What kind of race to expect from Imola’s F1 return

Imola is about to hold its first Formula 1 Grand Prix in 14 years, with the inaugural Emilia Romagna race. Here’s what the practice and qualifying results suggest may take place tomorrow, including one big fear for the action ahead… The Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari at Imola is

McLaren expect resurgence from Racing Point | Planet F1

Despite a 16-point cushion, McLaren boss Andreas Seidl fears his team could be caught by Racing Point in the race for third place in the constructors’ World Championship. McLaren enjoyed an excellent Italian Grand Prix, taking P2 and P4 respectively through Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris, to move clear as

Racing Point expect decision in 'couple of months'

Racing Point team principal Otmar Szafnauer says he and the team are expecting to wait a “couple of months” for a decision regarding appeals. After the FIA opted to fine them 400,000 Euros and deduct them 15 points for apparently copying Mercedes’ 2019 brake ducts, they quickly appealed the decision.

Raikkonen, Ricciardo expect Vettel to bounce back at Ferrari

Kimi Raikkonen and Daniel Riccardo are expecting their former teammate Sebastian Vettel to bounce back after a tough start to the 2020 Formula 1 season with Ferrari. During the coronavirus break Vettel was told by Ferrari his contract will not be renewed for 2021 as the Italian squad moved to

Mercedes expect Max Verstappen to be biggest threat in 2020

Mercedes technical director James Allison expects strong competition from Red Bull’s Max Verstappen in 2020. The Dutchman will go into this season off the back of his strongest campaign to date last year when he finished P3 in the Drivers’ Championship. But the revised 2020 calendar is already looking promising

IndyCar doesn’t expect coronavirus to affect schedule

Mark Miles, CEO of Penske Entertainment – new owners of IndyCar and Indianapolis Motor Speedway – says he’s not expecting the spread of coronavirus to alter the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series calendar. Miles said he also currently doesn’t foresee any rounds being forced to run behind closed doors – i.e. without

Leclerc didn't expect to outscore Vettel in first year

Charles Leclerc says he didn’t expect to be able to beat Sebastian Vettel in his first season with Ferrari.  The Monegasque driver finished ahead of Vettel with more wins and pole positions, but when asked whether at the start of the year if he’d believe it if someone told him