Saturday, August 31, 2019

Anthoine Hubert: British F2 rival pays tribute to racer killed in Belgium crash - BBC F1

Formula 2 driver Anthoine Hubert, killed in a crash on Saturday, "was one of the good guys", says British driver Jordan King in tribute.

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Correa has surgery after suffering leg and spine injuries in Hubert crash | Formula 2 - RaceFans

Formula 2 driver Juan Manuel Correa, who was involved in yesterday's crash which claimed the life of Anthoine Hubert, is in intensive care following surgery for his injuries.

Read more: Correa has surgery after suffering leg and spine injuries in Hubert crash | Formula 2 - RaceFans

Leclerc: Chasing slipstream wasn’t worth it - PlanetF1

Charles Leclerc reckons giving up on finding the perfect slipstream is what helped him take pole position for the Belgian Grand Prix.

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The provisional Belgian Grand Prix grid - PlanetF1

Charles Leclerc is on pole position and Robert Kubica is at the very back, and that's about it that is guaranteed for the provisional Belgian GP grid.

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Correa stable after undergoing surgery - PlanetF1

Juan Manuel Correa, who was involved in a fatal accident in the F2 feature race at Spa, is in a stable condition having suffered leg fractures and a minor spinal injury.

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Things to know ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix - F1technical.net

As Formula One finally returned to action at Spa Francorchamps after the long summer break, Ferrari did not hesitate to secure a second front row lock-out after it achieved a similar success at the Bahrain Grand Prix. However, Mercedes are eagerly waiting for the race after its superior showing during the Friday long runs.

Read more: Things to know ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix - F1technical.net

Belgian GP: Why Albon's Red Bull F1 shot begins with a false start - Autosport

Alex Albon's shot with the Red Bull Formula 1 team begins with neither party likely to get a clear judgement of his true performance at the Belgian Grand Prix

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Live: 2019 Belgian Grand Prix third practice | RaceFans Live - RaceFans

Follow the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix third practice session on RaceFans Live.

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Paddock Diary: Belgian Grand Prix day two | 2019 Belgian Grand Prix - RaceFans

What did Juan Pablo Montoya make of Simon Pagenaud's claim he's more likely to win the Triple Crown than Fernando Alonso? Dieter Rencken caught up with the ex-F1 racer in the paddock.

Read more: Paddock Diary: Belgian Grand Prix day two | 2019 Belgian Grand Prix - RaceFans

Belgian GP Practice Three LIVE! - SkySports F1



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Live: Formula Two 2019 round 17: Spa-Francorchamps feature race | RaceFans Live - RaceFans

Join us to follow round 17 of the 2019 Formula Two season from Spa-Francorchamps on RaceFans Live.

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Renault replacing Hulkenberg with Ocon because it needs F1 "restart" - Autosport

Renault Formula 1 boss Cyril Abiteboul says the team needs a "restart" internally and that played a part in the decision to replace Nico Hulkenberg with Esteban Ocon

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Renault replacing Hulkenberg with Ocon because it needs F1 "restart" - Autosport

Renault Formula 1 boss Cyril Abiteboul says the team needs a "restart" internally and that played a part in the decision to replace Nico Hulkenberg with Esteban Ocon

Read more: Renault replacing Hulkenberg with Ocon because it needs F1 "restart" - Autosport

Renault offered Hulkenberg one-year deal - PlanetF1

Renault director Alain Prost has revealed Nico Hulkenberg was offered a new one-year deal to stay with the team, but he turned it down.

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Live: Formula 3 2019 round 11: Spa-Francorchamps race one | RaceFans Live - RaceFans

Join us to follow round 11 of the 2019 Formula 3 season from Spa-Francorchamps on RaceFans Live.

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Horner defends nature of Red Bull F1's young driver programme - Autosport

Red Bull Formula 1 team boss Christian Horner has defended the nature of his company's young driver programme after Pierre Gasly's demotion to Toro Rosso

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Horner defends nature of Red Bull F1's young driver programme - Autosport

Red Bull Formula 1 team boss Christian Horner has defended the nature of his company's young driver programme after Pierre Gasly's demotion to Toro Rosso

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Renault: Driver change motivated by need for "restart" - Motorsport.com

When Renault confirmed Ocon would join Daniel Ricciardo in its line-up for 2020, Hulkenberg said many factors had played a part and suspected the team’s slump in form this year tipped it “over the edge”.
"I’ve been here three years now," Hulkenberg explained. "2017 was good progress, 2018 was still good.
“This year we have a very tough year. And with the difficult year we’re ...Keep reading

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Horner defends Red Bull's young driver focus - Motorsport.com

The Milton Keynes-based team elected to make a mid-season driver swap after feeling that it could not afford to continue with Gasly, who had a disappointing first half to the campaign.
While the latest Red Bull driver shuffle has again prompted questions about whether the company’s young driver programme justifies the investment, Horner is adamant the strategy is right because it is  the ...Keep reading

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Failure forces Perez to older Mercedes F1 engine at the Belgian GP - Autosport

Racing Point driver Sergio Perez has been forced to switch back to Mercedes' older specification Formula 1 engine following a failure in Belgian Grand Prix practice

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Failure forces Perez to older Mercedes F1 engine at the Belgian GP - Autosport

Racing Point driver Sergio Perez has been forced to switch back to Mercedes' older specification Formula 1 engine following a failure in Belgian Grand Prix practice

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FIA clear Hamilton over possible regulation breach - PlanetF1

The FIA have cleared Lewis Hamilton over a potential rule breach following comments made in a press conference ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix.

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Perez back to Spec-2 as Mercedes investigate - PlanetF1

SportPesa Racing Point's Sergio Perez is to revert to a Spec-2 Mercedes engine after he came to a stop using the new-spec power unit in FP2 at Spa.

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Red Bull explain Albon-Gasly swap - SkySports F1

Christian Horner has explained the reasoning behind Red Bull's Alex Albon-Pierre Gasly swap - and says they intend to still employ one of their own young drivers alongside Max Verstappen in 2020.

Read more: Red Bull explain Albon-Gasly swap - SkySports F1

Kvyat not disappointed to miss Red Bull return after “fantastic” comeback | 2019 Belgian Grand Prix - RaceFans

Daniil Kvyat says he was not disappointed to miss out on a chance to return to Red Bull despite having scored a podium for Toro Rosso.

Read more: Kvyat not disappointed to miss Red Bull return after “fantastic” comeback | 2019 Belgian Grand Prix - RaceFans

No new Formula 1 teams until at least 2022 - PlanetF1

Formula 1 managing director, Ross Brawn, has said that teams are interested in joining the sport - but don't expect to see any before 2022.

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Friday, August 30, 2019

Ricciardo supports Red Bull’s Gasly demotion - PlanetF1

Daniel Ricciardo believes Red Bull "had to do something" with Pierre Gasly and supports their decision to demote him to Toro Rosso.

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F1 teams want 24-car grid in 2021 but Brawn isn’t convinced | 2019 Belgian Grand Prix - RaceFans

F1 team bosses have said they want to see two new teams join the championship in 2021, but Ross Brawn believes the current 10 teams is "enough".

Read more: F1 teams want 24-car grid in 2021 but Brawn isn’t convinced | 2019 Belgian Grand Prix - RaceFans

Hamilton doubts Ferrari can be caught - SkySports F1

Lewis Hamilton believes Ferrari are strong favourites for Belgian GP qualifying, with the championship leader fearing he will not even be able to wipe out "half" of the Scuderia's eye-catching Friday advantage.

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Live: 2019 Belgian Grand Prix first practice | RaceFans Live - RaceFans

Follow the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix first practice session on RaceFans Live.

