Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Marko: Loss of "constant companion" Lauda hard to take - Motorsport.com

Lauda, who was Mercedes’ non-executive chairman, passed away on Monday night aged 70, after battling health issues for almost a year.
Red Bull motorsport advisor Marko says he first met his fellow Austrian “around 1968” and the two followed each closely through their racing careers and later when they moved into non-driving roles.
“I knew he was not in a good condition, but still ...Keep reading

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Marko: F1's exceptional Niki Lauda was 'constant companion' to me - Autosport

Helmut Marko says the death of his "constant companion" three-time Formula 1 champion Niki Lauda is made "all the more painful" by their close friendship

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Marko: F1's exceptional Niki Lauda was 'constant companion' to me - Autosport

Helmut Marko says the death of his "constant companion" three-time Formula 1 champion Niki Lauda is made "all the more painful" by their close friendship

Read more: Marko: F1's exceptional Niki Lauda was 'constant companion' to me - Autosport

Kimi: Who cares about 300, I want points - PlanetF1

Kimi Raikkonen isn't fazed about hitting a F1 milestone in Monaco, rather he is "more interested" in the performance of his C38 and scoring points.

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‘STR reassuring me and giving me confidence’ - PlanetF1

His first official outing in a F1 car began with a spin, however, since then Alexander Albon has been one of the revelations of this season - and he thanks Toro Rosso for that.

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Brown: No plans to step back despite Seidl arrival - Motorsport.com

Seidl, who used to head Porsche's efforts in WEC, joined McLaren earlier this month and had his first race in his new role at the Spanish Grand Prix.
But while Seidl has been given responsibility for running the racing team, Brown says that does not mean that he will be lessening his own involvement in the outfit.
"No, no, no, I definitely don't take a step back," said Brown, when asked by ...Keep reading

Read more: Brown: No plans to step back despite Seidl arrival - Motorsport.com

Williams rethinks “critical” view of W Series | W Series - RaceFans

Williams team principal Claire Williams admits she has revised her view of all-women junior single-seater formula W Series having visited the first round of the championship in Hockenheim.

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Monaco Grand Prix: Can Mercedes be stopped in Monte Carlo? - BBC F1

Round six of the F1 championship heads to iconic Monaco where Mercedes are on a roll, legends can be made and famous faces are there to spot.

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Ricciardo: Monaco win is a stretch but… - PlanetF1

He has done it before and he would like to do it again, however, Daniel Ricciardo reckons winning the Monaco GP in his first year with Renault is a "stretch."

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Rio de Janeiro track layout revealed - PlanetF1

Plans for the Hermann Tilke-designed Rio de Janeiro circuit have been revealed, but it won't join the calendar until 2021.

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Vettel expects “difficult” Monaco Grand Prix for Ferrari | 2019 F1 Season - RaceFans

After failing to close the gap to Mercedes in Spain, Ferrari's season is unlikely to improve in Monaco according to Sebastian Vettel.

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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

W Series ‘smashed estimates’ with 400,000 UK viewers for championship’s first race | W Series - RaceFans

W Series attracted a far bigger UK television audience than was expected for its first live race, according to the all-female championship's CEO.

Read more: W Series ‘smashed estimates’ with 400,000 UK viewers for championship’s first race | W Series - RaceFans

Remembering Lauda: The comeback king who always spoke his mind - Motorsport.com

In this video, Andrew van de Burgt and Ben Anderson join Glenn Freeman to reflect on both parts of Lauda's career as a driver, his two remarkable comebacks and the success that followed each return.
We also look back on what Lauda stood for as a no-nonsense personality around the F1 paddock in the years after his driving retirement, including his turbulent time in charge at Jaguar, and the ...Keep reading

Read more: Remembering Lauda: The comeback king who always spoke his mind - Motorsport.com

Risk of rain falls for Monaco Grand Prix weekend | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix weather - RaceFans

Early weather forecasts indicated this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix would be wet, but conditions are now expected to be drier.

Read more: Risk of rain falls for Monaco Grand Prix weekend | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix weather - RaceFans

Can Mercedes return to Monaco’s top step? - PlanetF1

In this hybrid era of Formula 1, there are few tracks where Mercedes have gone two seasons without winning. Monaco is one of them, but with their current form, it'd take a brave man to bet against this changing...

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Button: What makes Monaco special - SkySports F1

"Exceptional". "Intense". "Extreme". "Special".

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Hamilton remembers ‘a bright light in my life’ - PlanetF1

Lewis Hamilton says he will miss the "conversations, our laughs, the big hugs" following the death of triple World Champion Niki Lauda.

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Horner predicts “very strong” Mercedes in Monaco | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Horner predicts "very strong" Mercedes in Monaco • Toyota given weight increase for Le Mans • More tributes to Lauda

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Niki Lauda: World champion Lewis Hamilton pays tribute to 'bright light in my life' - BBC F1

World champion Lewis Hamilton has paid tribute to Niki Lauda by saying he was "a bright light in my life".

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Video: What made 'unfiltered' Niki Lauda so special in F1 - Autosport

Tributes to Niki Lauda have been flowing in from across the motorsport world following the triple Formula 1 world champion's death on Monday

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Video: What made 'unfiltered' Niki Lauda so special in F1 - Autosport

Tributes to Niki Lauda have been flowing in from across the motorsport world following the triple Formula 1 world champion's death on Monday

Read more: Video: What made 'unfiltered' Niki Lauda so special in F1 - Autosport

Hamilton: Lauda my bright light - SkySports F1

Lewis Hamilton has paid a fulsome tribute to his "bright light" Niki Lauda after the Mercedes chairman and F1 legend passed away aged 70, saying he wouldn't have joined the Silver Arrows without him.

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Formula 1 on the BBC: Monaco Grand Prix radio & online coverage details - BBC F1

Follow the sixth race of the 2019 Formula 1 season across BBC Radio 5 Live, 5 Live Sports Extra, the BBC Sport website and mobile app.

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Codemasters teams up with Alonso for fourth instalment of Grid | Gaming - RaceFans

Codemasters will launch the fourth in its Grid series of games in September featuring input from two times world champion Fernando Alonso.

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Rio reveals definitive layout for F1 circuit - Motorsport.com

US consortium Rio Motorsports claims that on Monday it won a tender to build the new track.
It says it has been awarded a 35-year concession to build on military land, after emerging as the only group to submit a proposal.
Despite claims from Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro that the new Rio circuit would immediately take over the Brazilian GP from 2020, Interlagos is expected to host the ...Keep reading

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Niki Lauda’s five best races - PlanetF1

Niki Lauda passed away on Monday, leaving behind a legacy in Formula 1 matched by few if any. 

