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Dr Helmut Marko has admitted he is tentative to offer Sergio Perez a multi-year extension at Red Bull.

A difficult 2023 campaign for the Mexican driver resulted in questions being asked over his future at the Milton Keynes-based squad beyond the expiration of his contract this year.

READ MORE: Marko delivers clear evaluation on Perez's future

Horner dismisses Wolff claim: 'I've learned not to listen to him'

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has poked fun at Toto Wolff for writing off the current F1 season with 20 races still left to run.

Max Verstappen made it three wins from four to start the 2024 season at the Japanese Grand Prix, winning in dominant fashion from team-mate Sergio Perez.

READ MORE: Horner dismisses Wolff claim: 'I've learned not to listen to him'

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Wolff facing 'no man's land' reality as Verstappen continues to make him suffer

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has delivered a damning verdict on the F1 season after watching Max Verstappen waltz to his latest victory.

Verstappen scored pole position and fastest lap en route to clinching his third successive Japanese Grand Prix, equalling the feat of legendary seven-time champion Michael Schumacher from more than 20 years ago.

READ MORE: Wolff facing 'no man's land' reality as Verstappen continues to make him suffer

Red Bull F1 future will be sorted imminently - Perez

Sergio Perez has suggested that his Formula 1 future with Red Bull could be resolved "within a month" as he continues an impressive start to the season.

Perez banked a first-career Japanese Grand Prix podium at Suzuka, as he finished second to Max Verstappen and climb into second place in the drivers' ahead of Ferrari's Charles Leclerc.

READ MORE: Red Bull F1 future will be sorted imminently - Perez

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Alonso in bold claims over Mercedes links and Japan weekend

Fernando Alonso has given a cryptic response to potential links to his signing for Mercedes after a Japanese Grand Prix he labelled as one of "his best."

Alonso qualified fifth and claimed sixth in the Suzuka race in the upgraded AMR24 machine, beating both Mercedes drivers and McLaren's Oscar Piastri to the flag.

READ MORE: Alonso in bold claims over Mercedes links and Japan weekend

Vasseur soothes Leclerc fear after Japan woes: 'He'll be back'

Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur insists that Charles Leclerc’s qualifying performances are not a cause for concern.

At the Japanese Grand Prix, Leclerc was once again out-qualified by Carlos Sainz, with the two lining up fourth and eighth, respectively after Sainz also started ahead in Australia.

READ MORE: Vasseur soothes Leclerc fear after Japan woes: 'He'll be back'

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