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F1 Fast Five: Ocon refutes "damaging negativity" surrounding career, Schumacher linked to IndyCar team move, and other big updates

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Ocon refutes "damaging negativity" surrounding career, Schumacher linked to IndyCar team move, and other big updates from around the world of Formula 1.

Ocon refutes "damaging negativity" surrounding career, Schumacher linked to IndyCar team move, and other big updates
  • Ocon refutes "damaging negativity" surrounding career
  • Schumacher linked to IndyCar team move
  • F2 driver for debut in Aston Martin testing
  • F1 meets football in Monaco shutdown!
  • Getting a paddock pass

Ocon refutes "damaging negativity" surrounding career

Esteban Ocon has hit back at online criticism following his clash with Pierre Gasly at the Monaco Grand Prix. He denounced the "misinformed statements and gross distortions" circulating online about his driving and teamwork abilities. Despite criticism, Ocon affirmed his participation in the upcoming race and emphasized his lifelong dedication to professionalism and respect in motorsport. 

Click here to read the full article by Ben Vinel (motorsport.com)

Schumacher linked to IndyCar team move

Dale Coyne Racing is considering signing Mick Schumacher, who recently left Haas in F1. Despite being a reserve driver for Mercedes and racing in the World Endurance Championship with Alpine, Schumacher might not find a spot on the 2025 F1 grid. Instead, he could shift towards IndyCar. Dale Coyne has expressed interest in the German racer, who is exploring his options while performing well in WEC and as an F1 reserve driver.

Click here to read the full article by Michelle Foster (planetf1.com)

F2 driver for debut in Aston Martin testing

American F2 driver Jak Crawford will have his first taste of F1 machinery as he tests Aston Martin's 2022 F1 car at the Red Bull Ring. Crawford recently joined Aston Martin's driver development program after racing for DAMS. Before this, he made his debut in Formula E with Andretti and participated in F2 races at Imola and Monaco.

Click here to read the full article by Nick Golding (racingnews365.com)

F1 meets football in Monaco shutdown!

Diogo Jota and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang swapped the football pitch for the world of gaming as they competed in a special sim racing event alongside F1 stars Charles Leclerc and Alex Albon. The virtual race, which featured six creators from the worlds of sim racing and gaming, was organized to promote the launch of the new video game F1 24.

Getting a paddock pass

Many F1 fans would like to have their own paddock pass, but how can someone get access to the F1 paddock? There are different types of passes that allow entry, such as the F1 Paddock VIP pass, F1 media pass, F1 team pass, and some F1 hospitality packages. Some passes can be purchased, while others are available for free.

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