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Live! FP1 for the Belgian GP - PlanetF1

Formula 1 returns from the summer break with the always-exciting always-fast Belgian Grand Prix. Kimi Raikkonen may be the most successful of the current crop at Spa but it is Lewis Hamilton who has the better of the running of late. Mercedes arrive in Belgium with three wins since the V6 engines were introduced, Red […]

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Grosjean: Haas' Melbourne spec could yet return after Monza - Motorsport.com

After experimenting with old and new specs before the summer break, the team is running the latest iteration for both Grosjean and teammate Kevin Magnussen in low-downforce configuration at both Spa and Monza.
However, Grosjean, who has always preferred the original version, says that Haas had no choice as the Spa/Monza wings could not be used on the Melbourne spec car.
“It’s not a ...Keep reading

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Romain Grosjean: Haas F1 team had "no choice" on Spa car spec - Autosport

Romain Grosjean says the Haas Formula 1 team could still revert to its original spec car later in 2019 despite settling on a revised Belgian and Italian Grands Prix package

Read more: Romain Grosjean: Haas F1 team had "no choice" on Spa car spec - Autosport

Romain Grosjean: Haas F1 team had "no choice" on Spa car spec - Autosport

Romain Grosjean says the Haas Formula 1 team could still revert to its original spec car later in 2019 despite settling on a revised Belgian and Italian Grands Prix package

Read more: Romain Grosjean: Haas F1 team had "no choice" on Spa car spec - Autosport

Gasly's demotion not "unfair", says Ricciardo - Motorsport.com

Gasly was drafted in by Red Bull as Ricciardo's replacement for this season, but endured a disappointing first half to the season.
With the team having lost faith in his ability to turn things around, it demoted Gasly to Toro Rosso for the remainder of the campaign, with Alex Albon getting moved up.
While Ricciardo is not happy at seeing Gasly get dropped, he reckons that it was not a ...Keep reading

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Teams ‘all agree’ to reduced testing - PlanetF1

The F1 teams have "all agreed" to reduce the number of days spent testing in 2020, dropping from eight to six days for pre-season running.

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Renault duo set for penalties after engine upgrade - Motorsport.com

With the French car manufacturer bidding to bounce back from a disappointing first half to the season, it hopes the minor upgrades to reliability and performance with the new power unit will help boost its competitiveness.
Renault had already taken grid penalties for using new components earlier in the season, and the changes to the ICE will thus mean a five-place grid drop for both ...Keep reading

Read more: Renault duo set for penalties after engine upgrade - Motorsport.com

Renault pair join Albon and Kvyat with grid penalties | 2019 Belgian Grand Prix - RaceFans

Daniel Ricciardo, Nico Hulkenberg, Alexander Albon and Daniil Kvyat will have grid penalties for power unit changes at this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix.

Read more: Renault pair join Albon and Kvyat with grid penalties | 2019 Belgian Grand Prix - RaceFans

Grosjean ‘quite confident’ of 2020 seat - PlanetF1

Although Guenther Steiner says Haas' second seat is up for grabs, Romain Grosjean says he is "quite confident" of remaining in Formula 1 next season.

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Hulkenberg says he lost his seat to Ocon partly due to “nationality factor” | 2019 Belgian Grand Prix - RaceFans

Nico Hulkenberg believes he lost his Renault seat to Esteban Ocon partly because the team wanted to appoint a French driver.

Read more: Hulkenberg says he lost his seat to Ocon partly due to “nationality factor” | 2019 Belgian Grand Prix - RaceFans

Kubica: Russell deserves competitive car - PlanetF1

Although George Russell has missed out on a 2020 Mercedes race-seat, Robert Kubica is convinced his team-mate will one day be racing for a top F1 team.

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Ricciardo: Red Bull F1 team had to do something about Gasly - Autosport

Daniel Ricciardo thinks the Red Bull Formula 1 team was not unfair to drop Pierre Gasly because he had been given enough time to show what he was capable of

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Ricciardo: Red Bull F1 team had to do something about Gasly - Autosport

Daniel Ricciardo thinks the Red Bull Formula 1 team was not unfair to drop Pierre Gasly because he had been given enough time to show what he was capable of

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Thursday, August 29, 2019

Hamilton: New Mercedes engine worth less than half a tenth of a second | 2019 Belgian Grand Prix - RaceFans

Lewis Hamilton says the new power unit Mercedes has brought for the Belgian Grand Prix will only bring a small performance gain and is mainly intended to improve efficiency.

Read more: Hamilton: New Mercedes engine worth less than half a tenth of a second | 2019 Belgian Grand Prix - RaceFans

F1 Racing Podcast: Is Vettel's Ferrari F1 career mirroring Alonso's? - Autosport

As the latest issue of F1 Racing magazine hits the streets ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix, the Flat Chat with Codders podcast tackles Formula 1's burning issues

Read more: F1 Racing Podcast: Is Vettel's Ferrari F1 career mirroring Alonso's? - Autosport

F1 Racing Podcast: Is Vettel's Ferrari F1 career mirroring Alonso's? - Autosport

As the latest issue of F1 Racing magazine hits the streets ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix, the Flat Chat with Codders podcast tackles Formula 1's burning issues

Read more: F1 Racing Podcast: Is Vettel's Ferrari F1 career mirroring Alonso's? - Autosport

Vettel: Last win wasn’t Spa, it was Canada - PlanetF1

Sebastian Vettel has arrived at Spa but don't ask him what it's like to be at the venue of his last F1 win because that, he insists, was Canada.

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Ricciardo: Red Bull’s Gasly decision ‘wasn’t unfair – they had to do something’ | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Daniel Ricciardo says Red Bull's decision to drop Pierre Gasly for Alexander Albon came as "no surprise" to him.

Read more: Ricciardo: Red Bull’s Gasly decision ‘wasn’t unfair – they had to do something’ | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Gasly: Red Bull went back on their word - PlanetF1

Pierre Gasly learnt of his Red Bull demotion on the morning of the announcement despite having been told a week earlier that he was safe.

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Haas to sit down with Rich Energy at Monza - PlanetF1

Haas will hold talks with Rich Energy at Monza to decide whether they have a future together after former owner William Storey publicly slated the F1 team.

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Mercedes bring ‘improved’ engine to Spa - PlanetF1

Mercedes, as well as customer teams Racing Point and Williams, will have an upgraded power unit available at this weekend's Belgian GP.

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Ericsson on standby at Alfa Romeo after standing down from IndyCar drive | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Marcus Ericsson will not take part in this weekend's IndyCar race at Portland as he will attend the Belgian Grand Prix in his capacity as reserve driver for Alfa Romeo.

Read more: Ericsson on standby at Alfa Romeo after standing down from IndyCar drive | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

F1 reveals record-breaking 2020 calendar - PlanetF1

Formula 1 has released a record-breaking 22-race provisional calendar for next year, staring in March with Australia and ended in Abu Dhabi in November.

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2020 Formula 1 calendar revealed - Autosport

Formula 1 has unveiled a record 22-race calendar for its 2020 season, with the German Grand Prix dropping off but the at-risk Italy event keeping its place

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2020 Formula 1 calendar revealed - Autosport

Formula 1 has unveiled a record 22-race calendar for its 2020 season, with the German Grand Prix dropping off but the at-risk Italy event keeping its place

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F1 unveils record 22-race calendar for 2020 - Motorsport.com

The championship initially looked poised to keep its number of grands prix at 21 for next year, but the Spanish GP's one-year extension has led to teams approving the new longest-ever grand prix racing calendar.
The 2020 schedule, which includes the inaugural Vietnam GP and the return of the Dutch GP at Zandvoort, will retain a four-week summer break in August, but will include seven pairs of ...Keep reading

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F1 reveals record 22-race 2020 calendar - SkySports F1

Formula 1 has revealed a record-breaking 22-race calendar for the 2020 season, with new races in Vietnam and the Netherlands, while Germany drops out.

