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Formula 1 Domenicali set to become new F1 CEO, replacing Carey Ex-Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali is set to become the new CEO of Formula 1, taking over from Chase Carey ahead of the 2021 season

Autosport Plus Will signing Vettel save Aston Martin? Racing Point's decision to hire Sebastian Vettel for the start of its new era as Aston Martin is intriguing. Lawrence Stroll's team opted to cut the emotional ties to Sergio Perez to sign a multiple champion, as the next step of a wider long-term strategy

Formula 1 Renault sees "Ford vs Ferrari" spirit from new CEO Renault CEO Luca de Meo is installing a spirit inside the Formula 1 squad with similarities to the story behind the 'Ford v Ferrari' movie, reckons team boss Cyril Abiteboul

Formula 1 Steiner: F1 should consider NASCAR-style 'restart zone' Formula 1 should consider adopting NASCAR's 'restart zone' to avoid a repeat of the pile-up at Mugello that was triggered after a safety car period, reckons Haas boss Gunther Steiner

WEC Rebellion to miss Bahrain WEC finale The Rebellion Racing LMP1 team has confirmed that the Le Mans 24 Hours was its final World Endurance Championship outing, and will not take part in the Bahrain season finale

Autosport Plus The youngster set to end a 20-year wait for Suzuki Three podiums from the last four races have propelled Joan Mir into the fight for the most unlikely of MotoGP titles. However, there are other factors that further back up his chances of serving up Suzuki's first premier-class crown since 2000

Formula 1 Why teams shouldn't fear Domenicali in charge Formula 1's decision to swoop for the services of Stefano Domenicali as its future CEO has delivered the inevitable mixture of applause and scepticism

Podcast: MotoGP Emilia Romagna GP review Autosport's International Editor Lewis Duncan and Motorsport.com's Global MotoGP Editor Oriol Puigdemont discuss a sixth different winner in seven races as Maverick Vinales delivers at Misano

Podcast: Autosport@70 - choosing the greatest touring car of all time Autosport debates the greatest touring car of all time in the latest of our special series of podcasts to celebrate our 70th birthday

PMI Joins Scuderia Ferrari in Celebrating the Team's 1000th Grand Prix Relishing the opportunity to congratulate Ferrari reaching its 1000th Grand Prix, Mission Winnow has created a video that captures the team's most iconic moments in F1

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  • Circuit: Sochi
  • Race: 53 laps / 309.745 km
Tuscany / 13 Sep
Pos Driver Team
1 Hamilton Mercedes
2 Bottas Mercedes
3 Albon Red Bull/Honda
4 Ricciardo Renault
5 Perez Racing Point/Mercedes
6 Norris McLaren/Renault
7 Kvyat AlphaTauri/Honda
8 Leclerc Ferrari
9 Raikkonen Alfa Romeo/Ferrari
10 Vettel Ferrari
Standings / After 9 races
Pos Driver Points
1 Lewis Hamilton 190
2 Valtteri Bottas 135
3 Max Verstappen 110
4 Lando Norris 65
5 Alexander Albon 63
6 Lance Stroll 57
7 Daniel Ricciardo 53
8 Charles Leclerc 49
9 Sergio Perez 44
10 Pierre Gasly 43

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Alex KalinauckasWill signing Vettel save Aston Martin? Racing Point's decision to hire Sebastian Vettel for the start of its new era as Aston Martin is intriguing. Lawrence Stroll's team opted to cut the emotional ties to Sergio Perez to sign a multiple champion, as the next step of a wider long-term strategy F1

Oriol PuigdemontThe youngster set to end a 20-year wait for Suzuki Three podiums from the last four races have propelled Joan Mir into the fight for the most unlikely of MotoGP titles. However, there are other factors that further back up his chances of serving up Suzuki's first premier-class crown since 2000 MotoGP

Le Mans 2020Why running Le Mans without the fanfare was crucial This year's Le Mans 24 Hours was always going to standout in the history books as the one without the fans and the festival atmosphere, but running it in the first place was vital for both the present and the future WEC

GP RacingHow the first F1 Mercedes laid the path of greatness When one of the giants of pre-war grand prix racing returned to the track in the 1950s, it did so with game-changing thoroughness. STUART CODLING examines the Mercedes W196 F1

WRC reportEvans takes care to deliver Turkish delight Elfyn Evans favoured pragmatism over speed at Rally Turkey to take charge of the 2020 World Rally championship title tussle when major rivals Sebastien Ogier and Ott Tanak faltered WRC

Lewis DuncanHow Vinales went from 'kitty' to MotoGP 'beast' at Misano MotoGP's double-headers have produced second acts that are anything but repeats of the first, with Maverick Vinales pulling off the latest seven-day turnaround to go from supporting cast to headline performer in the 2020 title show MotoGP

Le Mans 2020How the "small things" cost another overdue win at Le Mans While Toyota has truly broken its Le Mans curse by sealing a hat-trick of wins, the bad luck and frustration is squarely stuck with the #7 crew who once again must swallow defeat WEC

Kevin TurnerThe ‘slow’ Porsche that started a Le Mans legend Fifty years ago Porsche took its inaugural win at the Le Mans 24 Hours in 1970. KEVIN TURNER tells the improbable story of the car that got the ball rolling for the 24 Hours' most successful manufacturer WEC