Formula 1 2020: Sergio Perez resolves differences with Racing Point, says team is like a ‘family’ to him
The Mexican driver said he had discussed his comments the previous day with the team and that the two sides had resolved their differences.
In this week's episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, we wonder if the drivers of the future will be expected to perform more duties than just racing. And of course, the marketers in them discuss Formula 1's first-ever global media campaign with keen interest. There's a lot more than Formula 1 could do within their 'Engineering Insanity' video.
In this episode, we talk about Robert Kubica's possible comeback and if he would be the fastest pay driver ever. Did Lewis Hamilton take piano lessons from Adrian Sutil?
Luckily, 2018 will possibly see the best driving talent line up on the grid, will Formula 1 make the most of this and offer us a season-long spectacle? Tune in!
Like in every sport, comparing greats from different generations is never straightforward. In which case, why not remember this era (2014-2017) as the Hamilton era?
Formula 1 podcast: From Red Bull Racing's silly caravan racing video to possible Alonso-Renault reunion
In this week's episode of the Inside Line Formula 1 Podcast, Mithila and Kunal talk about the upcoming Canadian Grand Prix, a possible reunion between Alonso-Renault, Red Bull Racing's silly caravan racing video and if like the Indy Car Championship, should Formula 1 publicise driver earnings for each race too? There's just so much both the series can learn from each other.
Out of the 28 drivers, just three (Vettel, Hamilton and Button) have been the leaders in almost 90 percent of the laps of the entire season. You have a fair idea who will win, who will complete the race. You have a fair idea of who has no statistical chance of doing better than 8th place.