Albon needs winter to get back to 100% fitness after Monza illness – Motorsport.com

Williams driver Albon fell ill on the Saturday of the Italian Grand Prix, requiring immediate surgery for appendicitis before complications led to respiratory failure. He was ultimately discharged a few days later and returned to racing at the Singapore Grand Prix.
Albon said in Singapore that he was “fit as I can be” and pain-free to return, albeit at one of the most physically-challenging …Keep reading

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Ricciardo sometimes “a little too lost” in McLaren F1 difficulties in 2022 – Autosport.com – Formula 1 – Stories

The Australian parted ways with McLaren after the recent Abu Dhabi Grand Prix off the back of two tough Formula 1 seasons as a McLaren driver.
While there was one significant highlight, Ricciardo’s victory at Monza in 2021, he was for the most part out-paced by team-mate Lando Norris.
That ultimately led to what was meant to be a three-year deal being terminated early as McLaren moved to …Keep reading

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Ricciardo sometimes “a little too lost” in McLaren F1 difficulties in 2022 – Autosport.com – Formula 1 – Stories

The Australian parted ways with McLaren after the recent Abu Dhabi Grand Prix off the back of two tough Formula 1 seasons as a McLaren driver.
While there was one significant highlight, Ricciardo’s victory at Monza in 2021, he was for the most part out-paced by team-mate Lando Norris.
That ultimately led to what was meant to be a three-year deal being terminated early as McLaren moved to …Keep reading

Read more: Ricciardo sometimes “a little too lost” in McLaren F1 difficulties in 2022 – Autosport.com – Formula 1 – Stories

Inside Aston Martin’s new £200m ‘game changer’ F1 factory – Motorsport.com

For its first year as Aston Martin after the rebranding of Racing Point, four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel arrived for the final two seasons of his F1 career. For 2023, his seat will be taken by Fernando Alonso, another all-time great who ditched Alpine in favour of Aston Martin.
Engineering talent has arrived from throughout the grid, bolstering a team that, after years of punching …Keep reading

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Inside Aston Martin’s new £200m ‘game changer’ F1 factory – Autosport.com – Formula 1 – Stories

For its first year as Aston Martin after the rebranding of Racing Point, four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel arrived for the final two seasons of his F1 career. For 2023, his seat will be taken by Fernando Alonso, another all-time great who ditched Alpine in favour of Aston Martin.
PLUS: Where Vettel stands in the list of the greatest F1 drivers
Engineering talent has arrived from …Keep reading

Read more: Inside Aston Martin’s new £200m ‘game changer’ F1 factory – Autosport.com – Formula 1 – Stories

Inside Aston Martin’s new £200m ‘game changer’ F1 factory – Autosport.com – Formula 1 – Stories

For its first year as Aston Martin after the rebranding of Racing Point, four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel arrived for the final two seasons of his F1 career. For 2023, his seat will be taken by Fernando Alonso, another all-time great who ditched Alpine in favour of Aston Martin.
PLUS: Where Vettel stands in the list of the greatest F1 drivers
Engineering talent has arrived from …Keep reading

Read more: Inside Aston Martin’s new £200m ‘game changer’ F1 factory – Autosport.com – Formula 1 – Stories