Horner plots route to glory as Mercedes struggles explained – RacingNews365 Review


Christian Horner has plotted a “clear route” for Red Bull to follow after the recent tumultuous period for the team.

The Team Principal and CEO was placed under investigation in early February after allegations of improper behaviour towards a female employee, which he denied.

READ MORE: Horner plots ‘clear Red Bull route’ following saga

Mercedes explains why it is struggling in fast corners

Mercedes has given an explanation as to why it was struggling so much in the high-speed corners at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.

Throughout the Jeddah weekend, Lewis Hamilton complained that he was suffering from a lack of rear-stability in the W15 through the fast, flowing Sector 1, with the Mercedes visibly slower in the section compared to the Red Bull, Ferrari and McLaren cars.

READ MORE: Mercedes explains why it is struggling in fast corners


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Massa to attend São Paulo E-Prix despite lawsuit against FIA

Ex-Formula 1 driver Felipe Massa will attend this weekend’s São Paulo E-Prix, despite it being confirmed on Monday that he’s filed a lawsuit against the FIA, Formula One Management (FOM) and ex-F1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone.

Two-time World Champion Emerson Fittipaldi and Rubens Barrichello will also be in attendance.

READ MORE: Massa to attend São Paulo E-Prix despite lawsuit against FIA

The text and hug from two F1 legends that made Ferrari debut extra special for Bearman

Oliver Bearman has revealed he received a text from four-time F1 world champion Sebastian Vettel before taking part in his maiden Formula 1 Grand Prix, and then a hug after from Lewis Hamilton.

Bearman was called up by the Italian outfit after full-time driver Carlos Sainz was diagnosed with appendicitis.

READ MORE: The text and hug from two F1 legends that made Ferrari debut extra special for Bearman

‘F1 will not change the world with its values’ – Verstappen

Max Verstappen has addressed concerns around so-called sportswashing in Saudi Arabia, believing that “we are not going to change the world as a sport.”

Saudi Arabia has become a key player in global sport over recent years, with critics believing it is being used to cover-up abuses of human rights in the country and to promote a better image.

READ: ‘F1 will not change the world with its values’ – Verstappen

Wolff opens up on loss of key Mercedes ally

Mercedes Team Principal Toto Wolff has responded to the pending departure of another major ally at his squad.

RacingNews365 revealed earlier this month that Jerome D’Ambrosio will leave Mercedes to join rivals Ferrari.

READ MORE: Wolff opens up on loss of key Mercedes ally

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