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Lewis Hamilton British GP hopes boosted as another driver signs up for 2023 - GPFans F1 recap

Lewis Hamilton British GP hopes boosted as another driver signs up for 2023 - GPFans F1 recap

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Lewis Hamilton British GP hopes boosted as another driver signs up for 2023 - GPFans F1 recap

Lewis Hamilton British GP hopes boosted as another driver signs up for 2023 - GPFans F1 recap

Lewis Hamilton and George Russell are set to receive a boost ahead of their home grand prix at Silverstone</a> next weekend with a range of "new bits" on their Mercedes. Read more...

AlphaTauri officially confirm Pierre Gasly for 2023 F1 season

AlphaTauri has officially confirmed Pierre Gasly is to remain with the team for a fourth consecutive year in 2023. Read more...

F1 2023 confirmed driver line-ups

Twelve drivers have confirmed seats for next season, leaving eight pondering where they will be racing in 2023, including Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel. Read more...

Daniel Ricciardo didn't need McLaren "kick up the arse" to ignite season

Daniel Ricciardo has insisted he did not need a "kick up the arse" from McLaren to rediscover his competitive form. Read more...

Ferrari 'incapable' of doing what Mercedes did

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has questioned the speed Mercedes was able to react to a controversial technical directive issued ahead of the recent Canadian Grand Prix weekend. Read more...

Toto Wolff ally "trustworthy" thanks to lawyer oath

Alpine team principal Otmar Szafnauer believes an ally to Toto Wolff can be trusted in the wake of the controversial technical directive row that erupted in Canada. Read more...

Does Verstappen have one hand on the F1 title? - GPFans Stewards' Room Podcast

Max Verstappen was imperious in Canada as Lewis Hamilton returned to the podium for just the second time this year.

GPFans editor-in-chief Ian Parkes, deputy editor Sam Hall and F1 correspondent Ewan Gale join Oliver Wilson for this week's roundtable.

Verstappen secured his fifth win in six races after surviving late pressure from Carlos Sainz after the Ferrari driver benefitted from a cheap pit stop under the safety car.

But with one championship rival, Sergio Perez, retiring early on and the other, Charles Leclerc, recovering from 19th on the grid to finish fifth, the Dutchman extended his points lead to 46.

Can Verstappen still be caught and just what is going on with the recent run of poor power unit reliability in the sport? This and more on the Stewards' Room Podcast.

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