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Ferrari Team Principal Frederic Vasseur moved to shut down a question regarding Lewis Hamilton after the Japanese Grand Prix.

One of the biggest talking points of the year so far has been Hamilton’s decision to depart Mercedes at the end of the season to join Ferrari in 2025.

READ MORE: Vasseur shuts down Hamilton question after Sainz podium

Horner offers Perez boost amid strong start

Christian Horner has offered glowing praise for Sergio Perez’s performance at the Japanese Grand Prix, highlighting his qualifying pace and his standing within the team.

The Red Bull team principal was quick to shower the Mexican driver with compliments when speaking after his race in Suzuka.

READ MORE: Horner offers Perez boost amid strong start

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Wolff spots clue behind ‘awful’ Mercedes run

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff believes whilst there is a relationship between track temperature and the W15’s performance, it is not to blame for his team’s lack of pace in the opening stint of the Japanese Grand Prix.

Mercedes had hoped to see a step forward in performance this year as the team ushered in a new car philosophy, but with the season four rounds in, the eight-time Constructors' Champions appear to have taken a relative step backwards compared to its rivals.

READ MORE: Wolff spots clue behind ‘awful’ Mercedes run

Sainz details when Ferrari might 'consistently' threat Red Bull

Carlos Sainz is hopeful Ferrari will be able to “consistently” fight Red Bull after the opening third of the season.

The Italian squad has already taken a victory in the first four rounds with Sainz triumphing at the Australian Grand Prix last month.

READ MORE: Sainz details when Ferrari might 'consistently' threat Red Bull

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Poll: Will early season form save Perez's Red Bull seat?

Christian Horner was very clear about what Sergio Perez needed to do to keep his Red Bull seat for the 2024 season after his poor 2023.

The team needed Perez to be closer to Max Verstappen and support him by finishing second, or at worst third, and be in position to collect a win should a mechanical issue strike.

READ MORE: Poll: Will early season form save Perez's Red Bull seat?

Verstappen questions F1 Sprint in China: 'Not the smartest thing to do'

Max Verstappen has questioned Formula 1's decision to host an F1 Sprint race weekend at the Chinese Grand Prix.

The first event using the alternative schedule will take place in Shanghai as the sport returns to China for the first time in five years later this month.

READ MORE: Verstappen questions F1 Sprint in China: 'Not the smartest thing to do'

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