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Red Bull waiting for Canadian engine updates
Red Bull waiting for Canadian engine updates - Christian Horner has said Red Bull won't be rushed into next years engine supplier decision saying he wants to see what Honda and Renault bring to the Canadian Grand Prix in June. Both suppliers are expected to bring their biggest upgrades for...
Mercedes selfish over 2019 rule changes - Marko
Mercedes selfish over 2019 rule changes - Marko - Red Bull official Dr Helmut Marko has said that Mercedes backed the rule changes for 2019 as they suit them but hurt rivals. Traditionally teams struggle to agree on such changes. A lot was surprised when the changes that feature a different...
Todt hits back at drivers complaining over rules
Todt hits back at drivers complaining over rules - FIA president Jean Todt has hit back at the drivers who are saying they want more of a say about the rules in Formula One. Sebastian Vettel said in Barcelona that the 2019 rule changes designed to aid overtaking are, "comical". "Not to...
Red Bull and Renault to meet after Monaco
Red Bull and Renault to meet after Monaco - Red Bull and their current engine suppliers Renault will meet after the Monaco Grand Prix to discuss the continuation of supplying the TAG Heuer badged engines that Renault currently supplies. The current Renault/Red Bull agreement comes to an end after the...
Rivals could protest Ferrari battery
Rivals could protest Ferrari battery - A fresh protest by teams could mar next weekend's Monaco Grand Prix. There have already been questions about the legality of the Ferrari SF71H. They have been pushing the limits of legality with the oil consumption and the new Halo hung mirrors introduced for the...
Hamilton: I felt that synergy today
Hamilton: I felt that synergy today - Lewis Hamilton said that the Mercedes team showed its true force today at the Spanish Grand Prix. Hamilton dominated the race from lights to flag to take the victory. Finishing over 20 seconds ahead of his Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas who gave the...
Tyre issues caused Vettel's two-stop strategy
Tyre issues caused Vettel's two-stop strategy - Sebastian Vettel has revealed that he was struggling with his tyres throughout the Spanish Grand Prix and as a result of that caused him to pit for a second time. Vettel stopped first on lap 17, ditching the softs and taking on the...
Hamilton dominates in Spain- Lewis Hamilton has dominated the Spanish Grand Prix, taking his second consecutive victory of the 2018 season. The Mercedes driver was in control of the race from lights out to the chequered flag and as a result, extends his lead over title rival Sebastian Vettel in the championship...
Haas seventh like pole Haas driver Magnussen has said that the seventh place in qualifying for the Spanish Grand Prix is "really pole position" Magnussen says for Haas it's impossible to do any better unless you're driving a Ferrari (which they virtually are), Mercedes or Red Bull. The Haas driver finished...
McLaren's Upgrades
 A step forward with upgrades  Fernando Alonso has said that McLaren's Barcelona upgrades are "a step forward". McLaren arrived in Spain with various upgrades, most notably an upgraded front wing. McLaren struggled in qualifying so far this season and is yet to make an appearance in Q3. Although Alonso and Vandoorne have...