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Christian Horner reveals Red Bull passed on signing Oscar Piastri
Christian Horner regrets not adding Oscar Piastri to Red Bull's driver academy. The Australian driver will race for McLaren in 2023 after a protracted contract saga with Alpine. Horner says Red Bull would have never let the highly-ratedPiastri slip through its fingers.See the Story
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'Daniel Ricciardo seeking 21 million dollar pay-out for McLaren contract termination'
According to reports in Australian media, Daniel Ricciardo is seeking a massive pay-out to walk away from his McLaren contract.See the Story
Yuki Tsunoda confirmed to stay at AlphaTauri for F1 2023 as another seat is taken up
Yuki Tsunoda will keep his seat at AlphaTauri for the 2023 Formula 1 season. Team-mate Pierre Gasly is expected to join Alpine for 2023. There are seats available at Alpine, to replace Fernando Alonso who will join Aston Martin, potentially Haas in Michael Schumacher's place.See the Story
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FIA formally rejects Herta's F1 superlicence request
Colton Herta will not be given a superlicence to race in F1 in 2023. The 22-year-old finished third and fifth in the 2020 and 2021 IndyCar championship and won seven races. Red Bull were considering placing Herta into a race seat at sister team AlphaTauri.See the Story
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Ocon: 2022 F1 cars like ‘go karts on kerbs’ in Singapore
Formula 1 returns to the Marina Bay Street Circuit next weekend. It will be the first time that F1 has been to the circuit since 2019. Esteban Ocon says that the track is going to be 'very bumpy' Mercedes driver George Russell is also looking forward to the race.See the Story
BMW have zero interest in McLaren buy-out and joining Formula 1
BMW are not interested in joining the Formula 1 grid in 2026, according to the head of the company's M Motorsport GmbH. BMW took part in F1 between 2000 and 2009, initially with Williams before buying up Sauber in 2006. After just one victory in 2008, BMW decided to pull out of the sport at the end of 2009 with Peter Sauber buying back his team.See the Story
Fallows: Aston Martin growth similar to early days of Red Bull
Fallows left his role as head of aerodynamics at Red Bull last year. He joined Aston Martin in April this year. Fallows enjoyed enormous success with Red Bull, playing a role in nine world championship wins. He said he could see some similarities between the early days of that operation and what was being built now at Aston Martin.See the Story
Binotto says Ferrari still missing 'Schumacher mentality'
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto says that the team is still missing a vital 'X Factor' which is stopping it from fully competing for the world championship. Binotto joined Ferrari's engine department 27 years ago just before Michael Schumacher moved across from Benetton. The 52-year-old Italian definitely knows what he's talking about, as he's seen it all first hand and close-up.See the Story
Mercedes hails 89 per cent reduction in race truck CO2 emissions
Mercedes has reported an 89 per cent reduction in CO2 emissions from its race truck fleet over the last three races of the 2022 season. HVO100 (Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil) biofuel was used in 16 Mercedes race trucks for the journey from Spa-Francorchamps to Zandvoort and on to Monza. A total of 44,091kg CO2 was saved as part of the team's push to achieve verified Net Zero by 2030.See the Story
Andretti still 'full speed ahead' for possible F1 bow in 2024
Andretti Global filed the necessary paperwork with the sport's governing body in February. But Toto Wolff and Christian Horner are among the team principals to come out against the application. Only McLaren's Zak Brown is in favour of seeing Andretti on the grid.See the Story
Jamie Alguesuari clarifies Marko 'angry face' comments
Jamie Alguesuari made his F1 debut in 2009, becoming the youngest driver in the championship to that date. The Spanish driver went on to complete two full seasons with Toro Rosso in 2010 and 2011. He said that he still dreamed of that time, and about Marko being "always angry"See the Story