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May 28 (GMM) Dr Helmut Marko has hit back at claims he has “a problem with the Schumacher name”. Last week, Mick Schumacher’s uncle Ralf suggested Alpha Tauri boss Franz Tost actually wanted to sign Mick for 2023 rather than struggling rookie Nyck de Vries. Ralf says team owner Red Bull’s top Austrian official Marko…Read More »
May 28 (GMM) Laurent Mekies is currently blocked from leaving Ferrari in order to prepare to take over as Alpha Tauri team boss next year. Red Bull-owned Alpha Tauri made the announcement about Mekies’ forthcoming new role at the end of April – so early that Ferrari boss Fred Vasseur called the timing of the…Read More »
May 27 (GMM) Red Bull’s clean sweep of grand prix wins in 2023 could come to a halt this weekend in Monaco. The team knew that the particular strengths of the car – top speed and fast corners – would not be exercised on the tight Monte Carlo streets. “Max was super happy after the…Read More »
May 27 (GMM) One of Fernando Alonso’s most enduring colleagues and friends believes the Spaniard will stay in Formula 1 well into his mid-40s. With Aston Martin teaming up with Honda from 2026, many have wondered if 41-year-old Alonso will want to extend his stay with the team beyond next season. Honda president Toshihiro Sanbe…Read More »
May 27 (GMM) On his first visit to a Formula 1 paddock since retiring, Sebastian Vettel admitted he has “missed” the sport. Wearing a plain white shirt and blue pants, the quadruple world champion caught up with old colleagues at his former teams Red Bull and Aston Martin as he visited the Monaco paddock on…Read More »
May 27 (GMM) Toto Wolff admits Mick Schumacher may not be able to return to the Formula 1 grid in 2024. There have been rumours that the 24-year-old German, who lost his Haas race seat at the end of last season, could replace the struggling rookie Logan Sargeant at Mercedes-powered Williams. Schumacher is currently Mercedes’…Read More »
May 27 (GMM) It is clear that Formula 1 is moving away from its European origins, according to former driver Ralf Schumacher. Automobile Club de Monaco chief Michel Boeri this week warned that the fabled Monaco GP could drop off the calendar after 2025 as Liberty Media shifts focus elsewhere. Some believe Monaco’s only chance…Read More »
May 27 (GMM) Red Bull wouldn’t have set up its own engine division if the team knew a full works arrangement was on the table for 2026. World champion Max Verstappen, set to win his third consecutive Honda-powered drivers’ championship this season, said in Monaco that it’s a “shame” the Japanese manufacturer is switching from…Read More »
May 26 (GMM) The FIA will be keeping a close eye on driver ‘mistakes’ in the decisive Q3 phase of qualifying in Monaco on Saturday, according to Carlos Sainz. Due to the near-impossibility of overtaking on the fabled streets, qualifying position is more important at Monaco than anywhere else on the calendar. It is therefore…Read More »
May 26 (GMM) Max Verstappen says it’s “a shame” that Red Bull is losing Honda’s works support. Aston Martin and Honda announced this week that they are teaming up for new engine regulations era that will kick off in 2026. “It’s a bit of a shame,” world champion Max Verstappen, who looks set to win…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.
Grand Prix Tours has once again orchestrated the perfect race weekend for the 2023 Belgian Grand Prix which has a new earlier date of July 30th.
With a racing lineage that dates back more than 95 years, unpredictable weather patterns and the ravenous Ferrari fans make this race and post-race celebration a spectacle like no other in professional motorsports.
Guests of Grand Prix Tours are escorted through the Italian countryside to an area rich in history and car culture. Guests will gain insight into the history and inner workings of car companies such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, Dallara, Pagani, and Alfa Romeo.
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.