Lance Stroll’s detractors should take note of the commitment he showed when he crashed at the end of Q1 yesterday, says his team principal Mike Krack.
Speaking exclusively to RaceFans, Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack talks drivers, his leadership style and his team’s dip in form.
Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack says he shares Christian Horner’s concerns over the 2026 power unit regulations.
Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack says his team are “still not anywhere near a podium” but are making positive steps forward with their car.
McLaren’s breakthrough at the British Grand Prix has not set alarm bells ringing among their rivals, who are waiting to see if they can repeat their Silverstone form.
Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack is keen to see what progress the team has made in high-speed cornering following the upgrade it introduced in Canada.
Fernando Alonso would have passed Max Verstappen for the lead in Monaco had they fitted intermediates instead of slicks, Aston Martin’s simulation shows.
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.
Lance Stroll said he was struggling to drive due to the pain from his injured wrists over the final laps of the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Aston Martin’s team principal Mike Krack wants his team to stay grounded after starting the 2023 season on the podium.
Aston Martin reserve driver Felipe Drugovich says both he and Stoffel Vandoorne will be on standby next weekend in case either is called to replace the injured Lance Stroll.
Aston Martin continue their rapid growth as they look to become title contenders. How will the arrival of Fernando Alonso impact their fortunes in 2023?
Fernando Alonso has “a big role to play” in Aston Martin’s future says team principal Mike Krack after the world champion’s first test for them.
In the round-up: Hamilton tells Wallace to keep his head high after ban • Aston Martin accept cost cap fine • Alonso hits out over Hamilton comments
In the round-up: Two black-and-orange flags in five races “strange” – Magnussen • Krack expects “105%” from retiring Vettel • Work begins on new Detroit track
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner is planning an internal investigation to discover whether Aston Martin received information on the design of the RB18.
Mike Krack says Aston Martin will improve their car performance in “a couple of races” time once they bring upgrades to their car.
Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack said the team made an “immense” effort to rebound from its crash-strewn Australian Grand Prix weekend to score its first points of the season at Imola.
In the round-up: ‘Side effect of Jeddah crash’ forces Bolukbasi out of F2 test • Melbourne expect new deal soon as F1 bosses visit Sydney • Indianapolis 500 entry unlikely to exceed 33
New Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack already has a “special link” with driver Sebastian Vettel as they previously worked together at BMW Sauber.