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F1 Fast Five: Toyota could partner with Haas for potential F1 return, Tsunoda 'not ruled out' for Red Bull promotion, and other big updates

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Toyota could partner with Haas for potential F1 return, Tsunoda 'not ruled out' for Red Bull promotion, and other big updates from around the world of Formula 1.

Toyota could partner with Haas for potential F1 return, Tsunoda 'not ruled out' for Red Bull promotion, and other big updates
  • Toyota could partner with Haas for potential F1 return
  • Tsunoda 'not ruled out' for Red Bull promotion
  • Why Ferrari's upgrade faces suspension struggles
  • Bearman talks F1
  • Pitt returns to the paddock

Toyota could partner with Haas for potential F1 return

Several F1 publications report that Toyota might return to F1 by partnering with the Haas team. Toyota left F1 in 2009 but is now talking with Haas about working together starting in 2025. This partnership could include sponsorship, making car parts, and using Toyota's wind tunnel in Cologne. Haas has not commented on the rumors, but Toyota's recent actions have added to the speculation.

Click here to read the full article by Thomas Maher (planetf1.com)

Tsunoda 'not ruled out' for Red Bull promotion

Christian Horner has suggested that Yuki Tsunoda could get a future seat at Red Bull, as he praised his performance and noted that he's no longer a rookie. There's talk of Sergio Perez possibly being replaced due to recent poor performances, with Daniel Ricciardo rumored as a replacement. Tsunoda's strong season may give him an edge. Red Bull also has Liam Lawson as a potential candidate, which provides the team with several options.

Click here to read the full article by Saajan Jogia (si.com)

Why Ferrari's upgrade faces suspension struggles

Ferrari's 2024 upgrade aimed to increase downforce with a new floor and diffuser on the SF24, but it caused integration issues. The suspension setups, which were balanced before, now struggle with the higher downforce levels introduced since the ground effect returned in 2022. This shows how getting more aerodynamic grip can affect how well the suspension works in modern F1 cars.

Click here to read the full article by Paolo Filisetti & Jan van der Burgt (racingnews365.com)

Bearman talks F1

Ollie Bearman rose to prominence with a surprise Formula 1 debut when Carlos Sainz had to miss the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix due to appendicitis. After months of being heavily linked to Haas, Bearman was announced as the Ferrari customer team's first 2025 F1 driver. Join Ollie as he talks about his amazing race in Jeddah, his F2 season so far, and what he has planned for the future.

Pitt returns to the paddock

Brad Pitt returned to the paddock at the British GP to continue filming his F1 movie. He was pictured signing items and taking pictures with fans on Saturday as he arrived before practice session three. He wore a quilted cream jacket over a white T-shirt, with cream tourers and a tartan-patterned cream bucket hat.

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