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New Rio track layout revealed but no F1 race to be held before 2021 - Autosport

A definitive layout has been revealed for the planned Rio de Janeiro circuit that wants to take over Formula 1's Brazilian Grand Prix slot, but only once Interlagos's deal expires

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New Rio track layout revealed but no F1 race to be held before 2021 - Autosport

A definitive layout has been revealed for the planned Rio de Janeiro circuit that wants to take over Formula 1's Brazilian Grand Prix slot, but only once Interlagos's deal expires

Read more: New Rio track layout revealed but no F1 race to be held before 2021 - Autosport

Giorgio Piola’s key cars of Niki Lauda’s awesome F1 career - Motorsport.com

March 721

March 721 1972 detailed overview
Photo by: Giorgio Piola

A development of the first car Niki Lauda drove in Formula 1, the March 721 retained the lozenge-shaped front end and the madcap "tea-tray" wing, but didn't live up to the success of the preceding 711 chassis.
After two races, the 'X' specification of car was rolled out with a transverse gearbox, but the package ...Keep reading

Read more: Giorgio Piola’s key cars of Niki Lauda’s awesome F1 career - Motorsport.com

Kyalami owner 'committed' to hosting grand prix amid F1 interest - Autosport

A South African Grand Prix at Kyalami could rejoin the Formula 1 calendar amid interest from championship bosses and a desire from the redeveloped circuit to host F1 again

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Kyalami owner 'committed' to hosting grand prix amid F1 interest - Autosport

A South African Grand Prix at Kyalami could rejoin the Formula 1 calendar amid interest from championship bosses and a desire from the redeveloped circuit to host F1 again

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McLaren: 2019 car responding in a way 2018 one didn't - Motorsport.com

The Woking-based outfit has come off the back of a difficult 2018 campaign, when a switch from Honda to Renault engines exposed problems with its team and prompted a major reshuffle of the organisation.
Newly-appointed team principal Andreas Seidl's first race with the outfit in Spain coincided with a major car update, which included a shift of concept for its front wing design.

Read ...Keep reading

Read more: McLaren: 2019 car responding in a way 2018 one didn't - Motorsport.com

Button is adamant the excitement is coming - PlanetF1

Despite Mercedes' run of five successive 1-2 results, Jenson Button believes the Monaco and Montreal races "will definitely mix the championship up."

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Honda can now target Mercedes, says Gasly - Motorsport.com

With Ferrari widely believed to have the best engine in F1, Gasly thinks that Honda's step forward in 2019 means it is now within reach of Mercedes – which once had the benchmark power unit.
Asked how far behind Mercedes Honda was, Gasly said: "Not too far. At the moment, Ferrari clearly stands out in terms of straightline speed. The one we need to target, Mercedes, is sort of more or less in ...Keep reading

Read more: Honda can now target Mercedes, says Gasly - Motorsport.com

Video: Piola's best moments from 50 years attending the Monaco GP - Autosport

Legendary technical illustrator Giorgio Piola is celebrating 50 years of attending Formula 1 races, and this career retrospective presents a collection of his favourite moments from the Monaco Grand Prix

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Video: Piola's best moments from 50 years attending the Monaco GP - Autosport

Legendary technical illustrator Giorgio Piola is celebrating 50 years of attending Formula 1 races, and this career retrospective presents a collection of his favourite moments from the Monaco Grand Prix

Read more: Video: Piola's best moments from 50 years attending the Monaco GP - Autosport

Hockenheim reliant on Formula 1 triggering deal for 2020 calendar slot - Autosport

Hockenheim wants to host the German Grand Prix in 2020 and has funding in place, but the venue is reliant on Formula 1 to approve an extension within its contract

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Hockenheim reliant on Formula 1 triggering deal for 2020 calendar slot - Autosport

Hockenheim wants to host the German Grand Prix in 2020 and has funding in place, but the venue is reliant on Formula 1 to approve an extension within its contract

Read more: Hockenheim reliant on Formula 1 triggering deal for 2020 calendar slot - Autosport

Binotto downplays talk of ‘disaster’ - PlanetF1

Mattia Binotto is adamant it won't be a "disaster" if Ferrari discover their SF90's concept is wrong as it means they are learning and "improving."

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Bottas hoping to have a “good car” for the first time in Monaco | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Valtteri Bottas says he hopes this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix will be the first where he has a "good car".

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Lauda: The legend and the legacy - SkySports F1

Niki Lauda is a true legend of Formula 1. A winner of three world championships, with the sport's two most iconic teams, before returning to the paddock as a trusted advisor to another leading light, Lauda was respected, idolised and loved by all who were lucky enough to know him.

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Brown: McLaren defeated ourselves in Indy bid - PlanetF1

From an electrical issue in last month's Indy test to the wrong colour chassis and finally a lack of pace in qualifying, Fernando Alonso's Indy 500 bid was marred by mistakes.

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Renault: Too dangerous to switch focus to 2021 already - Motorsport.com

As Brawn famously showed in 2009, a major overhaul of rules can be a good opportunity for a team to steal the march on the opposition by throwing its resources at the car much earlier.
Ahead of a big revamp for 2021, teams are already juggling their resources in terms of future developments – and there could be temptation to invest more in longer term plans because of the advantages it could ...Keep reading

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Williams unsure if Monaco will reflect car improvements | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Williams believes it has made a step forward with its troublesome FW42 but is unsure whether that progress will be reflected in this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix.

Read more: Williams unsure if Monaco will reflect car improvements | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Mercedes: Lauda is irreplaceable - SkySports F1

World champions Mercedes have paid a fulsome tribute to "guiding light" Niki Lauda after their chairman and the F1 legend passed away aged 70.

Read more: Mercedes: Lauda is irreplaceable - SkySports F1

Obituary: Niki Lauda, 1949-2019 - Motorsport.com

A three-time world champion, he led a life of remarkable achievement, on and off the track, in motor racing and in the airline business.
He will always be remembered for the accident at the 1976 German GP that almost claimed his life. His subsequent comeback, overcoming physical and mental challenges to return to the very top of his game, is surely one of the most extraordinary stories in ...Keep reading

Read more: Obituary: Niki Lauda, 1949-2019 - Motorsport.com

Niki Lauda on his crash, Hunt and safety - PlanetF1

With 25 race wins and three World titles to his name, Niki Lauda will go down as arguably one of F1's greatest , although his comebacks set him apart from the rest.

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'The most courageous act of any sportsman' - tributes paid to 'legend' Lauda - BBC F1

John Watson, Jackie Stewart and Nico Rosberg lead the tributes to former world champion Niki Lauda following his death at the age of 70.

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Five things to know about F1's Niki Lauda - BBC F1

The legendary Austrian, who was one of the best-known figures in motor racing, has died aged 70.

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Mercedes F1 team boss Wolff pays tribute to "irreplaceable" Lauda - Autosport

Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff has paid tribute to the late Niki Lauda, saying the three-time world champion was "irreplaceable" and a "hero"

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Mercedes F1 team boss Wolff pays tribute to "irreplaceable" Lauda - Autosport

Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff has paid tribute to the late Niki Lauda, saying the three-time world champion was "irreplaceable" and a "hero"

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Wolff: Mercedes team has lost a guiding light - PlanetF1

Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff has paid homage to the "quite simple irreplaceable" Niki Lauda.

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Wolff pays homage to "irreplaceable hero" Lauda - Motorsport.com

Three-time world champion Lauda passed away on Monday evening at the age of 70, having been hospitalised earlier this year following a flu-like infection.

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Lauda, who won his three F1 titles in 1975, 1977 and 1984, was a non-executive ...Keep reading

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“A hero who staged the most remarkable comeback ever” – F1 mourns Niki Lauda | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

The Formula 1 community is morning the death of Niki Lauda, who passed away yesterday. Tributes to the three-times world champion have come from drivers past and present, teams and senior figures in the sport.

Read more: “A hero who staged the most remarkable comeback ever” – F1 mourns Niki Lauda | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

'Lauda was remarkable in every way' - SkySports F1

Martin Brundle and Damon Hill believe Niki Lauda will be remembered as a "remarkable individual" whose impact and influence transcended F1.

