2020 Tuscan Grand Prix

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Former F1 Driver Says Hamilton Shouldn’t Mix Politics With Sport

Sir Lewis Hamilton made a number of gestures last year as he campaigned for black equality and justice, and he referenced a number of incidents that had occurred in the US. READ: Kevin Magnussen Reveals Why He Rejected Red Bull Opportunity For instance, he wore a t-shirt during the podium ceremony of the Tuscan Grand


App Launched To Help Fans Safely Attend F1 Races Amid COVID-19

An app has been launched with the sole aim of helping fans, teams, race organisers, and sponsors safely attend F1 grands prix amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The app, the Guestia Digital Event and Travel Companion, allows teams and organisers to manage and mitigate risks arising from the COVID-19 pandemic on race weekends. READ: Vettel Pleaded


Horner Blames The Media For Lowering Alex Albon’s Confidence

Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner has long defended Alex Albon, even when calls for the Thai driver to be replaced were at their peak. And now, Horner has blamed the media for lowering Albon’s confidence by constantly publishing speculation about his future and calling for him to be replaced. READ: Formula One Confirms


Stroll’s Mugello Crash Leaves Perez Without Upgrades At Sochi

Lance Stroll’s RP20 will be Racing Point’s only car which is running its upgraded package at this weekend’s Russian Grand Prix. The team only had one set of the upgrades ready in time for the Tuscan Grand Prix a fortnight ago, which it opted to run on Stroll’s car. READ: ‘It Wasn’t Us’: Ferrari &


McLaren Defend Decision To Trial Mercedes-Inspired Nose

Zak Brown, CEO of McLaren Racing, has defended the Woking-based team’s trialling of a new nose at Mugello which was inspired by the Mercedes W11. McLaren drew flak for copying Mercedes’ design, with critics arguing that it was hypocritical of the team to develop and run the nose as they had filed an appeal to


Demotion To AlphaTauri In 2019 ‘Felt Unfair’ – Gasly

Pierre Gasly has said his mid-season demotion from Red Bull Racing to Scuderia AlphaTauri in 2019 felt “unfair”, but he’s feeling more motivated than ever after recently recording his first F1 victory. “I haven’t been in Formula 1 for even three years yet and I felt already that I’ve been through a lot of things,


Last Two Races Have Been ‘Unacceptable’ For Red Bull – Marko

The last two races – specifically, the Italian Grand Prix and the inaugural Tuscan Grand Prix – have been “unacceptable” for Red Bull, according to Helmut Marko. Max Verstappen retired from both races with technical issues, while Alex Albon finished outside the points at Monza but bagged his first F1 podium a week later at


Keep An Eye On Charles Leclerc’s Future At Ferrari – Webber

Charles Leclerc has established himself as the number one driver at Ferrari and the team is putting a lot of its faith in him to deliver race wins and titles once they have a more competitive package. But, ex-F1 driver Mark Webber has warned that the young Monegasque could be looking to leave the Scuderia

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