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Hamilton not relishing the challenges of the 2017 season at MercedesAMG?
Hamilton quoted by Autosport Lewis Hamilton hopes that his season becomes less like a “rollercoaster ride” after an inconsistent start to the 2017 Formula 1 season” – Autosport
Honda’s F1 chief Yusuke Hasegawa has revealed that the Japanese engine supplier are poised to provide McLaren with an update in Baku.
Kevin Magnussen believes Stoffel Vandoorne is “not in his happy place”
….as the Belgian’s difficult start to his first full season with the McLaren Formula 1 team continues.
Goodwood FoS to pay tribute to Bernie Ecclestone with a “GIANT” structure…. TJ13
Kubica not on 2018 list
Renault F1 boss Cyril Abiteboul has downplayed the prospects of Robert Kubica returning to the team in a race seat, despite a successful recent test outing at Valencia
Guenther Steiner – Haas
says he’d be happy to take on an expanded F1 race calendar if the travelling structure was made logistically easier.
As McLaren considers its future with Honda,
Sauber insists it has no concerns about its impending engine deal with the faltering firm.
Sauber boss Monisha Kaltenborn has said Formula 1 is now “too technical”
…and supports the idea of the sport becoming more open.
Carlos Sainz has set his sights on challenging for the World Championship..
…next season and has told Red Bull of his title ambitions.
#TJ13 – France returns in 2018 as part of F1 triple-header
The French Grand Prix will return to the Formula One calendar next year, for the first time since 2008, as part of an unprecedented triple-header with Austria and Britain.
The governing International Automobile Federation (FIA), published a 21-race 2018 calendar on Monday with France and Germany’s Hockenheim, absent this year, returning while Malaysia drops off.
#TJ13 Sauber think the lack of track knowledge will hinder the setup for all teams
After a challenging weekend in Montreal, the Sauber F1 Team is heading out to Azerbaijan for the 8th round of this year′s Formula 1 World Championship. It is the second time that the Grand Prix will be hosted at Baku City Circuit after its debut in 2016 so data and track time experience could prove to be a puzzle for everyone.