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  • Penalty denies Colombo maiden F3 win, Iwasa inherits victory

    Penalty denies Colombo maiden F3 win, Iwasa inherits victory

    The Formula Renault Eurocup graduate was found to have driven more than ten car lengths behind the safety car – brought out following a mechanical failure for poleman Jonny Edgar – prior to the Aston Martin turning its lights out for the restart. Colombo held his lead all the way to the flag, winning on […] More

  • Williams F1 boss Capito would ‘wish’ Russell gets Mercedes seat

    Williams F1 boss Capito would ‘wish’ Russell gets Mercedes seat

    Russell has raced with Williams since the start of the 2019 season, leading its efforts despite failing to score any points with the team. As part of Mercedes’ young driver programme since 2017, Russell has been supported by the German team throughout his time in F1, and has been linked with a move to its […] More

  • Hamilton outpaces Verstappen by 0.088s in FP3

    Hungarian GP: Hamilton outpaces Verstappen by 0.088s in FP3

    Although the majority of the field spent the first third of the session in their garages, the Haas pair headed out immediately – with Nikita Mazepin on the mediums and Mick Schumacher on the softs, a split that was replicated across the few cars that soon joined them. Mazepin established the first place benchmark at […] More

  • Why the F1 tension between Mercedes and Red Bull won’t ease off

    Why the F1 tension between Mercedes and Red Bull won’t ease off

    Certainly on Thursday in Hungary the respective bosses of Red Bull Racing and Mercedes suggested that they want to put that particular event behind them after the FIA stewards decided not to take the matter further. “It wasn’t the response that we were hoping for but we accept it and now we close the chapter […] More

  • How Verstappen’s sim rig brake set-up helped prepare him for F1 return

    How Verstappen

    The Dutchman spent time after the British GP recovering from the battering he took from his 51G impact with the barriers after the opening lap crash with Lewis Hamilton. While feeling in much better shape a few days after the accident, Verstappen still could not be sure how he would shape up when thrust back […] More

  • Colombo wins after Edgar mechanical failure

    F3 Hungary: Colombo wins after Edgar mechanical failure

    The Campos Racing driver took the lead on lap eight just as Edgar suffered a race-ending mechanical issue exiting Turn 1, tumbling down the timing order and prompting a yellow flag in sector one. Ayuma Iwasa (Hitech Grand Prix) finished in second, his best finish in the series so far, while Prema Racing’s Olli Caldwell […] More

  • Sainz forced to take third Ferrari power unit for Hungarian GP

    Sainz forced to take third Ferrari power unit for Hungarian GP

    Following Friday practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix, Ferrari’s checks in the evening exposed some parameters that the team was not happy with. The decision was taken for the power unit to be taken out, so it could be shipped back to Ferrari’s Maranello headquarters for further analysis. The team has elected to fit a […] More

  • The story behind F1’s most iconic refuelling picture

    The story behind F1

    What should have been a normal pitstop for Benetton driver Jos Verstappen turned into near disaster when petrol sprayed out of the refuelling hose and was ignited on a still hot car. Captured live on television at the time, the drama of the moment has been further sealed by what is now a world-famous photograph […] More

  • AlphaTauri F1 car felt ‘really nervous’ before FP1 crash

    Tsunoda: AlphaTauri F1 car felt ‘really nervous’ before FP1 crash

    The Japanese rookie spun out and crashed at the high-speed left-hander at Turn 4 with 15 minutes remaining in FP1, hitting the barrier with the rear of his AlphaTauri car. While Tsunoda was able to walk away from the crash, the rear of his car was left with significant damage that meant his crew was […] More

  • O’Ward tops 10-car IndyCar test at Portland

    O’Ward tops 10-car IndyCar test at Portland

    O’Ward is currently 39 points behind Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda’s Alex Palou and 17 ahead of CGR’s six-time champion Scott Dixon, shaded both them in today’s test. The 21-year-old Mexican lapped the 1.967-mile course in 59.360sec on his 39th of 57 laps, 0.102sec ahead of Dixon who was in turn just a couple of hundredths up […] More

  • Ferrari, McLaren, Lotus, Williams F1 cars in Petersen Museum

    Ferrari, McLaren, Lotus, Williams F1 cars in new Petersen exhibit

    The cars have been loaned by Juan Gonzalez, chairman of the board of Mission Foods, one of Arrow McLaren SP IndyCar team’s sponsors, who was primary on Juan Pablo Montoya’s Indy 500 entry this year. The exhibit will “offer opportunities to educate visitors about extreme vehicle aerodynamics, unusual materials such as soft racing tire rubber […] More

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