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Formula 1 has started a competition to select a tire fitter for the 2025 season and beyond. Italy's Pirelli has been the exclusive tire supplier since the 2011 season, when the tire war ended and F1 decided that all teams must use tires from the same manufacturer. Of course, Pirelli is ready to continue with the supply of tires, although they have not yet applied for the current tender, but it seems that they could get a serious competitor in the competition this time, as the Japanese tire manufacturer Bridgestone is said to be very interested in returning to F1. The competition, which started on March 20 this year, will give the tire manufacturer a contract for three seasons from 2025 to 2027, with the option of extending to 2028, and the chosen outfitter will also have to supply tires to Formula 2 and Formula 3, as is the case now.
Fernando Alonso has said that Lewis Hamilton has always had certain weaknesses, which we did not see while he was sitting in a dominant car. He also said about the Briton that he is obviously getting old, as he has a short memory. Alonso finished on the podium in both races this year, while Hamilton has gone more than 480 days without a win, the longest streak of his career. Asked by journalists about Hamilton, Alonso replied that his former teammate has weaknesses that are visible now that he does not have the best racing car. "When he's driving a normal race car, you can see he has weaknesses," Alonso, 41, said. "Before, he drove far ahead of everyone or together with his teammate. But look, he holds the record for the most pole positions won, and this year he was beaten both times in qualifying
Lewis Hamilton said after Friday's F1 practice for the Australian Grand Prix that the set-up changes made during practice did not work, as the car was less drivable in the afternoon. After the Briton lost to team-mate George Russell at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, he took a jab at his younger colleague, saying he got lucky with the car's settings, as his similar parameters didn't pay off. the seven-time world champion finished the first practice in second place behind Max Verstappen, and in the second practice, before the rain, otherwise on hard tires, he only set the thirteenth time. "It was good in the morning, but not in the afternoon," summed up the Mercedes racer. "The car was similar to the first two races, except that in the morning it felt a little better. Before the second one
Max Verstappen also started the race weekend in Australia with the fastest time in the first free practice, which took place in cloudy weather. The Red Bull driver was the only one to complete a sub-minute 19-second lap at Albert Park, clocking 1:18.790, 0.433 seconds faster than second-placed Lewis Hamilton and half a second ahead of team-mate Sergio Perez. It should be noted here that Verstappen set his lap on soft tires and Perez on medium-soft tires. FP1 results: #DirkačTeamTimeDifferenceLaps11Max VerstappenRED BULL RACING HONDA RBPT1:18.79017244Lewis HamiltonMERCEDES1:19.223+0.433s20311Sergio PerezRED BULL RACING HONDA RBPT1:19.293+0.503s19414Fernando AlonsoASTON MARTIN ARAMCO MERCEDES1:19.317+0.527s23516 Charles Leclerc ARI1
The FIA has mandated wider starting positions ahead of the Australian Grand Prix after Esteban Ocon and Fernando Alonso were penalized for incorrect starting positions in the previous two races. This year, the starting places were already wider by 20 cm compared to last year, when the racers had to drive their cars into a marked place 2.3 meters wide. In Bahrain and Jeddah, the starting points were 2.5 meters wide, which was obviously not enough, so now they will be three meters wide, and in Melbourne, a leading white line will be added on a trial basis in some places, which will then become permanent. if she does well in Friday's tests. The president of the racing association, George Russell, said that in the future, some common sense will be needed in the case of potential offences. "I understand why the rules are written, t
The FIA has banned F1 team mechanics from celebrating victories by climbing the fence that separates the track and the garages. The gesture by the mechanics of the winning driver, or the drivers who placed on the podium, has been a common thing for many years, although the rules have basically prohibited it since 2006. The team is following the mentioned rule before the race for the Australian Grand Prix, which will be held this weekend in Melbourne, race director Niels Wittich recalled, and the mechanics could collect a penalty for the team with this kind of celebration, most likely in the form of a fine.
Red Bull is said to be very interested in the services of Briton Lando Norris, who according to some rumors could soon take over the role of Sergio Perez as Max Verstappen's teammate. In the team of the Austrian manufacturer of energy drinks, relations between the two racers are said to be becoming more and more tense, as Perez is not ready to give up the possibility of fighting for the title of world champion. Running a team with two hot-headed drivers can be difficult, something Red Bull is well aware of, and Verstappen and Norris, at least for now, have a very friendly relationship. Red Bull has offered Norris the opportunity to transfer several times, but the young Brit refused and promised his future to the McLaren team until the end of 2026. But the Woking team has completely lost touch with the best of the rest this year, which Norris would
At the end of this season, the Mercedes team could dismiss seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton, who demands a high price of 35 million euros per season for his services. The Briton, who is the second highest-paid driver in F1 after the current two-time world champion Max Verstappen, is out of contract at the end of the season anyway, and Mercedes is not doing well for the second season in a row, and especially Hamilton, who is still racing this year, has problems with the W14 car. he did not finish higher than fifth, while his teammate George Russell, who earns "only" 8 million euros, was fourth in the last race. Tensions between Hamilton and the team appeared to have surfaced after the first race of the season in Bahrain, when the Briton said the team had not taken his advice in developing this year's races
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