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Verstappen quells Red Bull fears whilst a startling recovery is revisited - RacingNews365 Review

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Max Verstappen has quashed suggestions that he wants to jump ship now that Red Bull have potentially been caught by McLaren and Ferrari, with leaving the Austrians not being on his mind. 

After building a sizeable lead in the opening rounds of the 2024 F1 season, Verstappen has seen his championship advantage cut to just 31 points after finishing sixth in the Monaco Grand Prix. 

READ MORE: Verstappen quashes suggestions he wants to jump Red Bull ship

The ultimate recovery of an F1 giant

McLaren team principal Andrea Stella would have bitten your hand off 12 months ago if he was told that the Woking-based outfit would be in title contention after eight races in 2024. 

This time last season, the giant of Formula 1 was in a world of trouble and looking doomed for a bottom-half of the table finish in the constructors' championship.

READ MORE: The ultimate recovery of an F1 giant

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Verstappen offers F1 help to solve Monaco criticism

Max Verstappen has stated he is open to assisting Formula 1 with discovering solutions to improve the Monaco Grand Prix spectacle.

Last weekend's race was labelled boring by many fans with drivers struggling to overtake around the narrow venue.

READ MORE: Verstappen offers F1 help to solve Monaco criticism

Silly Season: Sainz holding the key for the bottom-half teams

Carlos Sainz is playing a key role in the 2025 Formula 1 driver market. 

As it stands, Mercedes does not seem a possibility for the current Ferrari driver, and Red Bull is also said to be on the verge of extending Sergio Perez's contract. As a result, Sainz will therefore not be reunited with his former team-mate Max Verstappen

READ MORE: Silly Season: Sainz holding the key for the bottom-half teams

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Poll: Will Red Bull ever promote Yuki Tsunoda?

In the last RacingNews365 poll, you delivered a resounding verdict as to who you felt Red Bull should sign for 2025.

It wasn't incumbent Sergio Perez or the soon-to-be unemployed Carlos Sainz, but a stunning 84.1% of votes cast were for Yuki Tsunoda

READ MORE: Poll: Will Red Bull ever promote Yuki Tsunoda?

Russell sends Mercedes' rivals warning over crucial F1 rule change

George Russell has declared that Mercedes is in a "really great place" with its 2026 power unit ahead of the rules revamp.

The turbo hybrid units are to undergo their biggest changes since adoption in 2014 for '26, with the MGU-H being ditched with beefed-up electrical systems set to boost power for drivers with the chassis also set to undergo major work. 

READ MORE: Russell sends Mercedes' rivals warning over crucial F1 rule change

Also interesting:

Is Ocon's future now in danger after the incident in Monaco? And has the track become too outdated for F1? In the latest episode of the RacingNews365.com podcast, Ian Parkes, Samuel Coop and Nick Golding look back at last weekend's Monaco Grand Prix. Tune in below!

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