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“Of course I want to stay” — Sargeant remains hopeful he can retain Williams F1 drive beyond 2024

As the Monaco Grand Prix approaches this weekend, Logan Sargeant expressed his belief that he is “extremely” close to reaching the performance level required to maintain his position with Williams into next season. Team principal James Vowles has come out and said that Sargeant’s future with the team is in the balance because of his…

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Williams FW46 F1 car losing “about four and a half tenths a lap” as it is overweight — Vowles

Williams has unveiled weight-saving plans, starting a this weekend’s Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Imola, revealing that its 2024 Formula 1 car, which has been quite substantially overweight, has been losing the team almost half a second a lap at each event so far. The Grove-based team hopes to bring Alex Albon’s car closer to…

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“Formula 1 is a very complicated business now with the cost cap” — Horner on big names leaving Red Bull F1

Christian Horner has spoken about Red Adrian Newey’s role in the team as it moves into a new phase without the 65-year-old next year. In order to fit with Adrian Newey’s traditional working practices, Christian Horner has shed light on the framework that Red Bull had. According to the current Team Principal of the Milton…

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“I would be a bit more worried about the 220 than maybe one or two CVs” — Horner on Red Bull F1 taking hundreds of Mercedes HPP employees

Christian Horner, who recently admitted that Red Bull powertrains has hired 220 Mercedes staff members, claims he is unconcerned about other teams trying to poach big names of his. A number of important Red Bull employees, including long-term team manager Jonathan Wheatley, were the focus of rival teams’ attention during the Miami Grand Prix weekend….

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Vasseur expects Leclerc to fix recent F1 qualifying struggles: “He will be back soon”

Despite Charles Leclerc’s recent problems in qualifying, Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur has supported him to get back to his best very soon. Leclerc, who has 23 Formula One pole positions in his career, has been unable to replicate some of his one-lap wonders from previous seasons at the Scuderia so far in 2024. Qualifying…

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“Once again we were stronger in race pace than quali pace” — Magnussen on Haas’ double points finish at F1 Australian GP

The Dane’s 10th-place in Australia on Sunday was his first points finish of the season. With Nico Hülkenberg finishing ninth, Haas achieved their first double points since the 2022 Austrian Grand Prix with Mick Schumacher and Kevin Magnussen. The team has had a very encouraging start under new boss Ayao Komatsu, with Hülkenberg finishing 10th…

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Stella: McLaren swapped cars in F1 Australian GP as it “would have happened naturally” with Norris’ fresher tyres

McLaren Formula 1 team boss Andrea Stella has stated that it was possible that Charles Leclerc could have been beaten with a better strategy in Sunday’s race. If McLaren had followed Ferrari and teammate Oscar Piastri’s undercut strategy in Melbourne, third-placed Norris thinks he could have taken second place from Leclerc. Piastri and Leclerc pitted…

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“Complete bullshit” — Komatsu strongly rejects Haas was unsporting with tactics in F1 Saudi Arabian GP

Ayao Komatsu, the boss of Haas Formula 1, has called the team’s alleged “unsportsmanlike” behavior during the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix “complete bullshit.” Kevin Magnussen received a 10-second penalty for contact with Alex Albon at turn 4 on the restart, and he followed it up with another after passing Yuki Tsunoda off track at the…

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Aston Martin F1 wants to “keep chipping away” at improving the AMR24 to try and catch Red Bull Racing

Red Bull has made a very strong start in the current Formula 1 season, but Aston Martin has hinted that they can be challenged as the campaign goes on. Aston Martin Performance Director Tom McCullough believes that they can be caught, referencing McLaren’s big gains last year as an example. During the first two rounds…

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