Daniil Kvyat

No more race victory target in 2019 – Horner

After three races in 2019, Red Bull no longer has a target for the number of race wins. After three races in 2019, Red Bull no longer has a target for the number of race wins. Prior to the season, buoyed by the promise of the new works Red Bull-Honda pairing, Dr Helmut Marko said he wanted five victories before the season finale in December. “We all know that Helmut is an optimist,” team boss Christian Horner smiled in China. “The truth is that we have no target for the number of wins. Our goal is to reduce the gap to the leaders,” he said. Horner was speaking after both he and Marko acknowledged that Red Bull currently has an “aerodynamic problem”, although things looked better in China. “At the moment the maximum we can do is score points,”...

Red Bull return for Kvyat ‘possible’ – Aleshin

A Russian racing driver says it is possible Daniil Kvyat will return to Red Bull Racing. A Russian racing driver says it is possible Daniil Kvyat will return to Red Bull Racing. Former Red Bull Racing driver Kvyat’s F1 career seemed over at the end of 2017, where after a complex run of difficult form he was dropped from the junior team Toro Rosso. But Mikhail Aleshin, a former Indycar and now Le Mans driver, says it is now possible Kvyat will return to Red Bull. “It was very good to see Kvyat showing his character and not letting Pierre Gasly go past in Melbourne,” he told Russia’s Sportbox. “It is hard to know why Gasly drove so inexpressively, but if Kvyat continues in the same spirit, we can all have hope that Daniil could move to the stronger team. “...

Lewis Hamilton clocks fastest time in Australian Grand Prix opening practice

Lewis Hamilton bagged early bragging rights over rival Sebastian Vettel after clocking the fastest time in opening practice for the Australian Grand Prix. Ferrari may have had the edge after pre-season testing in Barcelona, but it was the Mercedes driver who set the pace with a lap of one minute 23.599 seconds on soft tyres. In response to the reigning champion, Charles Leclerc gave an indication of what the Ferrari was capable of, recording a lap of one minute 23.673 seconds, before Vettel went four-hundredths of a second quicker for second place with one minute 23.637 seconds. The reigning world champion, @LewisHamilton starts 2019 where he finished 2018, P1 #AusGP #F1 pic.twitter.com/dqfxAANxCV — Australian Grand Prix #AusGP (@ausgrandprix) March 15, 2019 Red Bull’s Max Verstappen recor...

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