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Vettel must ‘regain his head’ in 2019 – Tavoni

A great name from Ferrari’s past, Romolo Tavoni, is expecting that Mattia Binotto will get assistance as he becomes team boss in 2019.

Cars to take ‘huge’ performance hit in 2019 – Green

F1 car performance has taken a “huge” hit with the advent of the new technical regulations for 2019, according to a current technical director.

McLaren confirmed that the image was a fake

McLaren has denied that a teaser image of its 2019 car revealed a major new sponsorship.

Wolff expects close battle in 2019

Toto Wolff is expecting a close battle at the front in 2019.

Ferrari admits ‘interest’ in Mick Schumacher

Ferrari has confirmed its interest in Mick Schumacher.

New rules to make ‘small difference’ for overtaking

The 2019 rule changes will make a “small difference” when it comes to overtaking.

Haas to continue Ferrari collaboration – Steiner

Gunther Steiner says Haas will continue to benefit from its close collaboration with Ferrari.

McLaren to race ‘very different car’ in 2019

McLaren will head into the 2019 season with a “very different car”.

Mercedes to use all-new engine in 2019

Mercedes could once again be about to pull away from its rivals in the horse power department.

‘My main goal is to return to the starting grid in formula one ‘- Sirotkin

Sergey Sirotkin admits returning to formula one has become more of a “long term” goal.

Perez not worried about Lance Stroll as teammate

Sergio Perez says he is not worried about becoming the number 2 driver at the team formerly known as Force India.

‘I see my future in formula racing’ – Pascal Wehrlein

Pascal Wehrlein has admitted to having “talks” with Ferrari.

Arrivabene linked with Sauber role

Kimi Raikkonen thinks Sauber can do “great things” from 2019.

Rookie Norris backs changes at McLaren

Lando Norris has backed the changes that McLaren hopes will put the once-great British team back on track in 2019.

Arrivabene axed to keep technical boss – Piero Ferrari

Ferrari had to oust Maurizio Arrivabene to ensure that Mattia Binotto stays with the great Maranello team.