Wolff in Verstappen declaration as Ricciardo struggles revealed – RacingNews365 Review

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Wolff on Verstappen to Red Bull

Toto Wolff has a seat he needs to fill at Mercedes for 2025, and Max Verstappen is one name that has been linked to the vacancy.

Verstappen’s future at Red Bull was uncertain around the time of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, as he hinted that if Helmut Marko left the team, he would consider doing so as well as Red Bull dealt with the ongoing power struggle within the team and the Christian Horner allegations, which he denied.

Verstappen appeared to hint that his future remained at Red Bull until his contract expires in 2028 in Australia, but Wolff has insisted that a link-up with the Dutchman “needs to happen.”

READ MORE: Wolff on Verstappen to Mercedes: ‘A relationship that needs to happen

Ricciardo’s McLaren struggles revealed

Daniel Ricciardo left McLaren after two seasons at the end of 2022, following poor performance which he could not dig himself out of and re-capture the form he showed at Red Bull or Renault.

He was race-engineered at McLaren by Tom Stallard, a veteran who has worked with Fernando Alonso, Stoffel Vandoorne and Carlos Sainz.

Stallard has revealed his thinking at the time Ricciardo was released by McLaren in favour of Oscar Piastri.

READ MORE: Fresh details emerge over Ricciardo’s McLaren exit

Nyck de Vries exclusive interview!

Nick Golding caught up with Nyck de Vries at the recent Sao Paulo E-Prix, where the Mahindra driver recorded a 15th-place finish.

De Vries is now nearly a year on from his axing by what was then the AlphaTauri Formula 1 team and has spoken candidly of his time in Grand Prix racing and rebuilding his career after being let go after the 2023 British Grand Prix.

Check out the exclusive interview below!

READ MORE: Exclusive: De Vries on life after F1 and responding to critics

Vettel to Le Mans

Sebastian Vettel has taken part in a Le Mans preparation test for Porsche Penske at Aragon in Spain.

The four-time F1 World Champion has not raced since his retirement after the 2022 season, although was notably in the paddock in 2023 in Japan to launch a nature project at Suzuka.

No official programme beyond the hypercar test has been announced by Vettel, but would you like to see the 53-time Grand Prix winner head to Le Mans to take on the twice-around-the-clock enduro?

Let us know by voting in the poll below!

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