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“I’m going to fight no matter what the situation is” — Sargeant vows to retain Williams F1 drive

Logan Sargeant, who finished 11th in Sunday’s British Grand Prix, has stated that he will not give up on his future in F1 as James Vowles hinted he could be removed before the end of the season. Williams had a terrible start to the season, with a lack of a spare chassis meaning the Floridian…

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Stroll “shitting my pants” during F1 British GP on dry tyres in the tricky conditions as he finishes a strong P7

Securing a strong seventh-place finish for Aston Martin, Lance Stroll claimed that the result was a “big uplift for the team.” Finishing a place above teammate Fernando Alonso, Stroll noted that the team did well throughout the weekend, and “were quick since lap one of FP1 and really solid weekend.” The race weekend at Silverstone…

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“We take our cap off to him” — Christian Horner praises Lewis Hamilton’s F1 British GP victory

With rivalries running deep in Formula 1, sportsmanship remains a cornerstone of the sport, as evidenced by Christian Horner’s recent comments on Lewis Hamilton’s latest victory, at the British Grand Prix. When asked about Hamilton’s win, his first since the 2021 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, one that happened towards the end of an incredibly tense…

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Things “work better and more efficiently” — Hülkenberg full of praise for Haas technical department following run to P6 in updated VF-24 at F1 British GP

Haas have been on fine form. In Austria the team scored a double-points finish with Nico Hülkenberg and Kevin Magnussen, finishing P6 and P8 respectively. The American-owned outfit introduced updates to maintain their recent scoring streak. It paid off greatly with Hülkenberg bagging home another sixth-place finish for the second consecutive race weekend. Although he…

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Tsunoda “shocked” by deficit to Williams in the high speed during F1 British GP

After battling with Alex Albon in the closing stages at the British Grand Prix, Yuki Tsunoda was very surprised at Williams’ performance in high speed turns at Silverstone. The Japanese driver finished 10th behind the Thai in a chaotic race. He grabbed his first point after three races outside the top 10. Tsunoda had been…

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Sainz “did the maximum” following eventful F1 British GP, praises his engineers for getting the calls spot on

Despite Silverstone’s unpredictable weather and ever-changing track conditions, Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz delivered all-important points for the team, finishing in P5 after a P7 start on the grid. As the GP weekend began, it was clear that the British weather would play a major role in the race’s events. Despite the rain and need for continuous…

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He “had to go in qualifying with a car he didn’t drive before” — Vasseur defends Leclerc’s tough F1 British GP weekend

The 2024 British Grand Prix weekend has been one to forget for Charles Leclerc, who finished the race in P14. This is the third time in the last four races that Charles Leclerc has participated in a race weekend only to have no points to show for it over a Grand Prix distance. He’s scored…

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Aston Martin appoints Enrico Cardile as F1 Chief Technical Officer

Aston Martin Aramco Formula One Team has announced a significant addition to its technical leadership, appointing Enrico Cardile as F1 Chief Technical Officer. This move, set to take effect in 2025, further solidifies the team’s goal to achieving race wins, as well as strengthening their senior technical group. Cardile, formerly the Technical Director of Chassis…

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Horner: “It’s unsustainable to not be scoring points” as Pérez’s rut of F1 form leaves Red Bull vulnerable in the championship

The last few races have not been kind for Sergio Pérez’s side of the garage, and Red Bull has been feeling the heat as their rivals inched closer in every race. The Mexican has only scored 15 points since May’s Miami Grand Prix which was six rounds ago, while teammate Max Verstappen has managed to…

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