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  • Ben Sulayem Probed for F1 Race Interference Claims
    2024 promises unprecedented F1 drama, eclipsing track events with off-track controversies, including a high-profile FIA investigation. In addition to the Red Bull case or the shock transfer of Lewis Hamilton to Ferrari, it’s been revealed today that Mohammed Ben Sulayem, president of the FIA, is under investigation for alleged interference in the results of a
  • Marko: I won’t stand in Max’s way if he decides to leave
    Rising tensions at Red Bull reveal a deepening rift, pitting Christian Horner against key figures within the team, including the Verstappens and Helmut Marko. Jos Verstappen’s statements, which assert unequivocally that Christian Horner’s position is untenable under the risk of implosion, have ignited tensions. Two factions are now established: Christian Horner with Red Bull’s Thai
  • Jeddah’s High-Speed Thrills Captivate Haas F1 drivers
    Haas F1 drivers express high admiration for the Jeddah circuit, a venue that combines thrill and technical challenges, making it a unique race experience. Haas F1 drivers hold the Jeddah circuit, host of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, in high regard. Kevin Magnussen performed well there last year (see photo below) and enjoys the pace
  • McLaren’s Optimistic Chase: Surpassing Ferrari Feasible
    McLaren F1 showcased significant progress in Bahrain, positioning themselves as a formidable force while setting sights on overcoming Ferrari and Mercedes in the races ahead. McLaren F1 emerged as the fourth strongest team on the grid in Bahrain: significantly ahead of Aston Martin F1, yet trailing behind Mercedes and Ferrari. However, there is optimism at
  • F1 Explores Drones for Dynamic Race Footage
    Red Bull’s drone video at Silverstone ignites F1’s interest in aerial tech for capturing high-speed race action. Last week, Red Bull showcased a video featuring Max Verstappen and a drone at Silverstone. The remarkable footage captured by this mobile camera, capable of reaching speeds up to 300 kilometers, has piqued F1’s interest, prompting further exploration
  • F1’s Youth Talent Drought Concerns Ralf
    Ralf Schumacher voices his worries as Formula 1 faces a year without rookies, underscoring a significant shift towards valuing experienced drivers. This season marks the first time in the modern history of the sport that not a single rookie will be on the grid. Mercedes-backed driver Kimi Antonelli, who is currently just 17 years old,
  • Visa Cash App RB: The Name Evolution
    Amidst controversy, CEO Peter Bayer embraces ‘RB F1’ for simplicity, despite the grand ambitions behind the team’s rebranding. It is permissible for fans and the media to refer to the former AlphaTauri team simply as “RB F1,” according to CEO Peter Bayer. At RB, the ambitions are high, hence the drive to secure lucrative official
  • Prost: Verstappen’s Drive & Character Unwavering
    Despite internal strife at Red Bull, Max Verstappen remains a dominant force in F1, poised to match Prost’s record. Max Verstappen can navigate, despite troubled waters at Red Bull, at the top of Formula 1 for a long time to come, according to Alain Prost. The Dutchman has already shown in Bahrain that he is
  • Ben Sulayem Probed for F1 Race Interference Claims

    2024 promises unprecedented F1 drama, eclipsing track events with off-track controversies, including a high-profile FIA investigation. In addition to the Red Bull case or the shock transfer of Lewis Hamilton to Ferrari, it’s been revealed today that Mohammed Ben Sulayem, president of the FIA, is under investigation for alleged interference in the results of a…

  • Marko: I won’t stand in Max’s way if he decides to leave

    Rising tensions at Red Bull reveal a deepening rift, pitting Christian Horner against key figures within the team, including the Verstappens and Helmut Marko. Jos Verstappen’s statements, which assert unequivocally that Christian Horner’s position is untenable under the risk of implosion, have ignited tensions. Two factions are now established: Christian Horner with Red Bull’s Thai…

  • Jeddah’s High-Speed Thrills Captivate Haas F1 drivers

    Haas F1 drivers express high admiration for the Jeddah circuit, a venue that combines thrill and technical challenges, making it a unique race experience. Haas F1 drivers hold the Jeddah circuit, host of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, in high regard. Kevin Magnussen performed well there last year (see photo below) and enjoys the pace…

