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Two-time Champion Fernando Alonso To Leave F1
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Fernando Alonso is to leave Formula One at the end of the season, McLaren confirmed Tuesday.

The 37-year-old has had a glittering career in F1, winning back-to-back titles in 2005 and 2006 with Renault, the first of which made him the then youngest ever champion.

Alonso, who is in his 17th season in the sport, has won 32 races, amassed 22 pole positions and reached the podium on 97 occasions.

"After 17 wonderful years in this amazing sport, it's time for me to make a change and move on...
Force India exit administration
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F1 team Force India entered administration on the eve of the Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying. This was triggered by its most successful driver Sergio Perez's sponsors, with the Mexican saying he was saving the 400 employees. The team owned a lot of money, including to its working, Perez among them, Mercedes and BWT. BWT began sponsoring the team in 2017, which was the reason their car was painted pink, but it has emerged that the money was taken out in the form of a loan.

Recently, the team...
Leader Sebastian Vettel Heads Home For German GP
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Sebastian Vettel will hope to fare better than Lewis Hamilton did last time out as a Formula One title contender heads home for a second consecutive race.

Hamilton enjoyed home advantage at the British Grand Prix in the last race, but his shot at a winning run at Silverstone ended after an early collision with Kimi Raikkonen.

That allowed Vettel, Raikkonen's Ferrari teammate, to hold off a Hamilton recovery and stretch his lead at the top of the drivers' standings to eight points at the...
Haas F1 Team Sticking To Its Plan In Rise Up Formula 1 Standings
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Team principal Guenther Steiner of the Haas F1 Team says he has no regrets about the path taken by the American Formula 1 team.

As Haas stepped up the grid in 2018 with a realistic goal of finishing behind the top three teams -- and ahead of everyone else --- in outright performance, some drivers raised their eyebrows. After all, Haas finished eighth in the constructors' championship in each of its first two years in the series.

Haas stuck to the plan and figured its technical alliance...
FIA tremendous license suggestions holding returned Red Bull F1 prospect
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The FIA is inserting the brakes on a 19-yr-old formula 1 hopeful before he even receives into the cockpit as Red Bull Racing tries to advertise its next younger F1 hotshot.

Red Bull, which has been looking for a possible replacement for struggling Toro Rosso driver Brendon Hartley, believes it has discovered its subsequent young driver for its F1 application in Daniel Ticktum, a 19-12 months-old Briton and Red Bull junior driver. Ticktum is currently 2nd in formula three

In 2015, Ticktum...

F1 News Lando Norris approached by means of Toro Rosso for 2018
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The 18-year-historical holds a 27-factor lead in this season's method 2 championship
McLaren have rejected an approach for his or her reserve driver Lando Norris to race for Toro Rosso this season.

crimson Bull had desired the Englishman, 18, who races in formula 2, to substitute New Zealander Brendon Hartley of their junior team for the leisure of this yr.

but McLaren favorite to retain Norris on his existing trajectory.

A McLaren spokesman pointed out: "We...

F1 News Formula One statistics for the Canadian Grand Prix
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Mercedes are 22 points ahead of Ferrari in the constructors' championship.

Russian rookie Sergey Sirotkin Williams is the best driver on the starting grid yet to score points in his career.

Haas's Romain Grosjean has yet to pick up a point in 2018 and together with the last season the Frenchman has not scored for 10 races in a row.


Hamilton has won six races in Montreal in 2007, 2010, 2012, 2015, 2016 and 2017. He is now chasing his fourth win in a row to...

F1 News Lewis Hamilton may give up After 2020 Season, Coulthard Says
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David Coulthard believes Lewis Hamilton may stroll away from formula 1 after the 2020 season when the Concorde contract comes to an end.

The Briton is within the closing seven months of his contract with Mercedes and is yet to agree a new deal to remain in formula 1 past 2018. Hamilton and the Mercedes hierarchy are clear that they both want to continue with every different but are yet to reach an contract despite being in talks for the reason that the conclusion...

F1 News Ferrari probed over power healing equipment
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MONACO Reuters - Ferrari were cast into the highlight at the Monaco Grand Prix on Thursday after components One opponents puzzled the legality of the power recovery device on the Italian team’s car and the governing body turned into pronounced to be investigating.
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F1 News F1's race hosting profits now not."sustainable" - Wolff
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The brand new experience in Miami should not according to the ordinary model of a promoter paying a huge price that escalates in future years, but will as a substitute be run with a income and chance sharing model, with F1 in impact taking a share of gate and hospitality earnings.

That construction has encouraged a couple of promoters to are seeking for more advantageous deals in the future, with Hockenheim and Baku among the first to make their cases in public -...

F1 News Monaco GP: Lewis Hamilton & Fernando Alonso critical of 'most boring race
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Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso criticised the Monaco Grand Prix - saying it was "not really racing" and "the most boring race ever".

Drivers were lapping several seconds off the pace as they managed tyres to ensure they were able to do only one pit stop.

Hamilton said: "We were just cruising around from lap six, literally cruising. So it wasn't really racing.

"If that was exciting for you to watch, no problem."

Alonso, giving his reaction to the race, said...

F1 News Verstappen's repeated Monaco error shows he's not learning
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Max Verstappen's repeat of his 2016 Monaco Grand Prix qualifying crash this weekend proves the Red Bull Formula 1 driver is not learning from his mistakes, according to Sergio Perez.

Verstappen ended up in the barriers on the exit of the Swimming Pool section at the end of Saturday practice after clipping the inside wall on the entry and breaking the front-right.

It was a carbon-copy of the error he made in Q1 two years (pictured below), and had the same effect...


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Championship standings

POS Driver Points
1 Lewis Hamilton
2 Sebastian Vettel
3 Kimi Raikkonen
4 Max Verstappen
Red Bull
5 Valtteri Bottas
POS Team Points
1 Mercedes 655
2 Ferrari 571
3 Red Bull 419
4 Renault 122
5 Haas 93