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Latifi admits Williams could soon fire him amid poor season

Williams driver Nicholas Latifi remains unfazed by the rumours surrounding his future in Formula 1, although he does concede that he has doubts over whether he will still be there next year. Latifi has been largely out-performed by team-mate Alex Albon at all nine races so far this season, and has failed to score a

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Fernando Alonso to join Ferrari or Red Bull in 2023?

Fernando Alonso has demonstrated immense pace at times during the 2022 season, something which is rarely seen by drivers who take a sabbatical from the sport. The Spaniard has faced unprecedented bad luck this year, usually at times when on the verge of an incredible finish. Alonso’s front-row start at the recent Canadian Grand Prix

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Team principal reacts to Netflix capturing fresh Wolff outburst in Canada

Netflix’s F1 series Drive to Survive has certainly done wonders for the sport in terms of growing the audience worldwide. The series has created narratives over recent years, and has captured outbursts from both drivers and team principals not usually seen on TV. It’s rumoured that the biggest outburst yet will be seen on the

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Double F1 champion praises Alonso for Canada heroics despite poor race

Double world champion Mika Hakkinen was left marvelling at the tremendous efforts of Fernando Alonso during the Canadian Grand Prix weekend. At 40 years of age, and for the first time since 2012, Alonso put his car on the front row when he mastered the changing conditions to qualifying second behind Red Bull’s Max Verstappen.

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Alpine admit they’re still baffled by Fernando Alonso

Alpine team principal Otmar Szafnauer is struggling to figure out how Fernando Alonso managed to put the car on the front row in Canada last weekend. In changing conditions, the Spaniard put a stunning lap together to displace compatriot and Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz and line up for the race behind Max Verstappen. It was

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