Mclaren x1, Sauber x2, Toro Rosso x2, Williams x1 4 Races left, who is inline to the throne?
Today, I suggest we saw the start of “exploring options”. Back up plans. With Felipe who returned from his departure to fill an empty seat and act as a mentor for Stroll probably reaching the limit of what he has to offer, expectations are that his seat will become available next year.
...A spring, weighing just 700 grammes, from the back of Jensen Buttons car had somehow penetrated the top of his visor and injured Massa above the left eye, perilously close to the cornea. The accident came six days after 18-year-old Henry Surtees died of injuries received when he was struck on the head by an errant wheel in another freak accident during a Formula Two race at Brands Hatch. Both events sparking the start of the enclosed cockpit debate still going on today. Massa demonstrated remarkable courage to clamber back into an F1 cockpit just 11 weeks later. His last podium was before his retirement at the 2015 Italian Grand Prix...
Dave Redding has finally been appointed team manager at the Williams F1 Team. His departure from McLaren was reported in February this year. Redding will take up the role from the July 17, and will be responsible for the overall management of the operational and sporting aspects of the race team taking over from Steve Nielsen.
Lance Stroll’s improved qualifying result is now being (as reported yesterday by TJ13) attributed to a private test at Austin in the ’14 Williams and, as suggested by Peter Windsor some sessions with noted F1 driver whisperer Rob Wilson.
After an almost "Charlie Bucket" style golden ticket into F1 Former F3 champion Lance Stroll heads into his home GP with zero points from the first 6 races and a fair share of criticism that spurred on deputy team principal Claire Williams to publicly state to the critics that "Lance Stroll should be given a … Continue reading Lance Stroll not feeling pressure from team or home GP