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F1 confirms record 22-race calendar for 2020 season | 2020 F1 calendar - RaceFans

The 2020 F1 calendar has been announced, containing a record 22 races including new rounds in Vietnam and the Netherlands, but no German Grand Prix.

Read more: F1 confirms record 22-race calendar for 2020 season | 2020 F1 calendar - RaceFans

Confusion over who’s racing for Alfa at Spa - PlanetF1

There is some confusion over who is racing for Alfa Romeo at the Belgian GP with reports claiming Marcus Ericsson is on standby to replace one of the drivers.

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Hamilton launches “plant-based” burger chain Neat Burger | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Lewis Hamilton has given his backing to a new chain of fast foot restaurants to promote "plant-based" eating called Neat Burger.

Read more: Hamilton launches “plant-based” burger chain Neat Burger | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Ericsson on standby for Alfa Romeo at Belgian GP - Motorsport.com

Motorsport.com understands Ericsson will be at Spa on duty for the Alfa Romeo team, with which he is official third and reserve driver.
Sources have indicated there may be an issue that could prevent the team's regular race driver Kimi Raikkonen from competing and Ericsson was understood to be travelling to Belgium on Thursday morning.
Ericsson lost his drive at the Sauber team after the ...Keep reading

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Grid penalty for Albon on Red Bull debut - PlanetF1

Alexander Albon's Red Bull debut is off to a bad start with news that he will have a grid penalty for taking on Honda's new Spec 4 engine.

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Marcus Ericsson on standby to race for Alfa Romeo F1 team at Spa - Autosport

Marcus Ericsson could return to the Formula 1 grid at the Belgian Grand Prix, and has travelled to Spa instead of heading to Portland for the next IndyCar round

Read more: Marcus Ericsson on standby to race for Alfa Romeo F1 team at Spa - Autosport

Marcus Ericsson on standby to race for Alfa Romeo F1 team at Spa - Autosport

Marcus Ericsson could return to the Formula 1 grid at the Belgian Grand Prix, and has travelled to Spa instead of heading to Portland for the next IndyCar round

Read more: Marcus Ericsson on standby to race for Alfa Romeo F1 team at Spa - Autosport

Albon and Kvyat get Honda upgrade, grid penalties for Spa - Motorsport.com

The new ‘Spec 4’ engine will force Verstappen’s new Red Bull teammate Alex Albon and Toro Rosso driver Daniil Kvyat to start at the back of the grid for the power-sensitive Belgian circuit.
However, Verstappen and Pierre Gasly, who has been demoted from Red Bull to Toro Rosso as of this weekend, will not use the upgraded engine.
"We are introducing the Spec 4 version of our engine at ...Keep reading

Read more: Albon and Kvyat get Honda upgrade, grid penalties for Spa - Motorsport.com

Honda brings new F1 engine for Belgian GP but not for Verstappen - Autosport

Honda will introduce its third engine upgrade of the Formula 1 season at the Belgian Grand Prix, but Max Verstappen will not have use of it for strategic reasons

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Honda brings new F1 engine for Belgian GP but not for Verstappen - Autosport

Honda will introduce its third engine upgrade of the Formula 1 season at the Belgian Grand Prix, but Max Verstappen will not have use of it for strategic reasons

Read more: Honda brings new F1 engine for Belgian GP but not for Verstappen - Autosport

McLaren expect further gains from earlier start on 2020 F1 car | 2020 F1 season - RaceFans

McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl expects the team to make further gains in the 2020 F1 season because it was able to start its next car earlier in the year than the current one.

Read more: McLaren expect further gains from earlier start on 2020 F1 car | 2020 F1 season - RaceFans

Mercedes poised to confirm Bottas at Spa - PlanetF1

Mercedes are poised to announce Valtteri Bottas has a new one-year contract with the confirmation coming ahead of Thursday's media briefings at Spa.

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Autosport F1 Podcast: Is this Ferrari's last chance in 2019? - Autosport

As the 2019 Formula 1 season resumes, The Autosport Podcast tackles the major talking points going into the Belgian Grand Prix weekend

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Vettel unimpressed with ‘disrespectful’ media - PlanetF1

Sebastian Vettel feels the media has been "quite disrespectful" to him in the recent years, bringing up old mistakes that he wants to move on from.

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Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Big temperature swings expected at Spa | 2019 Belgian Grand Prix weather - RaceFans

Formula 1 will enjoy plenty of sunshine at this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix, but by race day conditions are expected to be cloudy and cool with a slight chance of rain.

Read more: Big temperature swings expected at Spa | 2019 Belgian Grand Prix weather - RaceFans

Ricciardo wants ’employee of the month’ award - PlanetF1

Daniel Ricciardo donned a suit, his beaming smile, and returned to Infiniti to vy for another 'Employee of the Month' award.

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Sainz doubts Norris’ game play gives him edge - PlanetF1

Carlos Sainz's team-mate Lando Norris may spend a great deal of his downtime playing virtual racing games but Sainz doubts whether it does anything to help the rookie.

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Video: When Michael Schumacher used a GP2 car before his F1 return - Autosport

Before making his Formula 1 comeback in 2010, Michael Schumacher spent three days testing a GP2 car to make sure he was physically ready to return to grand prix action

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Video: When Michael Schumacher used a GP2 car before his F1 return - Autosport

Before making his Formula 1 comeback in 2010, Michael Schumacher spent three days testing a GP2 car to make sure he was physically ready to return to grand prix action

Read more: Video: When Michael Schumacher used a GP2 car before his F1 return - Autosport

Ferrari running out of chances to win: Five Belgian GP talking points | 2019 Belgian Grand Prix - RaceFans

Will Ferrari finally get their first win of 2019? How will Alexander Albon fare on his Red Bull debut? Here are five talking points for this weekend's race.

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Belgian Grand Prix: Alexander Albon unconcerned by Red Bull promotion - BBC F1

Alexander Albon says he is "not worried" about what he admits is "a big step" following his move to Red Bull for the Belgian Grand Prix.

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Spa’s first DRS zone shortened by 20m - PlanetF1

Spa's first DRS zone will be 20 metres shorter this season but the track will still have two zones, unlike Silverstone and Hockenheim.

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Albon: Big step, big difference - PlanetF1

Stepping up a Red Bull race-seat in his debut campaign, Alexander Albon admits he has a "great opportunity" to test his mettle in a race-winning car.

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Renault F1 team faces "make or break" grands prix - Nico Hulkenberg - Autosport

Nico Hulkenberg believes the next Formula 1 grands prix in Belgium and Italy are "make or break" for his Renault team's 2019 season

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Renault F1 team faces "make or break" grands prix - Nico Hulkenberg - Autosport

Nico Hulkenberg believes the next Formula 1 grands prix in Belgium and Italy are "make or break" for his Renault team's 2019 season

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Belgium, Italy "make or break" for Renault - Hulkenberg - Motorsport.com

After a disappointing first half to the season, where Renault failed to hit its targets, the French car manufacturer is hoping to bounce back when F1 resumes at Spa-Francorchamps this weekend.
But after a run of disappointments, Hulkenberg is clear about how important it is that Renault finally delivers over the next two grands prix.
"We know the season has fallen below our expectations so ...Keep reading

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Leclerc waxes lyrical about ‘greatest’ Spa - PlanetF1

Set to take on Spa for only the second time in a F1 car, Charles Leclerc has been waxing lyrical about the "greatest, most beautiful" and "always impressive" circuit.

