Meanwhile in F1 | Russell gives an insight into training work for the Japanese Grand Prix

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Meanwhile in F1 |  Russell gives an insight into training work for the Japanese Grand Prix

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Russell gives an insight into training work for the Japanese Grand Prix

George Russell did not reach the end of the race in Australia after an unusual action by Fernando Alonso. However, the Mercedes driver has already put the situation behind him and is fully preparing for the Japanese Grand Prix, which is scheduled for next weekend.

Bottas with matching music in the kitchen

Valtteri Bottas has not yet been able to achieve many successes on the asphalt in 2024, but the Finn is going crazy on social media. This time the Stake driver was in the kitchen, where he relatively successfully turned an omelet, with appropriate music: Egg Man by Beastie Boys.

Pérez holds the steering wheel while Verstappen takes off: “Fasten your seatbelt!”

During a Red Bull challenge on the beach in Melbourne, racing also took place, and the driver had to zigzag through the sand and collect a number of parts as quickly as possible to transport them back to the back of the car. Max Verstappen quickly almost forgot his seat belt, but teammate Sergio Pérez did not, so he held the steering wheel while Verstappen quickly put on his seat belt.

Verstappen senior celebrates anniversary

Today marks exactly thirty years since Jos Verstappen made his debut in Formula 1. His race in Brazil did not go well, but the Dutchman, who was Michael Schumacher’s teammate that year, did finish twice later in the 1994 season. stage.

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Pérez and Verstappen rush into battle with RB drivers: ‘Oh my god!’

Max Verstappen and Sergio Pérez did a challenge together with Daniel Ricciardo and Yuki Tsunoda where they had to zigzag across the beach and then load something onto the cars. Of course, this had to be done as quickly as possible and nothing was allowed to fall off the car, and that caused some stress.

Vettel gets behind the wheel again

Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel hung up his helmet after 2022, but the German was starting to get the itch again, who has gotten behind the wheel of a Porsche 963 again.

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Verstappen shares secret features of RB20, including Boredom Reduction System

Although Max Verstappen has a fast car, things did not go entirely as planned in Australia. Yet Verstappen shared some secret features of the car in an animation of Lollipopman. It has a built-in trophy cabinet, a Boredom Reduction System, and a place for some champagne.

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Iwasa very happy with official F1 debut: ‘I’m really looking forward to it’

Ayumu Iwasa, a Red Bull junior talent who was active in Formula 2 last year and now drives in Super Formula in Japan, will take charge of the first free practice at Suzuka with Visa Cash App RB. This means that Daniel Ricciardo will initially be on the sidelines. For Iwasa it will be his first participation in an official session, and the fact that this is in front of his own audience only makes him happier. It is an unorthodox choice by RB, as drivers usually only relinquish their FP1 session at the end of the season to comply with the regulations.

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Pérez tries to cheat in a game with Verstappen

Red Bull Racing’s marketing department often pits Max Verstappen and Sergio Pérez against each other in a game, quiz or other challenge, and this is the case again. Verstappen must write down a name and Pérez is not allowed to see which name the Dutchman writes down. And although the three-time world champion specifically says that the Mexican is not allowed to cheat, Pérez cannot resist the temptation.

Even the social media team Mercedes is no longer happy with it

Things are not going well for the Mercedes team, as the German team is having a bad start to the season. During the Australian Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton and George Russell were unable to score any points at all, and both drivers were unable to finish the race due to engine problems and a crash on the last lap respectively. Even Mercedes’ social media team now posts under a new profile photo, in response to team boss Toto Wolff, that it has ‘nothing to smile about’.

Verstappen keeps the bromance with Ricciardo alive: ‘Is this a Daniel quiz?’

Before the race in Australia, Max Verstappen and Sergio Pérez were asked for their opinion on, among other things, which of the drivers has a secret talent and who is the funniest. Verstappen answered many of these questions by Daniel Ricciardo, making him wonder whether it wasn’t secretly a ‘Daniel quiz’. Verstappen also said that he does not see himself becoming a presenter for Formula 1 in the future, and therefore does not follow in the footsteps of former Red Bull driver David Coulthard, because, in his own words, he swears ‘too much.’

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