F1 Weekly Wrap Up [Week 12]
- Bernie says he would happily step down if it means Audi could join F1.
- Bernie also states that Baku would be a great replacement for Monza, as the Italian GP faces a “similar situation” to the German Grand Prix.
- Maldonado faces a penalty that is quite hilarious. The fiery Latin received a 5 second penalty at Bahrain after he started in 18th place…when he should have started in 16th.
- VW group is coming ever closer to bringing Audi onto the grid in 2018.
- Villeneuve thinks Kvyat is struggling under the pressure.
- Merhi expects the Manor axe as he starts his Formula Renault 3.5 season this Saturday
- Williams accepts that Ferrari will be hard to catch
- Ferrari to expect a power boost in Barcelona, perfect for the long straights, and the na further boost in Canada
- Alonso has predicted a large jump in performance for Mclaren come the Spanish Grand Prix
- Boullier warns that Alonso’s predictions of more pace in Barcelona may not come
- Sauber has denied testing the new Ferrari power unit
- Whitmarsh says he never regretted joining Mclaren
- Hulkenberg seems to be gearing up for life away from F1
- Raikkonen seems to be on fire after nearly quitting F1 again in 2014
- F1 has granted permission to use a fifth engine for teams with no resulting penalty.
- Mehri seems set to now keep his seat at Manor
- Marko is sure that Red Bull can catch Ferrari and Mercedes by the end of the season…
- Mclaren hopes to be competitive by the end of 2016
- Lauda says a Mercedes deal is set to be ready by the Spanish Grand Prix
- Vettel has become a patron for the Formula 4 series which both Michael Schumacher’s and Adrian Newey’s sons will be racing in
- Mclaren have made a sponsorship deal with AA.
- Lauda is not surprised by Ferrari’s new pace
- Hamilton has ended a 20 year relationship with Arai
- Horner wishes to renew his vows to Renault
- Valencia could make a return to the F1 GP calendar…
- Hamilton is sure that Fernando Alonso is one of the best drivers the sport has ever seen
- Marko believes Ricciardo is on Vettel’s level
- Marko says that although difficult to prove, Mercedes has helped Ferrari improve.
- Lotus is to run their 2015 car at Brands Hatch soon
- Villeneuve believes that Alonso could never win an F1 race again
- Hamilton is Britain’s richest sportsman. He is worth £88 million
- Mick Schumacher wins in only his third F4 race ever. Cheers for the man!
- Jenson Button finishes his Maiden London marathon
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