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Alex Albon poised for "noise and attention" on Red Bull F1 debut - Autosport

Alex Albon expects "noise and attention" when he makes his first appearance with the Red Bull Racing Formula 1 team at the Belgian Grand Prix

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Alex Albon poised for "noise and attention" on Red Bull F1 debut - Autosport

Alex Albon expects "noise and attention" when he makes his first appearance with the Red Bull Racing Formula 1 team at the Belgian Grand Prix

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Race-winning seat is a “great opportunity” – Albon | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Alexander Albon says he has been given a "great opportunity" to join a race-winning team halfway through his first F1 season.

Read more: Race-winning seat is a “great opportunity” – Albon | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Albon: Red Bull switch not my first "big jump" - Motorsport.com

After a strong first half of the season with Toro Rosso, the Anglo-Thai racer has been promoted to the main Red Bull outfit alongside Max Verstappen at the expense of Pierre Gasly, who has returned to the Faenza team.
Albon acknowledged that he has a rare opportunity to get his hands on a race-winning car in his rookie season.
“Not many drivers get the chance to drive a car capable of ...Keep reading

Read more: Albon: Red Bull switch not my first "big jump" - Motorsport.com

Wolff: Completely new season begins at Spa - PlanetF1

Toto Wolff has vowed to keep pushing, adamant Mercedes must continue to raise the bar if they want to keep their rivals at bay.

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How does the FIA ensure F1 teams stop work during the summer break? | Dieter's Inbox - RaceFans

Why are F1 teams required to shut down for two weeks in August? And how does the FIA ensure they are sticking to the rules? Dieter Rencken explains.

Read more: How does the FIA ensure F1 teams stop work during the summer break? | Dieter's Inbox - RaceFans

Driver moves could bring F1 back with a bang - BBC F1

It's looking likely Mercedes could kick-start some frantic moves in the driver market as Formula 1 returns from its summer break.

Read more: Driver moves could bring F1 back with a bang - BBC F1

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Latifi handed FP1 outing for Spa - PlanetF1

With Robert Kubica thought to be on his way out of Williams come the end of this year, Nicholas Latifi will have another audition with the team at Spa on Friday.

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Mercedes with the most conservative tyre choice for the Belgian Grand Prix - F1technical.net

Reigning world champion team Mercedes opted for the most conservative tyre choice among the top teams for the forthcoming round of the 2019 Formula One Championship.

Read more: Mercedes with the most conservative tyre choice for the Belgian Grand Prix - F1technical.net

No “trend” for shorter DRS zones as Spa’s is trimmed | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Spa-Francorchamps has become the latest circuit to see a reduction in the length of its DRS zones but the FIA say this is not part of a trend.

Read more: No “trend” for shorter DRS zones as Spa’s is trimmed | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

2020 chips to begin falling at Spa - PlanetF1

The 2020 drivers line up will begin to take shape, at least the midfield part, at Spa with Renault expected to announce Esteban Ocon on Thursday.

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Can Ferrari finally get the job done in Belgium? - PlanetF1

The Belgian Grand Prix is being touted as the place for Ferrari to finally record their first win of 2019.

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Spain handed one-year reprieve - PlanetF1

The Spanish Grand Prix will remain on the 2020 F1 calendar after agreeing a one-year extension with Liberty Media.

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Ferrari eye win at Spa, but warn ‘nothing is a given’ - PlanetF1

Ferrari expect to be in the mix for wins at Spa and Monza, but...

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Gallery: All of Felipe Massa's F1 wins - Motorsport.com

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Szafnauer: We can fight for points everywhere now - PlanetF1

SportPesa Racing Point principal Otmar Szafnauer believes the team now have the aero package to win points at every race.

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Montoya more likely to win ‘Triple Crown’ than Alonso, says Pagenaud | IndyCar - RaceFans

Juan Pablo Montoya is more likely to win the 'Triple Crown' before Fernando Alonso, according to the most recent Indianapolis 500 winner Simon Pagenaud.

Read more: Montoya more likely to win ‘Triple Crown’ than Alonso, says Pagenaud | IndyCar - RaceFans

Vettel's unwanted anniversary - Belgian GP preview - BBC F1

F1 returns with a trip to Spa for the Belgium GP that sees Alexander Albon now at Red Bull and Sebastian Vettel seeking his first win in 12 months.

Read more: Vettel's unwanted anniversary - Belgian GP preview - BBC F1

Why the 2020 F1 calendar is taking so long to finalise | 2020 F1 season - RaceFans

Last-minute deals, holiday clashes and Brexit are just some of the reasons why cramming 22 races onto to the 2020 F1 calendar is proving so hard.

Read more: Why the 2020 F1 calendar is taking so long to finalise | 2020 F1 season - RaceFans

Verstappen selects more soft tyres than rivals for Italian GP | 2019 Italian Grand Prix - RaceFans

Max Verstappen has chosen more sets of the softest tyres available for the Italian Grand Prix than any of his front-running rivals.

Read more: Verstappen selects more soft tyres than rivals for Italian GP | 2019 Italian Grand Prix - RaceFans

Honda dreaming of title, but gap ‘is still there’ - PlanetF1

Honda determined to close gap to front-runners in order to challenge for title.

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Video: The tiny F1 tech change that transformed Red Bull's pace - Autosport

Red Bull has propelled itself towards the front of the Formula 1 grid in recent races, with Max Verstappen taking two victories and a pole position from four grands prix

Read more: Video: The tiny F1 tech change that transformed Red Bull's pace - Autosport

Video: The tiny F1 tech change that transformed Red Bull's pace - Autosport

Red Bull has propelled itself towards the front of the Formula 1 grid in recent races, with Max Verstappen taking two victories and a pole position from four grands prix

Read more: Video: The tiny F1 tech change that transformed Red Bull's pace - Autosport

Minor injury left Norris with supportive boot - Motorsport.com

F1 rookie Norris is a prolific simracer and has a strong online presence, and he revealed during a live stream on Sunday night he had a boot on his left leg.
Motorsport.com understands this is a precautionary measure after Norris suffered mild inflammation of a tendon in his left foot after running.
The boot will allow him to rest his foot properly ahead of this weekend's race at ...Keep reading

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Minor injury left McLaren F1 team's Norris wearing supportive boot - Autosport

A minor injury left McLaren Formula 1 driver Lando Norris requiring a supportive boot days before the Belgian Grand Prix, but he should not have any issues for the race

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Minor injury left McLaren F1 team's Norris wearing supportive boot - Autosport

A minor injury left McLaren Formula 1 driver Lando Norris requiring a supportive boot days before the Belgian Grand Prix, but he should not have any issues for the race

Read more: Minor injury left McLaren F1 team's Norris wearing supportive boot - Autosport

The tiny tech change that transformed Red Bull's F1 performance - Motorsport.com

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Russell: ‘Laughable’ that Mercedes signed me - PlanetF1

George Russell believes it was "laughable" that Mercedes were convinced to sign him as a junior by his F3 exploits.

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Same spec cars for Haas drivers at Spa - PlanetF1

Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen will both run the upgraded Haas VF-19 at Spa.

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Honda admits gap to leading F1 engines is "still there" - Motorsport.com

With new partner Red Bull, Honda has secured its first victory since rejoining F1 in 2015 and ended a win drought that stretched back to 2006.
Tanabe joined the F1 project ahead of the 2018 season and has been a key player in Honda's improved reliability and development process.
He told Motorsport.com: "When we started the Barcelona test and the first race, early in the season, I saw a big ...Keep reading

Read more: Honda admits gap to leading F1 engines is "still there" - Motorsport.com

Kubica hits out at Russell for ‘hate’ claims - PlanetF1

Robert Kubica says he is "surprised" by Williams team-mate George Russell's accusations of receiving "hate" from Polish fans.

