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Horner: Perez has started the 2024 F1 season “in the best possible way” — “it’s his seat to lose”

Red Bull could well head into the 2025 Formula One season with an unchanged driver line-up for a fifth consecutive season. Mexico’s Sergio Perez has made a very strong start to the 2024 season following his best ever result in the Drivers’ Championship last year with P2. At Suzuka last weekend, he got within 0.066s…

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Mercedes explains how damage for Hamilton exacerbated their lack of pace at F1 Japanese GP

The Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team found themselves grappling with challenges that left them trailing behind their rivals at the Japanese Grand Prix. George Russell finished P7, with Lewis Hamilton only 9th. In particular, Hamilton seemed to struggle to connect with the W15 at Suzuka on race day.  Mercedes’ Trackside Engineering Director, Andrew Shovlin, has shed…

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Krack says it’s “very encouraging” Aston Martin F1 finished ahead of Mercedes in Japan

Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack is optimistic about the team’s performance saying they are no longer “in no-man’s land”. The AMR24 demonstrated an impressive performance following a disappointing Bahrain Grand Prix. The Silverstone team had the fifth fastest race car on the grid and both the Aston Martin’s finished in the points, Alonso in…

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FIA reveals 2025 F1 calendar with again 24 races and six sprints, and a returning host for the opener

The FIA and Formula 1 have revealed the calendar for the 2025 season today, and with again 24 races, six of which are the controversial sprints, it promises to be yet another jam-packed season. Even more so since the season-opener will be held two weeks later than this year, with the Abu Dhabi finale being held in the same weekend, meaning just 38 weeks span the entire season.

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Haas boss Komatsu on “very positive” F1 Japanese GP as he explains Hülkenberg mistake led to horrible second start

Despite a missed opportunity at the Japanese Grand Prix, Haas team principal Ayao Komatsu remains optimistic about the team’s trajectory for the remainder of the 2024 Formula One season. At Suzuka, Haas failed to add to their points tally as Nico Hulkenberg finished just outside the points in 11th place. Following an early race incident…

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Williams F1 has a “massively exciting” future ahead as they battle short-term pains from a massive overhaul — Robson

While Williams have certainly had a fall from their dominance of the 80s and 90s, the team has shown signs of recovery in the last couple of years. That being said, while the team has made some progress, recent weeks have been a wake up call that shows how much more work is ahead of…

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Alonso reveals that Aston Martin F1’s tie-up with Honda for 2026 “part of the decision to stay” with the team

Fernando Alonso has put pen to paper on an extension deal with Aston Martin that will see him racing through the 2025 and 2026 seasons.  After being tentatively linked to various teams across the grid—Lewis Hamilton’s shock move to Ferrari triggered an early start to silly season—Alonso ultimately opted to remain with his current team….

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Magnussen hopes RB F1 shows inconsistency as “slow pit stop” costs him a chance at P10 in F1 Japanese GP

Kevin Magnussen was pleased with Haas’ tyre management after the Japanese Grand Prix. The Danish driver finished 13th at Suzuka, reaping the benefits of a car that’s easier on its tyres than last year. He said: “It was a very different race to last year. I didn’t do a big part of last year’s race….

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Alonso admits he “did speak” to other F1 teams before agreeing a new deal with Aston Martin

Fernando Alonso has confirmed that he did have some talks with other teams before confirming he would stay at Aston Martin until 2026 at least. Since joining the team at the start of 2023, the Spanish driver has been on the rostrum 8 times for the Silverstone-based squad, including three P2 finishes. Alonso has very…

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