Posts Tagged "Formula One"

The 2018 Formula One midseason break has rivalled the season itself in its unpredictability, with announcements from Daniel Ricciardo, Force India and Fernando Alonso all disrupting the peace.

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No matter what happens to Fernando Alonso in 2019, don’t call it retirement.

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Formula One desperately needed a breather after its chaotic six-races-in-eight-weekends close to the first half of the season, and the August midseason break is providing an ideal opportunity to take stock of the first 12 rounds.

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With Daniel Ricciardo having stunned many by making the sensational move from Red Bull Racing to Renault for 2019, the focus is now upon Red Bull junior and Renault incumbent Carlos Sainz and what he’ll do next season.

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The Force India administration saga is set for a successful conclusion by the end of the month, but what effect the new-look team has on the sport remains unclear.

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Formula One 2018 is delivering the silliest of driver silly seasons thanks to Daniel Ricciardo’s shock switch to Renault on a two-year deal, starting in 2019.

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Despite the early season conjecture that he’d join Ferrari, Mercedes, and more outlandishly in recent times – McLaren, it appeared that Daniel Ricciardo would remain at Red Bull for the foreseeable future.

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If you’ve been living under a rock for the past couple of days you should hopefully by now know that Daniel Ricciardo has signed a two-year contract with Renault Formula One team starting in 2019.

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Daniel Ricciardo had only one thing in mind when he inked a left-field two-year deal to move to Renault: winning the world championship.

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Daniel Ricciardo will end his five-year association with Red Bull Racing at the end of the season to make a shock switch to the Renault Formula One team.

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Michael Lamonato penned a recent article about the excessive Formula One schedule.

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In the space of two grands prix, Valtteri Bottas has gone from being a possible championship contender to a solid wingman.

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As the Formula One circus puts on the brakes for a month for its annual summer break, let’s recap the season so far by analysing each team and driver, their performance and how they will be shaping up for the remainder of the season.

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Australian driver Daniel Ricciardo has snatched fourth place at the Hungarian GP despite a late collision, while Lewis Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton has won from pole position to go into the August break with a 24-point lead over rival Sebastian Vettel.

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Australian Daniel Ricciardo’s Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen is in no mood for Formula One’s August holiday break after an engine failure sidelined him after five laps of Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix.

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It’s the last gasp before the mid-season break and after last week’s upset at Hockenheim, the Hungarian Grand Prix will have a lot riding on it. Join The Roar for a live blog of the race, start from 11:10pm AEST.

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Former Ferrari chief executive and chairman Sergio Marchionne died on Wednesday aged 66, leaving behind a powerful legacy in the interconnected automotive, motorsport and business worlds.

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Ferrari has long been considered a religion, with its Tifosi as devout to the Prancing Horse as they would be to a god-like entity.

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Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel arrived in Germany with both championship leads, with the outright fastest car and riding on a wave of momentum, but a gentle sprinkling of rain was enough to wash it all away.

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Sebastian Vettel threw away victory at the German Grand Prix, yet the events which took place away from the circuit have potentially greater implications for Ferrari moving forwards.

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