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Haas to end split-spec experiment in Belgium - Motorsport.com

Splitting the aero packages across the two cars had begun at the British GP, where Romain Grosjean returned to the set-up he started the season with and Kevin Magnussen continued with an upgrade package introduced in Spain.
Magnussen then gave the team's latest spec its debut in Germany and ran those parts again in Hungary, while Grosjean continued with the initial design.
For this weekend's ...Keep reading

Read more: Haas to end split-spec experiment in Belgium - Motorsport.com

Haas F1 team ends split-specification experiment from Belgian GP - Autosport

Haas will end its split-specification experiment at the Belgian Grand Prix, where both of its Formula 1 cars will run refined upgrade packages

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Haas F1 team ends split-specification experiment from Belgian GP - Autosport

Haas will end its split-specification experiment at the Belgian Grand Prix, where both of its Formula 1 cars will run refined upgrade packages

Read more: Haas F1 team ends split-specification experiment from Belgian GP - Autosport

Monday, August 26, 2019

Spa and Monza to be “very strong” for Ferrari as they seek first win | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Ferrari haven't won a race so far in 2019 but they and their rivals suspect the next two races at Spa and Monza could be the Scuderia's best chance yet.

Read more: Spa and Monza to be “very strong” for Ferrari as they seek first win | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

The state of play at every F1 team - SkySports F1

We're more than halfway through the F1 2019 season, and many drivers are dominating their team-mates in the head-to-heads - Max Verstappen so much so that Pierre Gasly has been replaced at Red Bull. But what about the other battles?

Read more: The state of play at every F1 team - SkySports F1

Russell: Mercedes interest was "almost laughable" given F3 results - Motorsport.com

Russell stepped up to F1 with Williams after back-to-back titles in GP3 and Formula 2, but has joined the British team in an uncompetitive state and is the only driver without a point after team-mate Robert Kubica's fortunate 10th-place finish in Germany.
Prior to his championship-winning seasons on the F1 support package, Russell had a less successful two-year spell in European F3, but still ...Keep reading

Read more: Russell: Mercedes interest was "almost laughable" given F3 results - Motorsport.com

United States GP set for record attendance - PlanetF1

Netflix's 'Drive to Survive' has been credited as a driving factor behind the expected record attendance for the 2019 United States GP.

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Sainz: Lots of fast drivers, not enough cars - PlanetF1

McLaren's Carlos Sainz has lashed out at the state of Formula 1, saying there are not enough competitive seats for drivers.

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Committed Raikkonen "easy to manage" for Alfa Romeo - Motorsport.com

Raikkonen signed a two-year deal with Sauber, which morphed into Alfa Romeo for 2019, after learning he would lose his Ferrari seat once the 2018 season had ended.
The 2007 world champion is eighth in the championship with eight points finishes in 12 grands prix, and has scored 31 of Alfa’s 32 points so far in 2019.
Vasseur told Motorsport.com: “The advantage with Kimi is before he ...Keep reading

Read more: Committed Raikkonen "easy to manage" for Alfa Romeo - Motorsport.com

Only "drastic" change would prise Russell from Williams F1 team - Autosport

George Russell sees "no reason" he will not stay at Williams in the medium-term and believes only something "drastic" would prise him away from the Formula 1 team

Read more: Only "drastic" change would prise Russell from Williams F1 team - Autosport

Only "drastic" change would prise Russell from Williams F1 team - Autosport

George Russell sees "no reason" he will not stay at Williams in the medium-term and believes only something "drastic" would prise him away from the Formula 1 team

Read more: Only "drastic" change would prise Russell from Williams F1 team - Autosport

Norris in leg brace ahead of Belgian GP - PlanetF1

McLaren's Lando Norris is wearing a leg brace as a "precaution" ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix.

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

It's the Belgian Grand Prix 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 Belgian Grand Prix TV Times | 2019 Belgian Grand Prix - RaceFans

‘Patient’ Kubica admits future is uncertain - PlanetF1

Robert Kubica admits he is not yet sure what he will do next season.

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Norris wearing “precautionary” brace after foot injury | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Lando Norris suffered a minor injury to his left foot during the summer break, his team have confirmed.

Read more: Norris wearing “precautionary” brace after foot injury | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Pirelli told 2019 ‘tyres are a bit too peaky’ - PlanetF1

Pirelli's main target for the 2021 season is to develop compounds with a "wider working range".

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Vettel happy drivers have a say in 2021 changes - PlanetF1

Sebastian Vettel believes the increased driver involvement in confirming the 2021 changes has been a “very positive aspect”.

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Video: How a Renault and Red Bull reject rescued his F1 career - Autosport

Carlos Sainz Jr arrived at the McLaren Formula 1 team after a tricky spell with Renault for what could have been a make-or-break 2019 season

Read more: Video: How a Renault and Red Bull reject rescued his F1 career - Autosport

Video: How a Renault and Red Bull reject rescued his F1 career - Autosport

Carlos Sainz Jr arrived at the McLaren Formula 1 team after a tricky spell with Renault for what could have been a make-or-break 2019 season

Read more: Video: How a Renault and Red Bull reject rescued his F1 career - Autosport

Kvyat respects Albon promotion - PlanetF1

Daniil Kvyat respects Red Bull's decision to promote Alex Albon from Toro Rosso and will not spend time analysing the reasons why.

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Sainz: Not enough top F1 cars for top drivers - Motorsport.com

With Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull largely monopolising the battles for not just F1 titles but individual race wins and podiums since the start of the hybrid era, a number of highly-rated drivers have been left waiting in the wings for their chance at top-level machinery.
F1 has had only two first-time champions since 2010, and while young drivers Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc have ...Keep reading

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Binotto promotion not linked to Ferrari issues - PlanetF1

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto doesn't believe his promotion from technical chief this season is linked to the team's reliability issues.

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Belgian Grand Prix 2019: Time, TV channel & live stream - PlanetF1

F1 will return from its summer break later this month for the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix at the iconic Spa-Francorchamps circuit.

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Sainz pleased with “very strong” season since “unlucky” start | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Carlos Sainz Jnr says he can be pleased with how his season has gone since his "unlucky" first few races for McLaren.

Read more: Sainz pleased with “very strong” season since “unlucky” start | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Binotto: New role not to blame for Ferrari's F1 reliability dramas - Autosport

Mattia Binotto says his promotion to a general role is not a factor in Ferrari's reliability problems during the 2019 Formula 1 season

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Binotto: New role not to blame for Ferrari's F1 reliability dramas - Autosport

Mattia Binotto says his promotion to a general role is not a factor in Ferrari's reliability problems during the 2019 Formula 1 season

Read more: Binotto: New role not to blame for Ferrari's F1 reliability dramas - Autosport

Sunday, August 25, 2019

Pirelli: “We went in the wrong direction and we need a different approach” | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Formula 1 teams backed off to save their tyres twice as much at some races last year because of high degradation rubber, according to Pirelli.

Read more: Pirelli: “We went in the wrong direction and we need a different approach” | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

F1’s back: Is Max now Hamilton's big threat? - SkySports F1

The Formula 1 season restarts at one of its most iconic circuits this week, with the Belgian GP the first of nine races that will determine the outcome of 2019's world title battles.

Read more: F1’s back: Is Max now Hamilton's big threat? - SkySports F1

Bottas explains why he stopped simracing | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Bottas stopped simracing because it "just wasn't interesting any more" • Ferrari expect further gains from Leclerc

Read more: Bottas explains why he stopped simracing | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

“Rapid Response” review: Compelling documentary or gory crash-fest? | Review - RaceFans

Is Rapid Response a sober analysis of how IndyCar developed one of the best safety crews in motorsport or just an excuse to show 100 minutes of gory crashes?

