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Newey-led Red Bull project to debut and a restructure at Ferrari - RacingNews365 Review

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Red Bull will launch its RB17 hypercar at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in July.

The Milton Keynes outfit is celebrating 20 years of Red Bull in Formula 1, with a line-up that will include drivers past and present, including David Coulthard, who raced for the team from its debut campaign in 2005 until his retirement from F1 in 2008.

READ MORE: Newey-designed Red Bull sensation to make world debut

Leclerc to receive new race engineer in major Ferrari shake-up

Ferrari has revealed an organisational restructure that will see Charles Leclerc work with a new race engineer from the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.

Leclerc has been paired with his out-going race engineer Xavi Marcos since joining Ferrari in 2019.

READ MORE: Leclerc to receive new race engineer in major Ferrari shake-up

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F1 boss predicts 'legend' Verstappen will be replaced

Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has suggested Max Verstappen will soon be replaced at the head of the pecking order.

With his maiden title in 2021 coming amid a closely fought battle with Lewis Hamilton, Verstappen dominated the following two seasons en route to championship success.

READ MORE: F1 boss predicts 'legend' Verstappen will be replaced

First look: Ferrari test spray guards for wet-weather racing

Ferrari has joined forces with the FIA in trialling new wheel guards to prevent excess spray affecting visibility during F1 grands prix.

The latest test was conducted at the Fiorano Circuit where Arthur Leclerc tried out two specifications of a redeveloped wheel guard, whilst Oliver Bearman ran behind to check the levels of visibility.

READ MORE: First look: Ferrari test spray guards for wet-weather racing

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Why Russell may fall victim to the Verstappen hunt at Mercedes

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff believes Max Verstappen is the key to the F1 driver market. 

The Austrian will lose Lewis Hamilton to Ferrari at the end of the year and must search for a suitable replacement to slot in alongside George Russell for the 2025 season.

READ MORE: Why Russell may fall victim to the Verstappen hunt at Mercedes

Vasseur: Changing penalty system 'makes no sense to me'

Frederic Vasseur has waved off suggestions the FIA super licence penalty points system needs to be changed in the aftermath of Kevin Magnussen picking up five such sanctions over the Miami Grand Prix weekend.

The Ferrari team principal was not convinced by arguments that the penalty approach needed to be reviewed, saying it made "no sense" to change it.

READ MORE: Vasseur: Changing penalty system 'makes no sense to me'

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