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Vettel Admits He Will Be ‘Sad’ To See Hamilton Match Schumacher’s Record

Sebastian Vettel has admitted that he will be “sad” to see Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton match Michael Schumacher’s win record, as the seven-time World Champion has long been his hero. “I think it has always been a number that has seemed impossible to reach,” Vettel said, commenting on Schumacher’s record of 91 grand prix victories.


Red Bull Address Rumours That Newey Will Join Aston Martin In 2021

Speaking ahead of this weekend’s Russian Grand Prix, Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has said he is confident that chief technical officer Adrian Newey will remain at the team despite rumours suggesting he is poised to join Aston Martin Racing. “The situation with Adrian, he’s been with us for 14 years. He’s very happy

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Steiner: Haas Wouldn’t Be In F1 If It Had To Pay $200mn Entry Fee

The new Concorde Agreement, which all F1 teams recently signed up to, stipulates that any new entrant must pay a $200 million fee to the ten existing Formula One constructors as part of measures to protect the value of the sport’s franchises. This has prompted concerns that it will be almost impossible for new teams


Stroll’s Mugello Crash Leaves Perez Without Upgrades At Sochi

Lance Stroll’s RP20 will be Racing Point’s only car which is running its upgraded package at this weekend’s Russian Grand Prix. The team only had one set of the upgrades ready in time for the Tuscan Grand Prix a fortnight ago, which it opted to run on Stroll’s car. READ: ‘It Wasn’t Us’: Ferrari &


Ralf Schumacher Explains Why Hamilton Isn’t As Good As His Brother

With Lewis Hamilton in with a good chance of matching Michael Schumacher’s F1 win record at the upcoming Russian Grand Prix, Ralf Schumacher has said the Brit is “definitely” the greatest driver of his time. “People keep asking me if Lewis Hamilton is the greatest racing driver of all time now that he’s breaking many


2022 Is Ferrari’s ‘Most Important Opportunity’ – Binotto

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has said the team is in a “difficult situation”, with the freeze on the development of many components limiting its ability to improve its package in 2020. “How long will it take us to get back [to the front]? Obviously now we are in a difficult situation at the moment