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Lewis Hamilton Keeps Russian GP Pole Despite FIA Investigation

Lewis Hamilton, who was under investigation by the FIA for a track limits infringement in the first part of qualifying, will start the Russian Grand Prix on pole position after the FIA decided that no further action was needed. The track limits infringement was related to Hamilton running wide at turn two during a flying


FIA Investigating Hamilton For Track Limits Infringement At Sochi

Lewis Hamilton, who took pole position for the Russian Grand Prix on Saturday, is being investigated by the FIA for a track limits infringement which occurred in the first segment of qualifying. Both Haas drivers – Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen – plus Nicholas Latifi, are also being investigated for the same track limits infringement.


Perez Reportedly Signs Preliminary Contract With Haas

Sergio Perez has signed a preliminary contract to drive for the the Haas Formula One team in 2021, according to   The team nor Perez have confirmed this, and it’s unclear which of Haas’ existing drivers – Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen – would have to make way for Perez if he does end


Grosjean: Bottas ‘Should Be F****** Banned’ For Tuscan GP Restart

The safety car was deployed on the first lap of the inaugural Tuscan Grand Prix after three cars collided – and there was even more carnage during the restart. A series of collisions took place down the start-finish straight, leading to the race being red-flagged. READ: Mercedes Insist Story About £700mn Ineos Takeover & Rebrand

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Will Sergio Perez Join Red Bull Or Haas In 2021?

Sergio Perez announced on Wednesday that he will leave Racing Point at the end of the 2020 Formula One season, after weeks of speculation about his future at the team. Sebastian Vettel, who will leave Ferrari at the end of the year, is favourite to replace Perez at Racing Point, which will be rebranded Aston


Haas Won’t Ditch Ferrari Power For Renault Next Year

Haas F1 team principal Gunther Steiner has insisted that the American constructor will not be ditching Ferrari power for Renault in 2021. Ferrari’s package is the weakest power unit in Formula 1, as demonstrated at the Belgian Grand Prix, with all six Ferrari-powered cars finishing 12th or lower. READ: Red Bull Have ‘No Intention’ Of

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