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'He's going to spin again!' - Simulator tips with 2019 F1 driver Lando Norris

McLaren 2019 Formula 1 driver Lando Norris invites Autosport into his home to have a go on his personal simulator set-up. We sent our F2 correspondent Jack ...
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2018 Jaguar I-PACE e-TROPHY tested: Autosport Drives Jaguar Racing has launched the world's first international championship for production-based electric cars with a racing version of its I-Pace. From late 2018, the ...
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The history of race numbers in Formula 1 - Chain Bear explains Chain Bear F1's latest video for Autosport takes you on a journey through the full history of how race numbers have been used in Formula 1, from randomly ...
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How Robert Kubica got the 2019 Williams F1 drive Robert Kubica's journey back to a Formula 1 race drive is complete - in 2019 Williams will make the Pole part of its two-car line-up with George Russell.
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McLaren + Williams: What's gone wrong for F1's fallen giants McLaren and Williams used to spend their time fighting each other for F1 world championships, but they are ending 2018 as backmarkers. Autosport's F1 ...
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Kubica's return and what's still at stake in F1 2018 Our experts Edd Straw, Jonathan Noble and Giorgio Piola report from Abu Dhabi ahead of this weekend's 2018 F1 season finale. They discuss the things still at ...
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George Russell explains his Williams F1 Powerpoint presentation 2019 Williams Formula 1 driver George Russell stopped by the Autosport offices to join us on our sofas for a chat about his F1 prospects and his 2018 Formula 2 ...
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Are F1's top stars getting an easy ride from officials? The F1 stewards were in the spotlight last time out at the Brazilian Grand Prix weekend, where Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel and Max Verstappen were all ...
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Why the Indy 500 will be tougher for Alonso in 2019 It's official - Fernando Alonso and McLaren are going back to the Indianapolis 500 in 2019. But a lot has changed in IndyCar racing since the Spaniard's last ...
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'Verstappen played a part in throwing away victory' The clash between Max Verstappen and Esteban Ocon is the subject of our first Brazilian GP discussion, with Ben Anderson and Kevin Turner joining Glenn ...
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Vettel's Brazil weighbridge incident - Chain Bear explains Just what happened with Vettel at the weighbridge during qualifying in Brazil? In this video we look at the weighbridge procedure, why Vettel was called in ...
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'Ricciardo has to enter 2019 with a different mindset' Following Daniel Ricciardo's decision to not "let Gasly drive it" for the final two races of his Red Bull career, Glenn Freeman is joined by Ben Anderson and Jake ...
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The verdict on F1's definitive 2019 regulations Following the FIA revealing the final set of 2019 regulation changes in Formula 1, Glenn Freeman is joined by our technical editor Jake Boxall-Legge and F1 ...
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Why Kubica is in the frame at Ferrari Robert Kubica continues to chase a Formula 1 race drive for 2019, but with his hopes on that front dwindling, it has emerged that he could land a high-profile ...
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Smedley to leave Williams - what next for F1's struggling team ollowing the news that Rob Smedley will leave the Williams F1 team at the end of the 2018 season, Edd Straw and Scott Mitchell join Glenn Freeman to discuss ...
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Inside Mercedes' controversial F1 wheel rims Mercedes' wheel rims have been subject to much discussion inside and outside the F1 paddock in recent weeks, but despite getting clearance from the FIA that ...
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Dan Ticktum tests McLaren F1 car at Silverstone Autosport joins Dan Ticktum for his maiden run in a Formula 1 car, part of his prize for winning the 2017 McLaren Autosport BRDC Award. After his time on track ...
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Verstappen's win puts pressure on Honda for 2019 With Red Bull showing just how strong its car is over a Mexican Grand Prix weekend where its engine deficit to Ferrari and Mercedes was reduced, Glenn ...
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How high altitude affects F1 car performance - Chain Bear explains One of the key factors behind Red Bull's victory with Max Verstappen in the Mexican Grand Prix was the high-altitude conditions at the Mexico City circuit, which ...
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Why Schumacher's records are now in reach for Hamilton Following Lewis Hamilton's sealing of his fifth world championship in the Mexican Grand Prix, the Autosport team assesses the claims of his old rival Nico ...
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Kimi Raikkonen interview at Shell House in Mexico Kimi Raikkonen sits down with Julia Piquet to discuss the atmosphere at the Mexican Grand Prix, the quest for realism in the F1 2018 game, and how fuel has ...
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How Shell's Track Lab helps Ferrari on F1 weekends Shell's Formula 1 fuels development manager Benoit Poulet explains how the Track Lab it takes to every grand prix benefits Ferrari drivers Sebastian Vettel and ...
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Exclusive interview with Guanyu Zhou, European Formula 3 Championship racer Guanyu Zhou returned to form in the final round of the 2018 FIA European Formula 3 Championship, but what next for the young Chinese driver? He visited the ...
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Shell House day three highlights: Cocktails and Crunches Our latest video from Shell House in Mexico features Julia Piquet being put through her paces in fitness challenges aimed at showing the physical pressures F1 ...
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Mexican GP Circuit Guide The Mexican GP first appeared as a non-championship event in 1962 before being held as a championship event in 1963–1970 and 1986–1992. The Grand ...
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Shell House day two highlights: Mexican GP tips on F1 2018 Former F1 driver Marc Gene offers his advice around the Mexico City F1 track, and gives an insight into the importance of fuel saving in F1 at Shell House.
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Kubica, Ocon or Sirotkin: Who will join George Russell at Williams F1? George Russell has been confirmed as a Williams F1 race driver for 2019, and will join fellow Brits Lewis Hamilton and Lando Norris on the grid. But what about ...
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Shell House day one highlights: Take a tour with Julia Piquet Julia Piquet introduces Shell House, a pop-up space in the historic centre of Mexico City in the run up to the Mexican Grand Prix. The Shell House will showcase ...
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Ferrari's hit and miss upgrades in recent races Ferrari got back to winning ways at the US Grand Prix, but according to Sebastian Vettel this return to form came after it ditched several upgrades it introduced in ...
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How the 2005 US GP became a farce - Chain Bear explains The 2005 United States Grand Prix is infamous in F1 history, with only six cars taking the start as the Michelin teams were forced to withdraw on safety grounds ...
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How Alonso's 'GP2 engine' comments hurt his IndyCar hopes Any chance of Fernando Alonso racing full-time in IndyCar in 2019 now appears to be gone, but he could still make another one-off attack on the Indianapolis ...
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