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Ferrari announces changed identity whilst new Stroll defender emerges - RacingNews365 Review

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Ferrari's Formula 1 team is to be officially known as 'Scuderia Ferrari HP' from the Miami Grand Prix onwards.

As RacingNews365 wrote yesterday, the team has agreed a multi-year deal with computer giant HP for a title sponsorship that could rival Red Bull's mega-money deal with Oracle.

READ MORE: Ferrari to change official team name from Miami GP

Stroll defended by fellow driver over Ricciardo crash

Nico Hulkenberg has defended Lance Stroll for the controversial Chinese Grand Prix accident involving Daniel Ricciardo.

Stroll has drawn heavy criticism from drivers including Ricciardo and Oscar Piastri, who was also caught up in the incident where the Aston Martin driver rammed Ricciardo as the first safety car was ending in Shanghai.

READ MORE: Stroll defended by fellow driver over Ricciardo crash

The Hamilton-Mercedes marriage appears destined for a messy divorce

Lewis Hamilton’s start to his final season with the Mercedes squad could not have commenced in a worse way and it seems to be ever clearer that there will be no successful swan song to see out arguably the greatest driver/team pairing in Formula 1 history.

Mercedes has endured various struggles across the last two seasons and it appears no closer to reeling in Red Bull after the opening rounds of the current campaign.

READ MORE: The Hamilton-Mercedes marriage appears destined for a messy divorce

Audi gives Sainz more time to decide as Verstappen holds driver market key

Audi is pulling out all the stops to sign Carlos Sainz, but the three-time grand prix winner is still yet to make a final decision over where he will drive in 2025.

RacingNews365 understands that Sainz remains the first choice for Audi, and that it is doing everything possible to bring in the soon-to-be former Ferrari driver as soon as it can.

READ MORE: Audi gives Sainz more time to decide as Verstappen holds driver market key

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How Horner inadvertenly fueled Verstappen to Mercedes rumours

The dance around Max Verstappen is far from over.

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff once again brought up the Dutchman's long-time future after the race in China, in a continuation of his recent charm offensive to sign the world champion.

READ MORE: How Horner inadvertently fueled Verstappen to Mercedes rumours

Marko makes striking revelation about Perez's contract demands

Helmut Marko has indicated that Red Bull is not prepared to meet Sergio Perez's demands for a three-year contract renewal.

The Mexican's current deal expires at the end of the 2024 season, with numerous contenders angling to be given the seat alongside Max Verstappen for '25.

READ MORE: Marko makes striking revelation about Perez's contract demands

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