Revealed: How Oscar Piastri was ‘able to free himself from Alpine’s grip’

Former Formula 1 driver, Christian Danner, reckons that former Renault team principal Flavio Briatore was a key factor in Oscar Piastri’s shock rebellion against Alpine. Briatore is currently the manager of Fernando Alonso, who is set to leave Alpine and join Aston Martin next season when Sebastian Vettel retired. The German was quickly replaced by


‘I will decide with Zak’: McLaren driver clears up contractual confusion

Arrow McLaren SP IndyCar driver, Felix Rosenqvist, has assured that he does indeed have a contract with McLaren beyond this season. It was reported back in June that Rosenqvist, who signed with McLaren’s American single seater project last year, has extended his deal with the side for 2023 and beyond. This did not restrict him


Valtteri Bottas has a request for Sebastian Vettel after his F1 retirement

Alfa Romeo’s Valtteri Bottas has told Sebastian Vettel that he wants him to stay involved with Formula 1 amid the German’s impending retirement from the sport. The Grand Prix Drivers’ Association (GPDA) was set up in 1961, with Sir Stirling Moss becoming its first-ever chairman. It was set up as a union for the drivers,


Daniel Ricciardo says McLaren expected him to immediately ‘kick ass’

McLaren’s Daniel Ricciardo believes that his team anticipated too much from him when they signed him from Renault at the end of 2020. The Australian had suffered a difficult season with an underperforming Renault car in 2019, a year after he had been in talks with McLaren over a seat for that season, but turned


Alpine set to take Oscar Piastri and McLaren to court

It is far from a relaxing summer break for the Alpine F1 Team and Oscar Piastri, after the pair’s contract fiasco looks set to go to court. Following Fernando Alonso’s announcement that he’d be leaving Alpine at the end of 2022 to replace Sebastian Vettel at the Aston Martin F1 Team, Alpine shortly after released


Daniel Ricciardo auditions to join ‘clowns at Ferrari’

A video of Daniel Ricciardo juggling tennis balls has resurfaced amid Ferrari’s continued struggles in 2022. Sadly for the Scuderia, they have become a laughing stock in recent weeks due to a series of strategic mistakes, driver errors and reliability failures. That follows a tremendous start to the year, during which Charles Leclerc won two

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