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“I just didn’t have grip” — Hamilton baffled by F1 Canadian GP qualifying struggles after having an “easy half a second advantage in FP3”

Mercedes’ struggles during the first third of the season has been a major talking point, but the Canadian Grand Prix marked a potential turning point for the team. Throughout the practice sessions, particularly in FP3, the W15 displayed an impressive pace, with Lewis Hamilton topping the charts by almost 0.4s from Max Verstappen. At one…

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F1 Miami GP | Sprint Shootout | Verstappen on pole ahead of Leclerc and Perez, Mercedes out in Q2

Formula 1 is in Miami for the second Sprint weekend of the season, one that started terribly for the blue tinted Ferrari and Lando Norris’ McLaren. Leclerc spun at the start of FP1 causing a red flag to halt the session, while Norris suffered in steering.  But it’s certainly Mercedes who struggled the most on…

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Carlos Sainz at the 2024 Australian Grand Prix
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Sainz: Pole was possible in F1 Australian GP qualifying “if I would have done a 100% good job”

After enduring a bout of appendicitis just two weeks prior, Carlos Sainz defied the odds by securing second place in qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix. Despite grappling with “weird feelings” stemming from his recent surgery, Sainz showcased remarkable resilience, pushing through without experiencing pain during the qualifying session. Reflecting on his journey to this…

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Alonso: AMR24 has “lap to lap inconsistency” as he qualifies P10 with damage for F1 Australian GP

After a good round in Jeddah, in which he qualified P4 and finished P5 ahead of George Rusell’s Mercedes in the race, Fernando Alonso and Aston Martin seem to be struggling quite a bit this weekend in Melbourne. Free practice had started with a P18 in the first session following a big moment at turn…

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Ricciardo is optimist RB can “shuffle its way towards the front,” after missing out on Q3 in Bahrain

A rather promising track debut for the VCARB 01 as Daniel Ricciardo closed the first day of testing in P4, paired with Lando Norris’ McLaren and Carlos Sainz’s Ferrari, only 1.2s off Max Verstappen and his RB20. The car – at least at first glance – seems to have everything to battle it off with…

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