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Red Bull Racing needs 2018 title bid to keep Daniel Ricciardo

Daniel Ricciardo has said that Red Bull Racing will have to make a big step forward in performance in 2018 to convince him to stay after his current contract with the team ends. Ricciardo made his Formula 1 debut in 2011 for HRT before being placed at Toro Rosso for 2012 and 2013. After impressing at Red Bull's junior team and following the retirement of Mark Webber, the Australian was promoted to a race seat at the senior team for 2014 and remains committed to the team until the end of next...

Read 2 months ago, Grand Prix Times, Red Bull Racing

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Sauber set to reveal 2018 line-up amid Alfa Romeo rumours

Sauber set to reveal 2018 line-up amid Alfa Romeo rumours

With the Swiss outfit keen to forge closer ties with its Maranello-based partner, it has been clear for some time that it would hand one of its race seats to F2 champion and Ferrari protege Charles Leclerc.However,...

Read 1 day ago, Motorsport.com, Sauber

Six reasons why Williams should sign Kubica

Six reasons why Williams should sign Kubica

Who would you choose from Daniil Kvyat, Robert Kubica or Paul di Resta if you had the choice for Williams in 2018?Tim Such, via TwitterI would have no reservations about immediately picking Robert Kubica....

Read 1 day ago, Motorsport.com, Williams

Video: How Ferrari upgrades helped it win again

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In this latest clip from Motorsport.tv's weekly programme The Flying Lap, Peter Windsor and technical analyst Craig Scarborough look into the key changes."The big updates over the past few races certainly...

Read 1 day ago, Motorsport.com, Ferrari

Last dance for Honda and McLaren in F1 – What are your abiding memories?

Last dance for Honda and McLaren in F1 – What are your abiding memories?

Abu Dhabi this weekend marks the final outing for the ill fated McLaren-Honda partnership after three seasons. It is a momentous date for the Japanese manufacturer as it marks their 400th Grand Prix start...

Read 1 day ago, James Allen on F1, McLaren

Renault admits having to sacrifice pace "bitter"

Renault admits having to sacrifice pace "bitter"

Renault has suffered a series of failures in recent races, with Renault-powered Toro Rosso duo Pierre Gasly and Brendon Hartley taking grid penalties for this weekend's race in Brazil.As a result, Renault...

Read 1 day ago, Motorsport.com, Renault