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F1: Force India would prefer Halo to be deferred

2017-08-19 11:43:00

Force India's chief operating officer, Otmar Szafnauer, admits he would prefer the introduction of Halo device to be deferred to 2019.

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Formula 1: Pick your top three drivers of the season so far

2017-08-18 15:42:28

Who are your top three drivers of the season so far? Given what has happened in 2017 there's more to it than a glance at the leaderboard.

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F1: Marko tips Vettel for 2017 title

2017-08-17 17:13:00

Red Bull's Helmut Marko believes former protege Sebastian Vettel will go on to win this year's title.

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F1: Sainz seeking team equality

2017-08-17 12:31:00

Carlos Sainz seeks a more socialist approach as midfield is regularly left to fight for scraps.

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F1: F1 facing Pay-TV conundrum

2017-08-17 08:51:00

Speaking to financial analysts F1 boss Chase Carey admits the sport faces a dilemma in terms of broadcasting.

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F1: Leclerc: Racing for the Scuderia would be the realisation of a dream

2017-08-16 12:49:00

F2 champion elect, Charles Leclerc, admits that an F1 drive with Ferrari would be his ultimate dream.

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F1: Whiting checks out Argentine track

2017-08-16 08:56:00

The FIA's race director, Charlie Whiting, has carried out an informal evaluation of Argentina's Autodromo de Buenos Aires Juan y Oscar Galvez.

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F1: Why F1 has burned up £95m in losses so far this year

2017-08-15 13:11:00

Revealed: The facts behind those reports claiming that Formula One is now a profit-making machine.

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F1: Haas: Gap to leaders "really depressing"

2017-08-14 18:16:00

Gene Haas admits that inability to close the gap to leading teams is "really depressing".

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F1: Massa: F1 has not got worse

2017-08-14 09:46:00

Brazilian veteran Felipe Massa dismisses claims that F1 isn't as good as it used to be.

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