  • McLaren’s Optimistic Chase: Surpassing Ferrari Feasible

    McLaren F1 showcased significant progress in Bahrain, positioning themselves as a formidable force while setting sights on overcoming Ferrari and Mercedes in the races ahead. McLaren F1 emerged as the fourth strongest team on the grid in Bahrain: significantly ahead of Aston Martin F1, yet trailing behind Mercedes and Ferrari. However, there is optimism at…

  • F1 Explores Drones for Dynamic Race Footage

    Red Bull’s drone video at Silverstone ignites F1’s interest in aerial tech for capturing high-speed race action. Last week, Red Bull showcased a video featuring Max Verstappen and a drone at Silverstone. The remarkable footage captured by this mobile camera, capable of reaching speeds up to 300 kilometers, has piqued F1’s interest, prompting further exploration…

  • F1’s Youth Talent Drought Concerns Ralf

    Ralf Schumacher voices his worries as Formula 1 faces a year without rookies, underscoring a significant shift towards valuing experienced drivers. This season marks the first time in the modern history of the sport that not a single rookie will be on the grid. Mercedes-backed driver Kimi Antonelli, who is currently just 17 years old,…

  • Visa Cash App RB: The Name Evolution

    Amidst controversy, CEO Peter Bayer embraces ‘RB F1’ for simplicity, despite the grand ambitions behind the team’s rebranding. It is permissible for fans and the media to refer to the former AlphaTauri team simply as “RB F1,” according to CEO Peter Bayer. At RB, the ambitions are high, hence the drive to secure lucrative official…

  • Prost: Verstappen’s Drive & Character Unwavering

    Despite internal strife at Red Bull, Max Verstappen remains a dominant force in F1, poised to match Prost’s record. Max Verstappen can navigate, despite troubled waters at Red Bull, at the top of Formula 1 for a long time to come, according to Alain Prost. The Dutchman has already shown in Bahrain that he is…

  • Alpine’s Bold Pivot: New Structure, Fresh Faces

    In a daring move, Alpine F1 overhauls its technical team structure to reverse disappointing results and ignite championship ambitions. Official, Alpine F1 Confirms Departures of Harman and de Beer. Alpine F1 has confirmed the news we brought to you last night. Matt Harman (pictured), Technical Director at Alpine F1, and Dirk de Beer, Head of…

  • Clash Over F1’s Soul: Team Alliances and Governance Under Fire

    The start of the year has seen McLaren and Mercedes F1 openly criticize the close relationship and apparent similarities between RB F1 and Red Bull, igniting a debate on fair competition. Since the start of the year, McLaren and Mercedes F1 have criticized the overly close ties between RB F1 and Red Bull. Zak Brown,…

  • Bottas Might Ditch Mullet for Mercedes Return

    Valtteri Bottas considers a bold makeover, eyeing a Mercedes comeback and a shift from his relaxed image for championship dreams. Valtteri Bottas has stated he would shave his mustache and cut his “mullet” hairstyle to return to Mercedes. The Finn partnered with Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes until 2021, before moving to Alfa Romeo, now known…

  • Briatore Eyes Alonso’s Future with Mercedes, Red Bull

    As Aston Martin F1 lingers in fifth, Briatore actively seeks Alonso’s future opportunities with Mercedes and Red Bull. Amidst the shifting sands of F1, Alonso explores new horizons for 2025, with Briatore leading the charge for opportunities. Flavio Briatore, still overseeing Fernando Alonso’s overall career management, admits he’s already canvassing the paddock for opportunities in…

  • Alpine’s 2024 Struggle: A Crossroads for Renault

    Amidst a tough start to the 2024 season, Alpine F1 faces critical decisions, with Renault’s commitment and future support under intense scrutiny. In Bahrain, the harsh reality of Alpine F1’s situation with the 2024 car was made clear. “There are the top four teams, then Aston Martin, the rest, and then Alpine,” confirms Haas F1’s…

  • Wolff Sure Hamilton Won’t Leak Mercedes Secrets

    Toto Wolff trusts Lewis Hamilton to keep Mercedes’ secrets from Ferrari, despite his unexpected move. Toto Wolff is convinced that Lewis Hamilton will not share a plethora of secret insights on Mercedes F1’s success foundations with Ferrari next year. The Mercedes boss and co-owner acknowledges being caught off-guard by the seven-time world champion’s decision to…

