Charles Leclerc said Ferrari are “not so far off” Red Bull at Suzuka and their latest changes have given him more confidence at the wheel.
Max Verstappen declared himself happy with the balance of his Red Bull after the first day of practice for the Japanese Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen put Red Bull back on top of the times in the opening practice session for the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka.
Red Bull driver Sergio Perez says his team have a good idea what they got wrong with their set-up last weekend in Singapore.
George Russell and Max Verstappen believe the performance of McLaren’s updated car could make Lando Norris one of the contenders this weekend.
Lewis Hamilton expects Red Bull will be back to their best at this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix after their winning run ended in the previous round.
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Liam Lawson did not believe his first Formula 1 points finish was possible until late in the Singapore Grand Prix.
“One day we’re going to get beaten” said Red Bull’s Christian Horner after their 15th win in a row at Monza. Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz Jnr realised his prophecy in Singapore.
Red Bull were quicker than they expected in the race but Max Verstappen was compromised by the timing of the Safety Car period.
Carlos Sainz Jnr ended Red Bull’s unbeaten run in the 2023 season by holding off Lando Norris to win the Singapore Grand Prix.
Red Bull say their surprisingly poor performance in qualifying for the Singapore Grand Prix was a result of multiple errors in setting up their cars.
Liam Lawson felt he could have done even better in qualifying for the Singapore Grand Prix despite beating both Red Bull drivers and his team mate.
Fernando Alonso was left wishing he’d capitalised on a poor qualifying session for the Red Bull drivers after taking seventh on the grid for today’s Singapore Grand Prix.
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Championship leader Max Verstappen has ruled out a potential race win in the Singapore Grand Prix after he failed to reach Q3 in qualifying.
Carlos Sainz Jnr took pole position in a qualifying session full of surprises as Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez were eliminated in Q2.
Ferrari were clearly the strongest team on Friday in Singapore, but Red Bull know they have more pace to find for qualifying.
Red Bull were further off the pace in second practice than they have been all season, which Max Verstappen said was “way worse than we expected.”