Nicolas Todt says that Charles Leclerc will drive in F1 in 2018

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Charles Leclerc’s manager, Nicholas Todt, has said that the rising star will be racing in Formula 1 next season. Nicolas Todt says that Charles Leclerc will drive in F1 in 2018 Leclerc, who is part of the Ferrari Driver Academy, currently drives for Prema Racing in Formula 2 and is dominating the championship, securing pole […] READ MORE



Sauber will be a Ferrari Junior Team – Sergio Marchionne

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Sergio Marchionne has admitted that the Sauber F1 Team could become a junior team for Ferrari. This follows the confirmation of Haas F1’s driver lineup, with Gian Carlo Minardi saying that it was “a missed opportunity for Ferrari,” as the Italian team could have used the American outfit as a B team to install its own […] READ MORE


Antonio Giovinazzi Deserves a full-time Formula 1 Seat

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One of the intriguing stories from 2017 Formula 1 season so far has been Antonio Giovinazzi substituting for Pascal Wehrlein at Sauber. The Italian deserves a full-time seat. Giovinazzi, the first Italian to race in F1 in over five years has had a very mixed bag during his short F1 career to date. He impressed […] READ MORE



Sauber unveil the C36 for 2017

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The Sauber F1 Team have released images online of their 2017 car, the C36 via Twitter. This makes Sauber the first team in 2017 to release images of their 2017 car, although Williams did release rendered images online on Friday of their 2017 machine. The car provides a strong insight into what teams will opt […] READ MORE



Esteban Gutierrez and Haas F1: A Stale Relationship

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Following Haas F1‘s delay of announcing their 2017 drivers, Esteban Gutierrez has announced that he is considering other drives in Formula 1 for next season. Esteban Gutierrez and Haas F1: A Stale Relationship Gutierrez’s team mate, Romain Grosjean is understood to be driving for the team for 2017 after negotiating a second year on his […] READ MORE


How the 2017 F1 Driver Market is Shaping up

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Announcements galore over recent weeks have started to help piece together the 2017 F1 driver market puzzle. A major technical regulation change has perhaps persuaded some teams to retain their respective driver pairings for 2017. However, with experienced names such as Felipe Massa and Jenson Button not on the grid for next year, some teams have […] READ MORE