  • Villeneuve Critiques Ricciardo’s F1 Merits

    Jacques Villeneuve questions Daniel Ricciardo’s return to F1, citing his popularity over performance. 1997 World Champion Jacques Villeneuve has directly criticized Daniel Ricciardo, one of the sport’s most popular figures and drivers. He believes that Ricciardo, an ever-smiling and joyful Australian who revived his career with RB F1 after being dropped by McLaren in 2022,…

  • DRS Changes Spark New Dynamics in F1 Racing

    This year’s tweak to DRS rules has introduced fresh challenges and strategies for F1 drivers, reshaping the competitive landscape from the get-go. F1 has altered the DRS activation this year, allowing its use from the second lap of the race. This made no difference for Max Verstappen, who had extended his lead to one second…

  • Vasseur’s Calm Approach to Ferrari’s 2024 Season Start

    Fred Vasseur maintains composure after Bahrain, highlighting Ferrari’s competitive edge and a closer gap to Red Bull in the 2024 F1 opener. Vasseur remains calm following the Bahrain Grand Prix that kicked off the 2024 F1 season. The Ferrari director is pleased to see the SF-24 competitive in terms of outright performance, noting that the…

  • Grand Prix Stats: Records, Streaks, and Milestones

    In the aftermath of the latest Grand Prix, we explore the standout statistics, broken records, and the ongoing or ended streaks that shaped the weekend. As is customary following each Grand Prix, it’s time to delve into the most notable statistics, the records shattered, the impressive streaks either continued or abruptly halted over the last…

  • Red Bull & Verstappen: Season’s Unstoppable Force?

    Assessing whether Red Bull and Max Verstappen will once again overshadow their rivals, following the season opener. Will Red Bull and Max Verstappen once again dominate the season? This is a sentiment that could understandably prevail in the minds of many after the year’s first race. However, it’s important to remember that the Sakhir circuit…

  • Verstappen Camp Eyes Mercedes Amid Red Bull Rift

    Following the Bahrain GP, Jos Verstappen’s call for Christian Horner’s exit sparks a major upheaval within Red Bull Racing, hinting at deep-rooted tensions. At Red Bull, the situation has taken yet another turn following the Bahrain Grand Prix. As reported earlier today, Jos Verstappen has publicly called for Christian Horner’s departure to defuse tensions within…

  • Krack Optimistic After Bahrain: “A Promising Start”

    Kicking off the season, Aston Martin F1 clinches a solid double points finish at Bahrain GP, signaling a promising start. Aston Martin F1 emerged as the fifth force on the grid at the Bahrain Grand Prix, with Fernando Alonso and Lance Stroll finishing ninth and tenth. Their boss, Mike Krack, is pleased with a double…

  • Hamilton: Red Bull to Dominate, Max the Favorite

    Lewis Hamilton concedes Red Bull’s impending dominance and Max Verstappen’s status as the favorite, anticipating a challenging season ahead. In Bahrain, Red Bull secures victory with a smaller margin, indicating a less dominant performance compared to 2023. By winning the Bahrain Grand Prix by a 22-second margin, Red Bull made a strong statement, albeit slightly…

  • Mario Isola: Red Bull’s Bold Strategic Choice

    In Bahrain’s season opener, a two-stop strategy was universal, but Red Bull’s tactical edge with fresh softs set them apart. As expected, a two-stop strategy prevailed in Bahrain for the opening Grand Prix of the year. There was even a strategic consensus at the race start: all drivers set off on softs. And everyone opted…

  • Steiner’s New F1 Role Amid Controversy in 2024

    Gunther Steiner, the former Haas F1 team principal, embarks on a fresh journey in 2024 as an expert consultant for RTL, despite past media tensions. Dismissed from his position as team principal of Haas F1 during the winter, the popular and charismatic 58-year-old has accepted a job in the paddock as an expert consultant for…

  • Alpine F1 Crisis: Poor Decisions Lead to Turmoil

    Alpine F1 faces a crisis, as poor management choices have led to disappointing performances and team turmoil, according to ex-boss Otmar Szafnauer. Alpine F1 is now paying the price for certain “poor decisions” in the management of a Formula 1 team currently in crisis. This is the claim of the team’s former boss, Otmar Szafnauer,…

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