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How late heartbreak decided Le Mans, and what next for Alonso?

Toyota was only racing itself at the 2019 Le Mans 24 Hours, which turned out to be fortunate as its race-leading car hit trouble approaching the final hour of the ...
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How McLaren took control of F1's tight midfield battle McLaren's problems in recent years have been well-documented, but as the 2019 Formula 1 season progresses it is making ever-increasing strides up the order ...
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Ferrari's failed bid to have Mercedes pulled back explained Ferrari recently tried and failed to get an F1 rule change through that it felt was for the good of the championship, as it was designed to reduce Mercedes' ...
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What's going wrong for Gasly at Red Bull Pierre Gasly's start to life as a driver in Red Bull's frontrunning Formula 1 team in 2019 is going from bad to worse, as he slides away from the leading pack and ...
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How Honda went from F1's biggest joke to winning again After years of struggle and embarrassment, Honda is finally a winner again in Formula 1, doing so at Red Bull's home race in Austria with Max Verstappen.
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Mercedes finally shows its 2019 F1 car has a weakness Mercedes' undefeated streak in the 2019 Formula 1 season came to an end at the Austrian Grand Prix, as the seemingly flawless W10 finally revealed that it has ...
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How Verstappen avoided the penalty Vettel got in Canada Formula 1 had another controversial penalty decision to debate at the Austrian Grand Prix, although this time the stewards decided to take no action, and Max ...
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How close Porsche came to F1 return Porsche took its evaluation of a potential works Formula 1 project so seriously that it had 40 people working on the early stages of an engine programme, but in ...
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How Honda's jet engine technology is helping it in F1 Honda continues to make progress in Formula 1 with Red Bull this year, so far without tripping itself up along the way as it has in the past. Speaking from Austria ...
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F1 2019 game: Why driver transfers were kept secret The latest official Formula 1 game is here, much earlier than usual, and it's packed with new features. One that was only revealed a week ahead of release was ...
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Why Lewis Hamilton's right to point the finger on F1's problems Lewis Hamilton spoke his mind on the state of F1 at last weekend's French Grand Prix, highlighting where it has gone wrong in the past, who he feels is ...
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How Ferrari got its 'overwhelming' Canadian GP evidence so wrong Ferrari's attempt to get a formal review of the decision that cost Sebastian Vettel victory in the Canadian Grand Prix failed in France on Friday, with the new ...
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Why Honda has brought a surprise F1 upgrade to the French GP Honda is introducing its third Formula 1 engine specification of the season at this weekend's French Grand Prix, proving how relentless it is prepared to be in its ...
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Why F1 has delayed releasing its 2021 rules overhaul Formula 1's bosses were hoping to have the details of its planned major changes for 2021 finalised by the end of this month, but after frantic discussions failed to ...
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Why the Mercedes CLRs kept taking off at Le Mans 1999 - Chain Bear explains Mercedes' most recent appearance in the Le Mans 24 Hours will forever be famous for the sight of its cars taking to the air. 20 years on from the 1999 event, ...
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Why Renault's big French GP F1 upgrade is a 'massive gamble' Renault will be under even more pressure than usual at its home Formula 1 race in France this weekend, where it is expected to unveil a major car upgrade ...
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Where McLaren stands on WEC's hypercar revolution The World Endurance Championship firmed up its plans for a new top class of sportscar racing over the 2019 Le Mans weekend, with Aston Martin and Toyota ...
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Toyota's ultimate heartbreak - Le Mans 2016 highlights Apologies to Toyota for picking 2016 as one of the great Le Mans, a race it would surely like to forget. But few editions of the 24 Hours have produced such high ...
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WEC's hypercar future revealed at Le Mans Ahead of the 2019 Le Mans 24 Hours, the organisers of both the famed event and the World Endurance Championship unveiled firm plans for the hypercar rules ...
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Fernando Alonso's verdict on the rise of online racing Fernando Alonso took a break from his preparations for the Le Mans 24 Hours to pay a visit to the final of the Le Mans Esports series, which is taking place ...
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Audi's great Le Mans heist - 2008 race highlights Audi had no right to win the race with the ageing R10 TDI against the faster Peugeot 908 HDi, a car that was five seconds quicker in qualifying. Yet the German ...
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Flying Mercedes and fierce competition - 1999 Le Mans highlights There were 15 full-factory cars bidding for Le Mans victory in 1999, more if you include a pair of Panoz. It was only fitting that this field should create one of the ...
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Mercedes F1 vs Toyota LMP1: Technical comparison Formula 1 and the World Endurance Championship's LMP1 Hybrid class are both at the cutting edge of technology and speed, but how do the best cars from ...
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McLaren's shock Le Mans win - 1995 race highlights McLaren never intended for its F1 three-seater supercar to race, nor did it want the GTR version it hurriedly developed for a select group of customers early in ...
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How Mercedes conquered Le Mans before returning to F1 Mercedes brought back its famous Silver Arrows to international motorsport in 1989, and it immediately tasted victory in the most important sportscar race of the ...
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Le Mans 1988 highlights - Jaguar topples Porsche Jaguar scored its first victory at Le Mans for more than 30 years at the end of a nip-and-tuck battle with the existing king of the place, Porsche. But it was a ...
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How F1 can avoid a repeat of the Vettel Canada controversy As the debate over Sebastian Vettel's Canadian GP penalty continues, we switch focus from the incident itself to what F1 could do to avoid similar situations ...
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Why F1 stewards' hands were tied over Vettel's Canada penalty As the dust settles on Sebastian Vettel's controversial penalty that cost him victory in the Canadian Grand Prix, Edd Straw, Scott Mitchell and Jonathan Noble ...
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How Canada 2010 shaped F1 for a decade - Chain Bear explains The Canadian GP in 2010 provided an enthralling spectacle of tyre management and strategy - unexpected wear rates and erratic pit stops gave F1 chiefs ...
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The car so good it shocked Ferrari Ferrari dominated the 2004 F1 season, crushing its underachieving opposition and wrapping up both world championships early. It achieved that with a car that ...
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The WRC’s contentious team orders debate explained Sebastien Ogier fired sharp remarks at Hyundai boss Andrea Adamo in the immediate aftermath of last weekend's Rally Portugal round of the World Rally ...
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