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Norris: Anyone Driving A Red Bull Looks Like A Hero

Mclaren driver Lando Norris has said that “anyone who goes in a Red Bull looks like a hero”, pointing to the ease of overtaking other cars in the RB16 and its predecessors. He made the comment when asked for his thoughts on ex-Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo, who will leave Renault to join Mclaren next

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Renault’s F1 Team To Be Rebranded Alpine In 2021

French car-maker Renault will rebrand its Formula One team for the start of the 2021 season in a bid to promote its Alpine brand. The team’s cars will sport a predominantly blue livery as part of the marketing of Alpine, a small sports car manufacturer which Renault acquired in 1973. READ: Mclaren Expecting ‘New Normal’

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Williams Appoint Simon Roberts Acting Team Principal

Williams Racing have appointed Simon Roberts as acting team principal, hot on the heels of Claire Williams standing down from her role as deputy team principal of the team. In a statement, the constructor said Roberts would serve as team principal “during this transitional period” for the Williams F1 team. READ: Mclaren Expecting ‘New Normal’

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Mclaren Expecting ‘New Normal’ In F1 From 2022

Mclaren team principal Andreas Seidl has said he is confident that we will see a “new normal” in Formula One from 2022 onwards, with the team being more competitive and F1 becoming consistently more entertaining across the grid. “I am absolutely convinced that with what comes from 2022, with the budget cap, with another technical

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Gasly Wins Italian GP Thriller After Hamilton Penalised

AlphaTauri driver Pierre Gasly has taken victory at the 2020 Italian Grand Prix after benefitting from the safety car being deployed and the race subsequently being red flagged. This is the Italian team’s first win since 2008, when Sebastian Vettel took victory at Monza back when the constructor was known as Toro Rosso. READ: Ferrari

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Hamilton Takes Pole For Italian GP After Breaking Monza Lap Record

Lewis Hamilton has taken pole position for the 2020 Italian Grand Prix after breaking the Monza lap record in the final part of qualifying. Teammate Valtteri Bottas will start the race in second place, while Mclaren driver Carlos Sainz will line up in P3. READ: Both Ferraris Fail To Make It Into Q3 At Italian

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Sainz Hopeful Ferrari Can Improve Their Package For 2022

Carlos Sainz has said he is hopeful that Ferrari can improve their package and get back to their winning ways despite them being so far off the pace at the moment. In an interview with Sky F1, Sainz said the Scuderia need a “very, very, very, very big step” forward in performance. READ: Haas Won’t

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