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‘No way’: Verstappen opens up on Formula 1 retirement plans

Despite only being 24-years-old, reigning World Champion Max Verstappen has already discussed plans for his retirement, when it eventually comes around. The Dutchman is currently into the opening years of his enormous contract with Red Bull Racing, which will see him remain in Formula 1 until 2028 at the earliest. By then Verstappen will be


Russell warned about Hamilton after outperforming him in 2022

Sir Lewis Hamilton and the Mercedes F1 Team will be wondering what could’ve been had the seven-time World Champion not been involved in an opening lap collision which dropped the Brit to nineteenth. Hamilton, who started sixth, was the only driver who opted to start on the medium compound, whilst everyone else was on softs.


Formula 1 mulling Caribbean Grand Prix

Formula 1 journalist Joe Saward has indicated that the pinnacle of motorsport may have plans to hold a race in Colombia in the not-too-distant future. F1 has visited four Latin-American countries over the years, comprising of Brazil, Mexico, Argentina and Cuba – at the former of which Juan Manuel Fangio was famously kidnapped in 1958.