Read more: “Rapid Response” review: Compelling documentary or gory crash-fest? | Review - RaceFans

Gallery: All Tyrrell F1 cars since 1968 - Motorsport.com

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Sainz: Not over-reacting key to 2019 form - PlanetF1

Carlos Sainz insists the key to his recovery and breakout form in 2019 is not "over-reacting" after a poor start.

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Poll: Has the point for fastest lap improved the racing? - RaceFans

In a last-minute rules change before the start of the new season, Formula 1 announced it would award a bonus point to which ever driver set the fastest lap of the race at each grand prix. The point is only awarded if the driver who sets the fastest lap finishes in the top 10 positions. … Continue reading Poll: Has the point for fastest lap improved the racing?

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Binotto: Ferrari reliability woes unrelated to new role - Motorsport.com

A short circuit within the control systems of Charles Leclerc’s engine denied the Monegasque and Ferrari what would’ve been a breakthrough first win of the season in Bahrain, and both Leclerc and teammate Sebastian Vettel have since suffered costly failures in qualifying.
The latest such occurrence in Germany prompted Binotto to say that Ferrari would need to review its “internal ...Keep reading

Read more: Binotto: Ferrari reliability woes unrelated to new role - Motorsport.com

Williams gains won’t make them ‘complacent’ - PlanetF1

Despite taking a huge leap forward in Hungary, Williams will not become "complacent" as they continue their recovery.

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Ferrari F1 team surprised by Leclerc's rate of improvement in 2019 - Autosport

Ferrari Formula 1 team boss Mattia Binotto says Charles Leclerc's rate of progress since his arrival has surprised the outfit

Read more: Ferrari F1 team surprised by Leclerc's rate of improvement in 2019 - Autosport

Ferrari F1 team surprised by Leclerc's rate of improvement in 2019 - Autosport

Ferrari Formula 1 team boss Mattia Binotto says Charles Leclerc's rate of progress since his arrival has surprised the outfit

Read more: Ferrari F1 team surprised by Leclerc's rate of improvement in 2019 - Autosport

German GP-style racing the goal for 2021 - PlanetF1

Races like the utterly bonkers 2019 German Grand Prix will hopefully become a more regular thing in 2021 according to team bosses.

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Newgarden slams “dangerous” Ferrucci after lap-lap tangle | IndyCar - RaceFans

IndyCar championship leader Josef Newgarden has warned rookie Santino Ferrucci's driving risks causing "a very serious wreck" following an incident between the pair at the end of yesterday's race at Gateway.

Read more: Newgarden slams “dangerous” Ferrucci after lap-lap tangle | IndyCar - RaceFans

Sato resists Carpenter in thrilling finish at Gateway | IndyCar - RaceFans

Takuma Sato edged Ed Carpenter by four-hundredths of a second in a thrilling finish at Gateway, while points leader Josef Newgarden spun at the final corner.

Read more: Sato resists Carpenter in thrilling finish at Gateway | IndyCar - RaceFans

F1 rumours: Russell, Ocon, Bottas, Alonso, Schumacher - PlanetF1

Follow all the latest rumours and driver gossip as 'silly season' begins to hot up and teams confirm their driver plans for the 2020 season.

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McLaren rivals Crying Wolf over tyres - PlanetF1

McLaren's performance director Andrea Stella has accused rival teams of exaggerating the impact of Pirelli's tyres on their on-track performances.

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F1 tipped to make German GP-style races more likely in 2021 - Motorsport.com

This year’s Hockenheim race started after heavy rain and conditions changed throughout the grand prix as the track dried before further rain complicated matters again.
Lewis Hamilton went off while leading, his Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas crashed heavily and Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc was one of many others to shunt in the tricky conditions.
Toro Rosso celebrated a shock podium ...Keep reading

Read more: F1 tipped to make German GP-style races more likely in 2021 - Motorsport.com

Williams must "keep perspective" over rapid gains with 2019 F1 car - Autosport

Williams's extra diligence with its Formula 1 car development is already paying dividends but it will not get carried away by gains it makes over the rest of the season

Read more: Williams must "keep perspective" over rapid gains with 2019 F1 car - Autosport

Williams must "keep perspective" over rapid gains with 2019 F1 car - Autosport

Williams's extra diligence with its Formula 1 car development is already paying dividends but it will not get carried away by gains it makes over the rest of the season

Read more: Williams must "keep perspective" over rapid gains with 2019 F1 car - Autosport

Russell committed to three-year Williams deal - PlanetF1

Williams' George Russell says it would take something "drastic" for him to leave Williams anytime soon.

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F1 mustn’t let “red herrings” distract it from income reform – Williams | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Formula 1's revenue distribution is the single most importance problem the sport must solve, says Williams deputy team principal Claire Williams, who called other issues "red herrings".

Read more: F1 mustn’t let “red herrings” distract it from income reform – Williams | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Saturday, August 24, 2019

Live: IndyCar 2019 round 15: Gateway 500 | RaceFans Live - RaceFans

Join us to follow round 15 of the 2019 IndyCar season from Gateway on RaceFans Live.

Read more: Live: IndyCar 2019 round 15: Gateway 500 | RaceFans Live - RaceFans

Racing Point not ready to prioritise 2020 yet – Stroll | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Racing Point not ready to prioritise 2020 yet - Stroll • Honda made engine breakthrough in Canada and France

Read more: Racing Point not ready to prioritise 2020 yet – Stroll | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

F1 tech race: Giorgio Piola on 2019’s finer details - Motorsport.com

Pockets of performance can always be found when new regulations come into play, especially in areas where the FIA have already tried to close things off. As they say, the devil is in the details.
Click on the arrows to scroll through the photos and captions below.


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F1 tech race: Giorgio Piola on key 2019 developments
F1 tech race: 2019’s nose ...Keep reading

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Williams had to "reconfigure the machine" to begin F1 revival - Motorsport.com

The British team has undertaken an extensive review of its working practices after slipping to the back of the F1 grid in the last two seasons, and deputy team principal Claire Williams has said this year that the outfit has returned to base principles in some areas. 
After a slow start to 2019 because of a late car build, Williams introduced a significant update package in Germany and enjoyed ...Keep reading

Read more: Williams had to "reconfigure the machine" to begin F1 revival - Motorsport.com

Why a new team looking at F1 is great news for the sport | 2021 F1 season - RaceFans

The news Panthera Asia Team F1 is looking at entering the championship in 2021 is a positive development for the sport.

Read more: Why a new team looking at F1 is great news for the sport | 2021 F1 season - RaceFans

Horner: IndyCar Red Bull aeroscreen use could give it new F1 chance - Autosport

Red Bull chief Christian Horner believes the use of the aeroscreen cockpit protection device in IndyCar could revive the prospect of introducing it to Formula 1, if it works well

Read more: Horner: IndyCar Red Bull aeroscreen use could give it new F1 chance - Autosport

Horner: IndyCar Red Bull aeroscreen use could give it new F1 chance - Autosport

Red Bull chief Christian Horner believes the use of the aeroscreen cockpit protection device in IndyCar could revive the prospect of introducing it to Formula 1, if it works well

Read more: Horner: IndyCar Red Bull aeroscreen use could give it new F1 chance - Autosport

Ferrari impressed with Leclerc’s improvement - PlanetF1

Ferrari boss, Mattia Binotto, has labelled Charles Leclerc's first half of the season with the Scuderia as a "very positive" one for the Monegasque.

