In this GPFans Summary We briefly take you along today’s most read Formula 1 news. Below you will find the most discussed topics of the Royal Motorsport class, grouped into one article. This way you will be fully informed of all the developments within a few minutes.
Haas announced today that Antonio Giovinazzi will be driving two free training sessions this season, Helmut Marko claimed the Red Bull drivers don’t earn much at all and Pedro de la Rosa has seen a huge difference between Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc and Verstappen. by Juan Pablo Montoya. This is the GPFans Summary From Monday 22 August.
De la Rosa: This is the biggest difference between Verstappen and Leclerc
Max Verstappen will emerge this weekend by 80 points as the World Cup leader at the start of the Grand Prix in Belgium. Red Bull driver Charles Leclerc drove a decent distance in the first half of the season. Pedro de la Rosa, a former Formula 1 driver, believes he knows how to distinguish himself from his rival. Read more? click here!
This is the latest weather forecast for the spa: a real chance of heavy rain
Formula 1 will resume this weekend with the Belgian Grand Prix. This first race will take place after the summer break at Spa-Francorchamps in Stavelot and there is absolutely no guarantee of dry weather. We’ve dived into the latest weather forecast for this weekend. Read more? click here!
Top tennis player Medvedev admired: ‘I respect Verstappen’
Daniil Medvedev has impressed Max Verstappen and his performance this year and last year. And the talented tennis player will discuss the championship and the Hungarian Grand Prix, which Verstappen admired. Read more? click here!
Marko responds to criticism of Red Bull coaching: “95% get paid much more”
Dr. Helmut Marko understands little of the criticism that regularly revolves around Red Bull’s training programme. It is said that the Austrian racing stable drops its talents a lot, but according to Marko, this is not true. According to him, drivers make a very good living. Read more? click here!
Montoya sees a quandary for Verstappen: ‘Max has to be really careful with that’
Juan Pablo Montoya knows that Max Verstappen has an edge in the fight for the world championship in the second half of the season. However, the world champion Colombian warns of next weekend in Belgium. Read more? click here!
Haas announces Giovinazzi’s return to F1 for two free training sessions
The Haas Formula 1 team has announced that Antonio Giovinazzi will be back behind the wheel of a Formula 1 car. The former Alfa Romeo driver can show his qualities during the first free practice of both the Italian Grand Prix and the United States Grand Prix. Read more? click here!
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