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Drivers back F1 to make right decision if Typhoon Hagibis hits Suzuka | Sport | The Guardian
Formula One drivers believe qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix cannot take place on Saturday if the Suzuka circuit is hit by Typhoon Hagibis
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october 2019 by tonys
Mercedes F1 team sack four over racist bullying of Muslim colleague | Sport | The Guardian
Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes team have sacked four of their staff members and disciplined three more for racist bullying at their Northamptonshire headquarters
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september 2019 by tonys
Charles Leclerc dedicates maiden F1 win to memory of Anthoine Hubert | Sport | The Guardian
Charles Leclerc described his maiden F1 victory in the Belgian GP as the realisation of a childhood dream but said it was hard to enjoy it after the death of his friend Anthoine Hubert
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september 2019 by tonys
W Series takes next step towards female F1 driver with points move | Sport | The Guardian
The FIA is to award super licence points from next season and W Series competitors are convinced it will lead to a female driver in Formula One
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july 2019 by tonys
More than a machine: Niki Lauda was an F1 rebel in his own way | Sport | The Guardian
Lauda was not an emotionless automaton but a driven competitor who cared little for others’ opinions
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may 2019 by tonys
Ayrton Senna: 25 years since F1 lost its flawed, fascinating hero | Richard Williams | Sport | The Guardian
This week sees the 25th anniversary of the Imola accident that took the Brazilian’s life and had a devastating impact not just on his millions of fans but on grand prix racing as a whole
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april 2019 by tonys
F1 set to bring back bonus points for fastest laps after 60-year absence | Sport | The Guardian
Formula One appears set to re-introduce after 60 years the award of a bonus point to the driver of the fastest lap in each grand prix this season
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march 2019 by tonys
Ferrari have best chance for years but must give ground on money, says Brawn | Sport | The Guardian
Ross Brawn, Formula One’s sporting director, said Ferrari had emerged strong after a difficult year, but that a new commercial deal was needed to address the ‘unfair distribution of funds’
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march 2019 by tonys
Netflix’s F1 series offers a captivating, candid glimpse behind the curtain | Giles Richards | Sport | The Guardian
In the absence of Ferrari and Mercedes, the new documentary allows characters like the acerbic Haas team principal, Guenther Steiner, to shine and show F1’s human face
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march 2019 by tonys
Formula E returns to London for 2019-20 season finale featuring indoor finish | Sport | The Guardian
Formula E is to return to racing on the streets of London next year with races that will feature a starting grid and finishing line indoors
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march 2019 by tonys
Only one conclusion to draw from F1 2019 testing: advantage Ferrari | Giles Richards | Sport | The Guardian
Ferrari lead the field, Red Bull-Honda are showing promise and the midfield scrap looks set to be even more hotly contested
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march 2019 by tonys
Claire Williams denies team in crisis but admits to testing embarrassment | Sport | The Guardian
Williams have finally got their car to the Barcelona track, two days late, something their deputy principal, Claire Williams, admitted was embarrassing
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february 2019 by tonys
British driver Lando Norris makes a fast start on F1 track bow for McLaren | Sport | The Guardian
The young British driver Lando Norris finished second-fastest for McLaren to Charles Leclerc’s Ferrari on his first outing as an F1 driver
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february 2019 by tonys
F1 2019: A look at the cars for the new season | Sport | The Guardian
With the 2019 season starting next month, the teams have unveiled their new cars prior to testing in Barcelona
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february 2019 by tonys
Toto Wolff says no-deal Brexit would be ‘mother of all messes’ for F1 teams in UK | Sport | The Guardian
Toto Wolff, the Mercedes team principal, has said Brexit is the mother of all messes for the six F1 teams based in the UK
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february 2019 by tonys
Mercedes enjoy constructive winter but Williams sleep through alarm | Richard Williams | Sport | The Guardian
Formula One has come out of hibernation with some teams looking in better shape than others and questions over marketing activities
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february 2019 by tonys
Sebastian Vettel backs Ferrari’s ‘extreme’ design in bid for F1 title | Sport | The Guardian
Sebastian Vettel was confident Ferrari now have the car to mount a strong fight in F1
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february 2019 by tonys
McLaren’s Lando Norris expects to learn from errors in debut F1 season | Sport | The Guardian
Lando Norris faces a stern task to follow on from Fernando Alonso but the 19-year-old knows his first campaign in Formula One will be a learning curve
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february 2019 by tonys
Lewis Hamilton ‘ready to attack’ as he vows to better 2018 F1 season | Sport | The Guardian
Lewis Hamilton has delivered an ominous warning to his Formula One rivals by vowing to improve on his 2018 championship-winning campaign
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february 2019 by tonys
Fernando Alonso’s Daytona triumph shows his racing hunger remains | Giles Richards | Sport | The Guardian
Spanish driver says his focus is on Indy 500 and motor racings’s triple crown but might the Dakar rally or Formula E tempt him?
