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Button Reveals Concerns Over Hamilton Favouritism Ahead Of Joining McLaren

Jenson Button has revealed that he was concerned Sir Lewis Hamilton would be given preferential treatment ahead of him joining the Woking-based team in 2010. Button moved to McLaren just after winning the 2009 F1 Championship with Brawn GP, and he raced alongside Hamilton for three years. READ: 2021 Japanese GP Cancelled Over COVID-19 Concerns

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Wolff Believes 2022 Regulations Could Render DRS ‘Obsolete’

The success of the 2022 regulation changes could result in the end of Formula 1’s drag-reduction system (DRS). DRS was first introduced in 2011 as a system to encourage more overtaking during races. READ: This Is Where Ricciardo Is Losing The Most Time To Norris The system features a movable flap on the rear wing


This Is Where Ricciardo Is Losing The Most Time To Norris

Daniel Ricciardo’s career at McLaren has got off to a difficult start, with the Aussie struggling to get close to team-mate Lando Norris at most of the grand prix contested so far this season. Ricciardo admitted earlier this month that he is still trying to solve the puzzle of the “peculiar” McLaren MCL35M. READ: Ricciardo:


Norris: Brown & Seidl Sometimes Give Me A ‘Kick Up The Arse’ To Do Better

McLaren driver Lando Norris has said he has a good working relationship with McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown and team principal Andreas Seidl, but he still feels pressure from them. The 21-year-old has been in exceptional form this season, and he is currently third in the Drivers’ Standings on 113 points. READ: Bugatti-Partnered Car-Maker Not


Ricciardo: I’m Still Trying To Solve Puzzle Of ‘Peculiar’ McLaren

Daniel Ricciardo has admitted that he is still struggling to master McLaren’s 2021 challenger, saying he immediately knew that it was a “different beast” to the Renault he raced with last season. The Australian driver joined McLaren from the French works team at the end of 2020, and he has been comprehensively outpaced by Lando


Ricciardo Reveals Some Renault Employees Were Intimidated By Him

Daniel Ricciardo has revealed that some members of staff at Renault appeared to be intimidated by him following his move to the French works team from Red Bull at the end of 2018. Speaking in an interview with Optus, an Australian telecoms company that has a partnership with Ricciardo, the McLaren driver said that on

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