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Dec.4 (GMM) Alain Prost admits a title-deciding crash between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen “could happen”. The F1 legend says he doesn’t mind that some are making comparisons between the current battle and his own intense and acrimonious championship scraps with Ayrton Senna. “No I don’t mind, because we made history in our sport,” said…Read More »
Dec.4 (GMM) Max Verstappen has once again played down rumours Honda is working on its own Mercedes-style ‘rocket’ engine specification for the 2021 title showdown. The world championship leader, who is being chased down in Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi by Lewis Hamilton and his fresh engine that was described by Dr Helmut Marko as…Read More »
Dec.4 (GMM) Aston Martin is not ruling out ‘doing a Red Bull’ by building its own Formula 1 engine. The newly-rebranded former Racing Point and Force India team signed Sebastian Vettel for 2021 but has struggled, with the four time world champion admitting in Saudi Arabia: “Our car has too much drag, not enough downforce”….Read More »
Dec.3 (GMM) There is turmoil behind the scenes at the Formula 1 team known as Alfa Romeo. The team is actually owned and controlled by Swiss-based Sauber Motorsport, who came tantalisingly close to selling to US racing legend Michael Andretti recently. “It was very disappointing that the contract wasn’t signed,” the former McLaren driver said…Read More »
Dec.3 (GMM) Bernie Ecclestone says he and “everyone I speak to” hopes that Max Verstappen is crowned world champion for the first time either this or next Sunday. The former F1 supremo insists that is nothing against seven time world champion Lewis Hamilton – he thinks it’s simply time Formula 1 had a new winner….Read More »
Dec.3 (GMM) Honda logos may still feature on Red Bull’s cars next year, a spokesman for the Japanese engine manufacturer admitted in Saudi Arabia. Officially, next Sunday’s 2021 finale – in which Max Verstappen could be crowned champion – is Honda’s last grand prix before pulling out of the sport. However, to support Red Bull…Read More »
Dec.3 (GMM) Kimi Raikkonen says he feels no special emotions except perhaps impatience as his longest-ever Formula 1 career finally draws to a close next Sunday. The 42-year-old is also the oldest active driver on the grid, having won the title in 2007 and 21 grands prix victories for top teams including McLaren and Ferrari….Read More »
Dec.2 (GMM) Dr Helmut Marko has played down reports Max Verstappen may benefit from his own “rocket” engine this weekend in Saudi Arabia. Off the back of news that championship challenger Lewis Hamilton’s fresh power unit in Brazil will now return for the final Saudi-Abu Dhabi double header, rumours did the rounds that Honda is…Read More »
Dec.2 (GMM) Valtteri Bottas has admitted he found himself in a deep psychological hole early in his Formula 1 career. The 32-year-old Finn, whose five year stint at Mercedes comes to an end this month, revealed that he became depressed just one year into his career in 2014. “I was getting on a flight and…Read More »
Dec.2 (GMM) Former F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone admits a championship-deciding crash between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton is a real possibility over the next week and a half. “Sure it can happen,” said the 90-year-old. “We’ve waited a long time for a duel like this. “It’s why the fans watch Formula 1,” Ecclestone told RTL….Read More »
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