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Wolff coy over Antonelli as Ferrari backed to win 2024 title - RacingNews365 Review

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Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has confirmed that junior driver Kimi Antonelli is an option to replace Lewis Hamilton in 2025, although the Austrian fears drowning the "young kid".

Antonelli has been tipped as a future star in Formula 1 and is widely regarded as the hottest prospect since three-time world champion Max Verstappen.

READ MORE: Wolff concerned replacing Hamilton with young star could 'drown' him

Arnoux warns Red Bull over Ferrari 2024 potential

Ex-Formula 1 driver Rene Arnoux believes Ferrari has a strong chance of winning the Constructors' Championship this season.

The seven-time Grand Prix pointed to a stronger line-up at the Italian squad as a key advantage over Red Bull in the title fight.

READ MORE: Arnoux warns Red Bull over Ferrari 2024 potential

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Red Bull chief reveals insight into F1 success

In an exclusive interview with RacingNews365, Red Bull technical director Pierre Wache has detailed the finer details behind his squad's success.

Red Bull has enjoyed a highly dominant period over the last two years, cruising to world championship success with Max Verstappen.

READ MORE: Red Bull chief reveals insight into F1 success

Vettel racing return verdict delivered by F1 fans

Formula 1 fans have revealed their desire to see Sebastian Vettel return to motorsport in the near future.

Vettel bowed out of racing at the end of the 2022 season when he brought the curtain down on a highly successful 17-year stint in F1.

READ MORE: Vettel racing return verdict delivered by F1 fans

Ex-F1 team boss blasts 'unacceptable' Williams

Ex-Formula 1 team owner Eddie Jordan has been left “staggered” by Williams' “unacceptable” situation at the Australian Grand Prix.

Alex Albon suffered a heavy crash during FP1 which forced Williams to retire his chassis for the weekend, and with no spare chassis available, Albon was given Sargeant's car for the remainder of the event.

READ MORE: Ex-F1 team boss blasts 'unacceptable' Williams

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