In the round-up: Aston Martin to begin 2024 car ‘as early as possible’ • Doohan fastest on first day of F2 testing • Marti narrowly leads F1 Academy test
Formula 1’s much-maligned new driver introduction ceremony which debuted at the Miami Grand Prix has been defended by Red Bull team principal Christian Horner.
When Fernando Alonso lines up for the next Formula 1 race he will have gone a decade without winning a grand prix.
In the round-up: ‘Everybody got Covid’ at Red Bull’s 2021 title celebrations • DRS zone shortening targeted at Red Bull – Marko • Former F1 race to run for F4 cars
F1’s first Miami GP took place in 2022 on a track that was brand new, but crumbled in the heat. How did drivers find the upgraded 2023 track?
In the round-up: De Vries takes blame for Norris collision • Indianapolis queries F1’s use of slogan • Aston Martin amused by Alonso’s radio slip
Ferrari were left frustrated by their lack of race pace in the Miami Grand Prix and confused by the differences between the performance of their cars.
Pierre Gasly said he was unable to prevent Charles Leclerc and Lewis Hamilton from overtaking him over the final laps of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
George Russell says it’s “a shame for the sport” that Red Bull are so far ahead of the competition, while praising their performance.
Fernando Alonso says he is helping Lance Stroll as the younger driver will lead Aston Martin “for the next 10 or 15 years.”
In the round-up: Bottas: “Rapid improvement needed” at Alfa Romeo • Miami a ‘home’ race for Magnussen • New drivers for F1 23’s ‘MyTeam’ mode
The Miami GP is scheduled for the same weekend this year as its inaugural F1 appearance in 2022, but the weather could be very different.
Red Bull can become the first team to score more than 1,000 points in a single season if they continue to dominate the 2023 championship.
It has been announced that Sebastian Vettel will drive at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed in several F1 cars using sustainable fuel.
Fernando Alonso’s run of podiums ended at the Azerbaijan GP, but after DRS problems earlier in the weekend he had reason to smile on Sunday.
In the round-up: Tsunoda ‘not at Red Bull level yet • Alpine mechanics endured “really gruelling” Friday • Mercedes junior Antonelli to make GT debut
Jenson Button says a win in the Miami Grand Prix for Sergio Perez would prove he is a true world championship contender.
Lewis Hamilton believes Formula 1’s new sprint race format could be condensed into two days, while George Russell wants more opportunity to alter set-ups.
Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur says the team is still well off Red Bull’s pace, despite taking their first podium of the season in Azerbaijan.
Lando Norris said McLaren’s Baku upgrades only made for “a tiny bit” of improved pace, but thinks the parts will be more beneficial elsewhere.