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Krack unimpressed with stewards inconsistency during F1 Chinese GP weekend

Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack has labelled Lance Stroll’s “very harsh” at the F1 Chinese Grand Prix. The Canadian made big contact with Daniel Ricciardo at the Turn 14 hairpin as the Safety Car period ended and the race restarted. Stroll was given a 10-second time penalty as a seething Ricciardo retired, and his…

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O’Ward tops IndyCar first practice at Long Beach ahead of Team Penske’s Power and McLaughlin

Pato O’Ward topped the opening practice session for Arrow McLaren ahead of the Team Penske pair Scott McLaughlin and Will Power. Felix Rosenqvist set the fourth-best time ahead of Josef Newgarden in a highly competitive opening outing. The first IndyCar practice session at Long Beach got underway, and many cars swarmed onto the circuit in…

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Lewis Hamilton driving in Chhina in the rain
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Wolff: “I don’t think we have enough pace against Red Bull” if the track is dry for F1 Sprint

Co-author: Chiara Martin Mercedes Team Principal Toto Wolff is doubtful that Lewis Hamilton will be able to match Red Bull if the track is dry in the Sprint. The German team had a mixed day in China. Lewis Hamilton qualified a superb second for the Sprint after briefly taking the provisional pole before pole-sitter Lando…

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Rosenqvist: “We’ve been firing on all cylinders” after superb start to IndyCar season at MSR

Co-Author: John Goolsby Felix Rosenqvist switched to Meyer Shank Racing from Arrow McLaren over the winter in IndyCar and opened up on his start with his new team. The Swede finished seventh at the season opener at St. Petersburg after qualifying on the front row — setting a lap record during the Fast 12 in…

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Kevin Magnussen drivin his Haas at Suzuka
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Magnussen hopes RB F1 shows inconsistency as “slow pit stop” costs him a chance at P10 in F1 Japanese GP

Kevin Magnussen was pleased with Haas’ tyre management after the Japanese Grand Prix. The Danish driver finished 13th at Suzuka, reaping the benefits of a car that’s easier on its tyres than last year. He said: “It was a very different race to last year. I didn’t do a big part of last year’s race….

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Lando Norris driving at Bahrain
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“A little bit tougher to get everything out of the car” — Norris pinpoints car characteristics and tyres for F1 qualifying struggles

Lando Norris has opened up about his Formula 1 qualifying struggles, pointing to his aggressive driving style as a weakness over a single lap. This may come as a surprise, as Norris has qualified in the top 10 at all three races this season and has twice beaten his McLaren teammate Oscar Piastri. He said:…

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Max Verstappen talking with engineer Gianpiero Lambiase
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It “needs to happen at a certain stage” — Toto Wolff wants “extraordinary” Max Verstappen at Mercedes F1

Co-authors: Chiara Martin and Ewout Albrecht Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is searching for a replacement for Lewis Hamilton, and Max Verstappen is quickly emerging as a candidate to replace the seven-time world champion. Wolff heaped praise on the Dutchman, saying he has been in a class of his own over the past two seasons. “If…

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Christain Horner in Red Bull team kit
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Horner: Verstappen’s DNF means “we never got to see the answers to had we solved” Friday balance issues at F1 Australian GP

Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner explained the cause of Max Verstappen’s retirement from the Australian Grand Prix. The Dutchman led in the opening stages before retiring four laps into the race, leaving Carlos Sainz with the chance to win the Grand Prix and close the top 4 right up in the Drivers’ Championship. Horner…

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