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Sauber F1 “working on a new package” that includes changes to the floor — Pujolar

Sauber, currently sitting last in the Constructors’ Championship with no points, is heading to the Hungarian Grand Prix with a mix of optimism and anticipation. The team’s last outing at the British GP was challenging, but they are hopeful about their prospects in Hungary. Sauber Racing Director Xevi Pujolar discussed the team’s efforts to introduce…

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“It’s not about throwing tables around the room” — Ricciardo says staying calm vital for RB F1 as they look for “right step” developing the car

Daniel Ricciardo entered the British Grand Prix at Silverstone with high hopes, aiming to build on his promising ninth-place finish in Austria. However, his weekend was marked by a series of setbacks that left him lamenting his uncompetitive performance across all conditions, ultimately finishing in 13th place. The Australian driver’s troubles began in qualifying, where…

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Russell admits it was a “real blow” retiring from his home race at the F1 British GP

Mercedes driver George Russell faced a tough race at his home circuit at the F1 British Grand Prix, dealing with difficult weather conditions and a water leak that ultimately led to his second DNF of the season. Despite the setbacks, Russell remains optimistic about his future prospects and the performance of his team. George Russell…

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“I question whether it’s worth it because it’s 24 races” — Magnussen admits he has thoughts about leaving F1 because of the gruelling schedule

With his contract with Moneygram Haas F1 team set to expire at the end of the year, Kevin Magnussen finds himself in a position as a free agent for 2025. In his media session before the Austrian Grand Prix, he shared his thoughts on his career, and his outlook on life beyond Formula 1. When…

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Vasseur strongly denies that Ferrari is getting outdeveloped by McLaren after the F1 Spanish GP

After the Spanish Grand Prix, Ferrari team principal Fred Vasseur provided insightful commentary on the state of the team’s development and their recent performance compared to competitors.  When asked about Ferrari’s current rate of development, particularly in comparison to McLaren, Vasseur disagreed with the assessment that the Woking-based team has got the jump. Ferrari had…

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“I trust in the decision of the top management” regarding 2026 F1 engine call — Gasly

Ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix, Alpine F1 driver Pierre Gasly has emphasised the importance of focusing on his driving amidst swirling speculations about the team’s engine program for 2026.  “On my side, obviously the main focus is on my job, which is to deliver the best result and extract the max out of the…

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“Disappointing to end the way it did” as “we were extremely quick” in F1 Canadian GP — Sargeant

After a challenging Canadian Grand Prix, Logan Sargeant of Williams Racing shared insights into the race that saw him unable to finish as he crashed out at turn 4 on lap 25.  Reflecting on the incident, Sargeant admitted uncertainty about the precise cause of his crash. He took quite a bit of kerb at turn…

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Norris not fully “confident and comfortable” in the MCL38 as long term McLaren F1 car limitations still exist

Ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix, McLaren driver Lando Norris shared his thoughts on the team’s progress and expectations for the race. Fresh off his first Grand Prix win at Miami, Norris has shown that McLaren can compete at the highest level despite following Red Bull’s dominant start to 2024. Discussing the team’s improvements in…

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“I’ve seen a huge step forward” in my performance this year — Sargeant stays defiant as he fights for F1 future

Logan Sargeant has shared his thoughts on navigating the complexities of the racing season amidst the ongoing changes in the Formula 1 landscape as he fights for his future. When asked about the difficulty of maintaining focus during the so-called “silly season”, with drivers frequently coming and going at the Williams Racing motorhome — the…

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Alonso says F1 Monaco GP “becomes nothing” without making any pit stops

Following a notably uneventful Monaco Grand Prix except for its opening lap, Fernando Alonso has called for a reevaluation of Formula 1’s red flag tyre rules. The race, which saw minimal changes in positions and was described as “boring” by several drivers, has sparked debate over whether current regulations stifle the sport’s excitement. Alonso highlighted…

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