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Raikkonen? Gasly? Vandoorne? Who do you want as the next Red Bull driver?

2018-08-19 12:51:21

With Daniel Ricciardo leaving Red Bull, a seat in a potentially title-winning car is up for grabs - but who will get it?

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F1: Renault to feature bodywork upgrades at Spa

2018-08-18 12:37:00

In its bid to claim 'best of the rest' title, Renault is taking a number of bodywork upgrades to Belgium next weekend.

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F1: Kubica driving "70% left-handed"

2018-08-18 12:03:00

Still adapting to the after-effects of the injuries suffered in his 2011 rally crash, Robert Kubica admits to now driving "70% left-handed".

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F1: Magnussen aiming to win his own championship

2018-08-18 11:38:00

Haas driver Kevin Magnussen is aiming to win his own 'best of the rest' championship.

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F1: Honda welcomes Alonso's IndyCar test

2018-08-17 07:45:00

Though his experience of Honda in F1 and the Indy 500 left him somewhat disillusioned, the Japanese manufacturer would be delighted to work with Fernando Alonso in IndyCar.

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F1: Alonso admits to becoming disillusioned with F1

2018-08-16 22:18:00

Admitting that he may yet return to F1, Fernando Alonso reveals that disillusionment with the sport has caused him to turn his back on itÂ… for now.

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Fernando Alonso: There are 'bigger challenges' than Formula 1 can offer me

2018-08-16 18:10:34

Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso says there are "bigger challenges" than Formula 1.

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McLaren: Carlos Sainz to replace Fernando Alonso from 2019

2018-08-16 14:54:24

Carlos Sainz signs a multi-year deal to replace fellow Spaniard Fernando Alonso at McLaren from 2019, the team confirm.

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F1: Villeneuve urges Ferrari to retain Raikkonen

2018-08-16 13:15:00

Jacques Villeneuve believes Ferrari should retain Kimi Raikkonen for 2019 and hold off promoting Charles Leclerc.

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F1: Who Goes Where 2019

2018-08-16 12:50:00

Today's news that Carlos Sainz is joining McLaren means that seven of the 20 seats for the 2019 Formula One season have now been officially filled.

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