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Sep.4 (GMM) Monza cannot assume that it will always host the Italian GP. That is the warning of Italian and former Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali, who is now CEO of the calendar-making Formula One Management. Monza is currently preparing to celebrate its 100th anniversary with next weekend’s Italian GP, but Domenicali warned that it could…Read More »
Sep.3 (GMM) Andreas Seidl says he isn’t surprised that the FIA’s contract recognition board (CEB) sided with McLaren over the Oscar Piastri affair. After a week’s delay, the CRB declared late on Friday that Australian Piastri’s “only” valid contract is the one he signed in July with the Woking based team. McLaren promptly confirmed the…Read More »
Sep.3 (GMM) The ‘silly season’ will step into an even higher gear now that Oscar Piastri is definitely confirmed to make his Formula 1 debut with McLaren next year. Alpine definitely has a seat to fill alongside Esteban Ocon, and speculation linking Pierre Gasly with the Renault-owned team appears to be on the money. “We…Read More »
Sep.3 (GMM) If all Max Verstappen can manage this weekend at Zandvoort is a podium, Dr Helmut Marko thinks that would be “fine”. After utterly dominating just a week ago on the fast sweepers and long straights at Spa-Francorchamps, the Dutchman comparatively struggled on home soil in Friday practice. However, he lost a lot of…Read More »
Sep.3 (GMM) Lewis Hamilton says he isn’t worried about misbehaving Dutch fans this weekend at Zandvoort. In Austria recently, the seven time world champion was booed and jeered after his qualifying crash – before Formula 1 as a whole condemned a reported series of other abusive events from the mainly Verstappen-supporting contingent. So with Verstappen…Read More »
Sep.3 (GMM) Kevin Magnussen says he isn’t sure whether Haas should oust Mick Schumacher and instead sign axed McLaren driver Daniel Ricciardo for 2023. Amid all the Schumacher speculation and claims he is about to be dumped not only by Haas but also from Ferrari’s junior program, Dane Magnussen has been enjoying his firm contract…Read More »
Sep.2 (GMM) Pierre Gasly has found himself at the centre of the 2023 ‘silly season’. Although already officially confirmed at Alpha Tauri for next year, the Frenchman was heard on video at Spa last weekend telling Charles Leclerc and George Russell that his team is “working on the final details of the contract”. Most assume…Read More »
Sep.2 (GMM) Charles Leclerc thinks Formula 1 needs to re-think the way drivers simply throw unwanted helmet visor strips out of the cockpit during grands prix. The Ferrari driver had to stop for an unscheduled pitstop at Spa-Francorchamps last Sunday after a plastic tear-off thrown out of the cockpit by championship rival Max Verstappen got…Read More »
Sep.2 (GMM) Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton have ended their latest on and off-track spat with a friendly get-together in the Mercedes motorhome at Zandvoort. Alonso, who was locked in a bitter partnership with Hamilton at McLaren way back in 2007, called his former teammate an “idiot” after they crashed on lap 1 at Spa-Francorchamps…Read More »
Sep.1 (GMM) Dr Helmut Marko has essentially confirmed reports that negotiations between Red Bull and Porsche about a works deal for 2026 and beyond have stalled. When announcing that fellow VW brand Audi will be on the grid in 2026, CEO Markus Duesmann indicated last week in Belgium that Porsche is definitely coming to Formula…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.