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Formula 1 Masi: F1 stewards not trying to stop Hamilton FIA race director Michael Masi has defended Formula 1's regulatory and judicial system after Lewis Hamilton suggested the stewards "are trying to stop me" with penalties

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Formula 1 Horner hints at Mercedes complacency creeping in Red Bull boss Christian Horner says that Mercedes' rules mix-up at Sochi could be a sign of complacency creeping in at the reigning Formula 1 championship-winning team

Formula 1 Verstappen: Penalty system "harsh" on Hamilton Max Verstappen and Sebastian Vettel have questioned the FIA's Formula 1 penalty points system after a "harsh" sanction given to Lewis Hamilton was rescinded

Formula 1 Australian GP targeting traditional March date Australian Grand Prix organisers are still working towards hosting the opening round of the 2021 Formula 1 season in March, according to Autosport's sources

MotoGP Quartararo: Catalan GP win better than Jerez double Petronas SRT Yamaha's Fabio Quartararo says his victory in the Catalan Grand Prix was the "best moment of my life" and "better" than his maiden wins at Jerez in July

Formula 1 Schumacher set for F1 practice debut at Eifel GP Mick Schumacher will get his first run in an official Formula 1 practice session at the Eifel Grand Prix, as Ferrari announces run plans for a trio of its youngsters

Podcast: Reviewing the Russian Grand Prix Autosport's Alex Kalinauckas and Luke Smith are joined by Motorsport Network's Jess McFadyen and Motorsport.com's Oleg Karpov to pull apart the key talking points from the Russian GP

Podcast: MotoGP Catalan Grand Prix review In the latest Tank Slappers podcast, Autosport's Lewis Duncan and Motorsport.com's Oriol Puigdemont discuss the latest MotoGP title situation after Fabio Quartararo's Catalan GP victory

The "black gold" behind an all-female Nurburgring 24 Hours challenge The all-female Giti Tire Motorsport by WS Racing will take on the infamous Nordschleife in the Nurburgring 24 Hours, in which tyre management will be key

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  • Circuit: Nurburgring
  • Race: 60 laps / 308.88 km
Russia / 27 Sep
Pos Driver Team
1 Bottas Mercedes
2 Verstappen Red Bull/Honda
3 Hamilton Mercedes
4 Perez Racing Point/Mercedes
5 Ricciardo Renault
6 Leclerc Ferrari
7 Ocon Renault
8 Kvyat AlphaTauri/Honda
9 Gasly AlphaTauri/Honda
10 Albon Red Bull/Honda
Standings / After 10 races
Pos Driver Points
1 Lewis Hamilton 205
2 Valtteri Bottas 161
3 Max Verstappen 128
4 Lando Norris 65
5 Alexander Albon 64
6 Daniel Ricciardo 63
7 Charles Leclerc 57
8 Lance Stroll 57
9 Sergio Perez 56
10 Pierre Gasly 45

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