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Latifi to part ways with Williams at end of 2022
Nicholas Latifi will leave the Williams Formula 1 team at the end of the 2022 season. His teammate Alex Albon will continue with the squad in 2023 and beyond. A replacement will be announced at a later date, the team said on Friday. Nyck de Vries, filling in for an ill Albon, scored two points in his maiden race.See the Story
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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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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
Ralf Schumacher puts a price tag on the pathway to reach Formula 1
Ralf Schumacher has stated it will cost a young driver somewhere between €13 and €15 million just to get into Formula 1.See the Story
Sebastian Vettel questions Formula 1’s credibility over sustainability moves
Sebastian Vettel has said if Formula 1 judges itself, all of its environmental pledges are just "a nice slogan".See the Story
Haas admit Mick Schumacher’s attitude at the Austrian Grand Prix "wasn’t great"
Haas' race engineer Ayao Komatsu has spoken about how Mick Schumacher's actions during the Austrian Grand Prix weekend were not "right".See the Story
Driver exits making no difference to Alpine’s 100-race plan, says Laurent Rossi
Laurent Rossi has insisted the car is more important than the driver and that Alpine's 100-race plan remains on schedule.See the Story
Lance Stroll savouring teaming up with his childhood "bad guy" Fernando Alonso
Aston Martin's Lance Stroll has revealed that as a child, he viewed his 2023 F1 team-mate Fernando Alonso as "the bad guy".See the Story
Yuki Tsunoda discusses the dynamic between himself and Red Bull’s Helmut Marko
Yuki Tsunoda says he considers Helmut Marko “a friend” and not just as the man who will determine the direction of his Formula 1 career.See the Story