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Mercedes increased mileage, Ferrari has most powerful engine

Ferrari may now have the most powerful engine in formula one.

Alonso to be replaced by ‘Norris’ at McLaren

Fernando Alonso is in the final season of his deal with McLaren and he is widely expected to leave the Britishx F1 squad.

Hamilton always comes back so strongly – Rosberg

Nico Rosberg thinks his former Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton will bounce back from his current performance slump.

Toro Rosso is open to new ideas – Honda

Honda is giving nothing away about the possibility of teaming up with Red Bull in 2019.

Is Max Verstappen’s stocks waning?

It was the year 2015. The Formula 1 season was starting with all the usual fanfare.

Haas F1 ‘happy’ with Grosjean and Magnussen – Steiner

Haas boss Gunther Steiner has given a strong indication that Kevin Magnussen will stay in 2019.

110 kg fuel, biometric gloves for 2019 F1 season

The Formula 1 Strategy Group and the Formula 1 Commission met today, 17th April, at the FIA headquarters in Paris, in the presence of Jean Todt, FIA President, and Chase Carey, Chief Executive Officer of Formula 1.

Ricciardo On Race Strategy – 2018 Azerbaijan GP

Fresh from his win in Shanghai, Red Bull’s latest race winner Daniel Ricciardo now has his sights set on a second consecutive victory in Azerbaijan, whose Baku City Circuit is now the fastest street track on the F1 series calendar.

F1 must continue to work on overtaking – Whiting

Formula 1 is pushing ahead with efforts to improve overtaking.

I do not need a psychologist – Verstappen

Max Verstappen says he is putting the Chinese grand prix firmly in the past.

Renault set a significant engine upgrade with 30 hp boost

Renault is preparing to take a step forward with its engine in the coming races.

McLaren confirms ‘B’ car for Spain

McLaren has confirmed that it will have a substantially different car in Spain.

Ferrari continuing to run a blatant ‘number 2’ driver policy – Media

Leading Italian journalists have slammed Ferrari for continuing to run a blatant ‘number 2’ driver policy.

Red Bull issue warning to Mercedes over Ricciardo move

Mercedes should not get excited about signing up Daniel Ricciardo.

Alonso ‘sad’ about McLaren situation

Fernando Alonso has admitted that McLaren’s lack of performance in 2018 makes him “sad”.