Stefano Domenicali

Leclerc issues warning to Formula 1: ‘It would be wrong’

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc has advised Formula 1 not to consider ditching the Monaco Grand Prix amid intense speculation around its future on the calendar. From next season, there will be three races held in the United States when Vegas is re-introduced to the calendar, and this is part of the sport’s ambitious growth plans.


Mercedes warned of tensions between Hamilton and Russell

Former Formula 1 driver Gerhard Berger has warned that the dynamic between Sir Lewis Hamilton and George Russell could begin to waver after the 24-year-old’s impressive performances so far in 2022. The underperforming Mercedes team’s woes have been cultivated by the turn of the new technical regulations, of which Berger has declared himself a fan


F1 CEO issues warning to Sainz as his Ferrari career risks unravelling

Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has told Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz he must remain calm after two consecutive non-finishes. Sainz was nonplussed after his second-placed finish in Bahrain to open the season, describing his weekend as “tricky” after he was comfortably beaten in qualifying and the race by Leclerc, before finishing third in Saudi Arabia. Regardless


Perez warns Domenicali he will retire from Formula 1 on this condition

Red Bull’s Sergio Perez has revealed he has no intention of staying in Formula 1 if the calendar continues to expand. As the pinnacle of motorsport attempts to reach out to new and broader demographics, F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has hinted that it is possible that there may well end up being 30 races on


Gasly reacts to ‘shocker’ that could hit Formula 1

Pierre Gasly has said he would be mortified to see the Monaco Grand Prix fall off the calendar, describing the race as an “iconic” event. Monaco has hosted 69 championship grand prix in its illustrious history within the pinnacle of motorsport, and it has on eight occasions been won by a Frenchman – the closest

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