Mercedes’ “chainsaw” resolution as Leclerc offers Ferrari “coronary heart assault” – GPFans F1 Recap

Toto Wolff has proposed Mercedes will “acquire a chainsaw” to its W13 for Sunday’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix in a bid to rectify the car’s difficulties.Read through additional…

Leclerc reveals joke that gave Ferrari very last-lap “coronary heart assault”

Charles Leclerc has stated how a ultimate lap sensible joke gave a “coronary heart assault” to some of his Ferrari workforce at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
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Hamilton guidelines Mercedes “has performed a much better position” than Pink Bull in new F1 period

Lewis Hamilton thinks Mercedes has “performed a much better position” than Pink Bull in planning its vehicle for the new period of F1 immediately after scoring a podium in his unfancied W13.
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Verstappen – “I have been angrier” immediately after Bahrain outburst

Max Verstappen claimed to “have been angrier” immediately after contacting out his Pink Bull workforce for a ‘lack of aggression’ with its system all through the F1 period-opening Bahrain Grand Prix.
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Bottas specifics Bahrain GP get started challenge that remaining him “a sitting down duck”

Valtteri Bottas has conceded he was remaining “a sitting down duck” by a strike-and-overlook mechanical challenge that ruined the get started of his Bahrain Grand Prix.
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Hamilton breaks still additional F1 documents as Ferrari discomfort finishes

Charles Leclerc triumphed for Ferrari immediately after an enthralling Bahrain Grand Prix that noticed drama to the pretty stop as F1 returned to motion to commence the 2022 period. GPFans delivers you all the finest stats and info from the weekend.
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Ferrari faultless as Pink Bull falter in Bahrain – GPFans Stewards’ Home Podcast

The most up-to-date version of the GPFans Stewards’ Home podcast is in this article with the workforce speaking about all the motion from the Bahrain Grand Prix.

GPFans editor-in-main Ian Parkes, deputy editor Sam Corridor and F1 correspondent Ewan Gale sign up for Oliver Wilson for this week’s roundtable.

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