Tickets for 2020’s Formula 1 pre-season testing sessions at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya have gone on sale.
The Formula One team just announced the following statement about the Miami Grand Prix.
The following interview questions where asked the podium drivers after the race. Below you will find the full transcript.
Lewis Hamilton gets a 5 second time penalty for his move on Alexander Albon. Lewis Hamilton responded directly after the race that it was his mistake. Only after the ceremony passed the stewards made their decision. This means Carlos Sainz received the 3rd price.
Max Verstappen had to pass Lewis Hamilton twice this race but he was able to take his third victory of 2019. Gasly was able to take second place after the second safety car. Lewis Hamilton is in third place but still under investigation for his collision with Albon.
Richard Verschoor struggled to sum up his excitement in the aftermath of the 66th Macau Grand Prix. The Dutchman, who finished 13th in the FIA Formula 3 Championship, had emerged as an unexpected, but willing challenger over the course of the four-day event.
Ferrari insists that it has changed “nothing” on its engine as a result of the latest Formula 1 technical directives over engine rules, despite rivals suspecting its straight-line speed advantage has been reduced.
Sebastian Vettel lost out on pole position in Brazil by just 0.123s to Red Bull’s Max Verstappen. Afterwards he admitted to being rather taken aback by his rival’s straight-line speed, especially as Ferrari has been the dominant force in this department of late.
12 months ago, Red Bull’s Max Verstappen was looking good for the win in Brazil, only to tangle with then Racing Point driver Esteban Ocon while lapping the Frenchman. A post-race pushing match, war of words and some ‘community service’ followed, but a year on, Verstappen says there’s no lingering anger over the episode – and has even pointed the finger of blame cheekily at his father Jos…
Max Verstappen delights Team Principal Christian Horner with a 46th birthday gift of pole position, the second pole of his career.His Aston Martin Red Bull Racing team-mate Alexander Albon will start sixth, followed by Scuderia Toro Rosso duo Daniil Kvyat and Pierre Gasly seventh and 16th respectively.