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Motorsport · Brazil
Former F1 driver Wilson Fittipaldi, brother of two-time champion Emerson Fittipaldi, dies at 80
Wilson Fittipaldi, a former Formula One driver credited with helping to improve the standard of the sport in Brazil, has died.See the Story
47% Center coverage: 15 sources
Sergio Perez · Bahrain
Loose drain cover stops F1 testing for the second day in a row
The cover flew up when Red Bull's Sergio Perez drove over a curb. It was in the same part of the track where another loose cover caused disruption the day before. Drains have been a persistent problem for F1 in recent years, though typically on street circuits, not permanent racing venues.See the Story
50% Center coverage: 10 sources
Carlos Sainz · Bahrain
Verstappen calls on F1 tracks to 'double-check' safety
Testing in Bahrain was stopped on both Thursday and Friday due to drain covers coming loose in their concrete bases. The Bahrain organisers intend to address the problem before next week's Grand Prix. Filling in drains with concrete as a temporary measure is among the options being explored. Drivers have expressed concerned about a possible repeat at other venues.See the Story
57% Left coverage: 7 sources
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Hamilton: Diversity push a priority in Ferrari F1 talks
Lewis Hamilton says his diversity push will continue when he leaves Mercedes. The seven-time world champion is set to join Ferrari in 2025. Hamilton's personal foundation, Mission 44, aims to increase diversity in STEM. The charity has raised more than £11m since its founding in December 2021.See the Story
Bahrain · Bahrain
Haas F1 car no longer plagued by “nasty” characteristics
American-owned outfit finished bottom of constructors championship in 2023. Kevin Magnussen and Nico Hulkenberg found themselves struggling for pace in races thanks to tyre issues. Haas boss Ayao Komatsu says the new VF-24 can enjoy greater consistency in the season ahead.See the Story
Why RB believes F1 team name debate is a “good problem to have”
Visa Cash App RB F1 Team is officially known as Racing Bulls. But the company behind it is seen in the email addresses of employees. The change has its roots in an internal Red Bull decision to end the sponsorship from subsidiary AlphaTauri which had given the team its name for four seasons. New CEO Peter Bayer stressed he didn't want to be tied to a partner name.See the Story
Mercedes · United Kingdom
Mercedes has new adaptable F1 suspension trick on W15
At the time, it was believed that the Brackley-based outfit had done it as a diversionary pre-season tactic to throw rivals off the scent about what it was really up to. After all, teams aren’t allowed to fit redundant suspension elements on their cars. Mercedes W15 fake armPhoto by: Mercedes AMGIt has turned out, however, that what the image actually showed us was a clue to ...Keep readingSee the Story
Silverstone · Silverstone
Alonso in “good position to negotiate” F1 driver market
The 24-year-old says he is looking forward to the new season. He says he has a lot of work to do to get ready for the new campaign. He is currently in the middle of a two-year deal with the team. The deal is set to expire at the end of 2015.See the Story
Red Bull · Austria
The cooling tweaks that opened the door for Red Bull’s bold sidepods
Red Bull has moved more of its cooling priority to the car's centreline. This is in order not only to meet their aerodynamic objectives but also fulfil their cooling needs and improve the distribution of mass around the car. The team has also moved its ancillaries around within the confines of the engine cover and sidepods. There is also an interchangeable cooling panel for the snorkel inlets.See the Story
Cats · Bathurst
Bathurst 500: Brown holds off Mostert to score Sunday Supercars win
Walkinshaw Andretti United’s Chaz Mostert finished on the podium for the second race in a row. Saturday race winner Broc Feeney, who started from pole position, received a five-second pitlane penalty after a clash with James Golding on the opening lap.See the Story