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Formula 1 Sirotkin announced as 2018 Williams driver Williams has announced Sergey Sirotkin as its second driver for the 2018 Formula 1 season, partnering Lance Stroll

Autosport Plus Williams's driver call exposes its flagging revival It was not so long ago that Williams traded pure driver quality for money: and that didn't work out so great. Now its 2018 line-up is a reflection of that very tactic, is it time to accept that its revival has hit the skids?

Formula 1 Kubica gets Williams reserve driver role Robert Kubica will get a reserve and development driver role with Williams for the 2018 Formula 1 season after missing out on the race seat to Sergey Sirotkin

Dakar Rider in Sainz incident threatens criminal action The quad rider involved in Carlos Sainz's Dakar Rally controversy has threatened criminal action against the Peugeot driver

Formula 1 Ferrari picks new engineer for Raikkonen Ferrari is poised to confirm that Carlo Santi will become Kimi Raikkonen's race engineer in Formula 1 this year, following the departure of Dave Greenwood from the team

Formula E Di Resta: FE car better than people said Ex-Formula 1 driver Paul di Resta enjoyed his Formula E debut "a lot more" than the expectations he had been given by other people

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  • Race: 58 laps / 307.574 km
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1 Bottas Mercedes
2 Hamilton Mercedes
3 Vettel Ferrari
4 Raikkonen Ferrari
5 Verstappen Red Bull/Renault
6 Hulkenberg Renault
7 Perez Force India/Mercedes
8 Ocon Force India/Mercedes
9 Alonso McLaren/Honda
10 Massa Williams/Mercedes
Standings / After 20 races
Pos Driver Points
1 Lewis Hamilton 363
2 Sebastian Vettel 317
3 Valtteri Bottas 305
4 Kimi Raikkonen 205
5 Daniel Ricciardo 200
6 Max Verstappen 168
7 Sergio Perez 100
8 Esteban Ocon 87
9 Carlos Sainz 54
10 Nico Hulkenberg 43

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Ben AndersonWilliams's driver call exposes its flagging revival It was not so long ago that Williams traded pure driver quality for money: and that didn't work out so great. Now its 2018 line-up is a reflection of that very tactic, is it time to accept that its revival has hit the skids? 1516060800 F1

Lawrence BarrettoWhy Kubica's F1 racing return was put on hold Many wanted it to happen, but Robert Kubica will not be a Formula 1 race driver in 2018. But while he's been beaten to a Williams seat by a well-backed Russian, Kubica's dream is not over yet 1516060800 F1

Jonathan NobleHow a YouTube video helped Hamilton to his new high As well as reaching his best form yet on track, Lewis Hamilton has taken strides in his off-track approach of late. It's well known that Nico Rosberg's departure played a part, but there was another unexpected turning point too 1515974400 F1

Nigel RoebuckThe 'utter stupidity' that leaves F1 flawed F1 cars were made much faster for 2017, but overtaking numbers plummeted. With the help of an opinionated ex-F1 driver, the current rules and car specifications are picked apart with a view to 2021's changes on the horizon 1515974400 F1

Ben AndersonHow Verstappen became Hamilton's biggest threat Lewis Hamilton reckons F1's "four strongest drivers" are himself, Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso and Max Verstappen. Here's how the 20-year-old earned his place alongside three world champions 1515715200 F1

Lawrence BarrettoWhy is Mercedes' 'exceptional' talent on the F1 scrapheap? Not only is Pascal Wehrlein set for a year on the F1 sidelines, but he faces stiff competition from other Mercedes juniors that are making their mark in the paddock. At the age of just 23 he faces a fight to rescue his F1 career 1515715200 F1

Tom ErringtonWhy NASCAR is at a crossroads in 2018 Yet more star names off the grid, declining TV audiences and a need to revive trackside interest - 2018 poses a huge challenge for NASCAR, but there is a prosperous future if it makes the right moves 1515628800 NASCAR

Autosport EngineeringThe technicians that make Formula E tick Timing and scoring is largely taken for granted until the moment it doesn't work. Al Kamel Systems are responsible for its smooth running at Formula E events, and far more besides... 1515628800 Engineering

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