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Updated as of Tuesday, Feb 20

Feb.20 (GMM) McLaren is set to announce a sponsorship deal with Petrobras, the state-linked Brazilian oil multinational. According to Grande Premio publication, the deal will be announced on Tuesday but ...more »

Feb.20 (GMM) Fernando Alonso says he has no concerns about being able to cope with an unprecedentedly busy racing programme in 2018. Alongside F1's longest-ever season of 21 races, the Spaniard will cont...more »

Feb.20 (GMM) Red Bull should be able to take on Mercedes and Ferrari for the 2018 title. That is the view of team boss Christian Horner, after his colleague Dr Helmut Marko this week played down Red Bull...more »

Feb.20 (GMM) Ferrari's 2018 cars will be painted a deeper shade of red than usual. That is the claim of Giorgio Terruzzi, a well-connected Italian journalist writing for Corriere della Sera newspaper. T...more »

Feb.19 (GMM) Monisha Kaltenborn is returning to the world of motor racing. The ousted former Sauber boss is setting up a new team to race in the Italian and German Formula 4 series. It's called KDC Raci...more »

Feb.19 (GMM) Williams has no doubts Sergey Sirotkin is the right driver for the team. Some believe the British outfit chose the Russian over Robert Kubica or another option for 2018 because of the millio...more »

Feb.19 (GMM) Timo Glock says it's good news that alternatives to the 'Halo' cockpit protection system are still being pursued. For 2018, F1 is mandatorily introducing the controversial Halo, which former...more »

Feb.19 (GMM) Nico Rosberg has criticised Pirelli's approach to the 2018 season. For 2018, the sport's official tyre supplier has added two new compounds to its range, differentiating the seven tyres with...more »

Feb.19 (GMM) Charles Leclerc says he is relishing his new role as a works 'Alfa' driver. The reigning Formula 2 champion has been signed up for 2018 by Sauber, the Swiss team now run by a boss from his j...more »

Feb.19 (GMM) Robert Kubica looks set to have a busy year in 2018. Although disappointed to miss out on the Williams race seat, the Pole will be the British team's reserve driver this year. And Marca new...more »

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