F1 Weekly Wrap Up [Week 15]

Week 15

10th May-17th



  • Button fears that Mclaren could be pointsless this season


  • It was revealed that Fernando Alonso’s retirement in Spain was a brake failure. The failure itself was caused by a tear off visor.
  • Marko says that Red Bull is either out of the sport unless Audi joins the sport.
  • Hamilton is confident he can share contract news in Monaco.
  • Ricciardo says that Kvyat’s lack of experience could be hindering his feedback to the team, thus hindering their performance.


  • Kyalami race track has revealed its changes.
  • Prost believes modern F1 is too complicated.
  • Alonso claims that nothing has changed since.
  • There is going to be a new film on the legendary driver, Emerson Fittipaldi.


  • F1 promoters are demanding changes for the sport since its massive slump
  • Alain Prost agrees


  • Ferrari has quietly extended its Marlboro contract
  • Michelin have expressed that should the rules change, they would be interested in returning to the sport.
  • Briatore could be facing prison over tax fraud.
  • Cosworth are linked with a return to F1


  • Coulthard think a Tyre War in F1 would be good for the sport




  • Photos of Christian Horner and his new wife have surfaced after his wedding.

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