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Verstappen told Norris will 'surprise' star at Red Bull as rumours persist

Former Le Mans winner Richard Bradley has suggested that Lando Norris could ‘surprise’ Max Verstappen should the two link up as team-mates at Red Bull. The 24-year-old Brit has been heavily linked with a switch to the Milton Keynes-based team for either the 2025 or 2026 seasons. Norris is currently contracted with McLaren until the end of 2025, although there is likely to be some interest in his services one

Toto Wolff teases 'interesting' Mercedes 2024 changes in Red Bull hint

Toto Wolff has teased some mysterious Mercedes changes ahead of the 2024 season. The Austrian believes the team have come up with some ‘interesting’ ideas that have not previously featured on their cars. Mercedes are desperate to catch Red Bull after another dominant year for Max Verstappen. Star driver Lewis Hamilton has already cast doubts over being able to defeat Red Bull in 2024. But team principal Wolff is more

Verstappen calls Daniel Ricciardo a 'terrorist' after racing at karting event

Max Verstappen said that Daniel Ricciardo transformed into a “terrorist” during a karting event at the 2023 edition of Honda Thanks Day. The AlphaTauri driver deliberately spun the reigning world champion around during the race after cutting a corner to catch up to him. During the karting segment of the event, Ricciardo made a beeline for his former team-mate, deliberately sending him into a spin with a nudge from behind

Verstappen holds talks with Alonso and discusses plan to become team-mates

Max Verstappen wins third consecutive Formula One world championship Max Verstappen has revealed that he recently held talks with Fernando Alonso about teaming up together for the upcoming 24hrs of LeMans race. The FIA World Endurance Championship event runs from June 15-June 16 next year – a week before the Spanish Grand Prix. Many F1 drivers have expressed their interest in taking part in the event although no one has officially signed

Ferrari president gives major insight into Leclerc and Sainz contract talks

Ferrari president John Elkann claims it is ‘certain’ that Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz will both sign new contracts keeping them with the Prancing Horse beyond the end of the 2024 campaign. According to an X social media post from Italian F1 journalist Guiliano Duchessa, Elkann was quoted as saying: “Leclerc and Sainz will certainly stay at Ferrari.” While no new deals have been announced thus far, it is clear

Lewis Hamilton makes eye-opening retirement comment after another tough season

Lewis Hamilton has admitted that it’s possible that his eventual retirement from F1 could come abruptly, although he has insisted that he still has a love for driving racing cars. The seven-time world champion will turn 39 before the 2024 season gets underway. This has been one of the toughest seasons of Hamilton’s stellar career, but despite the constant frustration with the inconsistent balance and performance of the W14, the

Lewis Hamilton gives concerning Red Bull car theory that impacts 2024 prediction

Mercedes star Lewis Hamilton expressed concern over the potential strength of Red Bull in the 2024 Formula 1 season after Max Verstappen won the season finale at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The seven-time world champion suggested Red Bull have been able to get a head start on next season’s car since August thanks to their dominance in 2023.  The 2023 season was dominated by Verstappen. He began with victory at the

Fernando Alonso cracks Max Verstappen joke as F1 champ skips Red Bull duties

Fernando Alonso joked that he would beat Max Verstappen in a DTM car after the Dutchman’s victory at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Verstappen cruised to his fifth straight victory at the Yas Marina Circuit to end his season on a high, while Alonso came home in seventh place to pick up a welcome haul of points. The next task for Alonso will be on Tuesday when he takes part in

REVEALED: Every record Max Verstappen broke in history-making season

REVEALED: Every record Max Verstappen broke during F1 world champion’s history-making season Max Verstappen has spent the 2023 season rewriting Formula 1’s history books  The three-time world champion has been a class apart – and broke 18 records  READ: Verstappen coasted to victory in Abu Dhabi to cap off dominant title win Even to the most casual observer of Formula One throughout the 2023 season, it was obvious to see

George Russell caught mocking Max Verstappen as Red Bull star quizzed on future

George Russell made his feelings perfectly clear about Max Verstappen’s motivation behind staying in Formula 1 for the foreseeable future after mocking the Red Bull star with a cheeky gesture. The Briton finished on the podium behind Charles Leclerc and race winner Verstappen at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, and the Mercedes driver poked fun at his friendly rival after the race on Sunday. The 25-year-old scored only his second