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WADA Still Investigating Haas’ 2021 Russian Livery

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is still investigating Haas’ 2021 livery, a spokesperson for the international doping body told on Tuesday. Specifically, the spokesperson described WADA’s investigation as “ongoing” and said they are “waiting for the result of the discussions.” Follow us on Google News to never miss an F1 story! WADA launched its


Formula 1 To Race In Miami In 2022 As 10-Year Deal Announced

Formula 1 has announced that the sport will race in Miami in 2022, with a 10-year deal being signed for a grand prix to take place at Hard Rock Stadium, home of the Miami Dolphins. Formula 1 is yet to specify where the race will fall in the 2022 calendar, but it said the track


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


‘That Gives Us Some Hope’: Aston Martin Keeping Eye On Mercedes’ Gains

The Aston Martin F1 Team will be keeping an eye on Mercedes’ performance gains this season, as both team’s 2021 cars have a similar aerodynamic design philosophy and share numerous components, team principal Otmar Szafnauer has said. Mercedes and Aston Martin have both been hit hard by the 2021 regulation changes, which mandated cuts to

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc in 2021 -

Charles Leclerc Refuses To Share Opinion On F1 Driver Salary Cap

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc has refused to publicly voice his views on Formula One’s proposed driver salary cap. “It is an issue that we should discuss among ourselves as drivers and then with the FIA,” Leclerc replied when asked for his thoughts on F1 imposing a driver salary cap. Follow us on Google News to

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