Friday, October 18, 2019

Formula 1 now likely to drop 2020 reversed grid format trials - Autosport

Formula 1 looks set to abandon attempts to trial different race weekend formats in 2020, after teams failed to get behind the idea of reverse grids experiments earlier this week

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F1 set to abandon reverse grid idea for 2020 - Motorsport.com

The sport's owner Liberty Media has been evaluating ways to spice up the show, and was hoping to test out three reverse grid qualifying races next year to see what impact they had on the spectacle.
The idea was that at three grands prix – France, Belgium and Russia – F1's normal qualifying session would be replaced with a short race whose grid was put together in reverse championship ...Keep reading

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Sainz splits Hamilton, Verstappen in Autosport readers' F1 ratings - Autosport

McLaren's underdog star Carlos Sainz Jr has got between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen at the top of Autosport readers' Formula 1 driver rankings after the Japanese Grand Prix

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Sainz splits Hamilton, Verstappen in Autosport readers' F1 ratings - Autosport

McLaren's underdog star Carlos Sainz Jr has got between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen at the top of Autosport readers' Formula 1 driver rankings after the Japanese Grand Prix

Read more: Sainz splits Hamilton, Verstappen in Autosport readers' F1 ratings - Autosport

Petrobras set to terminate McLaren sponsorship deal - Motorsport.com

Petrobras, which is 64 percent owned by the Brazilian government through direct and indirect means, announced last year that it would be tying up with McLaren from the start of this season with a long-term technical partnership.
But in May, Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro took to social media to reveal that on his orders he wanted the original five-year partnership to be called off.
"In ...Keep reading

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McLaren's Petrobras F1 deal opposed by President Bolsonaro to end - Autosport

The McLaren Formula 1 team's sponsorship deal with Brazilian oil company Petrobras looks set to be brought to an official end within a matter of days, Autosport has learned

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McLaren's Petrobras F1 deal opposed by President Bolsonaro to end - Autosport

The McLaren Formula 1 team's sponsorship deal with Brazilian oil company Petrobras looks set to be brought to an official end within a matter of days, Autosport has learned

Read more: McLaren's Petrobras F1 deal opposed by President Bolsonaro to end - Autosport