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Formula 1 Carey: No deadline for F1 to release final calendar Formula 1 is unlikely to finalise the remainder of the 2020 calendar until the end of June at the earliest as it looks to avoid rushing decisions on rescheduled races

Formula 1 Hamilton "overcome with rage" by racial violence Lewis Hamilton concedes he has been "overcome by rage" in the light of ongoing clashes involving protestors against racial injustices across the globe

Formula 1 No plans for more live free-to-air F1 TV coverage Formula 1 says there are no plans to offer more live free-to-air television coverage of the series this year, despite fans being unable to attend races

Formula 1 Banned: The Coanda-effect exhaust After an attempted ban on exhaust-blown diffusers for 2012, Formula 1 teams rocked up to the season opener with a workaround solution to get the same effect - the Coanda exhaust. Here's how they came to be, and how they worked...

Formula 1 Why Hamilton's 'stick to racing' critics miss the point OPINION: Lewis Hamilton's criticism of Formula 1 "staying silent" on racial injustice prompted a response from several of his fellow drivers. But it also drew a predictable cut and paste response that diminishes the platform elite sports stars have

NETW Tencent calls on Motorsport Network to power data feed Motorsport Network is proud to announce a two-year stats and results feed agreement with Tencent via its Motorsport Stats business

Formula 1 F1 won't stop races for positive coronavirus cases Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey says teams pulling out because of ill personnel, or even a driver getting infected with coronavirus, will not stop races from going ahead when the season resumes

Vandoorne takes maiden FE Esports win Mercedes driver Vandoorne took his maiden FE Esports win in the latest Race at Home Challenge

Van Gisbergen wins WRX opener, Leclerc rolls Supercars ace Shane van Gisbergen won the first WRX Invitational Series event, while Ferrari F1 star Charles Leclerc rolled

Complete roster for the first Virtual Le Mans 24 Hours Check out the full star-studded roster for the first ever Virtual Le Mans 24 Hours in association with Motorsport Games

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  • Circuit: Red Bull Ring
  • Race: 71 laps / 306.452 km
Abu Dhabi / 1 Dec
Pos Driver Team
1 Hamilton Mercedes
2 Verstappen Red Bull/Honda
3 Leclerc Ferrari
4 Bottas Mercedes
5 Vettel Ferrari
6 Albon Red Bull/Honda
7 Perez Racing Point/Mercedes
8 Norris McLaren/Renault
9 Kvyat Toro Rosso/Honda
10 Sainz Jr. McLaren/Renault
Standings / After 21 races
Pos Driver Points
1 Lewis Hamilton 413
2 Valtteri Bottas 326
3 Max Verstappen 278
4 Charles Leclerc 264
5 Sebastian Vettel 240
6 Carlos Sainz Jr. 96
7 Pierre Gasly 95
8 Alexander Albon 92
9 Daniel Ricciardo 54
10 Sergio Perez 52
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Sauber at 50How BMW-Sauber blew its chance of title glory Continuing Autosport's series celebrating 50 years of Sauber, we revisit the 2008 season in which it at last became a Formula 1 winner. But corporate demands from new owner BMW meant its best shot at the title was allowed to slip away 1591056000 F1

RetrospectiveThe rule quirk that cost Lotterer two single-seater titles Despite accruing the best results over a season three times in his Super Formula career, Andre Lotterer only has one title to show for it. That's thanks to an odd quirk in the rules in a countback situation that twice cost him dear 1590969600 Other

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Alex KalinauckasCan F1's new rules save the series as we know it? OPINION: A big week of off-track news means Formula 1 will hopefully become dramatically, and positively, different. But what can't yet be known is whether all the current marques will be a part of that future due to damage already done 1590883200 F1

Lewis DuncanHow MotoAmerica is paving the way for bike racing's return While Dorna Sports works towards finalising its plans to get MotoGP and World Superbike going again in 2020, the MotoAmerica series - with its recently-announced May return - could prove to be the pathfinders 1590796800 MotoGP

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Lewis DuncanWhy Miller's Ducati move completes MotoGP's changing of the guard In the last few seasons, the MotoGP front-runners have begun to focus their efforts on young riders. Now that Ducati has signed 25-year-old Jack Miller to its factory team, it suggests the experienced riders' days at the front are numbered 1590710400 MotoGP

GP RacingWhy F1 is vital to Aston Martin's rejuvenation Racing Point's planned rebirth as Aston Martin is still on, regardless of the ongoing chaos wrought by the coronavirus pandemic. In fact, as STUART CODLING explains, team owner Lawrence Stroll has taken advantage of plunging stock markets to drive a better deal - and Formula 1 is key to his plan... 1590710400 F1