Read more: 'Lauda was remarkable in every way' - SkySports F1

Mercedes ‘are not pulling out’ of F1 - PlanetF1

Toto Wolff insists Mercedes have no plans to withdraw from Formula 1 despite the topic being raised at a recent board meeting.

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Three-time F1 champion Niki Lauda dies: Tributes from the paddock - Autosport

Ferrari, McLaren, Mercedes and several Formula 1 and motorsport personalities are among those to have paid tribute to three-time world champion Niki Lauda, who died on Monday

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Three-time F1 champion Niki Lauda dies: Tributes from the paddock - Autosport

Ferrari, McLaren, Mercedes and several Formula 1 and motorsport personalities are among those to have paid tribute to three-time world champion Niki Lauda, who died on Monday

Read more: Three-time F1 champion Niki Lauda dies: Tributes from the paddock - Autosport

Podcast: Roebuck on Lauda's final title in F1's closest ever fight - Autosport

Niki Lauda's final crowning achievement as a Formula 1 driver was his triumph in the 1984 title fight - a battle celebrated in this archive edition of The Autosport Podcast

Read more: Podcast: Roebuck on Lauda's final title in F1's closest ever fight - Autosport

Podcast: Roebuck on Lauda's final title in F1's closest ever fight - Autosport

Niki Lauda's final crowning achievement as a Formula 1 driver was his triumph in the 1984 title fight - a battle celebrated in this archive edition of The Autosport Podcast

Read more: Podcast: Roebuck on Lauda's final title in F1's closest ever fight - Autosport

Monday, May 20, 2019

Ricciardo: First reliability, then a bit of power - PlanetF1

Introducing an engine upgrade in Spain, Daniel Ricciardo says Renault will "turn it into a bit of power" if the reliability is there.

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Niki Lauda, 1949-2019 | F1 history - RaceFans

Niki Lauda, who has died at the age of 70, was more than just a member of Formula 1's elite group of multiple world champions.

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Motorsport fraternity pays tribute to Lauda - Motorsport.com

Lauda won two of his titles with Ferrari before claiming his third with McLaren after coming out of retirement. 
 

Ferrari
Today is a sad day for F1. The great Ferrari family learns with deep sadness the news of the death of our friend Niki Lauda, three times world champion, two with the Scuderia (1975-1977). You will remain forever in our hearts and in those of the fans ...Keep reading

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Niki Lauda 1949 - 2019 - F1technical.net

Three-time Formula One champion Niki Lauda has died. The charismatic Austrian had been away from F1 for little more than a year, and died in his sleep at the age of 70.

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The world of motorsport pays tribute to Lauda - PlanetF1

The world of motorsport has woken up the sad news that Niki Lauda has died age 70.

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Can Monaco produce an F1 fairytale? - SkySports F1

The ultimate fairytale Monaco story this weekend would probably be based around Monegasque Charles Leclerc taking his maiden victory in his sixth race for Scuderia Ferrari.

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Three-time F1 champion Niki Lauda dies aged 70 - PlanetF1

Niki Lauda, a three-time Formula 1 World Champion, has died age 70.

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Niki Lauda, three-times Formula 1 world champion, dies at 70 | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

The family of Niki Lauda has confirmed the three-times world champion died yesterday, nine months after a lung transplant operation.

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Niki Lauda obituary: 'A remarkable life lived in Technicolor' - BBC F1

A three-time Formula 1 world champion and non-executive chairman of the Mercedes team, Niki Lauda was one of the biggest names in motorsport.

Read more: Niki Lauda obituary: 'A remarkable life lived in Technicolor' - BBC F1

Three-time Formula 1 world champion Niki Lauda dies aged 70 - Autosport

Three-time Formula 1 world champion Niki Lauda has died aged 70

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Three-time Formula 1 world champion Niki Lauda dies aged 70 - Autosport

Three-time Formula 1 world champion Niki Lauda has died aged 70

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F1 legend Lauda dies at 70 - SkySports F1

Three-time Formula One world champion Niki Lauda has died at the age of 70.

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Niki Lauda, Austrian Formula 1 legend, dies at 70 - BBC F1

Lauda, who won for Ferrari in 1975 and 1977 and McLaren in 1984, underwent a lung transplant in August.

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Niki Lauda passes away aged 70 - Motorsport.com

The Austrian had been battling health issues since mid-last year, including a lung transplant in August that required a two-month stay in hospital.
He was then hospitalised again for a short period at the beginning of 2019 after contracting a flu infection.
There have been reports from Austrian press in the recent days that he's been receiving kidney dialysis in Switzerland.
It has now ...Keep reading

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Williams praises morale-boosting efforts of ‘extraordinary’ Russell and Kubica | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Williams morale-boosting Russell and Kubica • Wrong paint colour 'cost McLaren two days' • Half a million fans seek Dutch GP tickets

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Debate: Has Red Bull lost its Monaco Grand Prix edge? - Motorsport.com

The low-speed nature of the street circuit means engine performance is less of a differentiator, and also places a heavy emphasis on chassis performance – a department in which Red Bull usually excels.
But there is evidence to suggest the traditional Monte Carlo pacesetter will not start the 2019 race as favourite, as an analysis of sector three times from the Spanish Grand Prix points to ...Keep reading

Read more: Debate: Has Red Bull lost its Monaco Grand Prix edge? - Motorsport.com

Button: Monaco can 'mix up' F1 2019 - SkySports F1

Jenson Button believes the Monaco GP is the first of two successive races on the 2019 calendar which could "mix up" the early championship picture.

Read more: Button: Monaco can 'mix up' F1 2019 - SkySports F1

F1 Esports holdout Ferrari "looking seriously into" programme - Motorsport.com

F1 launched an official Esports series in 2017, which last year grew to include all nine teams except Ferrari. 
These dedicated Esports teams have continued for the 2019 edition, which will include a total prize fund of $500,000.
“Esports is increasing in terms of interest and certainly as Ferrari we are looking seriously into it,” said Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto.
“We are not ...Keep reading

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Horner: 2019 F1 aero and tyre changes hit Red Bull's strengths - Autosport

Red Bull thinks its early 2019 Formula 1 performance has been hit by the aero rules overhaul and a change to tyres simultaneously hurting areas that were its strengths

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Horner: 2019 F1 aero and tyre changes hit Red Bull's strengths - Autosport

Red Bull thinks its early 2019 Formula 1 performance has been hit by the aero rules overhaul and a change to tyres simultaneously hurting areas that were its strengths

Read more: Horner: 2019 F1 aero and tyre changes hit Red Bull's strengths - Autosport

When's the Monaco GP on Sky? - SkySports F1

It's that time of the Formula 1 year again - the Monaco GP, the most famous and glamorous race of them all.

Read more: When's the Monaco GP on Sky? - SkySports F1

Triple Crown “still a target” for Alonso after Indy 500 blow | IndyCar - RaceFans

Fernando Alonso says winning the 'Triple Crown' remains his target following his failure to qualify for this year's Indianapolis 500.

Read more: Triple Crown “still a target” for Alonso after Indy 500 blow | IndyCar - RaceFans

McLaren part company with Indycar lead Bob Fernley - BBC F1

McLaren part company with Bob Fernley, the man who was employed to run their Indycar programme.

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Gasly: Monaco toughest challenge of the season - PlanetF1

Pierre Gasly has described the upcoming Monaco Grand Prix as the "toughest challenge" of the season due to the very little margin for error.

