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By Joey Barnes, Editor-in-Chief Scuderia Toro Rosso will keep its current driver lineup of Pierre Gasly and Daniil Kvyat through the 2020 Formula 1 season. Gasly began the year with senior team outfit Red Bull Racing, but was relegated in a seat swap after the summer break with Alex Albon. Although Gasly has only been with the team for the past seven races, he has scored points in four of them, and doubled the point total (14-7) of teammate Kvyat over that span. Despite recent underwhelming run of form, KvyatRead More

Posted On November 11, 2019By Motorsports TribuneIn Breaking News, Formula One

Formula 1 Announces Plan to be Net Zero Carbon by 2030

By FIA This initiative will cover the Formula 1 cars and on-track activity and the rest of the operations as a sport. The plan comes after twelve months of intense work with the FIA, sustainability experts, Formula 1 teams, promoters, and partners, resulting in an ambitious, yet achievable delivery plan. Carbon reduction projects will begin immediately to start the journey of becoming a more sustainable sport. Formula 1 has been at the forefront of technological innovation throughout its history with advancements that have directly benefitted the wider automotive industry. AerodynamicRead More
By FIA Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton wrapped up his sixth FIA Formula One World Drivers’ Championship title with second place at the United States Grand Prix behind race-winning team-mate Valtteri Bottas. Max Verstappen took his seventh podium finish of the year with third place. Hamilton started the race from fifth place, his lowest grid spot of the season, but after the start he quickly climbed into the top three as both Ferrari drivers had difficult starts. Sebastian Vettel was passed by Verstappen into Turn 1 and Leclerc was passed by Hamilton.Read More
By David Morgan, Associate Editor FORT WORTH, Texas – The prospect of a new track possibly joining the NASCAR schedule always gets the masses talking and this weekend is no different with the focus shifting to the Circuit of the Americas and its viability of hosting a stock car race. After three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Tony Stewart joined his Haas F1 counterparts on Thursday to make some demonstration laps around the 20-turn, 3.41-mile road course, the speculation has shifted into high gear about the possibility of NASCAR running atRead More
By FIA Valtteri Bottas put himself in the best position to keep his slim Formula 1 title chances alive by claiming his fifth pole position of the season at the Circuit of Americas, while championship-leading team-mate Lewis Hamilton could only mange fifth in qualifying for the United States Grand Prix. After finishing fifth and sixth in the opening two segments of qualifying in Austin, Bottas upped the pace in the first runs of Q3 to set an unbeatable time of 1:32.029. Vettel got closest, posting a first-run time of 1:32.041Read More
By FIA Max Verstappen topped the timesheet in final practice for the Unites States Grand Prix, beating Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel by two tenths of a second as Charles Leclerc was sidelined early in the session by what looked to be an engine problem. Leclerc was one of the first drivers out on track in the one-hour session, but he pulled over at Turn 19 and trundled across the grass to come to a halt with smoke rising from the back of his car. Verstappen set the pace in the firstRead More

Posted On November 1, 2019By Motorsports TribuneIn Breaking News, Formula One, Headline News

Hamilton Paces FP2 for United States GP

By FIA Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton went quickest in the second practice session for the United States Grand Prix, lapping three tenths of a second faster than Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc and third-placed Red Bull driver Max Verstappen Leclerc led the way in the early part of the 90-minute session, with the Monegasque racer climbing to the top of the timesheet with a lap of 1:34.434 on medium compound Pirelli tyres as Hamilton restricted himself to the hard compound. Prior to Leclerc’s table topper the opening phase session was briefly interrupted whenRead More
By FIA Max Verstappen set the pace in the opening practice session for the United States Grand Prix, with the Red Bull Racing driver beating Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel by just under two tenths of a second as championship leader Lewis Hamilton finished eighth. Red Bull Racing’s early weekend pace was confirmed by Alex Albon’s third place at the end of the session, 0.259s behind his team-mate and it was the Thai deriver who also set the pace in the opening half of the session. Verstappen then moved to soft tyresRead More
By Joey Barnes, Editor-in-Chief Renault announced changes within their aerodynamic department with eyes already on the 2020 season. The team reached a “mutually agreement” to part ways with immediate effect with Peter Machin, who previously served as the head of aerodynamics. In turn, Dirk de Beer, returns to the team and takes over the role after stops at Williams and Ferrari. Additionally, Vince Todd will serve as the deputy head of aerodynamics on an interim basis for the remainder of 2019 with the permanent replacement for next season to beRead More

Posted On October 31, 2019By Motorsports TribuneIn Breaking News, Formula One, Headline News

2021 Formula 1 Regulations

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