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Verstappen says it’s “quite exciting” that Red Bull F1 has a “good direction to work in” following Monaco GP struggles

World Championship leader and reigning champion Max Verstappen is looking forward to make progress again, coming of three race weekends that were more difficult than anyone perhaps had imagined after the dominant performances in Asia earlier in the season. In Imola there was a victory eventually, but had the race lasted only a few laps…

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Ocon adamant he’s “always followed instructions” after F1 Monaco GP intra-team crash and confirmation of Alpine exit

Esteban Ocon says the announcement that he will leave Alpine at the end of 2024 hasn’t created any disharmony in the team. The Frenchman clashed with his teammate Pierre Gasly in Monaco and responded to his critics on social media after the race weekend. When asked whether the incident would cause any awkwardness at Alpine,…

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“There’s no way around it — he did see me” — Magnussen continues to point finger at Perez’s door for F1 Monaco GP shunt

Haas’ Kevin Magnussen has defended his actions leading up to his now infamous race ending shunt on the first lap in Monaco. Following a race ending crash between Kevin Magnussen, Sergio Perez and an unfortunate Nico Hülkenberg at turn 1 last time out in Monaco, Magnussen has defended his driving, placing the blame on Sergio…

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How Esteban Ocon avoided a suspension for the F1 Canadian Grand Prix despite Alpine boss Famin’s wishes

Co-Author: Syrine Ferchichi For the Alpine F1 Team, this year’s Monaco GP was eventful, but for all the wrong reasons. With internal conflict between the team’s drivers, the clash between Pierre Gasly and Esteban Ocon not only ruined their race and points scoring capability, but sparked intense public and private reactions from team boss Bruno…

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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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“Let’s see over the next few circuits how things how things pan out” — Horner staying calm in F1 title battle following disappointing Monaco GP

Despite the team’s dominance within the past few Formula 1 seasons, Red Bull Racing has faced some surprising problems thus far in 2024, particularly when it comes to handling the bumps and kerbs on certain circuits.  Despite the team continuing to lead in both the drivers’ and constructors’ championships, the most recent grand prix’s have…

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How Esteban Ocon looks to have alienated himself at Alpine F1 following Sunday’s Monaco GP

It’s been a remarkable few days following a dramatic and scary start to the Monaco Grand Prix. Aside from the huge accident between Sergio Perez, Kevin Magnussen and Nico Hülkenberg that everyone — including photographers — thankfully walked away from without any serious injuries, Alpine has managed to get itself into the headlines for negative…

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“Every race we are super consistent” — Tsunoda pleased with P8 in F1 Monaco GP after “really managing the pace” because of team strategy

Yuki Tsunoda has outlined his main strength on the circuit in 2024, which has built the foundations for three consecutive points-scoring finishes. The RB driver finished in eighth place at Monaco, resisting pressure from Alex Albon in the closing stages. Tsunoda has yet to sign a contract for the 2025 season and said consistency is…

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Russell thought “a podium, potentially even victory” was on before red flag was thrown at F1 Monaco GP

Starting 5th on the streets of Monte Carlo, Russell was the leading driver to start on hard tyres as the Ferraris and McLarens started on the medium compound. Behind him in 6th and 7th, Verstappen and Hamilton also started on the hards. On lap one when Sainz had a puncture from contact with Piastri, Russell…

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