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Formula 1 Gasly to remain with AlphaTauri for 2021 Pierre Gasly will remain with AlphaTauri for the 2021 Formula 1 season after being formally named as part of the team's line-up for next year on Wednesday

Autosport Plus The surprise weakness Hamilton revealed in his Portugal win Lewis Hamilton produced another excellent overall Formula 1 performance to defeat an in-form Valtteri Bottas in Portugal. But towards the end of race he had a difficult moment, which revealed a surprising weakness in his otherwise bulletproof game

Formula 1 Emilia Romagna GP to run behind closed doors The Italian authorities have made a late decision to ensure that this weekend's Formula 1 Emilia Romagna GP is run behind closed doors.

Formula 1 Horner on why Gasly wasn't 2021 Red Bull option Red Bull Formula 1 boss Christian Horner says Pierre Gasly was not under consideration for a return to the senior team because he is performing so well at AlphaTauri

Formula 1 Williams' Russell decision nothing to do with driving Mercedes Formula 1 chief Toto Wolff says Williams' decision on George Russell's future has nothing to do with his driving skills and is a "political and commercial decision"

Formula 1 F1 teams agree to 2023 driver salary cap Formula 1 teams have agreed in principle to a driver salary cap that would come into effect for the 2023 season

Formula E Hamilton: "No quick fix" for diversity in motorsport Lewis Hamilton says there will be "no quick fix" to improve diversity and inclusivity in motorsport, but is optimistic that his X44 Extreme E team can have a "positive impact"

Podcast: F1 Portuguese Grand Prix review Autosport's Alex Kalinauckas and Luke Smith are joined by Motorsport.com's Jonathan Noble and GP Racing's Stuart Codling to discuss Lewis Hamilton's historic Portuguese GP win

Podcast: MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix review In the latest Tank Slappers podcast, Autosport's Lewis Duncan and Motorsport.com's Oriol Puigdemont discuss Alex Rins' victory and the situation in the championship as just 15 points cover the top four

McGloin: Kubica won't be last disabled F1 driver In the latest #ThinkingForward interview, Nathalie McGloin talks about helping people with disabilities make it into the world of motorsport

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Emilia Romagna / Round 13
Session
Free practice
1st Qualifying
2nd Qualifying
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Race
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  • Circuit: Imola
  • Race: 63 laps / 309.267 km
Portugal / 25 Oct
Pos Driver Team
1 Hamilton Mercedes
2 Bottas Mercedes
3 Verstappen Red Bull/Honda
4 Leclerc Ferrari
5 Gasly AlphaTauri/Honda
6 Sainz Jr. McLaren/Renault
7 Perez Racing Point/Mercedes
8 Ocon Renault
9 Ricciardo Renault
10 Vettel Ferrari
Standings / After 12 races
Pos Driver Points
1 Lewis Hamilton 256
2 Valtteri Bottas 179
3 Max Verstappen 162
4 Daniel Ricciardo 80
5 Charles Leclerc 75
6 Sergio Perez 74
7 Lando Norris 65
8 Alexander Albon 64
9 Pierre Gasly 63
10 Carlos Sainz Jr. 59

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Alex KalinauckasThe surprise weakness Hamilton revealed in his Portugal win Lewis Hamilton produced another excellent overall Formula 1 performance to defeat an in-form Valtteri Bottas in Portugal. But towards the end of race he had a difficult moment, which revealed a surprising weakness in his otherwise bulletproof game F1

James NewboldThe great unheralded Imola F1 drives The return of Imola to the Formula 1 calendar for this weekend's Emilia Romagna Grand Prix provides an opportunity to assess some of its less-remembered but still noteworthy drives. Autosport highlights those which have been forgotten by history F1

GP RacingHow Ricciardo helped Renault rediscover its swagger Daniel Ricciardo is McLaren-bound next season, but leaving a Renault team which is undergoing a resurgence on and off the track. He and team principal Cyril Abiteboul tell STUART CODLING and BEN ANDERSON what's been happening behind the scenes F1

Have your sayAutosport Driver Ratings: 2020 Portuguese Grand Prix Formula 1’s first grand prix visit to Portimao produced a frantic race start in tricky conditions before normal service resumed, as two standout performers in 2020 continued to shine F1

Lewis DuncanHas Aragon revealed Yamaha's true MotoGP title challenger? Franco Morbidelli dominated the Teruel GP to put himself back into the MotoGP title race with three rounds to go. With his Yamaha counterparts on the 2020 bike once again struggling, did Aragon reveal who Yamaha's true title hopeful is? MotoGP

GP analysisThe pre-race call that gave Hamilton the edge at Portimao Lewis Hamilton seized Formula 1's all-time win record with victory in a tricky Portuguese Grand Prix for Mercedes. He went wheel-to-wheel with Valtteri Bottas and won out, but a pre-qualifying decision was key to gaining a decisive advantage F1

Jake Boxall-LeggeWhat the first look at 2021's F1 aero rules tells us As well as learning a new circuit to Formula 1, several teams used their Portuguese GP practice running to try out new aero concepts ahead of rule changes for next year - providing an interesting first insight into what 2021 F1 cars will look like F1

Luke SmithWhy history risks repeating itself for Mercedes' star F1 junior Speculation linking Sergio Perez with Williams next year will make for uncomfortable reading for George Russell. Despite his consistently strong showings, a precedent from 2018 suggests holding onto his seat may not be a straightforward matter F1