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Valtteri Bottas Not Ruling Out Mercedes Exit To Have A Beatable Team-Mate

Valtteri Bottas will be out of contract with Mercedes at the end of 2021, but the Finn has insisted he isn’t yet thinking about his plans for 2022 and beyond. In response to a question asked by during a press conference on Tuesday following Mercedes’ launch of their 2021 challenger, the W12, Bottas said

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Nico Hulkenberg Reveals He Was Wary Of Being ‘Burned’ Last Year

Despite plenty of speculation last year linking Nico Hulkenberg with a full-time F1 seat in 2021, the German will be on the side-lines this upcoming season, though he is likely to become Aston Martin’s reserve driver. Hulkenberg made three surprise appearances last campaign, with him filling in for Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll at Silverstone

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Kevin Magnussen: ‘This Thing With Hulkenberg Haunts Me To This Day’

Kevin Magnussen attracted his fair share of criticism over the course of his F1 career, with a number of drivers finding him to be too aggressive when battling wheel-to-wheel. Follow us on Google News to never miss an F1 story again And, the Dane has recently revealed that one incident in particular still “haunts” him.

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Max Verstappen Aiming To ‘Destroy’ Sergio Perez At Red Bull

Last month, Red Bull announced that Sergio Perez will be replacing Alex Albon as Max Verstappen’s team-mate in 2021, with the Thai driver being demoted to the team’s reserve and test driver. READ: ‘I Want To Be Quick Anyway’: Carlos Sainz Looking To Be Immediately Fast At Ferrari Verstappen has since said he hopes that


Red Bull Reveal Sebastian Vettel & Hulkenberg Weren’t Seriously Considered

Red Bull have revealed that Sergio Perez was the only driver in contention to replace Alex Albon at the Milton Keynes-based team, denying that Sebastian Vettel or Nico Hulkenberg ever had a real shot at partnering Max Verstappen in 2021. Asked if Red Bull had seriously considered signing another driver, team principal Christian Horner replied:


How Long Will Sergio Perez Drive For Red Bull?

Amid much anticipation, Red Bull Racing announced on Friday that Sergio Perez will be replacing Alex Albon at the Milton Keynes-based team next season. This came off the back of Albon having a lacklustre season in which, despite having the second-fastest car on the grid, he often ended up battling in the midfield and didn’t

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