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Red Bull has moved to quell speculation it could put AlphaTauri up for sale after a report cast doubt on the future of its second team.
George Russell was encouraged by the progress Mercedes made on the final day of testing ahead of the 2023 F1 season.
Sergio Perez believes Red Bull are set for a strong start to the 2023 F1 season after topping the final day of testing in Bahrain.
Alpine will have two updates ready for its new A523 in time for the first race of the season next week.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has joined the growing number of Aston Martin’s rivals who are impressed by their car’s performance.
Charles Leclerc says Ferrari have “got some work to do” and rivals Red Bull look “very strong” ahead of next week’s season-opening race.
Lewis Hamilton has strongly criticised F1’s plan to ban the use of tyre warmers next season, which Charles Leclerc also raised concerns over.
Lewis Hamilton says that the Mercedes W14 retains some of the “balance limitations” of its predecessor from last season.
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Max Verstappen declared himself satisfied with the progress Red Bull has made after he completed his pre-season test running today.
Esteban Ocon insists he “never said” a radio message which he is heard uttering during the French Grand Prix in the new season of Drive to Survive.
Aston Martin have confirmed they will split the final day of testing between Fernando Alonso and reserve driver Felipe Drugovich.
The scale of operations at Williams is a “stark contrast” to Mercedes, its new team principal James Vowles has admitted.
George Russell doubts Mercedes will be able to fight Red Bull for victory in the season-opening race, but expects they will gain on their rivals later in the year.
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Haas has moved to a three-person pit gantry set up to save money that they can invest into car development.
Pierre Gasly sees real potential to bring Alpine closer to the top three teams after joining them from AlphaTauri.
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