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F1 gossip: Long Beach, Lewis Hamilton, Robert Kubica, Sebastian Vettel

Formula 1 could return to southern California after the Long Beach city council hired a consultant to assess whether it should switch to F1 instead of hosting IndyCar. The city last staged F1 in 1983. (Long Beach Gazette)

Sauber are close to a deal to run Honda engines for the 2018 season, replacing current supplier Ferrari. (Autosport)

Meanwhile, Honda could be helped to become more competitive by the Formula 1 strategy group which may opt to waive penalties for excess component use.(Eurosport)

Daniil Kvyat on Russian television
Toro Rosso’s Russian driver Daniil Kvyat does the domestic media rounds ahead of his home Grand Prix

Toro Rosso driver Daniil Kvyat appeared on Russian television to promote his home grand prix this weekend.

Pole Robert Kubica – who has not raced in F1since a bad rally crash in 2011 – says he is not ruling out a return to the sport. (Sokolim Okiem via F1Today)

Monday, 24 April

Former world champion Jacques Villeneuve has separated F1 drivers into two classes: Alonsos and Rosbergs. (AS via

Former F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone appears far from happy with how the sport is being run. (Daily Express)

Ex-Formula 1 driver Juan Pablo Montoya hopes more drivers follow Alonso’s lead in branching out to events like the Indianapolis 500.(Autosport)

McLaren CEO Zak Brown has said that their run at the 101st Indianapolis 500 next month with Andretti Autosport-Honda may not be their only attempts at winning the event. (

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton hopes McLaren and Williams can revive their flagging Formula 1 fortunes and fight him for world championship titles before he retires. (Autosport)

Red Bull expect to make a « significant step forward » with a « massive » upgrade due for the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona. (ESPN)


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