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Renault vow to back Palmer during 'tough period'

BAKU (Reuters) - Despite colliding with the barriers during Friday's second practice session ahead of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Jolyon Palmer has the backing of his team according to Renault managing director Cyril Abiteboul. More »

 

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Work to be done for Mercedes, says Hamilton

BAKU (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton has acknowledged that Mercedes still have significant room for improvement after a troubled practice day on Friday ahead of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. More »

 

Motor racing-Formula One Azerbaijani Grand Prix 2nd free practice session

June 23 (Gracenote) - 2nd Free Practice Session from the Formula One Azerbaijani Grand Prix at Baku City Circuit on Friday More »

 

F1: Red Bull take top two spots in Azerbaijan practice

BAKU (Reuters) - Red Bull's Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo finished first and second in the first practice ahead of Sunday's Azerbaijan, in a scorching session that was halted with a red flag after Sergio Perez of Force India crashed into the barriers. More »

 

Motor racing: Sauber drivers stunned by Kaltenborn exit

BAKU (Reuters) - Sauber drivers Pascal Wehrlein and Marcus Ericsson have admitted they were shocked to learn of the sudden departure of team principal Monisha Kaltenborn, the first woman to run a Formula One outfit, earlier this week. More »

 

Bottas predicts a 'mess' in challenging Azerbaijan Grand Prix

BAKU (Reuters) - Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas is expecting Sunday's Azerbaijan Grand Prix to produce more drama than last year, when Nico Rosberg cruised to victory from pole position, and says drivers will not be put off by the track's reputation. More »

 

Motor racing: Bring on digital dimension, says Tata F1 boss

LONDON (Reuters) - The day when Formula One fans can race virtually with real drivers in live grands prix may not be so far off as the sport looks to develop the digital dimension. More »

 

First female F1 team boss leaves Sauber

LONDON (Reuters) - Swiss-based Sauber have parted company with principal Monisha Kaltenborn, the first woman to run a Formula One outfit, the team's owners said on Wednesday. More »

 

UPDATE 1-Motor racing-First female F1 team boss leaves Sauber

LONDON, June 21 (Reuters) - Swiss-based Sauber have parted company with principal Monisha Kaltenborn, the first woman to run a Formula One outfit, the team's owners said on Wednesday. More »

 

New teams interested in entering Formula One - Todt

GENEVA (Reuters) - New teams have expressed an interest in entering Formula One and two slots could be available, International Automobile Federation (FIA) president Jean Todt said on Wednesday. More »

 

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