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Jun.10 (GMM) New FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem has backtracked after suggesting Formula 1 drivers were becoming too political. He recently told Speed Week that it is not the role of those involved in motor racing to “become politicians”, contrasting them with the likes of purists Alain Prost and Niki Lauda. Sebastian Vettel, on the…Read More »
Jun.13 (GMM) Ferrari’s clear early advantage over Red Bull this year has done a full 180-degree turn, with the energy drink company’s top team now a full 80 points ahead after Baku. Mattia Binotto is vowing that an investigation into Charles Leclerc, Carlos Sainz but also Ferrari-powered customer cars’ technical failures will now take place….Read More »
Jun.15 (GMM) Mercedes’ push for rule changes to end the new ‘porpoising’ phenomenon in Formula 1 is likely to fail. That is the view of the German marque’s former F1 boss Norbert Haug, even though Mercedes’ argument is based on safety in light of Lewis Hamilton’s visible back problems after Baku. Red Bull boss Christian…Read More »
Jun.17 (GMM) Charles Leclerc’s championship hopes look set to take another blow, with rumours in the Montreal paddock indicating a ten-place grid penalty may be in the works. The works Ferrari driver suffered a major points hit relative to championship leader Max Verstappen with his engine failure at Baku. “Ferrari can’t change anything in the…Read More »
Jun.22 (GMM) Nikita Mazepin says he thinks the former promoter of the Russian GP has now received a refund from Formula 1. The Russian driver, who was axed by Haas early this year amid the widespread western sanctions over the Ukraine conflict, vowed this week to sue the American team for unpaid wages. We reported…Read More »
Jun.23 (GMM) A camp is forming in the Formula 1 paddock among those who think the sport’s drivers should toughen up about ‘porpoising’. Former driver David Coulthard, now a highly respected broadcaster, says he is from an era in which F1 drivers “take the pain” of their job in the cockpit. “What I would say…Read More »
Jun.27 (GMM) F1’s governing body has proposed to end the current budget cap argument by paying teams a fixed amount to counteract raging inflation. Although many of the smaller teams insist the $140 million budget cap should be strictly enforced this year, others – including Red Bull, Mercedes and Ferrari – argue that the inflation…Read More »
Jun.28 (GMM) McLaren supremo Zak Brown is worried former team driver Michael Andretti’s bid to bring a new team into Formula 1 could be “dead”. Andretti Autosport is a big name not only in US-based motor racing but globally, including in the all-electric Formula 1 series. However, Formula 1 and the FIA appear reluctant to…Read More »
Jul.3 (GMM) Formula 1 team bosses at Silverstone seem happier with the FIA’s clampdown on ‘porpoising’ – for now. After Baku, where Lewis Hamilton nursed an obvious back injury as a result of the aerodynamic phenomenon, the governing body vowed to take action. That, however, angered rival team bosses – notably title protagonists Red Bull…Read More »
Jul.11 (GMM) Red Bull admits Charles Leclerc’s victory for championship contender Charles Leclerc in Austria came as a “surprise”. “I expected them to be strong,” said championship leader Max Verstappen. “I just didn’t expect them to be this good.” Carlos Sainz’s fiery engine failure, however, was a nasty surprise for Ferrari, indicating that reliability remains…Read More »
Get ready to join Grand Prix Tours as we head to Austria for the 2023 Austrian Grand Prix. The now famous Red Bull Ring rarely disappoints and is a must see for all race fans.
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Located just outside the Austin city limits is the Circuit of the Americas one of the finest racing circuits in the world and for this year is one of the tracks selected to run one of the six Sprint races on the F1 schedule. Join Grand Prix Tours as we head to Austin, Texas for the 2023 United States Grand Prix.