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McLaren IndyCar president Fernley leaving team after Alonso fails to qualify for Indy 500 | IndyCar - RaceFans

McLaren IndyCar president Robert Fernley is to leave the team. The news comes less than 24 hours after Fernando Alonso failed to qualify for the Indy 500.

Read more: McLaren IndyCar president Fernley leaving team after Alonso fails to qualify for Indy 500 | IndyCar - RaceFans

"Curious" Ricciardo feels he could be "further up" in Monaco - Motorsport.com

The Australian was a regular frontrunner in Monaco in his Red Bull Racing years.
He started from pole in 2016, only to finish second after a disastrous pitstop cost him the lead. He made amends by winning from pole last season, and also finished third in both 2014 and 2017.
Ricciardo acknowledges that he will have a more difficult time with Renault, but he believes that it's a venue where ...Keep reading

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Video: The threat to Red Bull F1 team's Monaco GP favourite status - Autosport

The Monaco Grand Prix has traditionally been a happy hunting ground for the Red Bull Formula 1 team, but has it already been consigned to playing second fiddle this weekend?

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Video: The threat to Red Bull F1 team's Monaco GP favourite status - Autosport

The Monaco Grand Prix has traditionally been a happy hunting ground for the Red Bull Formula 1 team, but has it already been consigned to playing second fiddle this weekend?

Read more: Video: The threat to Red Bull F1 team's Monaco GP favourite status - Autosport

Watch: First official trailer for F1 2019 game - PlanetF1

The wait is almost over...the new F1 2019 game is close to being released and it looks better than ever!

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Pirelli doesn't understand F1 teams' narrower tyre window complaints - Autosport

Pirelli says it does not understand complaints from some Formula 1 teams and drivers that its tyres are more difficult to work with this year

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Pirelli doesn't understand F1 teams' narrower tyre window complaints - Autosport

Pirelli says it does not understand complaints from some Formula 1 teams and drivers that its tyres are more difficult to work with this year

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Great winners at Monaco’s famous track - PlanetF1

With the celebrated FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DE MONACO 2019 just around the corner, we look at some memorable wins at the Monte Carlo circuit.

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Great winners at Monaco’s famous track - PlanetF1

With the celebrated FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DE MONACO 2019 just around the corner, we look at some memorable wins at the Monte Carlo circuit.

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Verstappen: Red Bull overachieving in F1 2019 - Motorsport.com

Verstappen has scored two third-place finishes and a trio of fourths across the opening five rounds of the 2019 championship.
His podium in the recent Spanish Grand Prix moved him into third place in the championship ahead of Sebastian Vettel, whose Ferrari team has had an up-and-down start to the year.
"We are satisfied with the results so far, absolutely," Verstappen told Motorsport.com ...Keep reading

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Will Mercedes win every race? They – and their rivals – think not | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

After five consecutive one-twos, could Mercedes win all 21 F1 races this year? They - and their rivals - suspect it won't happen.

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Verstappen in Monaco: Redemption time? - SkySports F1

Max Verstappen heads into this weekend's Monaco GP as one of Formula 1's most in-form drivers but with demons to banish at the sport's showpiece race.

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Haas given a ‘big boost’ heading into Monaco - PlanetF1

Haas team principal, Guenther Steiner, has said the team's updated package in Spain has given them a "big boost" heading into Monaco.

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Podcast: Giorgio Piola on Formula 1's greatest designers - Autosport

Giorgio Piola's 50th anniversary of covering Formula 1 is celebrated in the latest edition of The Autosport Podcast

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Podcast: Giorgio Piola on Formula 1's greatest designers - Autosport

Giorgio Piola's 50th anniversary of covering Formula 1 is celebrated in the latest edition of The Autosport Podcast

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FIA submits another tender for more standard parts - PlanetF1

The FIA have published another tender to further standardise Formula 1 from 2021 and beyond; this time concerning parts of the fuel system.

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Chadwick joins Williams as development driver - PlanetF1

W Series leader, Jamie Chadwick, has been announced as the team's newest recruit to the academy as development driver.

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FIA releases new standard parts tender for key F1 fuel system parts - Autosport

The FIA has launched a tender for key elements of the fuel system as part of its ongoing push for more standard Formula 1 components in 2021

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FIA releases new standard parts tender for key F1 fuel system parts - Autosport

The FIA has launched a tender for key elements of the fuel system as part of its ongoing push for more standard Formula 1 components in 2021

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Hulk reluctant to put more pressure on Renault - PlanetF1

Nico Hulkenberg has said the cool and calm approach could be the best way for Renault to overcome their poor start to the season.

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FIA launches tender for standard F1 fuel system elements - Motorsport.com

The latest tender comes after earlier invitations to supply for gearbox cassettes, wheel rims, brake friction material and brake system components. The deadline for submissions for the latest tender is June 15, with a decision to be made by July 15.

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F1 set for standard gearboxes as FIA issues tender
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FIA to launch more ...Keep reading

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Chadwick joins Williams Formula 1 team as development driver - BBC F1

Jamie Chadwick, one of Britain's leading female racing drivers, joins the Williams Formula 1 team as a development driver.

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Williams appoints Chadwick as development driver | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Williams has appointed MRF Challenge champion and W Series points leader Jamie Chadwick to its Racing Driver Academy programme.

Read more: Williams appoints Chadwick as development driver | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

The sector times that leave Mercedes' rivals fearful for Monaco - Motorsport.com

With the German car manufacturer's old engine advantage negated by the tight and twisty layout, and its longer wheelbase car not ideal for the street circuit, its rivals have been able to knock it off the top spot.
Sebastian Vettel triumphed in 2017, while Daniel Ricciardo won the race for Red Bull last year. The Australian should also have won in 2016 were it not for a pitstop blunder when his ...Keep reading

Read more: The sector times that leave Mercedes' rivals fearful for Monaco - Motorsport.com

Hamilton: ‘F1 cars are not hard enough to drive’ - PlanetF1

Lewis Hamilton wants drivers to feel "massively depleted" after racing Formula 1 cars, which currently are "not hard enough to drive".

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Williams sign Jamie Chadwick - SkySports F1

Williams have signed Jamie Chadwick to the role of development driver.

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McLaren apologise to Alonso after Indy 500 failure - PlanetF1

McLaren sporting director Gil de Ferran has issued a public apology to the fans, the team, the partners and Fernando Alonso after failing to qualify for the Indy 500.

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Renault will push for upgraded F1 engine power if "stoked" by form - Autosport

Renault will seek to extract more power from its upgraded Formula 1 engine if it is "stoked" by its results, says driver Daniel Ricciardo

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Renault will push for upgraded F1 engine power if "stoked" by form - Autosport

Renault will seek to extract more power from its upgraded Formula 1 engine if it is "stoked" by its results, says driver Daniel Ricciardo

Read more: Renault will push for upgraded F1 engine power if "stoked" by form - Autosport

Chadwick joins Williams F1 as development driver - Motorsport.com

Chadwick will undertake simulator duties and attend three European races with the team including the British Grand Prix.
The 21-year-old won the opening race of the new-for-2019, all-female W Series and has taken pole position in both events.
She leads ex-Red Bull junior Beitske Visser, who won last weekend’s race at Zolder, by six points.
Chadwick’s CV also includes the 2018/19 ...Keep reading

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W Series leader Chadwick gets Williams F1 development driver role - Autosport

W Series championship leader Jamie Chadwick has joined the Williams Formula 1 team as a development driver

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How do Formula 1 drivers cope with jet lag? | Dieter's Inbox - RaceFans

F1 drivers avoid jet lag using rigorous sleep management techniques which even include taking doses of synthetic melatonin, as Dieter Rencken explains.

