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2017 Mexico Grand Prix: Thursday Press Conference – Part 2

PART TWO: DRIVERS: Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari), Valtteri BOTTAS (Mercedes), Pierre GASLY (Toro Rosso)   Q: Pierre, welcome back to Formula One, Before we talk about this weekend in Mexico, tell us about last weekend and how frustrating it must have been to go all the way to Japan, where you were hoping to wrap-up the […]

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Kvyat Dropped by Toro Rosso Again

The Toro Rosso Formula One Team announced that they will drop Daniil Kvyat and will bring back Pierre Gastly for the Mexican Grand Prix. Kvyat Returned to Toro Rosso for the United States Grand Prix after he was dropped for Gasly at the Malaysia and Japanese Grand Prix. With the early departure of Carlos Sainz […]

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F1 2017: United States GP – Friday Practice Round-up

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton topped both of Friday’s free practice sessions ahead of the United States grand prix. The first session proved a rather difficult one to read as most of the running was done on the intermediate tyre. While conditions remained slippery, and tricky, several cars spun out but, thankfully, didn’t incur any damage. […]

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Penalties for the 2017 US Grand Prix

Before Free Practice one had got underway at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin Texas there were a few drivers that had a number of power unit components changed which will drop them down the grid a few places. Renault has introduced a few 2018 parts to their current engines and have fitted them to […]

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2017 United States Grand Prix: Thursday Press Conference – Part 1

PART ONE: DRIVERS – Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes), Brendon HARTLEY (Toro Rosso), Carlos SAINZ (Renault), Marcus ERICSSON (Sauber) PRESS CONFERENCE Lewis, five-time US Grand Prix winner, three-time F1 world champion, US Grand Prix always a big one for your, personally and for the team, no doubt many commitments in the run-up to the event, but I just […]

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F1 2017: United States Gp Preview – Can Ferrari Bounce Back In Texas?

Most people would hold the opinion that the fight for the 2017 world championship is all but over. And you’d be hard pressed to make a legitimate argument against this opinion given that Hamilton holds a mammoth 59 point lead going into the United States grand prix. It’s as good a time as any then […]

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F1 2017: Japanese Gp Review – Hamilton Wins Big In Japan

Since the month-long summer break Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes have touched little that hasn’t turned to gold. This momentum, which has an eerily familiar complexion to it, has garnered Hamilton victory in Japan and a nearly insurmountable in driver’s championship. After the events in Singapore and Malaysia Sebastian Vettel needed to win the Japanese grand […]

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Sainz to Join Renault after Japanese Grand Prix, Palmer Out

Carlos Sainz will move to Renault following the Japanese Grand Prix after Renault’s Jolyon Palmer announced after qualifying that he will participate in his final race on Sunday afternoon at Suzuka. Sainz was supposed to join Renault from next year but according to a statement released by Toro Rosso “circumstances have changed” and they are able […]

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35-Place Grid Penalty for Alonso

Fernando Alonso was handed a 35-place grid penalty after Honda elected to change his entire power unit after engineers found a hydraulic leak. This effectively means that the Spaniard will start at the back of the grid alongside fellow countryman Carlos Sainz in the Toro Rosso who was handed a 20-place grid penalty. Alonso’s car […]

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20-Place Grid Drop for Sainz at Japanese GP

Carlos Sainz will start from the back of the grid on Sunday’s race for Toro Rosso at the Japanese Grand Prix after taking on new engine components going into Free Practice 1. Toro Rosso fitted Sainz’s car with it’s 6th MGU-H, 5th internal combustion engine and 5th turbo charger. Because the MGU-H is the first 6th […]

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