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Formula 1 · Bahrain
2024 F1 Bahrain pre-season testing results: Day 2 lap times
Defending champion Max Verstappen topped the timesheets ahead of McLaren’s Lando Norris as pre-season testing for the 2024 FIA Formula One World Championship got underway in Bahrain. Daniel Ricciardo took his rebranded RB team to fourth place on the timesheet. Lewis Hamilton and Sergio Pérez were the only two drivers not to take to the track on day one.See the Story
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Charles Leclerc · Bahrain
F1 Testing 2024: Ferrari wraps up final day in Bahrain with fastest laps
Ferrari's Charles Leclerc tops timesheets for second day running in Bahrain. Red Bull's Max Verstappen fourth fastest with Mercedes' George Russell fifth. Final day of testing halted by a dislodged drain cover at Turn 11. The record 24-race season starts in Bahrain next week.See the Story
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Formula 1 · Bahrain
F1 2024 pre-season testing: All the key stats and facts from Bahrain
F1 2024 pre-season testing is in the books with Carlos Sainz topping the times for Ferrari. Kevin Magnussen did the most laps with 803.757 miles (1,293.468km) Williams were the only team to go sub-300 laps as a number of issues disrupted their running. McLaren were again on the lower side having been bottom in 2023.See the Story
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Drive To Survive Reveals Beginnings Of Mercedes-Hamilton Split
Lewis Hamilton’s decision to leave Mercedes might be traced back to technical disagreements last year. This week, former Ferrari driver Mika Salo said the seven time world champion’s decision to swap Mercedes for Maranello makes little sense to him. “I believe Hamilton knows something that the rest of us do not yet know,” the Finn told Iltalehti newspaper. And as the new season of the Netflix series Drive To Survive now hits TV screens, it emerg…See the Story
Charles Leclerc · Bahrain
Sainz sets pace on Day 2 of pre-season testing
Ferrari's Carlos Sainz set the pace on the second day of pre-season testing at the Bahrain International Circuit. The Spaniard was 0.758s clear of Red Bull's Sergio Perez. Lewis Hamilton was third fastest with Daniel Ricciardo fifth. Lando Norris was fourth for McLaren.See the Story
Lewis Hamilton · Finland
Could Adrian Newey Join Lewis Hamilton At Ferrari?
Ex-Ferrari racer Mika Salo feels there’s more behind Lewis Hamilton‘s surprising switch from Mercedes to Ferrari for 2025. Hamilton, 39, used a special option to leave his fresh 2-year deal and surprised his boss, Toto Wolff, with news of changing teams. Salo, from Finland, who had his unexpected start with Ferrari in 1999 after Michael Schumacher’s injury, thinks there are big details about the move that haven’t been shared yet. “I believe Hami…See the Story
Daniel Ricciardo Focused On Red Bull Return For 2025
Daniel Ricciardo is doing nothing to dispel the rumours that he is actively aiming for a return to Red Bull’s premier Formula 1 team for 2025. There is speculation among some insiders that this shift could happen as early as mid-season this year, particularly if Sergio Perez fails to keep pace with teammate Max Verstappen. Such a scenario would pave the way for Ricciardo to move up from his current position with Red Bull’s junior team, potential…See the Story
Bahrain · Bahrain
James Vowles Plays Down Williams Opening Day Struggles
James Vowles has sought to temper initial concerns regarding Williams’ prospects for the 2024 campaign. As the final team to prepare a significantly revised car for the new world championship, Williams had previously scrapped a planned preliminary ‘shakedown’ session. The car made its debut in Bahrain shortly before the commencement of the official pre-season testing on Wednesday, however, the car showed signs of potential vulnerability in both …See the Story
Red Bull · Bahrain
Christian Horner All Smiles As Focus Returns To The Track
Red Bull presented a united front as Christian Horner resumed his customary position on the Red Bull pit wall in Bahrain as testing got underway on Wednesday. Amidst ongoing scrutiny by the team’s energy drink company into allegations made by a team member and whispers of internal discord, the veteran Red Bull leader was seen grinning at a table while Dr. Helmut Marko enjoyed a bowl of soup next to him. However, speculation about Horner’s potent…See the Story