Meanwhile in F1 | From the Old Days: Verstappen and Albon on scooters in Australia

Meanwhile in F1 |  From the Old Days: Verstappen and Albon on scooters in Australia

Among all the important news, some things can be missed during the Grand Prix weekend. Do not worry, F1 Max Keeps you up-to-date with all the nonsense from the Formula 1 world in the “Meanwhile in …” section

From the Old Days: Verstappen and Albon on scooters in Australia

No one will survive yet, the Formula 1 season won’t start in Australia this year. The race is still scheduled for the end of the year. Nevertheless, many teams hail the online Grand Prix, including Red Bull. They only re-publish the race that Alexander Albon and Max Verstappen had called off before last year’s Grand Prix.

Bottas ends move away from Arctic Rally of Lapland

Valtteri Bottas will start tomorrow with Arctic Rally Lapland. It has become a tradition for the Finnish Formula 1 driver. This year he will be participating again and will perform with old WRC material. This time it is initially in the Citron DS3 WRC, the car that competed in the World Championships until 2016.

Red Bull Stock the first stop in less than two seconds

Red Bull Racing has long been known for its fast stations. The team also managed to set the world record last season. But the dominance in the Pit Pass has also lasted for a very long time, with the Austrian team managing to stop a pit in less than two seconds in 2013. The team proudly shares its video.

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Aston Martin shares a snapshot of the first Grand Prix

Aston Martin shares a photo of the team’s first Grand Prix on Twitter. At that time, the car was equipped with a 55-horsepower engine and could drive approximately 137 km / h. Regulations at the time required a mechanic to drive with the driver, which is why two men could be seen in the car.

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Raikkonen Snowman had a tough night

Kimi Raikkonen’s snowman in his garden seems to have gone through a very difficult night. Finn posts a photo in his Instagram story that shows the snowman hanging all the way back. It depends whether he will recover from the snowfall.

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FIA President Todd Visits Dakar: ‘This Unique Rally Abides by Tradition’

The FIA ​​president visited the final stage of Dakar in Saudi Arabia on Thursday. The Frenchman wrote on Twitter: “I am delighted to be in Dakar today to exchange opinions with the organizers and to encourage the drivers and the teams. This unique and renewed rally remains true to its traditions.

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Grogan delivers pizza in the snow

Romain Grosjean now has his hands completely off the bandage and is not sitting still. For example, he can be found in the gym on Wednesday and deliver pizza in the snow on Thursdays. The Frenchman posted a photo on Instagram that he is well dressed against the cold.

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