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Newey departure imminent and F1 CEO remembers Senna and Ratzenberger – RacingNews365 Review

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It has been reported that the departure of Red Bull chief technical officer Adrian Newey could be announced ahead of this weekend's Miami Grand Prix, adding a huge talking point to this weekend's action.

Last week Auto, Motor und Sport reported that Newey is going to leave Red Bull. The top designer is said to be unhappy with the situation at the team and has expressed his desire to leave.

READ MORE: Newey Red Bull departure announcement imminent

F1 boss looks back on tragic moment Senna: '100,000 people were suddenly silent'

Despite the busy F1 programme, Stefano Domenicali will make time on Wednesday to attend the memorial for Ayrton Senna and Roland Ratzenberger in Imola. Only then will the F1 boss fly to America to be present at the Miami Grand Prix.

The F1 CEO spoke exclusively to RacingNews365 about that horrific day 30 years ago in 1994.

READ MORE: F1 boss looks back on tragic moment Senna: '100,000 people were suddenly silent'

F1 legend Ayrton Senna

Verstappen will leave Red Bull due to lack of 'fun factor' says Dutch racing driver

Max Verstappen is cantering towards his fourth successive F1 drivers' title, albeit early in the season, but despite the success enjoyed by the all-conquering combination of the Dutchman and Red Bull, rumours linking him away from the team endure.

The persistent speculation has reached a new level amid reports suggesting Mercedes will offer him a €150 million per season contract, with talks expected to begin between the parties at the Miami Grand Prix.

READ MORE: Verstappen will leave Red Bull due to lack of 'fun factor' says Dutch racing driver

Breaking: Aston Martin wants to reverse Alonso's punishment

Aston Martin is appealing Fernando Alonso's penalty from the Chinese Grand Prix sprint, which saw the Spaniard given a 10 second time penalty and three penalty points for his part in an incident with Carlos Sainz.

As per the decision document for the penalty, the stewards determined Alonso to be at fault.

READ MORE: Breaking: Aston Martin wants to reverse Alonso's punishment

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McLaren announce huge multi-year partnership with global giant

Ahead of this weekend's Miami Grand Prix, McLaren has announced a brand-new multi-year partnership with online marketplace eBay.

The deal makes eBay an official partner of the McLaren F1 Team, with the company's branding to feature on the race cars driven by Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri starting this weekend at the Miami International Autodrome.

READ MORE: McLaren announce huge multi-year partnership with global giant

Audi cautiously optimistic in recent F1 project update

Audi F1 operation's CEO Andreas Seidl has spoken about how the project is developing, as well as sharing his thoughts about Stake F1 and its most recent signing, Nico Hulkenberg.

The German marque will take over Sauber's F1 entry for the 2026 season, replacing Stake as the championship ushers in a new chassis and power unit era.

READ MORE: Audi cautiously optimistic in recent F1 project update

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