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Alpine announce latest departure and Horner urges caution – RacingNews365 Review

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Alpine has confirmed Rob White has left the team as part of a "wider operational restructure".

The operations director joined Renault F1 in 2004, and was part of the team that won back-to-back drivers' and constructors' championships in 2005 and 2006.

READ MORE: Alpine announce departure of long-term senior figure

Red Bull not suddenly dealing with a 'bad car' – Horner

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has stressed that the outfit are competing in a "marathon, not a sprint" with McLaren and Ferrari, who appear to have caught the typically dominant outfit.

The Milton Keynes-based side have not had the strongest car in the past three races, despite Max Verstappen winning the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.

READ MORE: Red Bull not suddenly dealing with a 'bad car' – Horner

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Mercedes clarifies Antonelli and Schumacher 'shootout' rumours

Mercedes has clarified that a recent test using old machinery conducted by George Russell, Mick Schumacher and Andrea Kimi Antonelli was not a "shootout", following an incorrect rumour.

At the beginning of the month, Russell, Schumacher and Mercedes' teenage sensation drove the side's 2022 car in a private test at Silverstone, the home of the British Grand Prix.

READ MORE: Mercedes clarifies Antonelli and Schumacher 'shootout' rumours

Hamilton on hunter versus hunted debate: 'It's so much more nerve-wracking'

Lewis Hamilton has revealed that in F1 he prefers to be the hunter instead of the hunted, the latter he labels as being "so much more nerve-wracking".

The Mercedes star made the comments during a special appearance on popular YouTube series Hot Ones, on the First We Feast YouTube channel. 

READ MORE: Hamilton on hunter versus hunted debate: 'It's so much more nerve-wracking'

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Russell relishes prospect of Verstappen partnership

George Russell has stressed that he would not be afraid of either joining Max Verstappen at Red Bull or having the Dutchman join him at Mercedes, the latter being more likely with the Briton being "loyal" to the Silver Arrows.

The Mercedes driver is contracted to the Brackley-based outfit until the end of 2025 but is currently unaware of who will replace Lewis Hamilton. 

READ MORE: Russell relishes prospect of Verstappen partnership

Jack Doohan: From a broken leg on a motorcycle to Formula 1

Jack Doohan is currently Alpine's reserve driver, but is increasingly likely to win a full-time F1 seat. RacingNews365 spoke exclusively to Doohan, which included his father, Michael Doohan.

The Doohan name is a big one in the motorsport world. Michael 'Mick' Doohan rose to become one of the best motorcycle riders of all time in the 1990s. The Australian became a five-time world champion in the 500cc class (predecessor to MotoGP).

READ MORE: Jack Doohan: From a broken leg on a motorcycle to Formula 1

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