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Hamilton to be slapped with fine for skipping Gala after defeat to Verstappen

Sir Lewis Hamilton has confirmed that he will be fined for his non-appearance at the FIA prize-giving gala in December, but has pledged to put the money towards a good cause. Hamilton was cruelly denied his eighth world championship in December’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix when a controversial Safety Car restart by former race director

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Marko agrees team contact with Masi needs to be stopped

Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko shares Formula 1 technical director Ross Brawn’s view that contact between team principals and race director Michael Masi needs to be stopped. Mercedes and Red Bull were on the radio to Masi on multiple occasions last season, most notably in the final race in Abu Dhabi. Buy an F1

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Ferrari CEO Says Binotto’s Role Isn’t Under Threat Despite Poor Form

Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri has said team principal Mattia Binotto’s role at the Scuderia isn’t under threat and he still has “every confidence” in him despite the team’s poor run of results. “I have to say I have every confidence in Mattia Binotto and his team. The results aren’t there to prove what I’m saying,

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‘Sebastian Never Caused Any Trouble’: Ex-Ferrari Chairman Defends Vettel

Ex-Ferrari chairman Luca di Montezemolo has said he is unhappy about the manner and timing of Sebastian Vettel’s departure from the Maranello-based team. “I didn’t like the timing and the way Seb split up with the team. Sebastian has never caused any trouble, [he] always worked as part of a team.” READ: Ferrari Confident It

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F1 Teams Sign New Concorde Agreement, Commit Until 2025

All 10 Formula 1 constructors have signed the new Concorde Agreement, effectively committing them to the sport until the end of the 2025 season. The new deal, which is an important agreement between the FIA, Liberty Media and the teams on many key aspects of the sport, including how prize money and TV revenue is

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