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january 2019 by tonys
Fearless esports racers blur lines between games and the real thing | Andy Bull | Sport | The Guardian
McLaren are investing in sim racing which, they think, could lead to an F1 champion in the next decade
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january 2019 by tonys
Andreas Seidl: McLaren appoint German as new boss of Formula 1 team - BBC Sport
McLaren appoint Andreas Seidl as the new managing director of their Formula 1 team - although he does not yet have a specific start date.
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january 2019 by tonys
Ferrari: Mattia Binotto replaces Maurizio Arrivabene as team principal - BBC Sport
Maurizio Arrivabene is replaced as Ferrari team principal by former technical boss Mattia Binotto.
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january 2019 by tonys
Formula 1: Kimi Raikkonen's world is a very different place - BBC Sport
Just what is it about the aloof and indifferent nature of Kimi Raikkonen's character that sports fans find so engaging?
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january 2019 by tonys
McLaren trust teenager Norris to embrace challenge and help team up F1 grid | Giles Richards | Sport | The Guardian
Lando Norris will become the youngest British driver to compete in F1 and his reassuring maturity will be tested, given McLaren’s plight
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december 2018 by tonys
F1 exploring options for a London GP, says Ross Brawn | Sport | The Guardian
Ross Brawn, F1’s head of motorsport, has again raised the prospect of holding a race in London but says it would not be at the expense of Silverstone
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december 2018 by tonys
Formula E gets a lot right while at times managing to be as wrong as F1 ever was | Richard Williams | Sport | The Guardian
Formula E’s fifth season kicked off in Riyadh on Saturday and although it was an entertaining spectacle, the rules farrago towards the end of was the last thing the formula needs
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december 2018 by tonys
Formula E gears up: new batteries, Felipe Massa and ‘Mario Kart’ boosts | Giles Richards | Sport | The Guardian
There are new names, street circuits and a new ‘attack mode’ but batteries that last an entire race may be the key innovation
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december 2018 by tonys
F1’s halo device not under question after Nico Hülkenburg’s Abu Dhabi crash | Sport | The Guardian
The FIA race director Charlie Whiting has said the halo cockpit protection device did not prevent Nico Hülkenberg from exiting his car after his dramatic accident at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
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november 2018 by tonys
Zak Brown hopeful McLaren are on road to recovery after lean years | Giles Richards | Sport | The Guardian
The McLaren chief said a lack of stability was to blame for the team’s steep decline and lengthy spell in the wilderness
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november 2018 by tonys
How big data is helping to power Mercedes to F1 glory | ZDNet
Flash storage and advanced analytics allows Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport to hone performance in simulations and out on the track.
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november 2018 by tonys
Sophia Floersch fractures spine after huge airborne crash in Formula Three | Sport | The Guardian
Germany’s 17-year-old Formula Three driver Sophia Floersch has sustained a spinal fracture following a huge accident at the Macau Grand Prix, her team said on Sunday
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november 2018 by tonys
F1: Senior engineer Rob Smedley to leave Williams at the end of season - BBC Sport
Senior engineer Rob Smedley will leave the Williams team at the end of this Formula 1 season.
