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Tsunoda Says Hamilton And Mercedes ‘Must Be P*ssed Off’

Japanese F1 rookie Yuki Tsunoda has said that Mercedes and Sir Lewis Hamilton “must be p*ssed off.” The 21-year-old has battled both Mercedes drivers at the last two grand prix – namely in Istanbul and Austin, Texas – and he made life especially difficult for Hamilton as he tried to overtake him for several laps

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Lewis Hamilton Keeping An Eye On This Driver

Mercedes driver Sir Lewis Hamilton has said he will be keeping an eye on Pierre Gasly at this weekend’s Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, as he is expecting the Frenchman and Scuderia AlphaTauri to be very strong at Imola. Gasly was fifth fastest in Free Practice One (FP1), and managed a lap time good enough for

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Mercedes To Force Bottas To Be Hamilton’s Wingman

The Mercedes F1 Team is likely to throw its weight behind Sir Lewis Hamilton to improve their chances of beating Max Verstappen in this year’s Championship battle, 1996 World Champion Damon Hill has said. As such, Hill believes Valtteri Bottas is likely to play second fiddle to Hamilton at Mercedes this campaign, as the Silver

Toto Wolff at Imola in 2021 - Formula1news.co.uk

Marko Says Wolff Should Remember Silver Lining Of Russell-Bottas Crash

Senior Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko has said Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff should consider the silver lining of the high-speed crash between Valtteri Bottas and George Russell during the 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. The pair collided near Tamburello, triggering a multi-impact crash which ended both of their races and led to an

Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas at Imola in 2021 - Formula1news.co.uk

Schumacher Hits Out At Bottas For Lack Of Pace & Bad Attitude

Ex-F1 racer Ralf Schumacher has criticised Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas for his lack of pace at Imola and his attitude following his high-impact collision with George Russell. The pair collided at Tamburello as Bottas was defending against the Williams driver for P9 in the 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.  Follow us on Google News to

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Marko Insists Verstappen Is ‘Definitely’ Faster Than Hamilton

Max Verstappen is “definitely” faster than Sir Lewis Hamilton and has better car control than the seven-time World Champion, senior Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko has said. Hamilton and Verstappen look set to be the two Championship protagonists this year, marking the first time the pair will be able to go toe-to-toe over the

Lewis Hamilton in the gravel after making a mistake at Imola in 2021 - Formula1news.co.uk

Hamilton ‘Often Makes Mistakes’

Sir Lewis Hamilton “often makes mistakes” but is usually able to get away with them because of the superiority of his Mercedes, ex-F1 racer Jan Lammers has claimed. Hamilton made a clear mistake in the 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, with him going wide at the Tosa hairpin while trying to lap the Williams of

Max Verstappen after winning at Imola in 2021 - Formula1news.co.uk

Red Bull Explain Why Max Verstappen Didn’t Set Fastest Lap

Senior Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko has explained why Max Verstappen didn’t push harder to score an extra point by setting the fastest lap of the 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. The Dutch ace’s Championship rival, Sir Lewis Hamilton, managed to claim the extra point, giving him a one-point lead over Verstappen in the

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Lewis Hamilton Lauds Russell For Apologising To Bottas

Sir Lewis Hamilton has praised George Russell for taking responsibility and apologising to Valtteri Bottas for his behaviour after their high-speed crash during the 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. Following the crash at Tamburello, Russell jumped out of the cockpit of his Williams and approached Bottas’ car, before exchanging words with the Finn and slapping


Mercedes Claim They Haven’t ‘Delivered Everything’ From 2021 Car

Mercedes are still yet to extract all of the available performance from their 2021 car despite them making a big step forward after pre-season testing, Andrew Shovlin, the team’s trackside engineering director, has said. Red Bull’s 2021 challenger, the RB16B, was more competitive than the Mercedes W12 during the season-opener in Bahrain last month, though

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