Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Marko: Loss of "constant companion" Lauda hard to take - Motorsport.com

Lauda, who was Mercedes’ non-executive chairman, passed away on Monday night aged 70, after battling health issues for almost a year.
Red Bull motorsport advisor Marko says he first met his fellow Austrian “around 1968” and the two followed each closely through their racing careers and later when they moved into non-driving roles.
“I knew he was not in a good condition, but still ...Keep reading

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Marko: F1's exceptional Niki Lauda was 'constant companion' to me - Autosport

Helmut Marko says the death of his "constant companion" three-time Formula 1 champion Niki Lauda is made "all the more painful" by their close friendship

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Marko: F1's exceptional Niki Lauda was 'constant companion' to me - Autosport

Helmut Marko says the death of his "constant companion" three-time Formula 1 champion Niki Lauda is made "all the more painful" by their close friendship

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Kimi: Who cares about 300, I want points - PlanetF1

Kimi Raikkonen isn't fazed about hitting a F1 milestone in Monaco, rather he is "more interested" in the performance of his C38 and scoring points.

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‘STR reassuring me and giving me confidence’ - PlanetF1

His first official outing in a F1 car began with a spin, however, since then Alexander Albon has been one of the revelations of this season - and he thanks Toro Rosso for that.

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Brown: No plans to step back despite Seidl arrival - Motorsport.com

Seidl, who used to head Porsche's efforts in WEC, joined McLaren earlier this month and had his first race in his new role at the Spanish Grand Prix.
But while Seidl has been given responsibility for running the racing team, Brown says that does not mean that he will be lessening his own involvement in the outfit.
"No, no, no, I definitely don't take a step back," said Brown, when asked by ...Keep reading

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Williams rethinks “critical” view of W Series | W Series - RaceFans

Williams team principal Claire Williams admits she has revised her view of all-women junior single-seater formula W Series having visited the first round of the championship in Hockenheim.

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