In the round-up: Sauber’s money problems continue • Kvyat move “not a demotion” – Marko • Haas not blaming Gutierrez for crash
We often say, or at least the conventional notion is, that Formula 1’s return to Europe is the first load of serious development upgrades for the cars. Although I will say that Mercedes and Ferrari have been doing a darn good job of it already during the fly-away races this season. As the teams head
In the wake of Verstappen’s switch to Red Bull, and talk of tension between the Dutchman and team-mate Carlos Sainz, Toro Rosso chiefs have moved to reshuffle its staff too.
It has been decided that Pujolar will be departing the team, which he joined a…
The Haas Formula 1 team has decided to run the new-spec Ferrari engine at next weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix, Autosport has learned
On Thursday morning it was announced that Verstappen would be joining Red Bull in a swap deal with Daniil Kvyat, who would be returning to the outfit with which he made his F1 debut.
But sources have revealed that over the course of the day, decisions have been made for a reshuffling of the engineering staff at Faenza too. … Keep reading
De directe overstap van Max Verstappen was voor velen een donderslag bij heldere hemel. Het verraste mij ook. Nu de rook een beetje is opgetrokken en ik wat belevenissen en signalen van het begin van dit seizoen nog eens de revue heb laten passeren in mijn hoofd, kom ik tot de volgende stelling: Kvyat moest niet zo nodig weg bij Red Bull, maar Max moest weg bij Toro Rosso.
Mercedes’ technical problems in recent races are a result of the growing threat of Formula 1 rival Ferrari, according to team chief Toto Wolff
Max Verstappen’s promotion to Red Bull was done to ease “the considerable unrest” at Toro Rosso between the teenager and Formula 1 team-mate Carlos Sainz Jr, according to Helmut Marko
Promoting Max Verstappen to replace Daniil Kvyat might be ruthless, but it is in Red Bull’s best interests, says Allan McNish.