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news from Friday, February 22, 2019

- Red Bull motorsport advisor Dr Helmut Marko believes Ferrari has stolen a march on its Formula 1 rivals at the first pre-season test but feels Red Bull are at a similar performance level to Mercedes.The Red Bull squad begins its new Honda power unit partnership this year, following the Japanese manufacturer’s successful maiden campaign with sister squad Toro Rosso, with Marko reporting no runni...

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- Pierre Gasly says Red Bull can be satisfied by progress at the opening Formula 1 pre-season test despite not threatening the outright quick lap times.The French driver notched up 238 laps over his two days in Red Bull’s first Honda-powered F1 car at the first pre-season test, with teammate Max Verstappen producing 237 laps, but neither opted for single-lap performance runs to leave the team th...

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- George Russell believes Williams can take solace from missing the majority of the opening Formula 1 pre-season test by looking back four years when Force India suffered a similar fate before recovering to have its strongest season.The F1 rookie completed 17 laps to add to his 23 laps from Wednesday during the Williams FW42’s test debut, with the team completing the lowest overall team total of j...

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- Combined lap time results from the first Formula 1 pre-season test at Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain.1. Nico Hulkenberg GER Renault F1 Team R.S.19 1m 17.393s (Day 4 New C5) 247 laps2. Alexander Albon THA Red Bull Toro Rosso Honda STR14 1m 17.637s (Day 4 New C5) 268 laps3. Daniil Kvyat RUS Red Bull Toro Rosso Honda STR14 1m 17.704s (Day 3 New C5) 214 laps...

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- McLaren has announced James Key will become its new technical director on March 25 after reaching an agreement with Toro Rosso.The British team revealed it had captured the signature of Key last July only to be refuted by Toro Rosso bosses who said the deal hadn’t been confirmed which triggered lengthy negotiations over the technical chief’s contract....

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- McLaren has announced James Key will become its new technical director on March 25 after reaching an agreement with Toro Rosso.The British team revealed it had captured the signature of Key last July only to be refuted by Toro Rosso bosses who said the deal hadn’t been confirmed which triggered lengthy negotiations over the technical chief’s contract....

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