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#F1 A deep dive into what's new and what's going to change on Mercedes new F1 challenger! By Craig Scarborough
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Thierry Marc Boutsen (BEL) (Sasol Jordan), Jordan 193 - Hart 1035 3.5 V10
1993 British Grand Prix, Silverstone Circuit
https://f1-history.deviantart.com/art/Thierry-Boutsen-Great-Britain-1993-734360547
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Hugh Peter Martin Donnelly (GBR) (Camel Team Lotus), Lotus 102 - Lamborghini 3512, 3.5 V12
1990 Monaco Grand Prix, Circuit de Monaco
https://f1-history.deviantart.com/art/Martin-Donnelly-Monaco-1990-734363461
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Gerhard Berger (AUT) (Honda Marlboro McLaren), McLaren MP4/5B - Honda RA100-E 3.5 V10
1990 United States Grand Prix, Phoenix Street Circuit © McLaren Racing Ltd.
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#F1 Carlos Sainz is enjoying working and racing with Renault, and believes his future could be with the promising French outfit rather than with Red Bull.

Sainz: "Definitely the future could be with Renault and I'm ready for it if it comes. I'm loving it, especially because the team is just moving forward. Investment is coming, all the mechanics and engineers just feel this vibe."
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#F1 Max Verstappen says he will remain his aggressive self in the future, but will look at potential situations with better judgment.

Verstappen: "It was not my best race, but I don't have to think about it anymore. I've learned from it and I'm looking forward. I will not be less aggressive, but I will look at a situation better."
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#F1 Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton will bounce back from his dip in form in the last two Formula 1 grands prix, according to former teammate Nico Rosberg.

Hamilton: "When it doesn't go perfectly, he starts to lose that edge a little bit and a touch of motivation and then just struggles for a while. You have to maximise those races because Lewis always comes back. Sebastian [Vettel] failed to do that [in China] which is a big setback for him."
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#F1 Lewis Hamilton says winning the 2018 Formula 1 world championship would mean even more to him given the tough nature of the competition he is facing.

Hamilton: “Who knows what the season holds. If we continue the way it is it’s going to be tough to win. If there is an opportunity and we were to finish on top it would mean even more because it’s an even tougher season than before. "
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#F1 Max Verstappen's mistakes remind his team boss Christian Horner of when four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel was first racing for the Red Bull Formula 1 team.

Horner: "Yes, he's made some mistakes. I remember when we had Sebastian at a similar stage in his career, it wasn't uncommon that he also made some mistakes. I think he'd [Max] have learned a lot. He will put that to good use in the future, in the coming races."
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#F1 Mercedes chief strategist James Vowles says his team is not the only frontrunning Formula 1 outfit struggling to hit the sweet spot with Pirelli tyres in all conditions.

Vowles: “At some corners, where they’re tight and twisty, you generate a lot of temperature. Other corners like the back end of the straight into Turn 14 [in China], you cool the tyres right down. And all teams are working their hardest to try and achieve that, but as you can imagine it’s difficult to get it all coming together at once.”
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