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Renault Sport Team Vitality Sign Former Formula Renault Driver For 2019 F1 Esports Series Opmeer, who previously was part of the Renault Drivers' Academy and racing in the Formula Renault 2.0 and Eurocup series, will join Renault and Team Vitality as one of the eligible drivers to compete in this year's F1 Esports Pro Series.
Perez: Lawrence is the most motivated person in our garage The demise of Force India last year led to the birth of Racing Point, gone is mayhem of the Vijay Mallya days of uncertainty replaced by the big bucks investment by billionaire Lawrence Stroll and a group of investor pals.
Raikkonen's experience reminds Giovinazzi of his final F3 season Antonio Giovinazzi says his experienced Alfa Romeo Formula 1 team-mate Kimi Raikkonen reminds him of his own final season in European Formula 3 in 2015.
Russell gets why Red Bull juniors drive at "120 percent" George Russell says it is understandable under-pressure Red Bull juniors drive at “120 percent” given the programme's 'cut-throat' history, but believes fellow Formula 1 rookie Alex Albon can thrive this year.
Stoffel Vandoorne Will Make His LMP1 Debut This Year And Race At Le Mans The ex-McLaren man will make his 24 Hours of Le Mans debut for SMP Racing after former McLaren teammate Jenson Button decided to withdraw from his LMP1 commitments.
Russell: Understandable Red Bull juniors are at 120% given pressure George Russell says it is understandable under-pressure Red Bull juniors drive at "120%" given the programme's "cut-throat" history, but believes fellow Formula 1 rookie Alex Albon can thrive this year.
VIDEO: The evolution of a F1 car The Chinese Grand Prix last weekend was the 1000th world championship race in Formula 1 history, won, of course, by Lewis Hamilton. Since the first race in 1950 until now, how has the actual car evolved over the years? Have a look…
F1 Esports Champion Brendon Leigh Is Making His Single-Seater Debut This Weekend Enzo Bonito went from sim racing to actual racing in 2018 and even beat F1 drivers at the Race of Champions, while Igor Fraga is competing in the new Formula Regional championship this season, scoring a couple of podiums on his first weekend. Top image Daimler.
Debate: Do you support an F1 qualifying shake-up? This last attempt at dressing up qualifying was largely met with a "don't fix what isn't broken" response, and everybody involved in the decision-making is understandably cautious about making changes for the sake of changes. Are you in favour of Formula One adding another segment to qualifying?
Adjusting to F1 "not easy" after two years out - RaceFans Antonio Giovinazzi admits he has found it difficult to adjust back to F1 after two years largely out of competition. "It's just so many things that you can study and try to learn," Giovinazzi explained. "It's not only the lap, you need to learn the warm-up, the out-lap, brakes, managing the traffic.
Vasseur: Giovinazzi is struggling but he will recover Antonio Giovinazzi was once upon a time the 'next big thing' as far as Ferrari were concerned, the youngster was being groomed for Formula 1 by the legendary team but, now in the big leagues, the 25-year-old is not delivering in his first full season at the pinnacle of the sport.
On This Day In F1 - The Chequered Flag Went Out A Lap Too Early A look back at what happened on 20 April in Formula 1 history.
Ferrari risks overloading Binotto with responsibility - Berger Ferrari must ensure its Formula 1 team boss Mattia Binotto is not overwhelmed by his responsibilities and consider recruiting a secondary figure to help deal with politics, says Gerhard Berger.
Steiner: Bahrain F1 test gains stalled by Haas developments Haas chief Guenther Steiner believes his team has found answers to its pace problems over long stints on Pirelli's 2019 tyres but its solutions are being held up by needing time to develop parts and fixes.
Berger doesn't know if Binotto-only Ferrari F1 structure is enough Ferrari must ensure its Formula 1 team boss Mattia Binotto is not overwhelmed by his responsibilities and consider recruiting a secondary figure to help deal with politics, says Gerhard Berger. Binotto was previously Ferrari's technical director but replaced Maurizio Arrivabene as team head at the start of this year.
Ferrari face tough questions and pressing need to do well in Baku Ferrari looked the team to beat in testing but have been unable to challenge Mercedes so far, and if they cannot pick up in Azerbaijan it is hard to see where they will.
Berger: Soon you're going to have two camps at Ferrari Ferrari's use of team orders in Australia and China has some prominent pundits questioning why team chief Mattia Binotto insists on keeping Sebastian Vettel as their number one at the expense of promising newcomer Charles Leclerc.
McLaren knows it still faces 'long road' to F1 recovery McLaren Formula 1 sporting director Gil de Ferran says his team is under no illusion about the "long road" to recovery it still faces, despite the progress it has made with its car this year.
McLaren knows it still faces "long road" to F1 recovery McLaren Formula 1 sporting director Gil de Ferran says his team is under no illusion about the 'long road' to recovery it still faces, despite the progress it has made with its car this year.
McLaren F1 team not considering Renault its 'first target' - RaceFans McLaren sporting director Gil de Ferran says the team shouldn't simply focus on power unit supplier Renault as the first target it has to beat in F1. "Personally I don't look at it that way," he said. "Renault has done a great job for us this year as a power unit partner.
RaceFans Round-up: Leclerc's F1 driving style is "very different" to Vettel's In the RaceFans Round-up: Leclerc says his driving style is "very different" to Vettel's - F1 Esports champion to make race debut - Button stands down from WEC drive.
A Look Back at The Beginning This past weekend was the 1000th Grand Prix of the modern era of Formula 1, held at Shanghai in China. Today let's take a look back at some photographs from the first Grand Prix of this era. It was the British Grand Prix which also had the title of Grand Prix d'Europe and took place at Silverstone on May 13, 1950.
2019 Chinese GP Qualifying Telemetry Analysis Bottas starts the lap faster likely due to coming off T16 on the outlap better. Note how he shifts up to 8th gear earlier which nets him time relative to Hamilton. Hamilton holds higher RPM through the sweeping right hander that is T1, but the two drivers are still fairly even through here.
The Autoweek Podcast Ep. 53: 1,000 Formula 1 races and the Long Beach Grand Prix On this episode of the Autoweek Podcast, host Rory Carroll joins Mike Pryson, Jimmy Pelizzari and Robin Warner to talk about the past week in racing. The group kicks off the show with the 1,000th Formula 1 race: the Chinese GP. Rory and crew dive deeply into the race and discuss their favorite parts.
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