New AlphaTauri driver Nyck de Vries admits he struggled to cope with the pressure at times on his way to F1 and was “too scared” to face one team after a crash.
AlphaTauri will reveal their new livery for the 2023 season in an unveiling in New York City in the United States, the team have announced.
Ferrari has appointed its sixth different team principal in the space of 15 years. Some of its rivals have had the same leader the whole time, and only one has changed more often.
Pierre Gasly says that he would not change anything about his tenure at Red Bull as he departs AlphaTauri for Alpine.
Pirelli will conduct tests with teams over the winter using this year’s Formula 1 cars as it continues to develop new dry and wet-weather tyres.
Pierre Gasly said it’s best not to dwell on the narrow margin by which AlphaTauri lost eighth place to Haas in the constructors championship.
In the round-up: Hulkenberg felt some “human degradation” on F1 test return • Gasly impressed by Alpine • Perez says new Pirelli front tyres feel stronger
Pierre Gasly says AlphaTauri’s car has been up to 13 kilograms overweight for most of the season which is “like running with a backpack.”
Pierre Gasly expects Yuki Tsunoda will raise his game at AlphaTauri next year, having seen the progress his team mate has made this year.
Will Sergio Perez become the first Mexican driver to win his home grand prix? Will Alonso get his points back? Here are this weekend’s talking points.
AlphaTauri will complete the mandated handover of two practice sessions to inexperienced drivers this weekend as Liam Lawson returns.
Dietrich Mateschitz, the billionaire whose Red Bull energy drinks firm grew into one of the biggest sponsors in motorsport, has died aged 78
In the round-up: Stiff cars and bumpy track will make COTA a “big challenge” – Gasly • F1 Arcade to open in London • De Vries could see “limitations” of Mercedes ties
AlphaTauri are expecting “a lot” from Nyck de Vries in 2023, and believe his learning period for F1 “will be reduced to a couple of tests”
In the round-up: W Series aims to stay on F1 support bill with planned 2023 return • Red Bull juniors “need another year or two” • Schumacher’s hard work paying off
Red Bull have confirmed Pierre Gasly will leave AlphaTauri at the end of the season, one year earlier than planned. He will join Alpine in 2023.
Honda’s logos will reappear on Red Bull and AlphaTauri’s cars for the rest of 2022, starting with this weekend’s Japanese GP at Suzuka
In the round-up: Bottas impressed by Zhou’s lack of errors • Fluid loss impairs concentration in Singapore – Gasly • Mercedes “not far away” – Hamilton
Sergio Perez is concerned a further cut in maximum tyre blanket temperatures in Formula 1 next year could create “dangerous” situations.
Colton Herta is expected to take part in his second Formula 1 test later this year as Red Bull continue their efforts to place the IndyCar driver at their junior team next year.