24/06/2017 Verstappen: More criticism at Red Bull – Is his time up? and other summarised F1 news from across the internet If you are on Twitter, Facebook or any other social network – please press the share buttons. Make plenty of comments below.
It might be coincidence, but this years (albeit slow) return to form, often punching above their weight on power alone in the last few Grand Prix’s seems to indicate a return of the “Newey Effect”. It has been reported before Newey’s (Chief Technical Officer) full time return the F1 project was managed by a committee and lacked a certain direction.
If paddock rumours are correct we expect to see official statements from Sauber in the coming hours or days following the Azerbaijan Grand Prix announcing he is to head up the Sauber F1 team.
Some say the ex Renault F1 boss fell on his own sword in light of the under performing engine used by the Red Bull cars over the last few years that suffered with similar technological issues currently facing McLaren and the ill fated power unit.
22/06/2017 Lewis Hamilton hints he is open to a Ferrari drive? and other summarised F1 news from across the internet If you are on Twitter, Facebook or any other social network – please press the share buttons. Make plenty of comments below.
According to La Gazzetta Dello Sport newspaper Ferrari are seeking to address the gap between themselves and the Mercedes by bringing a third evolution team engine.
There has been much talk this week about a “Chinese Consortium” considering entering future championships, however thanks to the wonder of electronic communications and receiving live reports from the conference, TJ13 can confirm there is MORE THAN ONE newbie to express an interest.
“The direction of many sporting events is that they become entertainment events, with not only sport as a focus but also music, culture and new ways of sports presentation that enrich the fan experience and go far beyond traditional racing.” – Jean Todt 2017 Sport Conference
Rumours of a Williams-Honda revival squashed quickly. Could they still be bitter about suddenly loosing their championship winning deal in 1987 era of active suspension, statements based on expected future form of Honda or no desire to be a works team?
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Guenther Steiner, Team Principal, Haas F1 Team is buoyant about his team’s progress into the 2017 world championships so far. The Baku street circuit marks a third distance through the annual calendar, and when asked to outline his feelings to date, his responded: