Meanwhile in F1 | Verstappen one of the lead singers in Fast Car cover

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Meanwhile in F1 |  Verstappen one of the lead singers in Fast Car cover

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

Verstappen one of the lead singers in Fast Car cover

Max Verstappen and several colleagues, including Lewis Hamilton Fernando Alonso, star in the animated cover of Tracy Chapman’s song Fast Car below. Where Lewis Hamilton is known for his passion for singing, the Dutchman will have been happy that he didn’t have to sing this himself.

Top tennis player with striking question to Alonso: ’33 soon?’

Top tennis player Carlos Alcaraz has asked Fernando Alonso a striking question at the Miami Open. One Spaniard asks the other Spaniard whether there will be a 33rd soon. What does that 33 mean? That would be Alonso’s number of victories in Formula 1 if he manages to win a grand prix this season. Given the speed of the Aston Martin, we cannot rule out that Alcaraz, the current number one in the world, will soon receive an answer.

Bottas auctions special helmet inspired by Australia

Valtteri Bottas will wear a special helmet during the Australian Grand Prix. It is a special edition, inspired by the indigenous people of Australia. The helmet was designed in collaboration with Australian artist Ricky Kildea. The helmet will be auctioned after the race. The proceeds go to charity.

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Norris and Piastri get exclusive tour in new McLaren wind tunnel

McLaren is building new facilities. That means that Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri will already get an exclusive tour.

Red Bull is tearing along the coast of Australia

The teams are now all present in Australia and it is also time for Red Bull Racing to discover the country a bit. A video has recently been posted on Red Bull’s YouTube channel of Daniel Ricciardo tearing through the outback. The team’s Twitter account shows Red Bull on the Australian coast accompanied by an interesting little plane.

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Norris explores Australia and comes across a number of ‘special’ works of art

Lando Norris has already arrived in Australia. The Briton is still struggling with jet lag from the long flight, but that doesn’t stop him from exploring the area. Of course, Norris also brought his camera along to record a number of special works of art.

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Alonso gets hilarious photo in a playful way for race weekend in Melbourne

Fernando Alonso has brought back his photo that already caused hilarity in Jeddah. This time there is a small adjustment. The photo is reversed for the race down under.

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Ricciardo exchanges F1 circuit for Australian outback

The Grand Prix in Australia is almost upon us and will be the home race for Daniel Ricciardo. The third Red Bull Racing driver will probably not appear on track during the race weekend, but on Red Bull Racing’s Youtube channel he can still take a seat in the RB19. Only now he drives through the Australian outback!

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