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“I try to stay away from this speculation because it’s unhealthy” — Ollie Bearman focused on his performance amid 2025 Haas F1 rumours

Ollie Bearman addressed speculation regarding his future in Formula 1. Despite reports suggesting he has already signed with a team, specifically Haas, the Brit remains grounded and focused on his current performance. When asked about the recent reports, Bearman stated, “These are all rumours and speculation and stuff and there’s not really any backing to…

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Vasseur hopes Ferrari has got the “shitty part of the season” out of the way following rough F1 Canadian GP

Ferrari had by far their worst weekend of the 2024 season at the Canadian Grand Prix.Charles Leclerc (engine) and Carlos Sainz (crash damage) retired from the race as the team scored no points, losing out in both the Drivers’ and Constructors’ Championships. Ferrari team boss Fred Vasseur discussed it in his post-race written media session….

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“They will be back soon and be strong” — Vasseur on Red Bull’s recent F1 struggles

Since the start of the 2024 season, Ferrari has been closely contesting at the top. With a win at the Australian Grand Prix and the upgrades they introduced at Imola helping them to victory at Monaco, it has shifted the expectation that 2024 would be a straightforward championship run for Red Bull and Max Verstappen….

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Vasseur: “We will have to speed up the development” as Ferrari and McLaren closes Red Bull’s F1 advantage

The Italian team brought an upgrade to their home race at Imola but narrowly trailed in Red Bull and McLaren’s wake in qualifying as Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz qualified P4 and P5 respectively. The single-lap pace at the sharp end of the field was incredibly competitive, with just two-tenths separating the top four cars….

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Vasseur “a bit frustrated” as he feels Scuderia Ferrari could have won F1 Imola GP if they started from pole

Ferrari had a pretty good weekend on home soil as Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz finished P3 and P5 in the Imola Grand Prix. Leclerc finished 7.9s away from race winner Max Verstappen in the 63-lap contest as Ferrari, McLaren and Red Bull were very close on pace in Sunday’s race. Speaking post-race, Ferrari boss…

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Ferrari’s Jock Clear on ‘no blame’ development culture: “Honestly, I think it’s a testament to Fred”

Ferrari brought a significant update to Imola, one of their two home races of the season, and after Friday’s practice the impovements looked promising. And that was even without addressing the issues that drivers Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz have identified during the first six races of the season. “It’s an organic development of the…

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Vasseur: Hamilton’s “big experience will impact for sure” once he joins Ferrari F1 team in 2025

On February 1st, Seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton announced that he would be leaving Mercedes after 11 years together and would be joining Scuderia Ferrari to drive alongside Charles Leclerc. This means current Ferrari driver, Carlos Sainz will be out of his seat by the end of the 2024 season. Team Principal Fred Vaaseur has…

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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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Low speed performance “will be hopefully improved” — Leclerc and Vasseur discuss Ferrari’s F1 Imola GP updates

Scuderia Ferrari has not updated their car since Bahrain. Red Bull and Mclaren brought upgrades to the Japanese and Miami Grands Prix respectively. Both have shown that the upgrades are key this season, which can be seen from Miami as Norris took his maiden win after the MCL38 was significantly changed. Vasseur pointed out with…

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