Monday, October 18, 2021

Rosberg: ‘Talent-wise, Hamilton the best of all-time’ - PlanetF1

Rating his ex-Mercedes team-mates on pure talent, Nico Rosberg puts Lewis Hamilton ahead of Michael Schumacher.

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Former Renault F1 engine boss Taffin joins ORECA as technical director - Autosport.com - WEC - Stories

The 46-year-old left Renault's Alpine F1 team where he was powertrain technical director in June and will start his new role at ORECA overseeing its projects at its Signes headquarters near Paul Ricard and its satellite operation at Magny-Cours in December.
He will oversee both ORECA's chassis operations, which include the production of the benchmark 07 LMP2 prototype, and its engine ...Keep reading

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Ex Renault F1 engine boss Taffin joins Oreca as technical director - Motorsport.com - WEC - Stories

The 46-year-old left Renault's Alpine F1 team where he was powertrain technical director in June and will start his new role at Oreca overseeing its projects at its Signes headquarters near Paul Ricard and its satellite operation at Magny-Cours in December.
He will oversee both Oreca's chassis operations, which include the production of the benchmark 07 LMP2 prototype, and its engine ...Keep reading

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Petronas committed to Mercedes F1 team, Aramco rumours dismissed - Motorsport.com - WEC - Stories

The Malaysian oil giant has been a sponsor and technical partner of Mercedes since the German car manufacturer’s F1 return in 2010.
Its logos have appeared prominently on the Mercedes cars ever since, and its fuel and oils have played a critical role in helping the team deliver seven consecutive F1 championship doubles.
The deal between Mercedes and Petronas has been extended several ...Keep reading

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Petronas remains committed to Mercedes F1 team, Aramco rumours dismissed - Autosport.com - WEC - Stories

The Malaysian oil giant has been a sponsor and technical partner of Mercedes since the German manufacturer’s F1 return in 2010.
Its logos have appeared prominently on the Mercedes cars ever since, and its fuel and oils have played a critical role in helping the team deliver seven consecutive F1 championship doubles.
The deal between Mercedes and Petronas has been extended several times ...Keep reading

Read more: Petronas remains committed to Mercedes F1 team, Aramco rumours dismissed - Autosport.com - WEC - Stories

Petronas remains committed to Mercedes F1 team, Aramco rumours dismissed - Autosport.com - WEC - Stories

The Malaysian oil giant has been a sponsor and technical partner of Mercedes since the German manufacturer’s F1 return in 2010.
Its logos have appeared prominently on the Mercedes cars ever since, and its fuel and oils have played a critical role in helping the team deliver seven consecutive F1 championship doubles.
The deal between Mercedes and Petronas has been extended several times ...Keep reading

Read more: Petronas remains committed to Mercedes F1 team, Aramco rumours dismissed - Autosport.com - WEC - Stories

Wolff: F1 has ‘little to gain, a lot to risk’ with sprint format - PlanetF1

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff believes that the current sprint qualifying format does not correctly balance risk and reward.

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