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Red Bull 'move' predicted as Ricciardo called out on 'flawed decision' - RacingNews365Review

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George Russell believes Mercedes has made "real" gains on McLaren and Ferrari and will now be in the fight with its two F1 rivals more often - although is fully expecting Red Bull to "move" further out front when F1 returns to Europe. 

Mercedes fought both McLaren and Red Bull during the Canadian Grand Prix at the weekend when Russell stunned Verstappen to claim pole after setting an identical lap time to the Dutchman. 

Read more: Russell predicts imminent Red Bull 'move'

Brundle outlines costly Ricciardo Red Bull exit as 'emotional and flawed'

Ex-F1 driver Martin Brundle has offered his view on the current status of Daniel Ricciardo, who was brutally described as "overrated" by 1997 F1 world champion Jacques Villeneuve.

Villeneuve's staggering comments came during an appearance on Sky Sports F1 during the Canadian Grand Prix, having joined the UK broadcaster's punditry line-up for his home race.

Read more: Brundle outlines costly Ricciardo Red Bull exit as 'emotional and flawed'

Mercedes reveal upgrade plan to 'bully' their way back to the front in F1

Mercedes technical director James Allison has revealed the team plans on delivering a continual stream of upgrades that will result in it "bullying" its way back to the front in F1.

After proclaiming in recent weeks and months the team was finally on the right track with the W15, Mercedes delivered over the weekend in Canada where George Russell scored the team's first pole position for 20 races.

Read more: Mercedes reveal upgrade plan to 'bully' their way back to the front in F1

Verstappen 'not getting freaked out' saved Red Bull - Hill

F1 champion Damon Hill has praised Max Verstappen's typical "brilliance" for coming to the team's aid in Canada.

In the build-up to the event in Montreal, it was suggested the Circuit Gilles Villleneuve would work against the team's RB20 and its lack of kerb-riding after the difficulties the car experienced during the previous race weekend in Monaco.

Read more: Verstappen 'not getting freaked out' saved Red Bull - Hill

Truth revealed behind THAT image of Alpine conversation

Jack Doohan has revealed the truth behind a quick clip of him chatting with Alpine team principal Bruno Famin he claims garnered "so much media publicity".

Doohan and Famin were spotted chatting on a balcony above the Alpine garage following the Monaco Grand Prix. The inference at the time was that the Frenchman was discussing a future drive with the Australian after what had unfolded during the race.

Read more: Truth revealed behind THAT image of Alpine conversation

Marko makes Hamilton comparison after Perez penalty

Red Bull advisor Dr. Helmut Marko has revealed that the outfit "can live" with Sergio Perez's Spanish Grand Prix grid penalty after driving a heavily damaged car last weekend in the Canadian Grand Prix.

Perez will take a three-place grid penalty into next weekend's race at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, following an incident which saw him continue driving a car with "serious mechanical difficulties".

Read more: Marko makes Hamilton comparison after Perez penalty

F1 fans torn over who should partner Tsunoda at RB

The debate as to who should be Yuki Tsunoda's team-mate at RB in 2025 is a polarised one, and F1 fans are almost completely split on the subject.

The Faenza-based outfit has taken up its option on the Japanese driver for next season. That means either incumbent Daniel Ricciardo or reserve Liam Lawson will be left out in the cold for 2025 - with the remaining seat at RB heavily expected to go to one of those two names.

Read more: F1 fans torn over who should partner Tsunoda at RB

Also interesting:

Max Verstappen hit back after an out-of-sorts Monaco GP, Sergio Perez floundered again - and into a controversial retirement. How much damage can Ferrari and McLaren inflict with Red Bull fighting with one hand tied behind its back, did the Milton Keynes-based team re-sign Perez too soon? After a thoroughly entertaining Canadian GP, host Nick Golding is joined by Ian Parkes and Samuel Coop to analyse all things.

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