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First GP win for double amputee Monger - SkySports F1

Racing driver Billy Monger has celebrated his first victory since a near-fatal crash cost him both of his legs.

Read more: First GP win for double amputee Monger - SkySports F1

Sunday, May 19, 2019

2019 Monaco Grand Prix TV Times | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

It's the Monaco Grand Prix and Indianapolis 500 this weekend. Don't want to miss any of the live action? Here are the times for all of this weekend's sessions.

Read more: 2019 Monaco Grand Prix TV Times | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Pagenaud on pole as Alonso fails to qualify for Indy 500 | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Pagenaud on pole as Alonso fails to qualify for Indy 500 • Shock win for Monger in wet Pau Grand Prix • Leclerc: Bahrain defeat 'forgotten after 30 minutes'

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Fernando Alonso fails to qualify for Indianapolis 500 - BBC F1

Fernando Alonso fails to qualify for the Indianapolis 500 after a humiliating return to America's biggest race for the McLaren team.

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Alonso fails to qualify for Indy 500 - SkySports F1

Fernando Alonso has failed to qualify for the Indianapolis 500 in a huge disappointment for the Spaniard and McLaren's full comeback to the event.

Read more: Alonso fails to qualify for Indy 500 - SkySports F1

Lewis Hamilton: "Difficult" to imagine leaving Mercedes F1 team - Autosport

Lewis Hamilton says it is "very difficult" to see himself leaving Mercedes despite discussing the appeal of a Ferrari move with his Formula 1 team boss Toto Wolff last year

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Lewis Hamilton: "Difficult" to imagine leaving Mercedes F1 team - Autosport

Lewis Hamilton says it is "very difficult" to see himself leaving Mercedes despite discussing the appeal of a Ferrari move with his Formula 1 team boss Toto Wolff last year

Read more: Lewis Hamilton: "Difficult" to imagine leaving Mercedes F1 team - Autosport

Ricciardo ‘very confident’ Renault can improve - PlanetF1

Daniel Ricciardo remains "very confident" that Renault can hit their targets for 2019 despite a poor start to the season.

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Hamilton: Teenage F1 aces prove cars "not hard enough to drive" - Motorsport.com

Hamilton noted that an 18-year-old should not be able to jump in a modern F1 car without problems, a sentiment that was echoed last week by Martin Brundle in a column that the commentator and former driver wrote for Sky F1.
McLaren racer Lando Norris, at 19 years of age, has become the third-youngest driver to start an F1 grand prix this year, behind the likes of Max Verstappen and Lance ...Keep reading

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MCL34 responds to updates says Seidl - PlanetF1

New McLaren Formula 1 team principal Andreas Seidl says the MCL34 responds to updates, unlike its predecessor.

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German Grand Prix essential if Mick Schumacher gets to Formula 1 - Autosport

Formula 1 must have a German Grand Prix if Mick Schumacher follows in the footsteps of his seven-time world champion father Michael, according to Hockenheim circuit chiefs

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German Grand Prix essential if Mick Schumacher gets to Formula 1 - Autosport

Formula 1 must have a German Grand Prix if Mick Schumacher follows in the footsteps of his seven-time world champion father Michael, according to Hockenheim circuit chiefs

Read more: German Grand Prix essential if Mick Schumacher gets to Formula 1 - Autosport

Liberty: ‘Huge progress’ made in 2021 talks - PlanetF1

Liberty Media CEO Greg Maffei has said that Formula 1 and its teams are now only “tens of millions apart” on a cost cap from 2021.

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Should Monaco be the same length as every other F1 race? | Debates and Polls - RaceFans

Is there any good reason for the Monaco Grand Prix to be almost 50 kilometres shorter than every other race on the F1 calendar?

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Sainz: Ferrari engine still the benchmark - PlanetF1

McLaren's Carlos Sainz is happy with the progress of engine supplier Renault, but believes Ferrari are still the best in that department.

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Visser wins in Belgium as runner-up Chadwick keeps W Series lead - BBC F1

The Netherlands' Beitske Visser wins the second race of the new W Series in Belgium, with Britain's Jamie Chadwick second.

Read more: Visser wins in Belgium as runner-up Chadwick keeps W Series lead - BBC F1

F1 and teams just "tens of millions apart" over 2021 cost cap - Motorsport.com

Maffei also insists that “huge progress” has been made towards finalising a new Concorde Agreement that will start in 2021.
Both sides have been working towards a new Concorde for some months, although the process of tying down the future commercial arrangements, governance and the technical and sporting regulations in parallel is a complex one.
“I think that huge progress has been ...Keep reading

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RB15 development ‘all about evolution’ - PlanetF1

Red Bull principal Christian Horner says the team's focus is "all about evolution" with the RB15 throughout 2019.

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Mercedes not targeting 21 wins says Wolff - PlanetF1

Mercedes principal Toto Wolff insists the team are not chasing the perfect 21 race wins in 2019.

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Why Formula 1 grand prix starts are so hard to get right - Autosport

As Mercedes Formula 1 team-mates Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas's title battle develops, there has been a special focus on how they get off the line differently

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Why Formula 1 grand prix starts are so hard to get right - Autosport

As Mercedes Formula 1 team-mates Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas's title battle develops, there has been a special focus on how they get off the line differently

Read more: Why Formula 1 grand prix starts are so hard to get right - Autosport

Mercedes not targeting 21 wins says Wolff - PlanetF1

Mercedes principal Toto Wolff insists the team are not chasing the perfect 21 race wins in 2019.

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McLaren's Barcelona S3 struggles a concern for Monaco - Motorsport.com

While the Spaniard managed to finish eighth in his home race, he says that things were far from straightforward, with his McLaren giving away too much laptime in the final sector of the Barcelona circuit.
"We suffered a lot," explained Sainz. "We had no pace. We were struggling a lot in the last sector. No rear end in the car.
"I had [Daniel] Ricciardo on my back and I was struggling in the ...Keep reading

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Brawn: Binotto will turn things around - PlanetF1

Formula 1 managing director Ross Brawn believes team principal Mattia Binotto is the right person to turn Ferrari's misfortunes around.

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“Not straightforward. Not obvious”: Ferrari facing tough challenge to rescue 2019 season | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto says the team's problems are "obvious and straightforward" but the causes and solutions are not.

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Alonso under threat for Indy 500 - SkySports F1

Fernando Alonso currently is outside the field for his second Indianapolis 500 after being bumped by J.R. Hildebrand during the final 10 minutes of Saturday’s qualifying session

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Saturday, May 18, 2019

Promoted: How the French GP ranks for on-track action - Autosport

The first French Grand Prix in 10 years thrilled last year, so Motorsport Live delves into the stats to explain why a Formula 1 race at Paul Ricard is simply unmissable and considers the key action areas on the track

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Promoted: How the French GP ranks for on-track action - Autosport

The first French Grand Prix in 10 years thrilled last year, so Motorsport Live delves into the stats to explain why a Formula 1 race at Paul Ricard is simply unmissable and considers the key action areas on the track

Read more: Promoted: How the French GP ranks for on-track action - Autosport

Pigot fastest, Alonso and Hinchcliffe risk failing to qualify at Indy | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Pigot fastest, Alonso and Hinchcliffe risk failing to qualify at Indy • Brazilian president tells McLaren sponsor to pull deal

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Fernando Alonso faces missing a place on Indy 500 grid for race - BBC F1

Fernando Alonso is in danger of failing to make the grid for the Indianapolis 500 after setting the 31st fastest time on the first day of qualifying.

