Tuesday, 11 Dec 2018
Author: F1 News

Top Porsche racing man Seidl heading to Formula 1

©Porsche Andreas Seidl, the man who led Porsche’s LMP1 charge in the World Endurance Championship, is on his way to McLaren according to reports in the media. Seidl spearheaded the German manufacturer’s efforts in the WEC with the ultra-successful Porsche 919 Hybrid from 2014 to the team’s retreat from the series at the end of […]

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Ecclestone showed interest in buying Silverstone

© XPB  <!– –> As uncertainty over the future of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone lingers, Bernie Ecclestone made inquiries to buy the British track, but was told it was not for sale. The BRDC’s activation of a break clause last year in its contract with The Formula One Group means the British round of […]

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Leclerc won’t change Vettel’s ‘basic team mate rule’

© XPB  <!– –> Sebastian Vettel says the arrival of the mercurial Charles Leclerc at Ferrari next season won’t change a basic rule that he applies to all his team mates. For several years, the German enjoyed a harmonious relationship at the Scuderia with Kimi Raikkonen, but many are predicting that the highly rated Leclerc will […]

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Felipe Massa races the fastest animal on earth!

©FormulaE <!– –> In an attempt to ruffle a bird of prey’s feathers, Felipe Massa spread his electric wings ahead of next weekend’s opening round in Saudi Arabia of the 2018/19 ABB FIA Formula E championship. The former F1 driver challenged a peregrine falcon – the fastest animal on earth, capable of flying at almost […]

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Ricciardo ‘best overtaker in the business’ declares Horner

© XPB  <!– –> Daniel Ricciardo may have already left the building, but Red Bull team boss Christian Horner is still happy to sing the Australian’s praises. “He’s driven some fantastic races for us,” Horner told Motorsport.com recently. “Ever since he got in a Red Bull car he’s done nothing but overtake, and arguably has become […]

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Verstappen never wanted ‘to put Renault down’

©RedBull <!– –> Max Verstappen never held back his criticism of Red Bull Racing’s engine supplier in 2018, but the Dutchman says that all he wanted was for Renault to improve. The relationship between Red Bull and Renault became volatile once again this season on the back of reliability issues impacting the manufacturer’s power unit […]

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