This week's episode: We return to discuss the latest silly season news including updates on Sebastien Bourdais, James Hinchcliffe and Fernando Alonso.
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Having pipped ART's Marcus Armstrong to the top spot on Thursday, Deletraz - testing for Charouz - edged another Ferrari junior Robert Shwartzman by setting a 1m50.124s with five minutes to go in the afternoon session.
Prema driver Shwartzman himself had overhauled Deletraz by just over a hundredth of a second a few minutes prior, and wound up 0.052s adrift at the chequered flag.
None of the ...Keep reading
Alonso: Indy 500 is “the main priority” Motorsport.com, Edition: Global
While his long-standing ties with McLaren would suggest that Alonso will compete for Arrow McLaren SP (formerly Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports), he is known to have also remained in contact with Michael Andretti, who ran him in the 2017 edition of the race.
However, rejoining that team would require the acquiescence of Honda Japan, who was infuriated by the level of criticism its Formula 1 ...Keep reading
Schumacher – son of seven-time F1 champion Michael – drove Ferrari and Alfa Romeo’s current F1 cars in tests this year alongside his F2 programme in 2019.
In F2 he took a win in Hungary and finished 12th in the standings in his rookie year while racing for Prema Racing, which he will return to next year.
Motorsport.com sources indicate that Schumacher was being evaluated for the Alfa ...Keep reading