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‘I Can Only Get Mad At Myself’: Leclerc Furious After Mexican GP Qualifying

Charles Leclerc has blamed himself for his poor showing in qualifying for the 2021 Mexican GP. The Ferrari driver will start the race in P8, two places behind team-mate Carlos Sainz. READ: Alonso Warns Hamilton Will Crack Under Pressure Against Verstappen Leclerc struggled to match Sainz’s pace throughout the weekend, and he was unhappy with


Sainz Unhappy With Portrayal Of Ferrari In Drive To Survive

Carlos Sainz has revealed that he is disappointed with the portrayal of Ferrari in season three of Netflix’s Drive To Survive docuseries. Season three covered the 2020 F1 season, a campaign which saw Ferrari struggle with a woefully uncompetitive car. As a result, the team had their worst season in four decades. Speaking to GQ


Daniel Ricciardo Says He’s ‘Happy To Be Dirty’

McLaren driver Daniel Ricciardo has responded to Carlos Sainz calling him “dirty” during last weekend’s US Grand Prix. The pair battled on several occasions during the race, and they made slight contact at one point in a move that Sainz described as a “bit dirty.” Speaking after the grand prix, Ricciardo acknowledged that he made


Sainz: I Never Felt Slower Than Verstappen, Norris Or Leclerc

Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz has said he has felt “appreciated” by every team he has raced with in Formula 1, even though he admitted that some fans consider him to be “in the shadows.” Sainz joined Ferrari from McLaren at the end of 2020, and he is currently sixth in the Drivers’ Standings on 83


Ferrari Boss Insists ‘Carlos Didn’t Surprise Me’

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has given his verdict on Carlos Sainz’s opening half of the season with the Scuderia, and outlined what he is expecting from the Spaniard for the rest of the campaign. Sainz joined Ferrari from McLaren following their decision to axe Sebastian Vettel, with the German ultimately joining Aston Martin. READ:


Alpine CEO ‘Would Not Let Anyone Say’ Sainz Is Faster Than Ocon

Alpine CEO Laurent Rossi has admitted that Esteban Ocon is not “guaranteed World Champion material”, but he believes he is at least on par with Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz. Speaking to BBC Sport this week, Rossi said he considers Ocon to be a “really good” driver and said that “signing him is basically taking almost

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Norris Expecting Ferrari To Beat McLaren At Some Races

McLaren driver Lando Norris has said he believes Ferrari will continue to pose a threat to the Woking-based team over the remainder of the season despite the Scuderia struggling in the last two grand prix. Ferrari and McLaren have been battling for third in the Constructors’ Championship from the get-go of the 2021 F1 season

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‘Unhappy’ Binotto Hails Ferrari’s Progress This Year

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has said the fact that they are “unhappy” to have missed out on a podium at Imola highlights the progress they have made over the winter. Leclerc was in an excellent position to score a podium at the 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix prior to the race being red-flagged, and

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Carlos Sainz Praises Lando Norris’ Strong Weekend At Imola

Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz has praised Lando Norris’ strong weekend at Imola, saying he did a “very good job of exploiting the whole car potential.” After missing out on qualifying in second position for the 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, Norris had an impressive race and finished in P3 to score his second-ever F1 podium.


‘Just Do Better, Guys!’ Ricciardo Furious With F1 ‘Idiots’

McLaren F1 driver Daniel Ricciardo has hit out at Formula One for over-promoting crashes as part of the action and appeal of the sport. “I think last year, F1 put on their social channels, like, ‘top 10 moments of the year’ or something, and eight of the ten were crashes,” Ricciardo said in an interview

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