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Oct.19 (GMM) Reports are emerging that Mercedes may soon undergo a change of F1 title sponsorship. It is rumoured that Petronas, the Malaysian oil company that has partnered with the ultra-successful Formula 1 team since 2010, could be replaced by Saudi Aramco – Saudi Arabia’s public oil company. Aramco is already a major sponsor of…Read More »
Oct.19 (GMM) Flavio Briatore looks set to make a sensational return to Formula 1. The flamboyant 71-year-old left F1 in disgrace over a decade ago following the ‘crashgate’ scandal, but has since been given clearance to return. But it seems it will not be as a team boss. Instead, Italian media claims he is being…Read More »
Oct.19 (GMM) Doubt has been cast on Melbourne’s ability to host the scheduled Australian GP next April. The country has already lost its traditional season opening slot after cancelling the last two grands prix due to covid, while serious restrictions remain in place in Melbourne – the most locked down city on earth. “Nothing is…Read More »
Oct.19 (GMM) Red Bull will not be able to use Honda’s engine IP to design a new power unit for the 2026 regulations. It emerged recently that, despite Honda’s official departure from Formula 1 at the end of this season, the Japanese manufacturer and Red Bull will continue to collaborate for the new ‘Red Bull…Read More »
Oct.19 (GMM) Nikita Mazepin says the firestorm of criticism he has received so far in his new Formula 1 career is “totally irrelevant”. The Russian rookie wasn’t just dubbed ‘Maze-spin’ on social media, he was subjected to highly vitriolic personal attacks as a result of damning video that emerged prior to his F1 debut. But…Read More »
Oct.19 (GMM) After a nervous wait, Dr Helmut Marko says Adrian Newey is now firing on all cylinders once again after “several surgeries” due to a cycling crash. F1’s most famous designer, who oversees technical matters at Red Bull, returned to the pitwall recently in Turkey. “Adrian isn’t fully in shape now, but he’s ready…Read More »
Oct.19 (GMM) Aston Martin should be more “embarrassed” than quadruple world champion Sebastian Vettel in 2021. That is the view of former F1 driver Ralf Schumacher, who commented on the reportedly ’embarrassing’ decision to fit slick tyres to Vettel’s green car on the slippery Istanbul track last time out in Turkey. “The team is more…Read More »
Oct.19 (GMM) Criticism of Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton’s push into political activism is just as justified as the F1 drivers’ publicly declared views. That is the view of Timo Glock, who for that reason says the world champions – with no less than 11 drivers’ titles between them – must be free to express…Read More »
Oct.18 (GMM) Jost Capito has played down reports that Mercedes’ latest engines have provided a controversial power boost amid the intense title battle with Red Bull. Red Bull team figures have questioned the legality of a supposed intercooler tweak that means Max Verstappen’s Honda engine is significantly down on power in comparison with Lewis Hamilton’s…Read More »
Oct.18 (GMM) The newly-published 2022 Formula 1 calendar is “make or break” for Melbourne’s Australian GP, according to chief organiser Andrew Westacott. F1 has finally released the whopping 23-race schedule for next year, confirming that Melbourne – having cancelled its races in 2020 and 2021 due to covid – has lost its traditional spot as…Read More »
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