Sunday, August 9, 2020

Norris: F1 choice of softer tyres for 70th Anniversary GP the right call - Autosport

Formula 1's bid to create some tyre 'controversy’ by going softer with its choices at the 70th Anniversary GP this weekend was the right thing to do, says Lando Norris.

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Norris: F1 choice of softer tyres for 70th Anniversary GP the right call - Autosport

Formula 1's bid to create some tyre 'controversy’ by going softer with its choices at the 70th Anniversary GP this weekend was the right thing to do, says Lando Norris.

Read more: Norris: F1 choice of softer tyres for 70th Anniversary GP the right call - Autosport

McLaren drivers: 'Right decision to bring softer tyres' - Motorsport.com

Drivers and teams have faced some strategy headaches this weekend in dealing with the softer compound tyres, especially with there being such high degradation on the softest of the range.
But although that has caused some difficulties, and could make the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix a huge challenge, Norris reckons things could have been too boring if teams had the same tyres as last ...Keep reading

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Verstappen: Hulkenberg "definitely deserves to be in F1" - Motorsport.com

Racing Point stand-in Hulkenberg charged to his best qualifying result in over four years on Saturday at Silverstone, taking third place on the grid behind the two Mercedes drivers.
It marked Hulkenberg’s best Saturday result since the 2016 Austrian Grand Prix, when he took third in qualifying before moving up to second on the grid due to a penalty for then-Mercedes driver Nico ...Keep reading

Read more: Verstappen: Hulkenberg "definitely deserves to be in F1" - Motorsport.com

Ferrari: It is our "duty" to support struggling Vettel - Autosport

Ferrari sporting director Laurent Mekies says it's the team's "duty" to support Sebastian Vettel as the four-time Formula 1 world champion struggles to find speed in the SF1000

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Ferrari: It is our "duty" to support struggling Vettel - Autosport

Ferrari sporting director Laurent Mekies says it's the team's "duty" to support Sebastian Vettel as the four-time Formula 1 world champion struggles to find speed in the SF1000

Read more: Ferrari: It is our "duty" to support struggling Vettel - Autosport

‘Of course Wolff is defending Racing Point’ - PlanetF1

Guenther Steiner has called into question Mercedes' part in the Racing Point controversy after the Brackley squad gave its customer data "which is not allowed".

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