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november 2018 by tonys
Vietnam to host F1 grand prix in Hanoi street race from 2020 | Sport | The Guardian
The Hanoi track will be street race across 5.65km of the Vietnamese city’s centre
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november 2018 by tonys
Ferrari must match Mercedes’s teamwork to give Vettel a lift for 2019 | Giles Richards | Sport | The Guardian
The speed with which Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes learn from mistakes has been critical in the F1 title race
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october 2018 by tonys
Sebastian Vettel has to halt Lewis Hamilton’s F1 juggernaut in Japan | Sport | The Guardian
The Ferrari driver can wave goodbye to his slim title chance if he fails to bring Mercedes rival’s roll to an end at Suzuka
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october 2018 by tonys
F1 | 2021 First Concepts - Racecar Engineering
We have heard continuously how F1 2021 will be the year that Formula 1 enters a new revolution. But with all the discussions, research and concepts taking much longer than expected will this new era of F1 come in 2021 or later?
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october 2018 by tonys
Suzuka’s F1 sparkle remains as it gears up for a 30th Japanese Grand Prix | Giles Richards | Sport | The Guardian
The unique figure-of-eight track in the Mie prefecture is a driver favourite and has played host to some of F1’s most memorable battles
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october 2018 by tonys
Kimi Raikkonen to leave Ferrari for Sauber at end of F1 season | Sport | The Guardian
Kimi Raikkonen will leave Ferrari at the end of the season to rejoin his first team, Sauber, on a two-year deal
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september 2018 by tonys
Max Verstappen: ‘At the end of the day I know I will always be right’ | Sport | The Guardian
Red Bull’s Max Verstappen has come in for heavy criticism from drivers and online this season but he will not be changing his style, he tells Giles Richards
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june 2018 by tonys
Daniel Ricciardo keeps cool in stricken car to win Monaco Grand Prix | Sport | The Guardian
Daniel Ricciardo won the F1 Monaco Grand Prix for Red Bull ahead of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes
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may 2018 by tonys
Fernando Alonso’s lasting class lands WEC win and offers McLaren F1 hope | Giles Richards | Sport | The Guardian
The Spaniard has been in fine form in both the World Endurance Championship and F1 this season, but goes to Barcelona needing McLaren to give him the tools for the job
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may 2018 by tonys
Formula One to revamp cars in hopes of boosting overtaking in 2019 season | Sport | The Guardian
FIA aim to reduce airflow disruption for pursuing cars and reduce problems such as those experienced by Lewis Hamilton at the Australian Grand Prix
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may 2018 by tonys
Charismatic Charles Leclerc poised to lift Sauber to a different level in F1 | Giles Richards | Sport | The Guardian
The talented Charles Leclerc, whose godfather was Jules Bianchi, determined to make a flying start on his emotional Formula One debut in Melbourne
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march 2018 by tonys
Daniel Ricciardo: ‘Being in the F1 title fight is the minimum I would ask’ | Sport | The Guardian
Daniel Ricciardo has Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel in his sights and tells Giles Richards he has the tools to beat them in an even battle
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march 2018 by tonys
Why Adrian Newey just cannot bear to watch the new Senna movie | Film | The Guardian
Red Bull's chief engineer has won it all in F1, but he tells Donald McRae that he is still haunted by events at the San Marino Grand Prix 17 years ago
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march 2018 by tonys
Lewis Hamilton optimistic about new Mercedes after Barcelona testing | Sport | The Guardian
Lewis Hamilton was cautiously optimistic over the performance of his new Mercedes car after meaningful running on the final day of opening tests in Barcelona
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march 2018 by tonys
F1 hires Fast and Furious composer to write new theme tune in revamp | Sport | The Guardian
Formula One has hired the composer of several Fast and Furious movies to write a new theme tune for the motor racing organisation
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march 2018 by tonys
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