In this GPFans Recap we take you through the most read Formula 1 news of today. Below you will find the most discussed topics from the royal class of motorsport, bundled in one article. This way you will be fully informed of all developments within a few minutes.
It’s time to look back at the most talked about news of the day in our Recap and today we saw, for example, how Picnic rekindled the fire between the company and Max Verstappen and how McLaren team boss Andreas Seidl thinks that men like Lewis Hamilton shouldn’t be such a jerk when it comes to the whole jewelry controversy.
Verstappen remains calm under pressure from Leclerc: “That was very clever”
Max Verstappen appeared to be driving to a dominant victory in sweltering Miami when Lando Norris triggered a safety car. This gave Charles Leclerc another chance in the final phase, but Tom Coronel saw that Verstappen was anticipating this well. Read whole article? click here
Feud between Verstappen and Picnic continues: “A joke should be possible”
The feud between Max Verstappen and supermarket Picnic is still not over. The Red Bull driver was finally proved right after a long procedure at the Supreme Court, but Picnic absolutely does not want to cooperate in paying the desired compensation of 350,000 euros. Michiel Muller, director of the company, believes that an action intended as a joke should still be possible. Read whole article? click here
Seidl on jewelry controversy: “Then you just don’t race”
Andreas Seidl is pleased with the strict approach of the new race management within Formula 1. The McLaren team boss is therefore not in favor of the recent statements by Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel. The controversial denouement of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix last year has meant that the race management structure has been overhauled this season. Read whole article? click here
FIA disqualifies Russian kart driver over alleged Nazi salute
Artem Severiukhin has been disqualified from the race in Portugal in the FIA European Karting Championship. The stewards have decided that his act on stage “could be considered a Nazi salute.” Read whole article? click here
Mercedes will not turn its back on Formula 1: “Sport is very relevant and we will stay”
President of the Mercedes-Benz Group, Ola Källenius, confirms that the German brand will continue in Formula 1 for a while. The car manufacturer will focus on electric cars from 2025 and wants to sell only electric versions from 2030. Read whole article? click here
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