Mike Krack

Aston Martin boss has good news for Vettel fans ahead of British GP

The upcoming British Grand Prix is one that will be filling Lance Stroll and Sebastian Vettel with hope, as the Aston Martin F1 Team are set to “substantially upgrade” the AMR22 this weekend at Silverstone. The famous team in racing green are installing their second large upgrade package of the season, at their home race.

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Horner ‘disappointed’ by suspected collusion between the FIA and Mercedes

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner was unimpressed by the fact that Mercedes happened to have a second floor stay ready for the Canadian Grand Prix following a technical directive from the FIA. Due to the unsafe levels of “porpoising” and bouncing so far this season under the new technical regulations, the governing body has

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Aston Martin not expecting anything to come of FIA cheating investigation

Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack has reiterated that his team did “nothing wrong” while designing their B-spec car, despite Red Bull’s protestations. The British side introduced a new chassis in Spain that was intended to improve their fortunes having scored points in two of the opening six rounds of the season up to that

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Aston Martin boss opens up on Vettel’s motivation to remain in Formula 1

Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack has insisted that Sebastian Vettel’s current demeanour is not demonstrative of a driver that wants to leave. Vettel has previously indicated that extending his deal with the team beyond this season is dependent on their performance this season and, going off performance alone, the picture does not look great.

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Schumacher blamed for devastating collision with Vettel

Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack was left ruing what he believes what he believes was a mistake from Mick Schumacher after Sebastian Vettel was denied points in Miami. Having started from the pit lane due to a fuel issue, both Vettel and Lance Stroll had made excellent recoveries towards the top 10, and Vettel

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Audi bid for McLaren all but over

Audi’s supposed quest to buy McLaren is seemingly dead in the water after the pair failed to come to an agreement about the price of the team, according to a report by Reuters. Late in 2021, it was reported that Audi had already agreed a deal with the Woking-based company to purchase the entire McLaren

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Sebastian Vettel opens up on post-F1 retirement plans

Sebastian Vettel has conceded that he does not know exactly what he will do once his career in Formula 1 is over, but maintains that he has “a lot of ideas.” Vettel’s career began racing in the pinnacle of motorsport in 2007 when he deputised for the injured Robert Kubica at the BMW team at

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