Fernanda Álvarez

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“I have never had so much understeer in my life” — Hamilton left to rue set-up choice for F1 Chinese GP with P9 finish

It was a weekend of mixed feelings for Lewis Hamilton. Friday saw him have a promising Sprint Qualifying in a wet Shanghai where he ended up in P2. He finished the Sprint Race on the second step of the podium behind a dominant Max Verstappen. It was a very different situation he faced in Sunday’s…

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“It’s better not to race” on Saturday — Alonso unhappy with Sprint penalty and lack of tyre sets as he recovers to P7 in F1 Chinese GP

Fernando Alonso described finishing seventh in the Chinese Grand Prix as , despite having started from third position and ending the first lap in second place after masterfully overtaking Sergio Pérez’s Red Bull around the outside in turn 2. He remains convinced Aston Martin is no more than the fifth fastest team on the grid….

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“The car has looked good the whole weekend” — Zhou Guanyu confident of making progress in F1 Chinese GP following disappointing Q1 exit

It is a weekend in Formula 1 that has allowed Guanyu Zhou to participate in his first race on home soil. The Chinese Grand Prix has been Sauber’s best performance so far in the season, where they reached Q3 for the first time in the Sprint Classification with both drivers, while the Chinese driver was…

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Perez on the double overtake that gave him P3 in F1 Chinese GP Sprint: “I saw the opportunity and went for it”

The return of the Chinese Grand Prix to the Formula 1 calendar after 5 years happened in style with a sprint race weekend that felt like pure uncertainty. The current championship leader and champion, Max Verstappen, started from the second row while his teammate would start from sixth place with a set of used Pirelli…

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Perez “fully committed to F1” as he expects contract talks with Red Bull to be “quite easy going forward”

After the first movement in the driver market during the season itself became official now that Fernando Alonso re-signed with Aston Martin, Sergio Perez, who probably owns what is the most coveted seat in the category, was questioned about his future in Formula 1, now that one of the alleged candidates to replace him was…

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Honda ready to try and win with Aston Martin F1 and Alonso come 2026, leaving “GP2 engine” comment in the past

Last week, Fernando Alonso’s renewal with Aston Martin was officially revealed in a multi-year contract, allowing the Spaniard to continue racing the top category in a new era of regulations arriving to Formula 1 in 2026. In that same year, Aston Martin will begin the story of an alliance with Honda that brings back memories…

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FIA clubs issues letter backing Ben Sulayem, want legal action for unsubstantiated claims

The president of the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile became embroiled in several accusations in early March when an anonymous source reported to the FIA ethics committee that Ben Sulayem tried to intervene in the outcome of the race by influencing the sanction imposed on Fernando Alonso at the 2023 Saudi Arabian GP. A few days…

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Pérez: Red Bull “one step behind” Ferrari and McLaren in the F1 Australian GP

Suffering his first DNF since the 2022 Australian Grand Prix, Max Verstappen’s Red Bull was not the only RB20 facing problems in Melbourne on Sunday, as Sergio Pérez confessed he “could never find the right balance” throughout the meeting. Red Bull had struggled to match Ferrari during FP2 on Friday, and even in qualifying the…

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FIA: It’s “unlikely that we will be able to provide further comment” as complaint is lodged to them about Red Bull F1 boss Horner

In the unfolding story involving an internal power struggle at Red Bull Racing, Christian Horner kept his job thanks to the backing of the Thai owners who own 51% of the company, while on the other hand, Helmut Marko, who was also involved in an investigation that called into question his position, kept his job…

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