in our last GPFans Summary We’ll take you on a comprehensive look at the best Formula 1 news today. Below you’ll find the most trending topics from the royal motorsport class, grouped into one article. This way you are fully informed of all the developments in just 2 minutes.
Red Bull Racing today put an end to the rumors that have been circulating for the past week. Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff also took a peek at the situation around Lewis Hamilton. Van Amersfoort Racing has completed the Formula 2 lineup and the Australian Grand Prix will be back on the 2022 calendar anyway. This and more in this GPFans Summary.
Toto Wolff will meet Hamilton by February at the latest. According to the Austrian, this should be an important moment for the future of the seven-time world champion. “It just takes time,” he told Spain. as. “We’ll meet in February. Then we won’t drink tequila,” Wolff joked. “I’ve done it enough in Abu Dhabi.”
Red Bull Racing rejects rumors
Rumors surfaced that Cyril Abiteboul would become the head of Red Bull Powertrains earlier this week. A strange rumor given the troubled past between the Frenchman and the team. Therefore, this is complete nonsense, as Helmut Marko says: “I have no idea where this nonsense comes from. It is absolute nonsense. Ben Hodgkinson is and will continue to be our motorcycle project leader. Hopefully he can start as soon as possible.”, It seemed the opposite. F1- Insider.
Van Amersfoort Racing completes the lineup
Van Amersfoort Racing has completed its first season lineup in Formula 2. Following the announcement of former Jake Hughes, Belgian Amaury Cordeel will join the team as second driver. “I am really looking forward to taking a step towards Formula 2. I got to know the car during testing in Abu Dhabi and it is a great car. The difference in strength with Formula 3 logically is very noticeable, but I felt really good behind the wheel. Next season will be a challenge and I will learn a lot” Amaury said.
The Australian Grand Prix is back
The Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park, very popular with fans, will be back on the calendar this year anyway. Despite the ever-changing situation regarding the coronavirus, the Australian government has given assurance that the third race of the season will go ahead anyway with regards to it. “We have received a commitment from the Victorian government that the event can happen anyway,” said Andrew Westacott, chief executive of the Australian Grand Prix. Speedcafe.com.
Alfa Romeo has made minor changes to the team name and logo. The Swiss racing stable will change from “Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN” to “Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN” and the logo and house style also appear to have been changed. Via Instagram, the racing stable shows through a video what will change.
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