Read more: Fernando Alonso faces missing a place on Indy 500 grid for race - BBC F1

Horner defends Gasly's 2019 F1 form after low-key Red Bull start - Autosport

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says Pierre Gasly is "getting stronger" despite his low-key start to the 2019 Formula 1 season

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Horner defends Gasly's 2019 F1 form after low-key Red Bull start - Autosport

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says Pierre Gasly is "getting stronger" despite his low-key start to the 2019 Formula 1 season

Read more: Horner defends Gasly's 2019 F1 form after low-key Red Bull start - Autosport

Promoted: How the French GP ranks for on-track action - Motorsport.com

What’s a Grand Prix without action? Overtakes, crashes, safety cars and a lack of retirements all form the blueprint of a great grand prix, and Paul Ricard never disappoints in that regard. Lewis Hamilton took a dominant win in 2018, but mainly because of absolute chaos at the start. Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel – perhaps characteristic of his season – threw his race away and smashed into ...Keep reading

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Hockenheim: German GP a must if Schumacher gets F1 seat - Motorsport.com

The German GP’s future remains under threat as it continues to negotiate an extension to the one-year reprieve it earned for 2019. 
Hockenheim is seeking a multi-year agreement at a lower cost than it was held to before its late 2019 reprieve, and its managing director believes current Formula 2 racer Schumacher’s future could make the race vital for F1.  
“The problem will be if we ...Keep reading

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Hamilton still ‘struggling’ to get best out of Mercedes | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Lewis Hamilton was back in the Mercedes factory on Thursday as he tries to master the team's latest Formula 1 car, which he says he is still not entirely comfortable with.

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Petrobras told to end McLaren F1 deal early by Brazil president - Autosport

Petrobras is seeking to end its partnership with the McLaren Formula 1 team at the request of Brazil's national government, the country's new president has claimed

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Petrobras told to end McLaren F1 deal early by Brazil president - Autosport

Petrobras is seeking to end its partnership with the McLaren Formula 1 team at the request of Brazil's national government, the country's new president has claimed

Read more: Petrobras told to end McLaren F1 deal early by Brazil president - Autosport

Fresh hope for Interlagos’ spot on 2020 calendar - PlanetF1

Interlagos may be able to host the Brazilian GP in 2020 after the Sao Paulo city council decided to keep the track off the market.

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Brazil government wants Petrobras' McLaren deal terminated - Motorsport.com

McLaren announced a new technology tie-up with Petrobras at the start of 2018, to begin from 2019. 
As well as branding on the car, the Brazilian company is responsible for developing fuel and lubricants for McLaren to use.
McLaren was using Petrobras transmission lubricant at the start of the 2019 and indicated other products would be ready “soon”.  
Brazilian president Jair ...Keep reading

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Petrobras told to end to McLaren F1 deal early by Brazil president - Autosport

Petrobras is seeking to end its partnership with the McLaren Formula 1 team at the request of Brazil's national government, the country's new president has claimed

Read more: Petrobras told to end to McLaren F1 deal early by Brazil president - Autosport

Petrobras told to end to McLaren F1 deal early by Brazil president - Autosport

Petrobras is seeking to end its partnership with the McLaren Formula 1 team at the request of Brazil's national government, the country's new president has claimed

Read more: Petrobras told to end to McLaren F1 deal early by Brazil president - Autosport

Petrobras want out of McLaren deal - PlanetF1

McLaren look set to lose their fuel supplier and major sponsor Petrobras after Brazilian president Jair M Bolsonaro said the company want out.

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Sainz: Ferrari engine still "good step" ahead of rival F1 power units - Autosport

Ferrari's Formula 1 engine is still a "good step ahead" of all the other manufacturers, reckons McLaren's Carlos Sainz

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Sainz: Ferrari engine still "good step" ahead of rival F1 power units - Autosport

Ferrari's Formula 1 engine is still a "good step ahead" of all the other manufacturers, reckons McLaren's Carlos Sainz

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Renault never claimed they could reel in top three - PlanetF1

Renault principal Cyril Abiteboul hit back at the media saying he never claimed the team could dominate the midfield, catch the top three, or get podiums.

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Pirelli puzzled by complaints over new F1 tyres' working range - Motorsport.com

The fluctuating form of Haas, which has seen its fast car hampered in races by it not being able to get its tyres into the right operating window, has put a focus on the challenge of the new 2019 rubber.
Haas team boss Gunther Steiner said the influence of the tyres was too much, as he suggested the thinner tread introduced this year made it more difficult for drivers to keep heat.
“We ...Keep reading

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McLaren ‘gone out of their way’ for Norris - PlanetF1

Lando Norris has heaped praise on McLaren for how they have helped him during his debut season in Formula 1.

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Marko: Second-class Mazepin proved W10 dominance - PlanetF1

Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko believes the pace displayed by Nikita Mazepin for Mercedes in testing proved their dominance.

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Mercedes: Not realistic to win all 21 Formula 1 races in 2019 - Autosport

Mercedes does not believe it is realistic to win all 21 races in Formula 1 this season despite starting the year with five consecutive one-two finishes

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Mercedes: Not realistic to win all 21 Formula 1 races in 2019 - Autosport

Mercedes does not believe it is realistic to win all 21 races in Formula 1 this season despite starting the year with five consecutive one-two finishes

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Caption Competition 151: Toro Rosso’s new recruit | Caption Competition - RaceFans

World Wrestling Entertainment star Cesaro visited the Toro Rosso garage during the Spanish Grand Prix weekend. Can you caption this pictures?

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Friday, May 17, 2019

It will take a long time to close up F1 field – Steiner | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: It will take a long time to close up F1 field - Steiner • Markelov returns to F2 • Getting tyre temperatures right down to "luck" - Haas

Read more: It will take a long time to close up F1 field – Steiner | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

The F1 tech race: How the field stacks up to each other in 2019 - Motorsport.com

By removing the circuit variety and simply expressing the pace of each Formula 1 team as a percentage from the fastest laps each set at each race, the true competitive spread of the field can clearly be seen – this data arrangement is known as ‘supertimes’.
In this video, Motorsport Network's Julia Piquet and Motorsport.com Global Editor-In-Chief Charles Bradley discuss the current ...Keep reading

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Video: The true gap between Mercedes and Ferrari so far in F1 2019 - Autosport

Mercedes may have won the opening five rounds of the 2019 Formula 1, but each of its triumphs have come at different types of track

Read more: Video: The true gap between Mercedes and Ferrari so far in F1 2019 - Autosport

Video: The true gap between Mercedes and Ferrari so far in F1 2019 - Autosport

Mercedes may have won the opening five rounds of the 2019 Formula 1, but each of its triumphs have come at different types of track

Read more: Video: The true gap between Mercedes and Ferrari so far in F1 2019 - Autosport

Sky Sports would like your opinion - SkySports F1

Sky Sports would like your opinion to help us improve our coverage of your favourite sports.

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Teams want to keep testing at Catalunya if it loses race | 2020 F1 season - RaceFans

The Circuit de Catalunya is likely to keep its status as Formula 1's preferred pre-season testing venue even if it doesn't hold a race next year.

