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Horner warned over conduct as "lion" Hamilton awakened - GPFans F1 Recap

Horner warned over conduct as "lion" Hamilton awakened - GPFans F1 Recap

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Horner warned over conduct as "lion" Hamilton awakened - GPFans F1 Recap

Horner warned over conduct as "lion" Hamilton awakened - GPFans F1 Recap
GPFans Staff

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has apologised for his outburst ahead of the Qatar Grand Prix in which volunteer marshals appeared to be targeted.Read more…

Hamilton woken up by Brazil controversy - Wolff

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff believes the controversial weekend at Interlagos "woke up the lion" in Lewis Hamilton after the Briton took his second victory in a row in Qatar. Read more…

Pirelli hint tyre failures caused by kerbs and team strategy

Pirelli F1 boss Mario Isola has hinted a mix of the ferocity of Losail's kerbs and teams running stints to the limit were behind the quartet of tyre failures at the Qatar Grand Prix. Read more...

Mercedes aware it was 'pushing tyres to limit' before puncture - Bottas

Valtteri Bottas has conceded Mercedes "knew we were pushing it to the limit" before his left-front tyre failed and forced his retirement from the Qatar Grand Prix. Read more...

Why "scared" Ferrari failed to maximise Qatar potential

Carlos Sainz believes Ferrari entering the Qatar Grand Prix "scared" contributed to the team failing to maximise its potential result. Read more…

Alonso ends seven-year podium wait with "unbelievable" Qatar P3

Fernando Alonso "finally" ended a seven-year wait and returned to the podium with a superb P3 at the Qatar Grand Prix. Read more…

Verstappen 'keeps championship exciting' with penalty recovery

Max Verstappen quipped his recovery drive to second in the Qatar Grand Prix "keeps it exciting" after seeing his F1 championship lead cut to just eight points. Read more...

F1 "spotlight" leaves Qatar with "no excuse" to change - Domenicali

F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali believes Qatar has "no excuse" not to change under the spotlight provided by Formula 1. Read more…

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