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Formula 1 Ferrari ready to replace Raikkonen with Leclerc Ferrari is ready to replace Kimi Raikkonen with rising star Charles Leclerc in its Formula 1 driver line-up for 2019, Autosport has learned

Autosport Plus Is France's return to F1 sustainable this time? Given its motorsport heritage, France's decade-long absence from the Formula 1 calendar was a glaring omission. Can it now settle at Paul Ricard for the long term again?

Formula 1 Mercedes drivers hint at further engine delay Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas have hinted at a further delay for Mercedes' new Formula 1 engine specification, with no confirmation of its French Grand Prix use yet

MotoGP MotoGP grid expected to slim down in 2019 The MotoGP grid is likely to lose two of its 24 bikes next year, Autosport understands

Formula 1 Ricciardo: Renault and McLaren have 'some appeal' Red Bull Formula 1 driver Daniel Ricciardo sees "some appeal" in a potential move to teams such as McLaren or Renault, especially given what Lewis Hamilton has accomplished at Mercedes

Autosport Plus Why Toyota didn't really beat Le Mans Toyota finally got the Le Mans triumphed it had coveted to for so many years last weekend as its two cars ran more-or-less without issue for the entire 24 Hours. But without any factory opposition, is it right to say it really beat the race?

Why the dyno has become so important in F1 Promoted: Crucial F1 engine tech explained

Join the French GP giveaway competition Take part in GP Predictor for the French Grand Prix

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

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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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F1 RacingInside Renault's F1 Tour de France The return of the French Grand Prix is big news for a country with such a proud F1 history. ANTHONY ROWLINSON joined Renault and Nico Hulkenberg on the Cote d'Azur during their whistle-stop tour of southern France, ahead of the big event... 1529539200 F1

Jamie KleinWhy Toyota didn't really beat Le Mans Toyota finally got the Le Mans triumphed it had coveted to for so many years last weekend as its two cars ran more-or-less without issue for the entire 24 Hours. But without any factory opposition, is it right to say it really beat the race? 1529539200 WEC

Edd StrawIs France's return to F1 sustainable this time? Given its motorsport heritage, France's decade-long absence from the Formula 1 calendar was a glaring omission. Can it now settle at Paul Ricard for the long term again? 1529539200 F1

Autosport EngineeringMotorsport's hidden champion Austrian engineering giant AVL RACING has all the skills and clout to take on Formula 1 teams at their own game, so why does it prefer to remain in the shadows as a supplier? 1529452800 Engineering

Jonathan NobleThe unintended consequences of Red Bull's Honda switch Red Bull has finally decided to end its relationship with Renault and will start the 2019 season with Honda power. But could this set off a chain of events that will dramatically alter the shape of Formula 1? 1529452800 F1

F1 RacingThe deal behind the return of the French GP Former motorcycle racer Christian Estrosi is one of the driving forces behind the revival of the French Grand Prix. Previously a government minister, Estrosi has occupied a number of roles in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region, and is currently the Mayor of Nice. He's the man who engaged backing from the region to meet the race fee, enticed French F1 figures to support it, and who finally did the deal with Bernie Ecclestone, reports ANTHONY ROWLINSON 1529452800 F1

Edd StrawWhy F1's driver market is boring compared to MotoGP While much of the MotoGP grid will go into 2019 with a fresh look, Formula 1's 'silly season' is set to be relatively stagnant. That's not good, and the causes are the same as many of F1's other problems 1529452800 F1

Kevin TurnerHow Alonso really got on at Le Mans Fernando Alonso brought Le Mans a lot more attention, but how much of a role did he play in Toyota's triumph, and how will history remember his win given the lack of opposition? The answers might be surprising 1529366400 WEC

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