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F1 driver market: Contenders for 2023 seats with Daniel Ricciardo, Mick Schumacher future unclear

(From left to right) Daniel Ricciardo, Pierre Gasly, Mick Schumacher and Nick de Vries Zhou Guanyu’s contract renewal at Alfa Romeo closed another door in Formula 1’s 2023 driver market – and made the remaining seats more attractive to established and emerging racing stars. As the competitive market continues to shape deep into the 2022 …

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The Alps inquire of Pierre Gasly about Formula 1 2023 as Red Bull opens the door while waiting for Oscar Piastre

The Alps still see a way back for Oscar Piastre while they wait for the Contract Recognition Board’s decision, but Sky Sports understands that Pierre Gasly is their preferred driver; Red Bull boss Christian Horner is preparing to release Gasly, while Esteban Ocon wants to release Mick Schumacher in 2023 Written by Matt Morledge and …

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Nicholas Latifi and Williams split at the end of the 2022 F1 season

Williams Racing and Nicholas Latifi will diverge from each other after the conclusion of the 2022 F1 season; Alex Albon will run for next year and beyond, and Williams Racing will announce the full lineup for 2023 drivers in time. Last update: 09/23/22 10:48 AM Nicholas Latifi to leave Williams at the end of the …

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Stefano Domenicali, president of Formula 1, says the sport does not need new teams despite the lack of seats for drivers

Stefano Domenicali, President and CEO of Formula 1, says adding new teams to the grid is “not a priority”; Audi will join F1 as an engine manufacturer from 2026 while Porsche also wants to join after a deal with Red Bull collapsed. Last update: 09/21/22 6:17 AM Please use Chrome browser for an accessible video …

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Formula 1 confirms Belgian Grand Prix will remain on the 2023 calendar

Stefano Domenicali, F1 chief executive, has confirmed exclusively to Sky Sports that Spa will remain on the 2023 calendar; There has been speculation that the historical track could be lost amid the influx of new arenas; Watch the Belgian Grand Prix live on Sky Sports F1 at 2pm on Sunday Last update: 08/28/22 1:37 PM …

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