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Toto Wolff outburst big for Netflix as Red Bull fear Mercedes Silverstone surge - GPFans F1 recap

Toto Wolff outburst big for Netflix as Red Bull fear Mercedes Silverstone surge - GPFans F1 recap

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Toto Wolff outburst big for Netflix as Red Bull fear Mercedes Silverstone surge - GPFans F1 recap

Toto Wolff outburst big for Netflix as Red Bull fear Mercedes Silverstone surge - GPFans F1 recap

Alpine team principal Otmar Szafnauer believes Netflix's screening next year of what is understood to be a heated team principals' meeting in Canada will further add to F1's burgeoning attraction. Read more...

Red Bull expect British bounce back from Mercedes

Red Bull is fully expecting Mercedes to prove a thorn in its F1 title-challenging side at the upcoming three grands prix, starting with next weekend's race at Silverstone. Read more...

Sebastian Vettel hits back at Canadian politician's personal attack

Sebastian Vettel has hit back at Canadian politician Sonya Savage for levelling a personal attack at him over his environmental stance. Read more...

Ferrari express perfection fear in fight with Max Verstappen

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto feels only perfection from Charles Leclerc or Carlos Sainz across any given race weekend will allow them to beat Max Verstappen again this season. Read more...

Max Verstappen hails father's 12-year slog after breaking into F1's top 10

Reigning F1 champion Max Verstappen has insisted he would not be where he is now without father Jos' 12-year slog to get him into the sport. 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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