Ferrari’s fell swoop and Brown’s Verstappen pot shot – RacingNews Review


Ferrari has once again raided Mercedes to secure two new high-profile signings.

Following the high-profile capture of seven-time Formula 1 drivers' champion Lewis Hamilton earlier this year, Ferrari have now nabbed Loic Serra and Jerome d'Ambrosio.

Read more: Ferrari raids Mercedes to secure two new key signings

Brawn in stunning Verstappen-Red Bull claim

Zak Brown has said he does not believe Max Verstappen will be able to win the Formula 1 drivers' titles in any car other than the dominant Red Bull.

The McLaren Racing CEO feels the triple world champion is one of the few drivers in the series capable of taking crowns, but needs to fine-tune the car in order to do so.

Read more: Brawn on stunning Verstappen-Red Bull claim

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Haas retaliates in a bitter legal dispute with Steiner.

Guenther Steiner has been sued by Haas Automation in what appears to be a backlash after the former team principal launched his own legal action.

It recently emerged that Steiner has taken legal action against his former team, demanding unpaid commissions between 2021 and 2023, as well as the use of his image in promotional materials and merchandise. Steiner alleged that Haas violated his employment agreement.

Read more: Haas takes revenge in bitter legal dispute with Steiner

Ricciardo offers an unexpected answer to his Formula 1 career query

Daniel Ricciardo has detailed two of the highlights of his career that he considers to be his proudest in Formula 1.

The Australian is an eight-time Grand Prix winner, taking seven of those victories during his five-year stint with Red Bull between 2014 and 2018.

Read more: Ricciardo gives unlikely answer to Formula 1 career query

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'More factors involved' in Audi choice than father-Sainz alliance

Carlos Sainz has stated that there are “more factors” when it comes to considering a move to Audi other than his father's alliance with the German manufacturer.

Carlos Sainz Sr. is an Audi Dakar Rally driver and took his first win in the competition earlier this year. Join the team in 2022.

Read more: 'More factors involved' in Audi choice than father-Sainz alliance

Newey insists he is “enjoying the organizational changes” despite Horner's ambivalence

Adrian Newey will leave Red Bull before Formula 1 enters a new era of regulation in 2026, despite saying he is “enjoying the regulatory changes”.

The 65-year-old's next steps are not yet known. He will leave the Milton Keynes team in early 2025, where he has been since 2006, and will no longer work on Red Bull's Formula 1 development programme, instead focusing his attention on the RB17 hypercar.

Read more: Newey insists he is 'enjoying organizational changes' despite Horner's ambivalence



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