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F1 Fast Five: Williams boss high on 'race winning' Sainz, Team bosses set for 'showdown talks' over technical regulations, and other big updates

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Williams boss high on 'race winning' Sainz, Team bosses set for 'showdown talks' over technical regulations, and other big updates from around the world of Formula 1.

Williams boss high on 'race winning' Sainz, Team bosses set for 'showdown talks' over technical regulations, and other big updates
  • Williams boss high on 'race winning' Sainz
  • Team bosses set for 'showdown talks' over technical regulations
  • Alpine renews partnership with Racing Pride for LGBTQ+ inclusion
  • F1's 2026 car overhaul
  • McLaren drivers answer fan questions from Twitter

Williams boss high on 'race winning' Sainz

With Lewis Hamilton moving to Ferrari, Carlos Sainz is now seeking a new team for the next season. Despite Red Bull and Mercedes no longer being options, Sainz remains highly desirable to many teams. Williams' principal, James Vowles, and McLaren’s Andrea Stella have both praised Sainz’s exceptional driving skills and strategic mindset. Williams is rumored to be considering him as a replacement for Logan Sargeant, whose performance has been under scrutiny.

Click here to read the full article at straitstimes.com

Team bosses set for 'showdown talks' over technical regulations

The F1 paddock is abuzz with discussions about the recently revealed 2026 technical regulations, which drivers like Lewis Hamilton have criticized at the Canadian Grand Prix. Proposed changes aim to make cars lighter, narrower, and shorter, but worries persist about potential impacts on speed, particularly due to new power unit constraints and concerns over active aerodynamics.

Click here to read the full article by Harry Smith (express.co.uk)

Alpine renews partnership with Racing Pride for LGBTQ+ inclusion

Alpine and Racing Pride are teaming up again ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix to champion LGBTQ+ inclusion in motorsport. They've been working together for two years to raise awareness and create a more inclusive environment within the team. Alpine joined the "Accelerate Pride" event in February and will continue celebrating Pride Month in June by displaying the Progress Pride Flag on their car. 

Click here to read the full article by Balazs Szabo (f1technical.net)

F1's 2026 car overhaul

We now have our first real glimpse into one of Formula 1's biggest overhauls, set to take place in 2026. The FIA has released the first official images of the next generation of cars and detailed information about their features. According to FIA single-seater director Nikolas Tombazis, these changes represent a "moderate revolution."

McLaren drivers answer fan questions from Twitter

Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri answered fan questions about F1 racing on Twitter. They answered questions like which track is the hardest in F1, why drivers are weighed before each race, how they know when to make a pit stop, if they can identify a course from just an audio recording, and many more.

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