Former Lewis Hamilton Mercedes ally James Vowles is sure that the shock move to Ferrari of the seven-time champion will allow him to "question himself."
Hamilton stunned the F1 world last Thursday when it was confirmed that 2024 will be his final season with Mercedes, ending a 12-year stint with the team that has yielded six titles and 82 wins to date.
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Alpine launches 'aggressive' 2024 car with A524 'completely revised'
Alpine has become the fourth Formula 1 team to reveal its 2024 car as part of a motorsport season launch along with its WEC programme.
The "completely revised" A524 machine broke cover at the team's Enstone base, with the car "spearheaded by an aggressive design philosophy geared at maximising potential across the next two seasons."
Stake respond to threat of legal challenge over new F1 team name
Stake is adamant that "everything is above board" with its new F1 team name despite suggestions of a potential legal challenge.
The online betting platform thrust itself firmly into Formula 1's mainstream on Monday as the team held a lavish launch of its new car at London's Guildhall, with no expense spared.
Schumacher delivers verdict on replacing Hamilton at Mercedes
Mick Schumacher has seemingly brushed aside the possibility of replacing Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes next season.
Hamilton dropped a bombshell a week ago when he announced he would be leaving a team that has helped him win six of his record-equalling seven F1 drivers' titles.
Albon puts timeline on Williams podium fight
Williams driver Alex Albon has put a timeline on when he thinks the team will be able to fight for podiums in Formula 1.
The Grove-based outfit has failed to recapture its glory years in recent seasons, having dropped to the back of the grid in the last car regulation cycle.
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Should F1 introduce new livery rule over increasing issue?
F1 launch season is well underway with four teams having officially held their launches.
One recurring factor across all has been the presence of exposed carbon on the cars, with no paint covering the material. This leaves what is essentially a black car with branded detailing.
So should there be rules in place to ensure the cars are covered in paint to make sure there isn't a dull sea of carbon?