances of winning this weekend’s 2019 season opener. His boss, Dr Helmut Marko, has been ramping up the Dutchman’s hopes, predicting “five wins” this year and a potential tilt at the world championship. But at an event in Japan prior to heading to Australia, Max said: “We…Read More »
Mar.12 (GMM) The next Schumacher duo “needs time” before they are ready for F1. That is the claim of Ralf Schumacher, the former F1 driver who has joined the Sky Deutschland team as the German broadcaster returns to the paddock. However, Schumacher – whose brother Michael is the most successful driver of all time –…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.