2020 Italian GP

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‘I Can Say What I Want’: Vettel Embarrassed Leclerc Over Planned Clothing Line

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc was left embarrassed while answering a fan’s question after Sebastian Vettel interjected and said something he wasn’t supposed to say. READ: Luca Corberi’s Lawyers Highlight Schumacher-Coulthard Fracas In Defence Of Disgraced Karter The incident took place in the run-up to the 2020 Italian Grand Prix and was revealed in episode four


Pierre Gasly To Stay With Scuderia AlphaTauri For 2021

Pierre Gasly has signed a contract extension with Scuderia AlphaTauri which will see him stay with the team until at least the end of 2021. “I’m extremely happy to continue with Scuderia AlphaTauri for another season! This year is going very well, and we are on track to have our most successful season in the


Gasly: Red Bull Demotion Gave Me More Strength & Energy

Scuderia AlphaTauri driver Pierre Gasly has insisted that his demotion from Red Bull last year didn’t break him despite it being a signficant setback. In a recent interview, Gasly said: “I think on my side, I am still the same. I think that [being dejected] is what people were expecting of me from the outside


‘A Lot Of Ambition’: AlphaTauri Wants To Challenge Red Bull

Scuderia AlphaTauri, which served as Red Bull Racing’s “junior team” when it was called Toro Rosso, will be attempting to challenge the Milton-Keynes based outfit over the coming years, as it looks to emerge from its shadow. Pierre Gasly, who took the team’s first win in over a decade at the Italian Grand Prix a


Demotion To AlphaTauri In 2019 ‘Felt Unfair’ – Gasly

Pierre Gasly has said his mid-season demotion from Red Bull Racing to Scuderia AlphaTauri in 2019 felt “unfair”, but he’s feeling more motivated than ever after recently recording his first F1 victory. “I haven’t been in Formula 1 for even three years yet and I felt already that I’ve been through a lot of things,


Last Two Races Have Been ‘Unacceptable’ For Red Bull – Marko

The last two races – specifically, the Italian Grand Prix and the inaugural Tuscan Grand Prix – have been “unacceptable” for Red Bull, according to Helmut Marko. Max Verstappen retired from both races with technical issues, while Alex Albon finished outside the points at Monza but bagged his first F1 podium a week later at


Red Bull Want To Give Albon ‘Best Opportunity’ To Keep His Seat

Following Pierre Gasly’s shock win at the Italian Grand Prix, there have been growing calls for Alex Albon to be demoted to Scuderia AlphaTauri to make way for the Frenchman at Red Bull. Albon recently said he doesn’t feel like he is under any extra pressure due to Gasly’s victory, and he believes he is


Albon Insists He Isn’t Under Extra Pressure After Gasly’s Win

Red Bull driver Alex Albon has insisted that he isn’t feeling any extra pressure following Pierre Gasly’s shock victory at Monza just a few days ago. Speaking ahead of the Tuscan Grand Prix at Mugello, Albon said he is focusing on improving his own performances at Red Bull and added that he is happy with


Ferrari To Sport Retro Livery At Tuscan Grand Prix

Ferrari will sport a retro livery on its cars to celebrate its 1000th Grand Prix this weekend at Mugello. The livery consists of a dark burgundy paint job, large white driver numbers and “1000” displayed at the top of the engine cover. READ: Renault’s F1 Team To Be Rebranded Alpine In 2021 Ferrari vice chairman

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