Red Bull won't sacrifice Toro Rosso

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Red Bull insist they will not “sacrifice” Toro Rosso this season in order to help Honda push on with updates. Red Bull signed a deal recently to ensure they will be occupying with Honda power units for the 2019 season. Toro Rosso, Red… More »


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Giovinazzi gets another chance to impress

Sauber have given reserve driver Antonio Giovinazzi a chance to impress with an FP1 outing lined up at the German Grand Prix. Ferrari pushed to have both academy products – Charles Leclerc and Giovinazzi – in full-time driver roles with… More »


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GERMANY PREVIEW – the stats and info you need to know

With Formula 1’s first ever triple header behind us, we’ve now got two back-to-back races to look forward to before the drivers and teams enjoy a well-deserved summer break. And it’s a familiar friend – the returning German Grand Prix – that hosts the first leg this weekend…
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Kimi or Leclerc? Ferrari's big call

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Either Kimi Raikkonen knew very explicitly he was fighting for his Ferrari future or had been told he didn’t have one, when he said – after climbing out the car at the end of the British GP and being congratulated on his third place by Sky F1’s… More »


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PODCAST: Mark Webber on how current stars took him to next level

Over 12 years in F1, Mark Webber won nine Grands Prix and came within a few points of winning the world title. But if he hadn’t been racing against the stars of the current generation – the likes of Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso – he believes he would never have reached those heights.
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F1 seeking unprecedented 20-year Miami GP deal

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Liberty Media is seeking an unprecedented 20-year deal to host the Miami Grand Prix, it has been revealed. The City Commission will vote next week whether to execute a deal that would initially run to October 2029, with an option of a further… More »


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