Meanwhile in F1 | Piastri and Alonso exchange helmets: ‘I already had his kart, now his helmet too!’

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Meanwhile in F1 |  Piastri and Alonso exchange helmets: 'I already had his kart, now his helmet too!'

Between all the important news, you can miss quite a few things during a Grand Prix weekend. Don’t worry, will keep you informed of all the sense and nonsense from the world of Formula 1 in the Meanwhile in F1 section.

Piastri and Alonso exchange helmets: ‘I already had his kart, now his helmet too!’

Oscar Piastri and Fernando Alonso exchange their helmets prior to the Brazilian Grand Prix and the Australian seems to be very happy with that. When Piastri was still karting, he already drove Alonso’s kart, and now he can also add a helmet of the two-time world champion to his collection. “I already had his kart, now his helmet too!” Piastri said on his official channels.

Hamilton honors Senna with a very special outfit

Lewis Hamilton is known for his special clothing style, but in Brazil the seven-time world champion and honorary citizen of Brazil went even further. A photo of Ayrton Senna was painted on the back of his leather jacket. His helmet will have the colors of Brazil this weekend.

Leclerc is amazed at the Senna Institute in São Paolo

Charles Leclerc was invited by Instituto Ayrton Senna, the institution of the F1 legend, to take a look. The Monegasque was amazed when he was allowed to view and even hold Senna’s car, helmet and more. It was a special day for Leclerc.

Verstappen shares plans for the sprint race

The last sprint race of the season is scheduled for this weekend, and Verstappen is now releasing his plan for this short Saturday race: ‘Go full speed, and don’t take your foot off the accelerator!’

Mick Schumacher with Fast & F1urious video in Tokyo

Formula 1 was recently in Japan, and as reserve driver Mick Schumacher must also be there. If you have a driver who doesn’t have too much to do, it would be better to use him for some promotional work, Mercedes must have thought. It resulted in the following beautiful Fast & F1urious film, with strong Paul Walker vibes.

Looking back at Verstappen’s crazy rain race in 2016

Max Verstappen has already achieved many special achievements, but a race that is still etched in the memory of many Formula 1 fans is the rain race in Brazil in 2016. For example, Verstappen overtook Nico Rosberg from the outside in a phenomenal way and flew he went from sixteenth to third position in a short time in the final phase, but this drift was also certain.

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Rusk with mice at Williams: Vowles has become a father

There is a party to celebrate at Williams, team boss James Vowles has become a father. His wife, Rachel, gave birth to a baby girl. Williams congratulates her team boss through her official channels and shares a sweet photo of the couple and their newborn child.

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Verstappen takes his role as caddy seriously and gives Pérez a small massage

Max Verstappen himself has often stated that he has nothing to do with golf. Yet the Red Bull Racing driver plays the role of caddy well. He’s even so nice that he gives teammate Sergio Pérez a little massage.

Verstappen surprised in role as Pérez’s caddy: ‘What should I get for him?’

Max Verstappen and Sergio Pérez have competed against a professional golfer. Verstappen briefly played the role of caddy, the golfer’s assistant, but that did not go completely smoothly. The Dutchman didn’t know which club to give to his teammate, so he just asked.

Red Bull and AlphaTauri drivers give each other language lessons

In a new video on Red Bull Racing’s official Instagram channel, Red Bull drivers Max Verstappen and Sergio Pérez and AlphaTauri drivers Yuki Tsunoda and Liam Lawson are challenged to translate certain racing terms into their own languages. Terms such as ‘steering wheel’ and ‘racing suit’ are translated by the drivers into Dutch, Spanish and Japanese.

Crash between Pérez and Leclerc filmed from the stands: disappointment clearly audible

The crash between Sergio Pérez and Charles Leclerc was a topic of discussion after the Mexican Grand Prix. After all, the home hero was out of the race in the first corner of the first lap. It is clear from the images recorded from the stands that the Mexican fans were disappointed.

Verstappen plays a special game and guesses quotes from a karting incident with Leclerc

Max Verstappen has played a very special game on TikTok. The Red Bull Racing driver had to guess the quotes from the interviews after a karting incident with Charles Leclerc. That interview went viral due to Verstappen’s anger and Leclerc’s special pronunciation of the word incident.

‘Ki ki ki’ and ‘ra ra ra’ make a comeback in interview with Ricciardo

Daniel Ricciardo is known for his funny interviews and sometimes random statements, and he sometimes shouts ‘ki ki ki!’ and is accompanied by some other sounds. Since Ricciardo wasn’t in the mood for a while we haven’t heard it for a while, but after the good results at the 2023 Mexican Grand Prix it made a comeback. Lando Norris completed Ricciardo’s slogan.

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Verstappen makes Mexican fan happy: ‘But I don’t need her brother’

Prior to the GP weekend in Mexico, Red Bull feared for the safety of Max Verstappen, but the Dutchman can also count on the necessary support in the home country of his teammate Sergio Pérez. At Viaplay, a Mexican fan wanted to go to great lengths for a special tattoo. Verstappen complied with her request, but he kindly thanked her for her proposed consideration.

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Crash Pérez looks familiar to Hamilton: ‘He imitated my action in Qatar’

Lewis Hamilton had to laugh in the cooldown room when he saw the images of Sergio Pérez’s crash. The Mercedes driver saw similarities between the Mexican’s crash and Hamilton’s crash in Qatar. The other incidents of the Mexican Grand Prix are also discussed in detail by the podium customers.

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Verstappen teases Viaplay reporter with PSV – Ajax result: ‘5-2!’

Max Verstappen started the Mexican Grand Prix in a good mood. Earlier in the day, PSV managed to beat Ajax at home by a wide margin. The Red Bull Racing driver took his moment during a short interview with Viaplay reporter Chiel van Koldenhoven. “5-2!” Verstappen started the interview laughing, before answering questions about Sunday’s race.

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