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“I don’t know why they didn’t just tell me to give the position back” — Sargeant unhappy with the FIA after F1 Chinese GP penalty

This year’s Chinese Grand Prix was not short of drama, with enough twists, turns, and penalties to keep us chatting until the next race in Miami. Among the drivers caught in the penalty problems was Logan Sargeant, whose controversial penalty left many fans scratching their heads. During the race, the Virtual Safety Car was deployed…

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Perez will “review” balance “limitation” with engineers after P3 finish in F1 Chinese GP

Sergio Perez started the Chinese Grand Prix in the 2nd grid spot and was 3rd when the chequered flag was waved with Lando Norris taking P2 away from him. At the start of the race, Alonso went around the outside of Perez at turn 1, getting the position from the Mexican. Perez then regained his…

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Hulkenberg “optimistic that we can fight” main rivals for points in F1 Chinese GP

Nico Hulkenberg’s Saturday at the Chinese Grand Prix was a rollercoaster of events. Initially plummeting to dead last during the Sprint as he destroyed his tyres, he later managed to secure P9 in qualifying, a significant improvement. He placed P6, P9 and P9 in the 3 qualifying segments. Despite a pit lane incident in Q1…

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Russell denies Hamilton’s claims of big set-up differences between the Mercedes cars at F1 Chinese GP: “We’re pretty similar on the set-ups”

The Chinese Grand Prix has proven to be a turbulent journey for Mercedes so far. Lewis Hamilton’s trajectory went from a strong SQ and finishing second in the Sprint race to a disappointing 18th place start in the main race. Meanwhile, George Russell faced his own challenges, missing out on SQ3 and was forced to…

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Leclerc confident Ferrari “can come back on the podium tomorrow” after tricky F1 Chinese GP qualifying for the Scuderia

After qualifying P7 for the Sprint Race yesterday in wet conditions, Charles Leclerc went one better for the Chinese Grand Prix on Sunday. He pipped teammate Carlos Sainz by 0.008s to claim a third row spot. Leclerc was quick to admit he was not happy with where he had qualified. There were six tenths between…

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“Our battle will be with Aston and probably with the Mercedes” — Norris expects to be overhauled by the Ferraris in F1 Chinese GP

After having a dismal start to his Sprint Race earlier in the day, falling to P7 in Turn 2 after starting P1, Lando Norris qualified P4 for the Chinese Grand Prix, the main race on Sunday. The first lap on the board by the McLaren driver in qualifying was a 1.36.528. By the end of…

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Gasly predicts a “tough and tricky weekend on my side” with only Ocon getting Alpine’s F1 Chinese GP upgrade

It has been a tough season to date for Alpine as they do not have a single point in the bag. They brought a small upgrade at the Japanese Grand Prix to help with the weight issues. Alpine has been on the back foot since pre-season. But the Suzuka upgrades worked as expected. The Enstone-based…

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