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Sebastian Vettel

Ferrari pushing very hard to catch Mercedes

Apr 30, 2016No Comments

Sebastian Vettel has had a troubled weekend so far in Russia. After early-season reliability trouble and then a controversial clash with teammate Kimi Raikkonen in

Sergey Sirotkin

Sirotkin happy with Renault debut

Apr 29, 2016No Comments

Sergey Sirotkin made a good first impression as he ran in morning practice in Russia. The Russian, in Kevin Magnussen’s car, was a full 0.8

Hamilton-Rosberg

F1 Drivers Championship already looking lik...

Apr 28, 2016No Comments

As Nico Rosberg celebrated his third consecutive Grand Prix victory in Shanghai last week, he would have been forgiven for feeling a bit giddy over

Dr Helmut Marko

Marko thinks Wolff is afraid of 2017 rules ...

Apr 22, 2016No Comments

Dr Helmut Marko has slammed a “paranoid” Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff for trying to spoil F1’s charge towards faster cars for 2017. It is

Stoffel Vandoorne

Super formula more difficult than F1 –...

Apr 22, 2016No Comments

Stoffel Vandoorne says he is looking forward to the first race in his new Japanese racing adventure this weekend. The McLaren-Honda reserve, who scored the

Vijay Mallya

India asks for Vijay Mallya extradition

Apr 22, 2016No Comments

Force India chief Vijay Mallya’s legal troubles are continuing to deepen. Already, the Indian government was moving against the former billionaire over huge debts from

Max Verstappen

Verstappen might move to Red Bull in 2017

Apr 22, 2016No Comments

Dr Helmut Marko has dropped the biggest hint yet that Max Verstappen will be promoted to Red Bull Racing for 2017. It has been reported

Monisha Kaltenborn

Kaltenborn not denying Alfa Romeo rumours

Apr 20, 2016No Comments

Monisha Kaltenborn has joined Sergio Marchionne in not dismissing speculation Sauber might be snapped up by Alfa Romeo. Marchionne, the Fiat Chrysler and Ferrari president,