Jehan Daruvala

Driver says he wants to make Helmut Marko regret his decision

The progression from Formula 2 to Formula 1 is not a straightforward one, with much more than race results playing a part in deciding who gets picked up by an F1 team. F2 champions like Oscar Piastri and Nyck de Vries have had to patiently wait for their chances in F1, while the likes of


Indian Red Bull driver to test with McLaren

Red Bull junior driver Jehan Daruvala has been confirmed to be taking part in another McLaren test, as part of the Woking-based team’s testing of previous cars programme (TPC). The Indian driver currently sits fifth in the Formula 2 standings after a solid season, with the 23-year-old having claimed victory in the recent feature race at the Italian Grand


Helmut Marko unhappy as Red Bull struggle to sign Pierre Gasly replacement

Red Bull adviser, Dr Helmut Marko, is left wondering why Colton Herta’s performances in IndyCar have not been enough to earn him a super license. Herta competed in the MSA Formula Championship in 2015, and he partnered Lando Norris in the Carlin team, eventually finishing third in the championship. The American’s rise through American single