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Formula 1 Three F1 teams tried to sign Norris from McLaren Three rival Formula 1 teams made approaches for McLaren's rising star Lando Norris but all would have involved the Formula 2 championship leader cutting his ties with the Woking camp

WEC Watch: Why winning Toyota wasn't penalised in pits One of the major talking points from this year's Le Mans 24 Hours was the debate over if the race-winning #8 Toyota should have been penalised for a pitstop infringement

MotoGP Marquez: Dovizioso's crashes 'not normal' Andrea Dovizioso's three crashes in the past four MotoGP races are "not normal" for the reliable Ducati rider, according to championship leader Marc Marquez

Formula 1 Leclerc: F2 to F1 jump bigger than expected Charles Leclerc has admitted that the step he had to make from winning Formula 2 to racing in Formula 1 was bigger than he expected

WEC Alonso, Buemi, Nakajima win Le Mans for Toyota Toyota finally took its maiden victory at the Le Mans 24 Hours, with the #8 car of Fernando Alonso, Sebastien Buemi and Kazuki Nakajima leading a one-two for the manufacturer

WEC Alonso feared repeat of Indy 500 heartbreak Fernando Alonso says he was "stressed" in the final stint of the Le Mans 24 Hours, fearing he would miss out on glory like he did in the 2017 Indianapolis 500

WEC Toyota: Alonso's Le Mans debut 'exceptional' Toyota team director Rob Leupen says double Formula 1 world champion Fernando Alonso was "exceptional" on his Le Mans 24 Hours debut in helping Toyota to finally win the race

ACO to launch Le Mans eSports series Elite gamers and amateurs can compete to race in unique final at Le Mans in 2019

How to get the best Belgian GP fan experience Enjoy Spa to the maximum with Thomas Cook

Formula E offers technology work placement Your chance to work with FE's Head of Technology

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Pos Driver Team
1 Vettel Ferrari
2 Bottas Mercedes
3 Verstappen Red Bull/Renault
4 Ricciardo Red Bull/Renault
5 Hamilton Mercedes
6 Raikkonen Ferrari
7 Hulkenberg Renault
8 Sainz Renault
9 Ocon Force India/Mercedes
10 Leclerc Sauber/Ferrari
Standings / After 7 races
Pos Driver Points
1 Sebastian Vettel 121
2 Lewis Hamilton 120
3 Valtteri Bottas 86
4 Daniel Ricciardo 84
5 Kimi Raikkonen 68
6 Max Verstappen 50
7 Fernando Alonso 32
8 Nico Hulkenberg 32
9 Carlos Sainz 24
10 Kevin Magnussen 19

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Jonathan NobleThe key flaw in F1's mega title fight Three teams separated by very little at the front and the advantage shifting all the time in the title battle, but a run of dire grands prix with no passing and big gaps between the cars. Formula 1 2018 is proving to be its own worst enemy 1529020800 F1

Gary WatkinsIs the challenge of Le Mans being diminished? The alterations to the Porsche Curves at the Circuit de la Sarthe have been completed for the 2018 edition of the 24 Hours and many of the drivers are not happy with the changes. But have they saved the famous corners from complete destruction? 1529020800 WEC

AnalysisWhat we've learned at Le Mans so far How Fernando Alonso is really getting on at Toyota, the surprise contenders impressing in LMP1 and LMP2, a major GTE team in trouble and ongoing angst for Manor - here are the major pre-race storylines from Le Mans 1529020800 WEC

Autosport PerformanceWhat the F1 rookies should expect at Le Mans As the defending Le Mans winner with Porsche, Toro Rosso Formula 1 racer Brendon Hartley is well-qualified to explain what this year's stellar rookie crop will encounter 1528934400 Performance

Gary WatkinsHow Toyota is trying to beat Le Mans itself Toyota may not have much opposition at Le Mans this year, but it feels it has 'beaten itself' in its last three painful defeats rather than being defeated by rivals. So it's taken extreme measures to prepare for the unexpected this week 1528934400 WEC

Adam CooperInside Renault and Honda's fight for Red Bull When Hondas were failing constantly with McLaren, the idea of Red Bull picking up the Japanese engines within two years would've seemed crazy. But it looks like an increasingly appealing reality for a team that likes to be "brave" 1528934400 F1

PromotedHow to get the best Belgian GP fan experience Promoted: The Belgian Grand Prix is one of the best on the F1 calendar. Here's how Thomas Cook Sport can enhance your visit to one of the most famous circuits in the world 1528934400 F1

Edd StrawWhy Alonso must race in IndyCar in 2019 Fernando Alonso racing full-time in IndyCar in 2019? It might sound far-fetched, but there are good reasons why this could be a dream scenario for both the double world champion and McLaren 1528848000 F1

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