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Red Bull 'won't push Honda to sacrifice Toro Rosso'

Red Bull boss Christian Horner has said that Honda will not be pushed into sacrificing Toro Rosso ahead of the 2019 season.

Giovinazzi gets another chance to impress

Sauber have given reserve driver Antonio Giovinazzi a chance to impress with an FP1 outing lined up at the German Grand Prix.

De Ferran opens up on McLaren issues

New McLaren sporting director Gil de Ferran has given his first impressions on what needs to change in order to make the Woking team great again.

Renault eyeing alternatives to Sainz

Renault are preparing a shortlist of drivers for the 2019 season with Carlos Sainz still in the dark over his future.

Ricciardo expects German GP penalty

Daniel Ricciardo is likely to race a new power unit at this weekend's German GP as in "Hockenheim you can overtake."

Webber: F1 has gone too far with driver access

Formula 1 is often criticised for minimal access to the drivers, however, Mark Webber says these days it has gone too far in the opposite direction.

Kubica: Poor form makes not racing a bit easiser

Robert Kubica admits Williams' lack of pace has taken away some of the pain of having missed out on a race seat.

Alonso expects difficult German GP weekend

McLaren can expect a trying weekend at the Hockenheimring with Fernando Alonso saying it won't be "an easy track" for their MCL33.

Sainz: Midfield battle is getting tighter

Renault may be at the top of the midfield log but Carlos Sainz says it is getting "tighter and tighter" out on track.

Ricciardo: Mercedes look vulnerable this season

Good news for Mercedes' rival, Daniel Ricciardo reckons the Brackley squad has shown signs of "weakness" and vulnerability this season. Bad news, he says they're still strong.

Red Bull ready to sacrifice Toro Rosso for 2019 gains

Toro Rosso could be in for a penalty-strewn final half of this season after Red Bull gave Honda the go-ahead to use the junior team as guinea pigs for test.
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