F1 Review

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolf believes that Ferrari have closed the gap on his team and were faster in pre-season testing.

“I expect our team to be pushed to the limits,” the Briton said ahead of Sunday’s opening Australian Grand Prix.

Britains’ hopes are on drivers Lando Norris, Lewis Hamilton and George Russell. This is a rare chance for drivers to be equal on the track.

Although Ferrari are faster, the competition is not all about speed. “The most adaptable and agile team will come out on top this season,” said Wolf.

In 1929 the famous Italian racing company Ferrari was first established. In order to celebrate this, the Maranello marque named their new car SF90 in tribute. There will also be a livery for the Melbourne opening. The crowd will be able to witness the ’90 Years’ logo on Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc’s overalls, and some of the team’s track equipment.

Robert Kubica returns to racing for the Williams team after being absent from the sport for several years following a horrific crash during a rally competition.

Kubica said his last race was in Abu Dhabi 2010. “So I am looking forward to going to Australia with a few things to cover and learn”. It is obvious that this will be an overwhelming feeling when he hits the track.

Formula 1 gets underway in Australia this weekend. Britains hopes are on British drivers Lando Norris, Lewis Hamilton and George Russell. This is a rare chance for drivers to be equal on the track. Mercedes will be heading to Melbourne and their team principle Toto Wolff expects his team to be ‘pushed to our limits’.

Mercedes are adamant that Ferrari were faster in pre-season testing. Although Ferrari are faster, the competition is not all about speed. It’s about the team working with one another to be clever in their movements. Wolff said “The most adaptable and agile team will come out on top this season.”

In 1929 the famous Italian racing company Ferrari was first established. In order to celebrate this, the Maranello marque named their new car SF90 in tribute. There will also be a livery for the Melbourne opening. The crowd will be able to witness the ’90 Years’ logo on Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc’s overalls, and some of the team’s track equipment.

Robert Kubica return’s after being away from the sport for many years. As he lines up on the grid in Australia next weekend, he will be competing for Williams. Kubica says “My last Formula 1 race was in Abu Dhabi 2010, so I am looking forward to going to Australia with a few things to cover and learn”. It is obvious that this will be an overwhelming when he hits the track.