McLaren’s Andreas Seidl has “a lot of hope” Formula 1 will eventually be able to get rid of DRS if next season’s technical regulations produce closer racing.
Daniel Ricciardo tells RaceFans how he bounced back from his “lowest low” to win at Monza – and why he would never have been a Red Bull driver in 2021.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl admitted the team made a mistake by not ordering Lando Norris to pit when the rain intensified in the final laps of the Russian Grand Prix.
McLaren believe they will still be able to fight for a strong points finish in tomorrow’s Belgian Grand Prix despite Lando Norris’ huge crash in Q3.
Daniel Ricciardo attributed his best result since joining McLaren partly to the characteristics of the Silverstone circuit.
Daniel Ricciardo was left feeling “really low” after the Styrian GP, but the second race at the Red Bull Ring “got some enjoyment back” for him
In the round-up: Alonso impressed by Alpine’s Imola upgrade package • Di Resta named as McLaren reserve • “F1 needs a proper fight” – Verstappen
Carlos Sainz Jnr’s performance this year demonstrates why Ferrari were so keen to sign him, says McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl.
In the round-up: McLaren has come a long way under Seidl – Sainz • Formula E confirms Saudi night race • Tennis star Murray joins call for Hamilton to receive knighthood
“If you want chaos and carnage and drivers being made to idiots there are other categories and sports out there you can go and watch” complained one driver after the Turkish Grand Prix.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl says the team must focus on maximising its qualifying pace to stand the best chance of beating their rivals to third place in the constructors championship.
Formula 1 faces a choice between simplifying future power units or keeping them as ‘leading edge’ technology, which manufacturers should be involved in, according to the McLaren team boss.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl says he understands and shares Carlos Sainz Jnr’s frustration over the number of points he has lost due to problems outside his control this year.
McLaren Formula 1 team principal Andreas Seidl hopes the sport can one day remove performance-levelling rules and “artificial overtaking devices”.
McLaren’s Team Principal, has said that the proposed F1 budget cap needs to be “a lot lower” to be sustainable for a majority of F1 teams.
McLaren has announced Andreas Seidl, the former boss of Porsche’s LMP1 WEC squad, will become the new managing director of its Formula 1 team.