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Top three teams unreachable for Renault – Prost

Alain Prost has conceded that top three teams Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull are “unreachable” for Renault this year.

Bratches admits China could get second F1 race

F1’s owner Liberty Media has admitted it could add a second race in China to the calendar.

Ferrari working on rear wing fix – Binotto

Ferrari is already working to fix the issues that have dropped the Italian team behind Mercedes in 2019.

Mercedes beating Ferrari nothing new – Briatore

Flavio Briatore is not surprised that Ferrari is struggling to beat Mercedes in 2019.

Carey inspects 2020 Hanoi GP site

F1 chief executive Chase Carey travelled straight from China to Vietnam to check out the scene of the Hanoi street race for 2020.

McLaren to decide on Indycar for 2020 in summer

Zak Brown says McLaren is deciding whether to enter a full two-car team in the Indycar series in 2020 or 2021.

No more race victory target in 2019 – Horner

After three races in 2019, Red Bull no longer has a target for the number of race wins.

Budget caps will not help F1 – Villeneuve

Jacques Villeneuve says a budget cap is the wrong direction for F1.

Williams no longer a racing team – Villeneuve

Williams’ problems can be traced back to the decision to float on the stock exchange.

No solution to Haas problem yet – Steiner

Haas says it has serious work to do before the next race in Baku.

Multi-year job to catch top teams – Abiteboul

Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul says the French team is in the middle of a “multi-year” task to catch the big three teams.

Chinese GP Race Results

Top 10: Hamilton, Bottas, Vettel, Verstappen, Leclerc, Gasly, Ricciardo, Perez, Raikkonen.

Chinese GP Practice Three Results

Valtteri Bottas sets fastest lap ahead of Ferrari duo Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc.

Hard to overtake at Zandvoort – Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton has welcomed F1’s speculated return to Zandvoort for 2020, but notes that the former grand prix circuit is hard to overtake on.

Verstappen surprised to hear Mercedes switch rumours

Max Verstappen has joined his father in slamming suggestions he regularly talks on the phone to Mercedes boss Toto Wolff.