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'Ferrari's F1 driver rivalry risks spiralling out of control'

Tension was high inside Ferrari at the Russian Grand Prix, where it got itself into a team orders mess as Sebastian Vettel failed to follow an instruction to let ...
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8 F1 drivers who only started one grand prix Drivers only making one Formula 1 start in their career are a rare breed, and quite often those who appear just once have an interesting story behind their ...
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The dent to Red Bull's confidence before Honda's home F1 race Red Bull headed into the Formula 1 summer break arguably as the form team in Formula 1, winning two of the four races before the August shut down and taking ...
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The banned F1 car that wasn't actually very good The twin-chassis Lotus 88 is considered the last truly ground-breaking design attempted by Colin Chapman, but we never found out how fast it could have been ...
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Discovering an 'illegal secret' on a Formula 1 car Formula 1 has always been about pushing the regulations to the maximum, and occasionally that includes stepping over the mark and doing all you can to avoid ...
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Why Mercedes has gone off the boil in F1 Mercedes started the 2019 F1 season with eight consecutive wins, but in the eight races since then it has only won three times. Edd Straw and Ben Anderson ...
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How F1 could stop virtual safety cars changing race outcomes - Chain Bear explains Since its introduction to Formula 1, the virtual safety car period has become influential in race outcomes if it is deployed at a critical phase of a grand prix. In this ...
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McLaren's painful and expensive journey back to Mercedes explained McLaren will once again run Mercedes engines in its Formula 1 cars in 2021, after a forgettable period in which its gamble on Honda failed, and the quality of its ...
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Multi 21 revisited - and what Mark Webber thinks of it now Sebastian Vettel's reluctance to follow Ferrari team orders at the Russian Grand Prix brought back memories of the Red Bull 'Multi 21' controversy he sparked by ...
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10 rare F1 car liveries Formula 1's strict rules governing car liveries means we don't get to see much variety from teams during a season. But over the course of F1 history there have ...
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The mystery of Jean Alesi's Williams F1 contract Jean Alesi signed a deal to drive for Williams in 1991, which would have placed him at the team for one of its most dominant periods. But he never drove for the ...
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How Ferrari solved its major 2019 weakness Ferrari was expected to slip back behind Mercedes and Red Bull on the streets of Singapore, but with the help of a new high-downforce upgrade package it took ...
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Getting under the skin of the six-wheeled Tyrrell F1 car Tyrrell shocked the Formula 1 world when it launched its six-wheeled P34 in the 1970s. The car won a race in 1976 before struggling to remain competitive, and ...
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How Ferrari failed to realise it would cost Leclerc victory Charles Leclerc missed out on a third consecutive Formula 1 victory when Ferrari's strategy resulted in Sebastian Vettel getting ahead of him in the Singapore ...
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Hulkenberg's 2020 F1 options after shock Haas decision Nico Hulkenberg has lost out on a 2020 Formula 1 seat at Haas, with the American team choosing to keep Romain Grosjean alongside Kevin Magnussen for ...
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Why Kubica's 'astonishing' F1 comeback fell short Robert Kubica has decided not to continue with Williams in Formula 1 after the 2019 season, seemingly bringing to an end his comeback after fighting to reclaim ...
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The F1 aero trick Red Bull stole a march with - before it was banned There were many factors behind Red Bull's dominance with Sebastian Vettel that led to four consecutive world championships from 2010-13. But one key area it ...
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What the worst F1 car of 1994 had in common with Schumacher's Benetton As Benetton won its first F1 world championship with Michael Schumacher in 1994, the backmarker Pacific team was regularly failing to qualify with a car that ...
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The most important motorsport company you've never heard of (part 2) Our continued look around the facilities of AVL RACING, Jake Boxall-Legge gets an inside look at how the company tests and simulates designs for racing, ...
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The manufacturing know-how giving motorsport students the edge Students looking to forge a career in motorsport face many challenges in getting recognised, but one university course seeks to address this by combining ...
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Why F1’s original Haas team was such a failure In the mid-1980s successful Indycar team boss Carl Haas started his own F1 team, with a big-money sponsor, turbo engines from Ford, and 1980 world ...
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Why Red Bull had a better F1 car than Brawn in 2009 The 2009 Formula 1 season was defined by the fairytale success of Brawn GP, which rose from the ashes of Honda to take a shock double world championship ...
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Why Vettel is closer to a ban than you think A disastrous weekend for Sebastian Vettel included a penalty for rejoining the track in an unsafe manner, with a race-ruining 10 second stop-go penalty and a ...
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The most important motorsport company you've never heard of (part 1) Motorsport is about more than the teams and drivers you see on track, with several companies carrying out key work away from the limelight and becoming ...
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The tech behind Ferrari's first F1 win in 2019 The F1 summer break is meant to provide some much needed downtime for teams and staff, but as usual, nothing stops the relentless push for performance.
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The impact of Leclerc's win on Ferrari and Vettel After 13 races of the 2019 Formula 1 season, and multiple missed opportunities along the way, Charles Leclerc and Ferrari have their first win. Tom Errington is ...
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Chain Bear explains: How a rule change swung the 2003 F1 title fight The 2003 Formula 1 season was a classic, with Williams and McLaren taking the fight to the dominant Ferrari-Michael Schumacher combination. In fact, this year ...
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