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Norris says McLaren and Ferrari the only two F1 teams who have both drivers “performing every single session”

Lando Norris got his first ever Formula 1 win recently in Miami, and then just barely lost out on another P1 finish in Imola last Sunday. The MCL38 car is proving its competitiveness and McLaren is closing in on Red Bull and Ferrari, who are currently ahead of them in the Constructors’ Championship. Coming to…

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Wolff has “more confidence at the moment” in Mercedes F1 recovery, but “nothing in this sport is for granted”

Mercedes Team Principal Toto Wolff believes the team is moving in the “right direction” regarding their development, but more must be done before the team gets back to the top of the grid. While Red Bull, McLaren and Ferrari were at the top of the grid in Imola, Wolff believes that they are slowly closing…

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Wolff “can’t wait for 2026 to come and see the different levels of performance of the power units” as he hits back at F1 rival Horner

Over the Miami Grand Prix weekend, Team Principal and CEO of Red Bull Racing, Christian Horner, responded to comments from Mercedes and McLaren which suggested that the team would be weakened by the departure of their Chief Technology Officer, Adrian Newey, with McLaren CEO Zak Brown stating that he believed that Newey “won’t be the…

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Horner lauds Verstappen’s F1 Imola GP “masterclass”, praises Buemi for Red Bull improvement following bad Friday

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner has credited their simulator driver Sebastien Buemi for the Austrian team’s gain in performance during the race weekend at Imola. The reigning champions suffered a difficult Friday, particularly at Acque Minerali, as Max Verstappen ran wide into the gravel. The team recovered to take pole position for the Imola…

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Horner expects competition from McLaren F1 “at all circuits” following major update package

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner expects to battle McLaren consistently going forward, while Toto Wolff of Mercedes and Mike Krack of Aston Martin take motivation from McLaren’s leap up the field. Following a push to the line at last weekend’s Emilia Romagna Grand Prix for McLaren’s Lando Norris, off the back of his debut…

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Horner: Red Bull needs to look into “weak” hard tyre stint that left Verstappen vulnerable to Norris in F1 Imola GP

Red Bull team principal and CEO, Christian Horner has said that Red Bull will carry some analysis before the next F1 race in Monaco to understand why their car lost so much performance – especially compared to Lando Norris’ McLaren – in the latter stages of the 2024 Emilia Romagna GP, as the degradation of…

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Horner: “Pocket rocket” Tsunoda put in a “great performance” in F1 Imola GP qualifying

Saturday marked a classification with mixed fortunes in the Red Bull garage. While Max Verstappen took Pole Position and reversed the team’s difficult weekend up to that point, Sergio Perez was left out of the Top 10 on Saturday in Imola, where he will start P11 in the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix on Sunday. The…

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Horner says it’s “fitting” that “very special driver” Verstappen matched Senna’s record of consecutive F1 poles at Imola

After a race in Miami that saw the third different winner this year, and finally gave Lando Norris his long-awaited first victory, Formula 1 resumed action at the Imola circuit for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. It looked like a complicated weekend for Max Verstappen and company, when the World Champion scored P5 in FP1,…

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“I’ll probably go again” — Adrian Newey expects to continue in F1 after leaving Red Bull early next year

After announcing his decision to depart from Red Bull Racing recently, Adrian Newey has admits that his future is still within the Formula One paddock. Newey discloses that he had been “seriously considering changing teams, going somewhere else and doing another four or five years or whatever.” The 65-year-old confesses that he does feel tired…

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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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