In our latest GPFans summary, we take you through today’s best Formula 1 news. 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.
Due to various electrical faults, Max Verstappen withdrew in the hypothetical 24 hours of Daytona. Last weekend, the Dutchman also pulled out within the hypothetical 24 hours of Le Mans. Meanwhile, Australia has announced that it will only allow protected Formula 1 drivers. Mercedes showed its concept car which is all black. This and more in this GPFans Summary.
‘Red Bull Racing and Mercedes ask for five million dollars for sprint races’
Red Bull Racing and Mercedes are claiming $5 million in damages for the six sprint races that Formula 1 wants to add to the calendar next season. to write italian Corriere dello Sport. The cost cap will be lowered so teams will have to keep more races with less money. Read the full article? click here
Mercedes back in black next season?
Mercedes has released the first leftovers for the new car. The photo shows the new achievement of the German national team. The color of the car is striking, which is black, as Mercedes has indicated that it will return to the silver color. Read the full article? click here
Formula 1 drivers must be ‘100 percent immune’ for the Australian Grand Prix
Australia currently has very strict coronavirus measures in place. Anyone wishing to enter must be fully vaccinated. No exception for top athletes. And therefore not for Formula 1 drivers, says Andrew Westacott. After a two-year absence, Australia is back on the calendar and hopefully all the drivers will be there. Read the full article? click here’
Verstappen sees a hypothetical 24 hours of Daytona going up in smoke after technical issues
Team Redline did not survive the hypothetical 24 hour night of Daytona. Max Verstappen’s online formation had to deal with several electrical faults. The Formula 1 World Champion teamed up with Chris Lulham and Gianni Vecchio. A power outage at Lulham’s house caused the power outage and the simulator. Second major relapse in two weeks. Read the full article? click here
Jüri Vips on the ‘notorious’ Helmut Marko: ‘It’s simpler than people think’
Yuri Phipps says Helmut Marko’s illustrious reputation as senior head of the junior program is not entirely justified. According to the Formula 2 driver, the Austrian is “simpler than people think”. The 78-year-old Austrian has made several tough decisions over the years. Daniil Kvyat, Pierre Gasly and Alexander Albon can confirm this. Read the full article? click here
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