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Massa segment: Mercedes still speedier, yet Ferrari can be champions

In his first segment of the 2017 Formula 1 season, Williams’s driver Felipe Massa relates his first race since delaying his retirement – and discusses the condition of play among the game’s leaders.

So here we are once more. In the wake of saying farewell toward the finish of 2016, it was not well before the Williams Martini Racing group inquired as to whether I needed to return. He was happy to say obviously, yes.

I spent a testing winter regarding physical planning, and the tests at Barcelona left me with a positive feeling: the new car felt great and, regardless of the possibility that the three days of testing were insufficient to comprehend it 100 percent, despite everything I cleared out for Melbourne feeling playful.

 

Sauber slams “dreadful and horrifying” Wehrlein feedback

Sauber group main Monisha Kaltenborn has marked feedback of Pascal Wehrlein’s choice to pull back from the Australian Grand Prix on wellness grounds “horrendous” and “horrifying”.

Wehrlein told the Swiss group after Friday’s practice session he had worries over his wellness, having endured a back harm in January’s Race of Champions occasion.

The German driver needed to miss the primary test at Barcelona in light of the harm and conceded he just acknowledged subsequent to driving on Friday that the preparation misfortune left him shy of full wellness.

 

WTCC forsakes joker laps idea for Marrakesh

Circuit confinements and government precariousness have constrained the WTCC to cross out its arrangement to actualise rallycross-style joker laps at the starting round of the season in Marrakesh.

Introducing joker laps at road occasions was initially declared with the distribution of the choices of the FIA World Motor Sports Council meeting last November, which expressed that examination concerning their appropriate usage was progressing.

 

Mercedes targets decreasing weight of its F1 car

Mercedes has conceded that the heaviness of its 2017 Formula 1 car is a region that needs take a shot at, as it offers to skip once again from thrashing at the Australian Grand Prix.

Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel proved to be the best at Albert Park after a finely-balanced F1 season opener that was successfully swung by Lewis Hamilton’s tire debasement not being in the same class as his rival’s.

 

Supposition: The driver who could make F1 2017 a three-way battle

Most savants are tipping the 2017 Formula 1 title fight to be battled between Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton after Melbourne – yet Valentin Khorounzhiy contends another driver is all around situated to make it a three-way battle.

In the midst of questions over nature of hustling, the early battles of title hopefuls Red Bull and the apparent inlet that remaining parts between the main three and the midfield. Formula 1 was fairly blessed that the Australian GP end of the week met up to portend a close title challenge amongst Mercedes and Ferrari.  

 

 
 

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