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Sergio Perez stuns ex-F1 racers with bizarre radio message

Former Formula 1 drivers, Anthony Davidson and Johnny Herbert, were stunned as Sergio Perez sneezed several times behind the wheel of his Red Bull in Hungary. As he headed down the main straight during practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix, Perez let out a thunderous sneeze over the radio before his engineer, Hugh Bird, said

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Nico Rosberg and Paul di Resta roast British ex-Formula 1 racer

Paul di Resta made an “under the belt” comment about fellow former Formula 1 driver Johnny Herbert after the Briton disagreed with Nico Rosberg regarding set-up. Rosberg had been talking about Ferrari’s chances of holding off Red Bull during the French Grand Prix, noting that the additional downforce the Italian side run on their car

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Lance Stroll warned his father will fire him and sign Gasly

Former Formula 1 driver Johnny Herbert has warned Lance Stroll that he is not immune from losing his Aston Martin seat despite the ownership of the team by his father, Lawrence. Lance has scored points in Imola and Miami this season, and has out-qualified team-mate Sebastian Vettel once in the six races they have had

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Mercedes warned Hamilton could suffer a concussion and be forced to miss races

1996 F1 world champion Damon Hill is concerned that Sir Lewis Hamilton may eventually suffer a concussion as a result of the “porpoising” he is experiencing in his Mercedes W13. The seven-time champion complained of severe back pain during the Azerbaijan Grand Prix as he finished fourth behind team-mate George Russell, who got his third

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British ex-F1 driver tears into Marko and Red Bull over Hamilton jibe

Former Formula 1 driver Johnny Herbert has taken issue with Dr Helmut Marko’s comment on Sir Lewis Hamilton after the 2022 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. Mercedes continued to struggle with “porpoising,” handling and tyre warmup issues that have conspired against them since the turn of the new technical regulations this year, and the issue bit

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‘It’s the law of diminishing returns’: Brundle on 2022 regulations

Former Formula 1 driver Martin Brundle has suggested that the new technical regulations introduced this year could well cause separation between teams. A ground effect-led aerodynamic concept has been adopted this year, meaning a significantly reduced number of aerodynamic parts on the cars, while the tyres have increased to 18 inches in size to facilitate

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