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Schumacher ignites Mercedes-Red Bull clash, Piastri ready for 'tricky' Austria challenge, and other big updates from around the world of Formula 1.
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff denies claims by Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko that his involvement in politics prevented Mick Schumacher from joining Red Bull for the 2023 Formula 1 season. Wolff states that he never discussed placing Schumacher at Red Bull and praises his abilities, expressing willingness to let him race for Mercedes if the opportunity arises. Schumacher currently serves as Mercedes' reserve driver and will drive his father's 2011 Mercedes W02 car at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Click here to read the full article by Oliver Harden (planetf1.com).
Oscar Piastri acknowledges the challenges of the sprint weekend format at the Austrian Grand Prix but believes familiarity with the track and fewer corners can help. He is used to limited practice time from his experience in junior categories. Piastri is pleased to be heading to tracks he has raced at before, but he recognizes that it may not guarantee better performance as everyone can quickly reach their limits.
Click here to read the full article by Anna Francis & Aaron Deckers (racingnews365.com).
The Austria Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg is set to captivate racing fans worldwide with its thrilling action and memorable moments. The event will take place from June 30th to July 2nd, featuring the new sprint weekend format introduced during the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. The race offers various betting opportunities, and this article deep-dives many of the current trends as well as other important information about the race. Be sure to join the F1MG Base on FanAmp to discuss strategy, ask questions, and access exclusive bets.
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The second sprint weekend of the Formula 1 season is happening at the Red Bull Ring for the Austrian Grand Prix. Verstappen's impressive performance and dominant record at the Red Bull Ring make him a heavy favorite, while Mercedes and Aston Martin are pursuing upgrades. Dive into the strategic choices ahead, and be sure to tune into The Fantasy Formula Wednesday night at 9pm EST for a full breakdown. You can even ask questions live during the session via FanAmp (click here to join the F1 Fantasy HQ Base).
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Alpine's F1 team has attracted celebrity investors, including Ryan Reynolds, Michael B Jordan, and Rob McElhenney, who now hold a 24% stake. Discover the motives behind the team's partial sale and its future significance.