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Wolff To Leave Mercedes After £700mn Ineos Takeover & Rebrand – Reports

The Mercedes Formula One team is set to be rebranded, with chemicals giant Ineos reportedly agreeing to purchase a majority stake in the Brackley-based constructor for £700 million. Specifically, according to ex-F1 team owner Eddie Jordan, Ineos will purchase a 70-percent stake in the Mercedes F1 team. READ: Sebastian Vettel Says Lewis Hamilton ‘Will Never

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Sebastian Vettel: Lewis Hamilton ‘Will Never Be My Hero’

Sebastian Vettel, who will leave Scuderia Ferrari for Aston Martin Racing at the end of the 2020 season, has said six-time World Champion Lewis Hamilton will never be his hero. In an interview with the Italian edition of Sky Sport, Vettel said: “It’s a shame. On the one hand, it’s very simple for him but

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Perez: Racing Point’s New Upgrades Should Close Gap To Red Bull

Sergio Perez, who was recently told he will not be retained by Racing Point for the 2021 Formula One season, has said he is hopeful that their raft of new upgrades will help the team close the gap to Red Bull. Speaking after qualifying for the 2020 Tuscan Grand Prix at Mugello, Perez said the

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Hamilton Takes Pole For Tuscan GP After Ocon Spin Hampers Bottas

Lewis Hamilton has taken pole position for the Tuscan Grand Prix despite not improving his lap time on his second run in Q3. Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas topped the timing sheets of all three Free Practice sessions of the weekend, but his final run of Q3 was hampered due to Renault driver Esteban Ocon spinning

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Ferrari Hoping To ‘Simply Be Ahead’ Of Vettel In 2021

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has said he believes Sebastian Vettel will be successful with Aston Martin Racing, but he hopes the Italian racing outfit will “simply be ahead” of the rebranded Racing Point team. “As a driver, I think it’s great for Formula 1 that’s Seb’s still part of the line-ups next year because

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Watch: Hamilton Pulls 5.6G Through High-Speed Corner At Mugello

The high-speed Mugello circuit has quickly become a favourite among Formula One drivers, although it’s unlikely we will see many overtakes during the race due to its lack of heavy braking zones and slow-speed corners. During free practice on Friday, Lewis Hamilton pulled 5.6G through a high-speed corner of the circuit while completing a flying

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Haas And Racing Point Settle Prize Money Dispute

The Haas F1 team and Racing Point have finally settled their dispute surrounding the prize money which the latter received for the 2018 Formula One season. Following Lawrence Stroll’s acquisition of the Force India F1 team during the 2018 season and its subsequent rebrand to Racing Point, the team’s points in the Constructors’ Championship were

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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

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Mercedes Poke Fun At Themselves In Reply To Ferrari’s 1000th GP Livery

The Mercedes F1 team have poked fun at themselves with a sarcastic comment on a Facebook post by Scuderia Ferrari in which they unveiled their one-off retro livery for the Tuscan Grand Prix. This weekend’s race at Mugello will be Ferrari’s 1000th Formula One Grand Prix, and, as Mercedes did to celebrate 125 years in

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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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