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Why do Formula 1 teams still use their old V8 cars so often? | Dieter's Inbox - RaceFans

Alfa Romeo is using a six-year-old car to test two drivers this weekend. Why do Formula 1 teams still prefer using their V8 machines for some tests?

Read more: Why do Formula 1 teams still use their old V8 cars so often? | Dieter's Inbox - RaceFans

Esteban Ocon and the fear of being forgotten - PlanetF1

Esteban Ocon insisted that he was a regular figure in the Mercedes garage as part of his reserve and development role with the Silver Arrows this season.

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Verstappen: ‘Progress should be a little bit better’ - PlanetF1

Max Verstappen feels Red Bull's progression with Honda is not as far along as it should be after their first half of the season together.

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Marquez wants champ v champ battle with Hamilton - PlanetF1

Five-time MotoGP World Champion, Marc Marquez, has said he would be open to challenging Lewis Hamilton to a champion v champion battle on both two and four wheels.

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Verstappen tops poll for best driver in 2019 - PlanetF1

Max Verstappen has edged out Lewis Hamilton as the best driver of the 2019 season so far in an online poll conducted by the official Formula 1 website.

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McLaren: F1 rivals overstate impact of tyres - Motorsport.com

Pirelli’s decision to switch to a thinner-tread tyre specification for 2019 has been one of the major talking points of the season, and has resulted in an ultimately unsuccessful push to return to previous year’s rubber.
Ferrari and Red Bull were chief proponents of such a move, believing the new tyres to benefit the Mercedes W10 package at their expense, while Haas has pointed to the ...Keep reading

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Honda power tweak after French GP unlocked race-winning performance - Autosport

Honda's improved performance since introducing its Spec 3 engine was aided by the previously unknown introduction of a "countermeasure" after the French Grand Prix

Read more: Honda power tweak after French GP unlocked race-winning performance - Autosport

Honda power tweak after French GP unlocked race-winning performance - Autosport

Honda's improved performance since introducing its Spec 3 engine was aided by the previously unknown introduction of a "countermeasure" after the French Grand Prix

Read more: Honda power tweak after French GP unlocked race-winning performance - Autosport

Caption Competition 157: Leclerc’s umbrella | Caption Competition - RaceFans

Charles Leclerc shelters from the sun ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix. Can you come up with the best caption for this picture?

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Friday, August 23, 2019

Pirelli aims equal treatment – Interview with Mario Isola - F1technical.net

According to Pirelli’s head of car racing Mario Isola, Formula One’s sole tyre supplier Pirelli has no intention to supply any products which would favour any teams. F1Technical.net’s Balázs Szabó sat down with the Italian to talk about the company’s plans regarding the sport’s future tyres and the way how Pirelli work together with the teams.

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Ranked! The worst F1 cars to win grands prix - Motorsport.com

But there have been times in F1's history where teams have produced a disappointing title challenger, yet have still managed to steal a surprise win – whether through good luck or circumstance.
We count down what we consider to be the top 10 worst F1 cars ever to have won a grand prix, from Sebastian Vettel's 2008 first taste of victory in the STR03 to Jim Clark's heroics in the Lotus 43 and ...Keep reading

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Video: The worst Formula 1 cars to win grands prix - Autosport

The outright dominance of this year's Mercedes Formula 1 car has made it difficult to bet against when it comes to taking grand prix victories in 2019

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Video: The worst Formula 1 cars to win grands prix - Autosport

The outright dominance of this year's Mercedes Formula 1 car has made it difficult to bet against when it comes to taking grand prix victories in 2019

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

Get set for the return of Formula 1, as the Belgian GP at awe-inspiring Spa-Francorchamps opens the second phase of the 2019 season.

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Russell: Williams exit would take something "drastic" - Motorsport.com

Russell has performed well in difficult circumstances in his rookie F1 season, after joining the Williams line-up as Formula 2 champion.
Williams’s struggles have left Russell almost exclusively fighting teammate Robert Kubica at the tail of the field, but Russell’s performances have led some to link him with a possible move to Mercedes, which has backed him since his title-winning GP3 ...Keep reading

Read more: Russell: Williams exit would take something "drastic" - Motorsport.com

New F1 team Panthera seeking to join grid in 2021 | 2021 F1 season - RaceFans

A new Formula 1 team is looking to join the grid in time for the 2021 season, RaceFans can reveal.

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Matsushita: F1 graduation still in my hands - Motorsport.com

Matsushita returned to F2 at the start of 2019 after a year away in Super Formula, having received Honda’s blessing to revive his F1 bid.
Honda has made clear its desire to place a Japanese driver in F1 with either Red Bull or Toro Rosso, and Matsushita is currently its best short-term bet unless Naoki Yamamoto - who has the required superlicence points - makes a shock move to grand prix ...Keep reading

Read more: Matsushita: F1 graduation still in my hands - Motorsport.com

Hamilton: I’m not stopping anytime soon - PlanetF1

Lewis Hamilton has said he has no plans to retire in the near future as there's still "more to win" for him in the sport.

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Binotto: F1's current Pirelli tyre process is "wrong" for Ferrari - Autosport

The Ferrari Formula 1 team has questioned the current process for establishing the tyre specification for the season, following the debate over supplier Pirelli's thinner-tread 2019 rubber

Read more: Binotto: F1's current Pirelli tyre process is "wrong" for Ferrari - Autosport

Binotto: F1's current Pirelli tyre process is "wrong" for Ferrari - Autosport

The Ferrari Formula 1 team has questioned the current process for establishing the tyre specification for the season, following the debate over supplier Pirelli's thinner-tread 2019 rubber

Read more: Binotto: F1's current Pirelli tyre process is "wrong" for Ferrari - Autosport

Vasseur: Alfa Romeo's 1.5-percent progress "huge" - Motorsport.com

The team formerly known as Sauber ended 2018 fighting regularly for top-10 finishes, but had a small slip in performance at the start of this year.
New signing Kimi Raikkonen has led the team’s progress to the head of the midfield battle again, and Alfa only trailed McLaren in the races leading into F1’s summer break.
Vasseur told Motorsport.com he was splitting the championship ...Keep reading

Read more: Vasseur: Alfa Romeo's 1.5-percent progress "huge" - Motorsport.com

What four lousy races and four great ones told us about F1 | Comment - RaceFans

F1 enjoyed four great races before the summer break. But that doesn't prove the sport can thrive without its planned rules overhaul in 2021.

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Ocon reportedly set to sign for Renault - PlanetF1

Esteban Ocon is edging ever closer to signing for Renault for the 2020 season, replacing Nico Hulkenberg, reports claim.

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McLaren keen to guard against complacency - PlanetF1

McLaren need to make sure that they don't carried away amid their recent improved fortunes, says team principal Andreas Seidl.

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What we've learned from Formula 1 2021 car windtunnel model - Autosport

Formula 1's 2021 concept car has undergone its first windtunnel tests, and according to series chiefs the results of changes designed to improve the spectacle were "excellent"

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What we've learned from Formula 1 2021 car windtunnel model - Autosport

Formula 1's 2021 concept car has undergone its first windtunnel tests, and according to series chiefs the results of changes designed to improve the spectacle were "excellent"

Read more: What we've learned from Formula 1 2021 car windtunnel model - Autosport

Russell confident he’s good enough for Mercedes - PlanetF1

George Russell has said he's "absolutely confident" that he could deliver at Mercedes if given the opportunity. 

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Hamilton: No plans to retire soon - SkySports F1

Lewis Hamilton says he still loves driving and doesn't intend to retire from Formula 1 any time soon as he has "more to achieve" in the sport.

