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Horner defends Verstappen and Piastri reveals what is missing – RacingNews365 Review

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Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has defended Max Verstappen following the numerous occasions the three-time F1 champion has aired his frustration in recent weeks.

Over the team radio throughout a grand prix weekend, Verstappen has often bemoaned certain aspects of his RB20, and then during media sessions has called on the team to improve.

READ MORE: Horner defends 'demanding customer' Verstappen after criticism

Piastri reveals missing F1 ingredient

Oscar Piastri has opened up about what he feels is still missing from his F1 arsenal, assessing the "step forward" he has taken from his debut campaign to this year.

The McLaren driver feels it has been an up-and-down start to the season, but with McLaren a resurgent force after the spate of upgrades it introduced in Miami, the Australian has reason to be optimistic for the rounds ahead.

READ MORE: Piastri reveals missing F1 ingredient

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Alonso viewed as a 'real-life Superman' by key ally

Fernando Alonso has been declared a real-life Superman whose F1 career shows no sign of ending according to a close ally who knows him best.

Alonso continues to defy logic by continuing in F1, signing a contract extension with Aston Martin earlier this year that will take him past his 45th birthday.

READ MORE: Alonso viewed as a 'real-life Superman' by key ally

Hulkenberg makes 'weird or awkward' Haas denial

Nico Hulkenberg has said there is nothing "weird or awkward" in having sewn up his F1 future so early into the current season.

The 36-year-old will leave Haas at the end of 2024, joining Stake F1 ahead of its transition to Audi in 2026.

READ MORE: Hulkenberg makes 'weird or awkward' Haas denial

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Ferrari wind back clock to stoke fire for current F1 title fight

Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur has moved to quell concern surrounding the Scuderia after a dismal weekend at the Canadian Grand Prix, citing the length of the F1 calendar as a reason not to worry.

The team failed to get either driver into the final stage of qualifying and suffered a double retirement during the race itself - Charles Leclerc going out due to reliability issues before Carlos Sainz's mistake at Turn 6 saw him collect Alexander Albon, ending his afternoon early.

READ MORE: Ferrari wind back clock to stoke fire for current F1 title fight

Mercedes 'invisible' parts behind renewed F1 hope

Toto Wolff believes it is the parts you cannot see on the W15 that have helped propel Mercedes back toward the front of the F1 grid.

Mercedes is no longer talking a good game this season but is finally delivering on track following its performance over the Canadian Grand Prix weekend.

READ MORE: Mercedes 'invisible' parts behind renewed F1 hope

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