Andretti make major signing and McLaren unveil Senna-inspired livery – RacingNews365 Review

Andretti has confirmed the signing of former Formula 1 technical director Pat Symonds, whose departure from the parent organization was revealed earlier today.

He will join Andretti at its new base at Silverstone as executive engineering consultant, following a period of gardening sabbatical.

Read more: Andretti issues a strong blow to Formula 1 with the new technical director

McLaren unveils stunning Senna livery for Monaco GP

The McLaren Formula 1 team has unveiled a distinctive new livery for the Monaco Grand Prix weekend.

The new color scheme pays tribute to three-time world champion Ayrton Senna, who celebrates his 30th anniversary this year.

Read more: McLaren unveils stunning Senna livery for Monaco GP

Hill delivers brutal judgment on Verstappen after Imola win

Max Verstappen has been hailed as simply “better than the rest” by 1996 world champion Damon Hill, following his hard-fought victory in the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix.

Red Bull was not the usual dominant force at Imola, with Verstappen using all his skills to claim a victory that was in many ways unexpected.

Read more: Hill delivers brutal verdict on Verstappen after Imola win

Wolff admits guilt in Antonelli F1 hype

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has admitted that the Silver Arrows are “guilty” of joining the Andrea Kimi Antonelli train, as Italy in particular has done.

The Mercedes rookie driver has been dubbed by many as the greatest talent since Max Verstappen and is seen as the favorite to take Lewis Hamilton's seat next season.

Read more: Wolff admits guilt in Antonelli F1 hype

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Report: Monza is doing everything it can to preserve the GP with a major multi-million dollar rebuild

Italy currently has two major prizes on the F1 calendar. A huge stroke of luck in a world where many countries struggle hard to host a single GP in the country.

However, it is becoming increasingly likely that either Monza or Imola will soon lose their place on the Formula 1 calendar, and so Monza has decided to give the circuit a major upgrade.

Read more: Report: Monza doing all it can to preserve GP with major multi-million dollar rebuild

Horner left astonished by Newey's strange discovery

Former Formula 1 team boss Eddie Jordan has revealed Christian Horner's reaction when he learned of his involvement in Adrian Newey's departure from the team.

Red Bull confirmed earlier this month that Newey, widely regarded as one of Formula 1's greatest ever car designers, will exit the company in early 2025, bringing an end to his highly successful tenure with the team.

Read more: Horner left stunned by Newey's strange discovery


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