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F1 Fast Five: Aston Martin confirms Cardile as new CTO, How race mistakes have hurt McLaren this year, and other big updates

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Aston Martin confirms Cardile as new CTO, How race mistakes have hurt McLaren this year, and other big updates from around the world of Formula 1.

Aston Martin confirms Cardile as new CTO, How race mistakes have hurt McLaren this year, and other big updates
  • Aston Martin confirms Cardile as new CTO
  • How race mistakes have hurt McLaren this year
  • Inside the glamorous lives of drivers' partners
  • Who will send the pirate flying?
  • The Fast and the Curious with Williams

Aston Martin confirms Cardile as new CTO

Aston Martin has announced that Enrico Cardile, who was Ferrari's Chassis Technical Director, will be their Chief Technical Officer from 2025. Ferrari confirmed Cardile has left his position, and Aston Martin is excited about his experience and what he will bring to the team. Cardile looks forward to helping Aston Martin succeed, especially with the new 2026 rules.

Click here to read the full article by Taylor Powling (motorsportweek.com)

How race mistakes have hurt McLaren this year

McLaren's 2024 Formula 1 season has been full of missed chances and mistakes that hurt their performance. They led races like Silverstone but lost positions due to pit stop errors. This has kept them from catching up to Red Bull in the constructors' and drivers' championships. Andrea Stella, McLaren's team boss, stays positive about their progress but feels frustrated about not turning strong performances into wins.

Click here to read the full article by Alex Kalinauckas (motorsport.com)

Inside the glamorous lives of drivers' partners

Lewis Hamilton won the British Grand Prix at Silverstone, which ended a 945-day win drought. This season, we've seen six different winners, and this could only suggest a more unpredictable championship race ahead. Beyond the track, drivers manage their high-stakes careers alongside engaging personal lives, including notable relationships within the paddock.

Click here to read the full article by Jessica Okelo (thetab.com)

Who will send the pirate flying?

Nico Hulkenberg and Kevin Magnussen go head-to-head in a classic game of Pop Up Pirate. This fun game will keep you guessing, as the slot that triggers the pirate to pop changes every time you play. As they slide their swords into the barrel, who will be the one to send the pirate flying?

The Fast and the Curious with Williams

It's episode 12 of Team Torque at the British GP, and the Williams boys are having fun as usual. Albon and Logan are joined by "The Fast and the Curious" podcaster Greg James. They start with some light-hearted moments before welcoming their guest and eventually talk about racing, cricket, and other sports.

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