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Schumacher controversy remembered whilst Verstappen given stern warning - RacingNews365 Review

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First things first. For as long as there have been two-car teams in motorsport, there have been team orders.

It is part of the deal of going racing that, on occassion, a team will need to get one of its drivers out of the way and allow the other one through for a win or podium or even maybe just a points finish. After all, in the end, every point count.

READ MORE: The day Schumacher and Ferrari went too far and were fined €1 million

F1 legend tells Verstappen he would be “stupid” to leave Red Bull

Juan Pablo Montoya has warned Max Verstappen that he would be "stupid" if he were to leave Red Bull.

The future of the reigning world champion has been in doubt across the first few races of 2024 after the political unrest that engulfed Red Bull following the internal investigation into Team Principal Christian Horner's alleged behaviour and the fall-out that followed. 

READ MORE: F1 legend tells Verstappen he would be “stupid” to leave Red Bull

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Ford rubbishes claims over new Red Bull F1 power unit

Ford has refuted claims the Formula 1 power unit it is working on with Red Bull is behind in development, although it admits it has "no idea" where rival suppliers are.

The Blue Oval is re-entering F1 in 2026 as technical partner to Red Bull Powertrains, the in-house power unit division set up by Red Bull, with the new power units set to feature beefed-up electrical systems as well as rely on synthetic fuels.

READ MORE: Ford rubbishes claims over new Red Bull F1 power unit

Vasseur remains coy over Newey to Ferrari rumours

Frederic Vasseur has refused to comment on speculation linking Adrian Newey with a possible switch to Ferrari.

Long-serving Red Bull Chief Technical Officer Newey is to depart after 19 years at the end of 2024, with his future uncertain as rival teams try to swoop for the designer widely regarded as the greatest in F1 history.

READ MORE: Vasseur remains coy over Newey to Ferrari rumours

Frederic Vasseur | F1 Team Principal Ferrari

Poll: When will Verstappen actually leave Red Bull?

One day, Max Verstappen will eventually leave Red Bull and a new driver will slot into replace one of the all-time greats. 

But when will that be?

READ MORE: Poll: When will Verstappen actually leave Red Bull?

Russell expresses cost cap doubt in Red Bull pursuit

George Russell has expressed doubts about the Formula 1 cost cap and its ability to help bring the field closer together given Red Bull's dominance.

Introduced for the 2021 season, the cost cap limits the amount every team can spend to the same amount, with the idea being that reeling in the bigger teams like Red Bull, Mercedes or Ferrari would, in time, allow the smaller teams to level the playing field. 

READ MORE: Russell expresses cost cap doubt in Red Bull pursuit

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