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Williams Formula 1 team has had to 'stop and reconfigure' - Autosport

Williams's behind-the-scenes changes to turn around its Formula 1 fortunes are akin to stopping to "reconfigure the machine" instead of continuing with the same processes

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Williams Formula 1 team has had to 'stop and reconfigure' - Autosport

Williams's behind-the-scenes changes to turn around its Formula 1 fortunes are akin to stopping to "reconfigure the machine" instead of continuing with the same processes

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Ferrari surprised by how much Leclerc has improved in 2019 - Motorsport.com

The Scuderia drafted in Leclerc to replace Kimi Raikkonen in the off-season, and while the Monegasque trails his four-time champion teammate Sebastian Vettel in the points, he has delivered five of Ferrari’s 11 podiums and has not qualified behind Vettel since Canada.
“If I look at the first half of the season, I think [it’s] very positive, the way how Charles is growing,” Binotto told ...Keep reading

Read more: Ferrari surprised by how much Leclerc has improved in 2019 - Motorsport.com

2019 mid-season driver rankings part one: 3-1 | Driver rankings - RaceFans

You already know who's in our top three Formula 1 drivers of the year so far, but what order are they in? Read on to find out.

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Thursday, August 22, 2019

Russell: Leclerc and Kvyat show top teams should give youth a chance | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

George Russell says two of his rivals have shown why Formula 1 teams should be more prepared to take chances on youth.

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Revealed: Our vision for 2021’s F1 racers - Motorsport.com

Technical Editor Jake Boxall-Legge's vision is brought to life in this video by our 3D Editor Matt Fiveash.
We explain the thinking behind our concept, plus what we've kept and rejected from both current F1 and the hints of its actual 2021 shape, as we make our own attempt to achieve the rules revolution's goals of simpler cars that can race more closely.

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Brown calls for F1 to speed up 2021 decision - PlanetF1

Zak Brown has said that F1 need to "get on with" deciding the rules for 2021 rather than waiting for each team to be happy.

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F1 tech race: Giorgio Piola on key 2019 developments - Motorsport.com

The bargeboard region has been another area of explosive development since the regulations were changed to increase downforce in 2017. The teams have continued to make strides in this area, even though the available space has been reduced for this season.
Click on the arrows to scroll through the photos and captions below.


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Promoted: Why Alfa Romeo will be worth watching at Monza - Motorsport.com

With Alfa Romeo being part of the wider Ferrari family, in terms of corporate structure as well as a technical tie-up that means Alfa’s F1 operation utilises Ferrari technology and some ex-Ferrari personnel, being at this year’s race to cheer Alfa Romeo on will effectively make you a cheerleader for Ferrari’s F1 B-team.
Kimi Raikkonen was on pole position and briefly led last year’s ...Keep reading

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First official images of 2021 car revealed - PlanetF1

Formula 1 has released the first official images of the new car design set to take to the track in 2021 along with the regulation changes.

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F1's current process for deciding tyre spec "wrong" - Ferrari - Motorsport.com

Ferrari was among the teams lobbying for a mid-season return to last year’s tyre construction, and its SF90 has been one of the cars that’s been struggling the most with keeping the current-spec rubber in the right temperature window.
The proposal was ultimately shot down as a June vote yielded a 50:50 split, falling short of the required seven-team threshold to push through the ...Keep reading

Read more: F1's current process for deciding tyre spec "wrong" - Ferrari - Motorsport.com

Schumacher unsure when he’ll move to F1 - PlanetF1

Mick Schumacher has said he doesn't know how long it will be before he makes the step up from Formula 2 to Formula 1

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First wind tunnel test of 2021 F1 rules produced ‘exceptional results’ | 2021 F1 season - RaceFans

New rules designed to improve overtaking in F1 have produced "exceptional" results in their first wind tunnel test, says Pat Symonds.

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Binotto: Budget cap and more races a problem - PlanetF1

Matteo Binotto believes that teams may struggle to hire the required staff for an increased calendar under the proposed 2021 budget cap.

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2019 mid-season driver rankings part two: 10-4 | Driver Rankings - RaceFans

Which drivers have impressed over the first half of 2019? Here are the seven drivers who didn't quite make it into our top three.

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Binotto: Budget cap and more races a problem - PlanetF1

Matteo Binotto believes that teams may struggle to hire the required staff for an increased calendar under the proposed 2021 budget cap.

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Verstappen "very important" to Honda's F1 plans says Yamamoto - Autosport

Honda's Formula 1 managing director Masashi Yamamoto says it is "very important" for the manufacturer to have a driver like Red Bull's Max Verstappen as part of its project

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Verstappen "very important" to Honda's F1 plans says Yamamoto - Autosport

Honda's Formula 1 managing director Masashi Yamamoto says it is "very important" for the manufacturer to have a driver like Red Bull's Max Verstappen as part of its project

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Ricciardo admits Renault ‘need to do better’ - PlanetF1

Daniel Ricciardo has said that Renault need to take bigger steps if they want to achieve their goal of getting podiums by next season. 

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Promoted: Why Alfa Romeo will be worth watching at Monza - Autosport

Until last season, it had been well over 30 years since a Formula 1 car bearing the Alfa Romeo name had last contested an Italian Grand Prix

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Promoted: Why Alfa Romeo will be worth watching at Monza - Autosport

Until last season, it had been well over 30 years since a Formula 1 car bearing the Alfa Romeo name had last contested an Italian Grand Prix

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McLaren: Formula 1 teams too keen to blame tyres for their problems - Autosport

McLaren performance director Andrea Stella believes Formula 1 teams have a "tendency" to overplay the impact Pirelli tyres have their cars' performance fluctuations

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McLaren: Formula 1 teams too keen to blame tyres for their problems - Autosport

McLaren performance director Andrea Stella believes Formula 1 teams have a "tendency" to overplay the impact Pirelli tyres have their cars' performance fluctuations

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Verstappen sees other future F1 rivals besides Leclerc - Motorsport.com

Verstappen prevailed over Leclerc in a fierce fight for victory in the Austrian Grand Prix, after which a video emerged of the duo disagreeing over a similar incident in karting seven years prior – albeit with their roles reversed.
Red Bull driver Verstappen and new-for-2019 Ferrari man Leclerc engaged in another battle at the British GP, and as both are just 21 years old and considered by ...Keep reading

Read more: Verstappen sees other future F1 rivals besides Leclerc - Motorsport.com

Video: Our vision for how a 2021 Formula 1 rules car should look - Autosport

While Formula 1 teams await the definitive version of the 2021 regulations, we've created our own version of what we think the next generation F1 car should look like

Read more: Video: Our vision for how a 2021 Formula 1 rules car should look - Autosport

Video: Our vision for how a 2021 Formula 1 rules car should look - Autosport

While Formula 1 teams await the definitive version of the 2021 regulations, we've created our own version of what we think the next generation F1 car should look like

Read more: Video: Our vision for how a 2021 Formula 1 rules car should look - Autosport

Perez: F1 should be as competitive as it was in 2012 | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Sergio Perez wants the Formula 1 field to be as competitive as it was in the 2012 season, and says closing up the field should be the top priority.

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Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Norris: I never believed I could get to F1 until I did | 2019 F1 season - RaceFans

Lando Norris says he didn't truly believe in his chance to become a Formula 1 driver until it came true and he has surprised himself with his performances.

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Sainz: Simulators will reduce impact of F1 testing cut - Autosport

McLaren driver Carlos Sainz Jr believes simulators are now advanced enough to mitigate the impact of any testing cuts as Formula 1 moves towards a record 22-race calendar for 2020

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Sainz: Simulators will reduce impact of F1 testing cut - Autosport

McLaren driver Carlos Sainz Jr believes simulators are now advanced enough to mitigate the impact of any testing cuts as Formula 1 moves towards a record 22-race calendar for 2020

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