Read more: Teams want to keep testing at Catalunya if it loses race | 2020 F1 season - RaceFans

Hamilton still searching for answers on qualifying pace deficit - Motorsport.com

The Mercedes driver says he is happy with his form on race days, and believes that he is doing a good job to manage the tyres, but admits that he is still being frustrated in his efforts over one lap.
He has taken pole only once, in the season opener in Australia, and lost out teammate Valtteri Bottas in the last three races.

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Horner: F1 should keep Barcelona for testing if it leaves calendar - Autosport

Formula 1 should continue to use Barcelona for pre-season testing even if the circuit falls off the race calendar in 2020, reckons Red Bull team boss Christian Horner

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Horner: F1 should keep Barcelona for testing if it leaves calendar - Autosport

Formula 1 should continue to use Barcelona for pre-season testing even if the circuit falls off the race calendar in 2020, reckons Red Bull team boss Christian Horner

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Horner: F1 should keep Barcelona for testing if it leaves calendar - Autosport

Formula 1 should continue to use Barcelona for pre-season testing even if the circuit falls off the race calendar in 2020, reckons Red Bull team boss Christian Horner

Read more: Horner: F1 should keep Barcelona for testing if it leaves calendar - Autosport

Zandvoort pins hopes on banked corner to boost F1 overtaking - Motorsport.com

The changes to the Arie Luyendyk right-hander, which leads onto the pit straight and the run down to the heavy braking zone at the famous Tarzan first corner, are among a series of revisions that have been planned for the track.

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Zandvoort secures F1 return as Dutch GP venue


They include a new shape for the Hugenholtz hairpin behind the pits, which has remained ...Keep reading

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‘Quick solution once SF90’s issue is understood’ - PlanetF1

Mattia Binotto is confident Ferrari can "quickly" solve their SF90's issues, but first they have to figure out exactly what they are.

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F1 is more 'thermometer games than racing' with 2019 tyres - Haas - Autosport

Formula 1 teams are being reduced to "playing games with the thermometer" by 2019 tyre behaviour, says Gene Haas

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F1 is more 'thermometer games than racing' with 2019 tyres - Haas - Autosport

Formula 1 teams are being reduced to "playing games with the thermometer" by 2019 tyre behaviour, says Gene Haas

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Seidl: Hard work ahead of us at McLaren - PlanetF1

McLaren's new team principal Andreas Seidl believes he is joining a team on the up, but "hard work" still needs to be done.

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Zandvoort will be fantastic even if there’s no overtaking | Comment - RaceFans

Zandvoort's return is a good news story for Formula 1, even if overtaking will be difficult at the Dutch Grand Prix.

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Bottas realises need to be clinical against Hamilton - PlanetF1

Valtteri Bottas is well aware that he cannot afford too many missed opportunities in his title battle with Lewis Hamilton.

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Racing Point planning huge update before summer - PlanetF1

Racing Point are planning to introduce an update that will see the RP19 become "almost a new car" before the summer break period.

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Giovinazzi feeling ‘so much pressure’ to score - PlanetF1

Yet to get off the mark this season, Antonio Giovinazzi admits he feels "so much pressure" to bag his first F1 points.

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Vital city vote could save Interlagos's Brazilian Grand Prix hopes - Autosport

The Interlagos circuit has received a major boost in its bid to remain on the Formula 1 calendar, following claims the Brazilian Grand Prix will move to Rio de Janeiro

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Vital city vote could save Interlagos's Brazilian Grand Prix hopes - Autosport

The Interlagos circuit has received a major boost in its bid to remain on the Formula 1 calendar, following claims the Brazilian Grand Prix will move to Rio de Janeiro

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Interlagos gets boost in bid to stay on F1 calendar - Motorsport.com

A crucial Sao Paulo council vote has supported the Interlagos circuit not being privately sold, as the city attempts to secure its F1 future and defeat a push to transfer the race to Rio.
Earlier this month, Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro claimed the race will move to a new purpose-built circuit in Rio from next year.
However, this was met with scepticism given the suggestion the new ...Keep reading

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Binotto: Team orders to maximise team points - PlanetF1

Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto has once again defended the Scuderia's use of team orders, saying they are being issued in an attempt to "maximise" the result.

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McLaren F1 boss sceptical over Ferrari's mule car tyre test stance - Autosport

McLaren Formula 1 team CEO Zak Brown has questioned why Ferrari is not taking part in the mule car testing programme for Pirelli's 18 inch tyres

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McLaren F1 boss sceptical over Ferrari's mule car tyre test stance - Autosport

McLaren Formula 1 team CEO Zak Brown has questioned why Ferrari is not taking part in the mule car testing programme for Pirelli's 18 inch tyres

Read more: McLaren F1 boss sceptical over Ferrari's mule car tyre test stance - Autosport

Racing Point bringing "almost a new car" to German GP - Motorsport.com

The team is pursuing a change to the aerodynamic philosophy that it follows, having recently in effect made a fresh start by switching its wind tunnel programme from the Toyota wind tunnel in Cologne to the Mercedes facility in Brackley.
The Silverstone outfit has upped the pace of its development this year as extra resources have enabled it to fast track new pieces to the car, whereas ...Keep reading

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Analysis: Haas adds downforce as it grapples with tyre troubles | F1 technology - RaceFans

Haas are grappling with serious tyre temperature problems but are also seeking performance gains, as their Spanish Grand Prix aerodynamic updates show.

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Alesi: Senna more impressive than Schumi - PlanetF1

Former F1 driver Jean Alesi believes Ayrton Senna was the fastest driver he ever raced against, quicker than Michael Schumacher.

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Thursday, May 16, 2019

Alonso suffers ‘serious setback’ in Indy preparations - PlanetF1

Fernando Alonso's No.66 car sat in the McLaren garage throughout Thursday's practice for the Indianapolis 500 as the team gave it some "extra TLC" following Wednesday's crash.

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Raikkonen: ‘If we did the weekend again we’d be stronger’ | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Kimi Raikkonen says Alfa Romeo used the post-race test at the Circuit de Catalunya to understand why it suffered its first point-less outing last weekend.

Read more: Raikkonen: ‘If we did the weekend again we’d be stronger’ | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Jenson Button: My 2009 memories - SkySports F1

In the first diary looking back at his 2009 world championship year, Sky F1's Jenson Button recalls his Honda regret, the birth of Brawn at testing, and acing the start to the season...

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Next stop Morocco or South Africa? - PlanetF1

Formula 1's next addition could be either Morocco or South Africa with commercial managing director Sean Bratches saying Africa is "really important" to Liberty Media.

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Haas ‘on a journey to get where we want to’ - PlanetF1

Haas' Kevin Magnussen, Romain Grosjean and Guenther Steiner discuss the American mentality within the team and team owner Gene Haas' quest for top three results.

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“It’s a Mercedes championship” – Horner | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: "It's a Mercedes championship" - Horner • F1 likely to stay at Interlagos • No room on F1 schedule for W Series - Bratches

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Tech verdict: The winners and losers from F1's latest updates - Motorsport.com

Every team on the grid brought something new to Barcelona; the culmination of the early season’s hard work, the engineers could now assess if the long hours in their respective factories were worth it.
But who left Barcelona satisfied, and whose efforts were in vain? Jake-Boxall Legge and Ben Anderson join Glenn Freeman to highlight the main teams who were happy with their cars after the ...Keep reading

Read more: Tech verdict: The winners and losers from F1's latest updates - Motorsport.com

F1's 2021 car rules could be signed off in June - Motorsport.com

With F1 braced for a major overhaul in two years' time, there had been some concerns that an early release of the plans would give the top teams a big advantage because they could throw early resource at the new regulations.

