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‘A Lot Of It Is Fake’: Max Verstappen Slams Netflix’s F1 Documentary

Netflix is currently filming the third season of its Drive To Survive documentary series – and, as there’s been plenty of drama this year, season three looks set to be a great watch. The American on-demand content giant was first given behind-the-scenes access to the Formula One grid in 2018 after they reached a deal


F1 Teams Agree $30 Million Driver Salary Cap

On Monday, all F1 team bosses met virtually at the F1 Commission to vote on issues the sport is currently having to contend with. The main takeaway from this meeting was the pending addition of a driver salary cap starting in 2023 which was agreed upon by all the teams. READ: ‘Your Racism Is Showing’:


Ferrari Would Have Prevented Wolff From Becoming F1’s CEO

On Friday, it was confirmed that ex-Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali will take over from Chase Carey as the CEO and president of Formula One from the start of 2021. Reports that Domenicali was poised to take on the role surfaced a few days prior, but before that, Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff was seen


Formula One Confirms Domenicali Will Replace Carey As CEO In 2021

Formula One has confirmed that ex-Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali will become F1’s CEO in January 2021. He will take over from Chase Carey, who has held the position since Liberty Media acquired Formula One in 2017. READ: Red Bull Address Rumours That Newey Will Join Aston Martin In 2021 Carey will still be a

Ricardo Teixeira Barcelona Testing 2011

Ex-Caterham Reserve Driver: Rule Changes Will Encourage New Teams To Enter F1

Ricardo Teixeira, a Portuguese-Angolan racing driver who most notably served as the test and reserve driver for Team Lotus and the Caterham F1 team, discussed his racing career and the challenges of Formula One with managing editor Suliman Mulhem. Like most other Formula One drivers, Teixeira started out his racing career competing in karting


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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