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Verstappen facing 'inevitable' as Wolff makes 'no regrets' claim - Racing News 365 Review

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Red Bull warn Verstappen facing the 'inevitable' this season

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has warned it is inevitable that Max Verstappen will have to take a power unit penalty at some stage this season.

Heading into the British Grand Prix weekend, Red Bull handed Sergio Perez new power unit components of an internal combustion engine, MGU-H, MGU-K, and traction control, taking him to the limit in allowance with each.

Read more: Red Bull warn Verstappen facing the 'inevitable' this season

Wolff addresses Hamilton Ferrari switch after British GP win

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff insists he has no regrets over Lewis Hamilton's decision to exit the squad at the end of the season after witnessing the seven-time F1 champion end two and a half years of hurt.

Hamilton prevailed at last weekend's British Grand Prix, winning his first race since late 2021, ending a barren run of 56 races spanning 946 days.

Read more: Wolff addresses Hamilton Ferrari switch after British GP win

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Sainz 'struggling to follow' F1 rules at 300kph

Carlos Sainz feels F1's rules of engagement have become too complex, underlined by the recent Max Verstappen-Lando Norris duel in the Austrian Grand Prix that has sparked so much debate.

The Red Bull and McLaren drivers were involved in a bitter battle for the race victory at the Red Bull Ring that resulted in a clash of wheels, a puncture apiece, and retirement for the Briton, whilst the stewards handed the three-time F1 champion a 10-second penalty for causing a collision.

Read more: Sainz 'struggling to follow' F1 rules at 300kph

Perez facing Red Bull axe if slump continues - Button

Sergio Perez can soon expect to be axed by Red Bull if he does not start collecting points to aid the team in its bid to retain its F1 constructors' championship.

Jenson Button, the 2009 F1 champion, feels Perez's shocking run of form can no longer be tolerated by team principal Christian Horner, who will be running the rule over reserve driver Liam Lawson at Silverstone on Thursday.

Read more: Perez facing Red Bull axe if slump continues - Button

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Bearman coy over Hamilton's seat despite Ferrari 'dream'

2025 Haas F1 driver Oliver Bearman has remained coy on the idea he could potentially replace Lewis Hamilton at Ferrari.

Bearman was announced over the British Grand Prix weekend as a full-time Haas driver from next season, and will become one of four Britons on the grid, after Hamilton, George Russell and Lando Norris.

Read more: Bearman coy over Hamilton's seat despite Ferrari 'dream'

Bizarre reason explained behind Ferrari's shock F1 slump

The major upgrade package on the Ferrari this year has not been integrated without problems, with the SF24 car proposing at high speed.

This has nothing to do with a miscorrelation between the simulator and on-track data, but is related to the fact that the upgrade works too well for the already existing platform of the SF24.

Read more: Bizarre reason explained behind Ferrari's shock F1 slump

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