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Horner: Verstappen "phenomenal" since stepping up gear after Monaco - Autosport

Max Verstappen's performances in Formula 1 have been "phenomenal" since he "selected another gear" after last year's Monaco Grand Prix, his Red Bull team boss Christian Horner believes

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Horner: Verstappen "phenomenal" since stepping up gear after Monaco - Autosport

Max Verstappen's performances in Formula 1 have been "phenomenal" since he "selected another gear" after last year's Monaco Grand Prix, his Red Bull team boss Christian Horner believes

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Indy 500 Qualy: What you need to know - SkySports F1

Fernando Alonso's attempt to complete motorsport's triple crown by winning the Indianapolis 500 ramps up in qualifying for America's showpiece racing spectacle this weekend.

Read more: Indy 500 Qualy: What you need to know - SkySports F1

Formula 1 in talks over grand prix in Morocco - BBC F1

Formula 1 is in talks to hold a race in Morocco, according to commercial boss Sean Bratches.

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Teammate wars: Who’s winning after the Spanish GP? - Motorsport.com

After every race of the 2019 season, Motorsport Network's Julia Piquet analyses the performances of the entire field against their teammate.
The top three teams, a tight midfield battle and more are assessed in this latest video.

More F1 insights:

Five things we learned from the Spanish Grand Prix
Mazepin fastest for Mercedes in Barcelona F1 test
Drivers wary of "very ...Keep reading

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F1 return to Africa a priority for Liberty amid Marrakech interest - Autosport

Formula 1's commercial boss Sean Bratches says a return to the African continent is a priority for Liberty Media, and that Marrakech has expressed an interest in holding a race

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F1 return to Africa a priority for Liberty amid Marrakech interest - Autosport

Formula 1's commercial boss Sean Bratches says a return to the African continent is a priority for Liberty Media, and that Marrakech has expressed an interest in holding a race

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Return to Africa a priority for F1 owners - Motorsport.com

Morocco hosted a round of the world championship on a single occasion as the finale of the 1958 season, on a road course in Casablanca.
More recently the country has established a firm place on the international sporting calendar, with Marrakech hosting street races for the WTCC from 2009 to 2017, and Formula E from 2016 to 2019.
F1's most recent visit to the continent was in 1992 for the ...Keep reading

Read more: Return to Africa a priority for F1 owners - Motorsport.com

Renault refusing to "renegotiate" goals for F1 2019 - Motorsport.com

The French car manufacturer came into this season hoping to pull clear of the midfield battle and close the gap on the sport's top three teams.

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Why "damaged" Renault is not changing its 2019 targets


But rather than move forward from the fourth place it finished last year, a run of non points-scoring finishes in Azerbaijan and Spain has left it languishing in ...Keep reading

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Video: The winners and losers from F1's Spanish GP tech updates - Autosport

The Spanish Grand Prix is usually accompanied by Formula 1's band of teams bringing their first large upgrade packages of the season, and the 2019 edition was no exception

Read more: Video: The winners and losers from F1's Spanish GP tech updates - Autosport

Video: The winners and losers from F1's Spanish GP tech updates - Autosport

The Spanish Grand Prix is usually accompanied by Formula 1's band of teams bringing their first large upgrade packages of the season, and the 2019 edition was no exception

Read more: Video: The winners and losers from F1's Spanish GP tech updates - Autosport

Formula 1 "should continue to test" at Barcelona - Motorsport.com

Spanish Grand Prix bosses are negotiating with F1 over the future of the race, which is under threat following the return of the Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort.
F1 has raced at Barcelona since 1991 and the venue has also been a regular pre-season host.
"It would be a great shame if we don't come back racing in Barcelona but we certainly should continue to test here," said Horner. "I think ...Keep reading

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Alonso crashes during Indy practice - SkySports F1

Fernando Alonso and McLaren's preparations for Indy 500 qualifying this weekend took suffered a setback when the former F1 world champion crashed during practice.

Read more: Alonso crashes during Indy practice - SkySports F1

Analysis: Racing Point address RP19 compromise with suspension update | F1 technology - RaceFans

Racing Point addressed some of the compromises in their 2019 car with suspension and bargeboards updates in Spain.

Read more: Analysis: Racing Point address RP19 compromise with suspension update | F1 technology - RaceFans

Toto Wolff: More to come from Mercedes F1 package in 2019 - Autosport

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says there is still "good" steps to come from its Formula 1 car and engine package, even though it has so far dominated the 2019 season

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Toto Wolff: More to come from Mercedes F1 package in 2019 - Autosport

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says there is still "good" steps to come from its Formula 1 car and engine package, even though it has so far dominated the 2019 season

Read more: Toto Wolff: More to come from Mercedes F1 package in 2019 - Autosport

McLaren chief outlines comeback vision - SkySports F1

McLaren's new team principal Andreas Seidl says he has joined a team with "a lot of positive momentum" but admits they may not be able to close the gap to the top three until F1's next technical overhaul in 2021.

Read more: McLaren chief outlines comeback vision - SkySports F1

Latifi denies he’s set to replace Kubica - PlanetF1

Nicholas Latifi says he is not looking to replace Robert Kubica at Williams, at least not for this season.

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FIA to launch more tenders for standard F1 parts - Motorsport.com

The process has been complicated by the looming official deadline for the publication of the 2021 technical regulations at the end of June.
The governing body has in essence been prioritising the major items, and has thus far issued four invitations to tender. The first, for a common gearbox cassette for the 2021-2024 seasons, closed in March.
The submission deadline for the subsequent three ...Keep reading

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New Red Bull junior O'Ward aims to go "straight" to F1 from IndyCar - Autosport

IndyCar driver Patricio O'Ward admits he is now targeting a move "straight into Formula 1" following his induction into the Red Bull junior programme

Read more: New Red Bull junior O'Ward aims to go "straight" to F1 from IndyCar - Autosport

New Red Bull junior O'Ward aims to go "straight" to F1 from IndyCar - Autosport

IndyCar driver Patricio O'Ward admits he is now targeting a move "straight into Formula 1" following his induction into the Red Bull junior programme

Read more: New Red Bull junior O'Ward aims to go "straight" to F1 from IndyCar - Autosport

Horner: Mercedes’ title race to lose - PlanetF1

Christian Horner is resigned to this season being "very much a Mercedes championship" with only the Brackley squad's own errors capable of stopping them.

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FIA to launch more tenders for standard parts to help costs in 2021 - Autosport

The FIA is to launch further invitations to tender for supplies of standard Formula 1 components from 2021, as it continues to pursue ways of reducing costs

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FIA to launch more tenders for standard parts to help costs in 2021 - Autosport

The FIA is to launch further invitations to tender for supplies of standard Formula 1 components from 2021, as it continues to pursue ways of reducing costs

Read more: FIA to launch more tenders for standard parts to help costs in 2021 - Autosport

Gasly says his driving style was " too aggressive" for RB15 - Motorsport.com

The Frenchman has had a challenging start to the campaign but has been making progress in getting more comfortable with the RB15.

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Horner: Gasly "coming out" of early-2019 slump
Gasly now feeling "a lot better" with Red Bull car


But he reckons one of the factors holding him back is how aggressive he is behind the wheel - especially with his use of the ...Keep reading

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