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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

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F1 CEO Denies Ferrari Bias Despite Their ‘Big Role’

Formula One’s commercial rights holders Liberty Media do not favour Ferrari due to their history in the sport, F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has insisted. The former Ferrari team principal said that although the Scuderia certainly has a “big role” and a rich history in the sport, Liberty Media is committed to promoting a “great battle”

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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

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F1 Fans Want A Dubai Grand Prix – Poll

83 percent of F1 fans believe the sport should race at the Dubai Autodrome instead of Abu Dhabi’s Yas Marina Circuit, according to a poll of 1,288 Formula1News.co.uk readers. READ: ‘I Don’t Think It’s Yet There As A Package’: Valtteri Bottas Gives Verdict On Mercedes W12 Only 13 percent of respondents were in favour of

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WATCH: Onboard Simulation Of Saudi Arabia’s Ultra-Fast Street Circuit

Formula One has released additional information about the street circuit that will host the inaugural Saudi Arabian Grand Prix this year. READ: Perez Responds To Former Team’s ‘Extreme Driving Style’ Comment The Jeddah Street Circuit, which has been designed in collaboration with German engineer Hermann Tilke, will have 27 corners and will be the fastest

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Porsche & VW Mulling F1 Entry In 2025

Porsche and its parent company, the Volkswagen Group, are considering entering Formula One in 2025. Speaking to BBC Sport earlier this week, Porsche Motorsport vice-president Fritz Enzinger stressed that their entry into the pinnacle of motorsport would be contingent on how F1’s new engine regulations align with their objectives. READ: Doping Watchdog Investigating Haas &

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F1 To Race At Portimão Again This Year As 2021 Calendar Finalised

F1 will race at Portimão once again this upcoming season, with the Portuguese Grand Prix today being announced as the third round of the 2021 Championship. Announcing the addition of the Portuguese GP to the calendar, F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali said he is “confident and excited” about this upcoming season. READ: Aston Martin Unveil 2021

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