Why 2020 will be Racing Point's true test of progress
After financial turmoil plagued the end of its Force India days, the Racing Point team has been rejuvenated by Lawrence Stroll's ownership. Although 2019's performances were affected by a hangover from its money troubles, 2020 will be the clearest indication of the team's progress
In many respects, the Australian Grand Prix will be the real start of Racing Point's tenure under fashion mogul Lawrence Stroll.
When the billionaire Canadian businessman saved the team - then known as Force India - in the summer of 2018, numerous elements of the 2019 were already fixed in place, having been developed in a way that saved money. When the design process began, the team was struggling and didn't have a lot of resources to spare for its longer-term future - which impinged on the eventual RP19's overall performance.
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Driver-turned-DJ Jaime Alguersuari lost his love for motorsport when he was booted out of Formula 1 just as he was starting to polish his rough edges. Having drifted from category to category then turned his back on racing altogether in 2015, he’s come full circle and is planning a return in karts for fun
While Mercedes struck back against Red Bull by topping the times at Imola on Friday ahead of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, the overall picture remains incredibly close. Despite having a possible edge this weekend, the reigning Formula 1 world champion squad is not taking anything for granted...
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For too long, F1's richest teams have justified being able to spend as much as they want because that's the way they've always conducted their business. STUART CODLING says that's no reason not to kick a bad habit
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