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Autosport Plus How F1 2019 could've looked without Ferrari's blunders The signs from pre-season testing suggested Ferrari would take the fight to Mercedes in 2019, but the reality has been markedly different. Much of that can be blamed on Ferrari missing opportunities, as this alternate reality makes clear

Formula 1 What we've learned from F1's 2021 windtunnel hints Formula 1's 2021 concept car has undergone its first windtunnel tests, and according to series chiefs the results of changes designed to improve the spectacle were "excellent"

Formula 1 Williams has had to 'stop and reconfigure' to recover Williams's behind-the-scenes changes to turn around its Formula 1 fortunes are akin to stopping to "reconfigure the machine" instead of continuing with the same processes

WRC Tanak leads Rally Germany ahead of Neuville Ott Tanak inched into an early Rally Germany lead over Thierry Neuville, as the pair left their World Rally Championship rivals trailing on Friday morning

MotoGP Zarco's plight reminds Rossi of his Ducati misery Valentino Rossi says he can sympathise with Johann Zarco's decision to quit KTM after one MotoGP season, as the situation reminds him of his own struggles at Ducati

Formula 1 Ferrari: F1's current tyre process is "wrong" The Ferrari Formula 1 team has questioned the current process for establishing the tyre specification for the season, following the debate over supplier Pirelli's thinner-tread 2019 rubber

Autosport Plus DTM 2019 needs its own 'push him out' OPINION: The 2019 DTM title fight looked like it would be a thrilling four-way battle for the crown. But that has boiled down to a two-horse race between Audi drivers Rene Rast and Nico Muller, which means the marque must now let them off the leash

What impact has W Series had on motorsport equality? The Autosport podcast assesses progress for female representation in racing

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  • Circuit: Spa-Francorchamps
  • Race: 44 laps / 308.052 km
Hungary / 4 Aug
Pos Driver Team
1 Hamilton Mercedes
2 Verstappen Red Bull/Honda
3 Vettel Ferrari
4 Leclerc Ferrari
5 Sainz Jr. McLaren/Renault
6 Gasly Red Bull/Honda
7 Raikkonen Alfa Romeo/Ferrari
8 Bottas Mercedes
9 Norris McLaren/Renault
10 Albon Toro Rosso/Honda
Standings / After 12 races
Pos Driver Points
1 Lewis Hamilton 250
2 Valtteri Bottas 188
3 Max Verstappen 181
4 Sebastian Vettel 156
5 Charles Leclerc 132
6 Pierre Gasly 63
7 Carlos Sainz Jr. 58
8 Kimi Raikkonen 31
9 Daniil Kvyat 27
10 Lando Norris 24
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Tom ErringtonDTM 2019 needs its own 'push him out' OPINION: The 2019 DTM title fight looked like it would be a thrilling four-way battle for the crown. But that has boiled down to a two-horse race between Audi drivers Rene Rast and Nico Muller, which means the marque must now let them off the leash 1566518400 DTM

Scott MitchellHow F1 2019 could've looked without Ferrari's blunders The signs from pre-season testing suggested Ferrari would take the fight to Mercedes in 2019, but the reality has been markedly different. Much of that can be blamed on Ferrari missing opportunities, as this alternate reality makes clear 1566518400 F1

Edd StrawEvery F1 team should want to be Bottas's Plan B Valtteri Bottas is still waiting to hear on his Mercedes future, but losing a seat at the best Formula 1 team on the grid might not be a career-ending disaster. He would be an incredibly valuable asset for any other team 1566432000 F1

Valentin KhorounzhiyWhy Alonso must heed Loeb's Dakar failures Fernando Alonso is edging closer to a Dakar debut, but he should take heed of the lessons rallying legend Sebastien Loeb has learned through several near-misses, despite his promising performances at the event 1566432000 Dakar

Lucy MorsonHow Chadwick became motorsport's face of change From falling into motorsport "by accident" to becoming the first W Series champion, Jamie Chadwick's career success has shown motorsport's capacity for change and suggests the wait for another woman to race in Formula 1 could soon be over 1566432000 W

Technical analysisThe tech concept changes behind McLaren's revival McLaren's journey back to respectability has included major management upheaval and a change of engine supplier, but also a new technical philosophy. This is how it used a Red Bull-inspired starting point and key development decisions to move forwards 1566345600 F1

F1 RacingCan any current racers match Stewart's post-F1 power? One driver set the template for establishing a successful career beyond the cockpit, writes MARK GALLAGHER, but very few have followed his example 1566345600 F1

Scott MitchellThe rivalry primed to save F1's post-Hamilton era Though Lewis Hamilton's departure is inevitably drawing closer, Formula 1 is going to be able to replace its current single transcendent star with something it hasn't really had in two decades - a genuine classic sporting rivalry 1566345600 F1

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