- Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko says the team "had to react" and swap Pierre Gasly out for Alexander Albon after his difficult start to the season, citing some of the weak areas for the Frenchman (Auto Bild)

- Speaking for the first time since Gasly's exit and Albon's appointment, Max Verstappen was fairly non-plussed about who he would be partnered with at Red Bull - but said it was a shame for Gasly (De Telegraaf)

- Gasly reportedly only learned of his demotion from Red Bull to Toro Rosso a few hours before the announcement was made (RMC Sport)

- Lewis Hamilton has targeted a qualifying improvement through the remainder of the F1 season, having taken pole at just one-third of the races so far this year (Formula1.com)

- Haas is hoping to help Pietro Fittipaldi in his push to gain an F1 Super Licence in the near future, but is uneasy about taking practice time away from Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen amid the team's current struggles (Motorsport Week)

- SportPesa's recent cancellation of its sports sponsorships will have no impact on its agreement with Racing Point (RaceFans.net)

- Jaguar's Formula E team is willing to bide its time before making a call on its final line-up for the upcoming season as it waits to see what F1 driver market movements happen over the summer (e-racing365)

 

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