2021 Brazilian Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton reacts to Pelé’s death

The footballing world was shocked on Thursday as it was announced the possibly the greatest football player to ever live, Pelé, had passed away. The 82-year-old had been in intensive care in a Sao Paulo hospital for some time, suffering with colon cancer which had put the Brazilian in critical condition on multiple occasions. Pelé

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Wolff reveals he thought Hamilton had lost championship after DSQ

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff feared that Sir Lewis Hamilton’s title challenge was all but over when the Briton was disqualified from qualifying at the Brazilian Grand Prix. Hamilton qualified fastest for the sprint qualifying event on the Friday in Sao Paulo, but a technical infringement on his rear wing saw him pushed down the


F1 Sprint Race Trial To Go Ahead After Teams Agree Financial Package

Formula One is poised to trial sprint races at three rounds of the 2021 calendar, after all ten teams agreed a financial package for the proposal with Liberty Media. As per the deal, Liberty Media will pay each team a one-off payment of $500,000 to cover their costs of competing in the three trial sprint

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Formula One Denies Canadian & Brazilian GPs Facing Cancellation Due To COVID-19

Formula One has told Formula1News.co.uk that reports this year’s Canadian and Brazilian Grand Prix are likely to be cancelled are false. READ: Mercedes Hit Back At Bottas’ ‘Not Quite Normal’ Strategy Claim “Both of these suggestions are wrong,” an F1 spokesperson said in a brief statement when approached for comment on the matter. Earlier, the

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F1 Could Race In Turkey & Bahrain Again In 2021

Formula One could hold another race in Bahrain this season and also visit Istanbul amid uncertainty about the Canadian and Brazilian Grand Prix due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. READ: Mercedes Hit Back At Bottas’ ‘Not Quite Normal’ Strategy Claim The provisional 23-race 2021 calendar was already hit with disruption earlier this year, with the


Interlagos Will Continue To Host The Brazilian Grand Prix Until 2025

Formula One has confirmed this evening that Interlagos will continue to host the Brazilian Grand Prix until 2025. “We are pleased to announce the city of São Paulo will continue to host the Brazilian Grand Prix until 2025 and look forward to working with our new promoter in the years ahead,” Chase Carey, the outgoing