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10:45 a.m

Mike Krak: Loyalty to Alonso can also be a danger

In an interview with the BBC, Aston Martin staff boss Mike Krak emphasised that purchasing Fernando Alonso till 2023 was “the appropriate transfer”. However, he additionally is aware of that this step includes a sure danger.

“The draw back is that it’ll be troublesome if we do not have sufficient autos,” Krak mentioned, admitting, “It’s going to be troublesome for us.” Because Alonso has sure necessities for the staff.

“But if the automobile will not be quick sufficient, will probably be troublesome for each driver,” emphasizes Krak. Alonso was undoubtedly the “excellent candidate” for Aston Martin and they are going to be “open and clear”.

“He might be certain we’ll give it our all and take heed to him,” Krack guarantees. Let’s see if that is sufficient…


10:20

Binotto: Equal alternative for Sainz and Leclerc

In the aforementioned interview, Ferrari boss John Elkann claimed, amongst different issues, that “Charles Leclerc is on pole” to grow to be the following Ferrari champion. Does this imply Carlos Sainz is an inside #2?

“No, it is not like that,” defined Mattia Binotto. Elkann has steered that Leclerc is “sooner than Carlos” this yr and has extra poles, the staff principal suspects.

Both drivers have aspirations to grow to be world champions. “Carlos is a robust racer. He proved that final yr,” mentioned Binotto, hinting that each drivers had an equal likelihood.

In this season’s inner Ferrari qualifying battle, Leclerc has a 12: 4 lead over Sainz. In the race struggle, nonetheless, solely 8:7 from the Monegasque standpoint.


09:59

Speaking of Montoya…

The Colombian’s Formula 1 profession then got here to an inauspicious finish as McLaren fired him for the 2006 season. But Montoya was by no means thought of a “gentle character”.

For instance, the story of Helmut Marko, who as soon as labored with younger Montoya in Austria, is great: “Four days later, he gave me a score of all McDonald’s branches. I did not even know there have been so many McDonald’s in Graz. !”

“I’ve by no means seen such a lazy driver by way of health,” remembers Marco, including, “He by no means ate greens or salad, he solely had burgers.” So Marco got here up with one thing to work on Montoya’s health.

You can learn what occurred right here!


09:41

Best needs!

Congratulations to Juan Pablo Montoya who turned 47 as we speak. The Colombian athlete received seven instances in Formula 1 between 2001 and 2006 and was third on the planet championship twice.

However, he by no means managed to realize a massive hit within the premier class – however in America, he received the Indy 500 twice, in 2000 and 2015.

In Formula 1, his fights with Michael Schumacher have been a frequent matter of dialog. So we’re utilizing his birthday to unbox this well-known video once more:


09:18

The case of Masepin v. Haas

A couple of months in the past, Nikita Masepin filed a lawsuit in opposition to his former staff, Haas. Now there may be a small replace. Masepin advised the Russian TASS information company that the court docket was “accepted”.

Haas now has 30 days to reply to the allegations. “In the close to future, we are going to know precisely when and the place the hearings might be held,” mentioned Masepin, who desires to go to court docket for his wage arrears.

Of course, we are going to monitor this case.


8:59

Anger at Verstappen’s sponsor

The Dutch grocery store chain Jumbo has been a sponsor of Max Verstappen for a number of years, in addition to different Dutch racing drivers. Now the top of the corporate is accused of cash laundering, there was a raid a few days in the past.

Verstappen’s supervisor Raymond Vermeulen famous in Dutch journal AD that he’s “involved” with Jumbo. “We have an settlement with Jumbo. And the grocery store will not be a part of the investigation,” explains Vermeulen, so we are going to wait and see.

More details about the entire occasion might be discovered right here!


8:40 a.m

Public help…

… As is well-known, Binotto not too long ago acquired a little bit of flack from Ferrari boss John Elkann. He himself emphasizes that supporting statements don’t play a massive position for him. Because the help was already there.

“Me and the staff know that now we have the total help of our chairman, so we do not need an article or an interview to know that,” explains Binoto, who’s in common contact with Elkann.

So you do not have to fret about it anyway, he explains. “But in fact it is nice to see an interview like this as a result of it confirms what we already knew,” Binotto mentioned.


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