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Brawn: New teams after 2021 will be a measure of F1's success

Formula One's motorsport director Ross Brawn hopes changes to the regulations for 2021 will encourage new teams to enter the sport.

F1 could go all-electric in ten years

Formula One's motorsport director Ross Brawn says the sport could go all electric within the next ten years if it provides a better spectacle for the fans.

Red Bull

Red Bull rules out signing Alonso because he causes 'chaos'

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has ruled out signing Fernando Alonso as Daniel Ricciardo's replacement on the grounds that the two-time world champion has brought "chaos" wherever he has driven.

Horner suspects Ricciardo's decision was linked to Max

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner believes Daniel Ricciardo's decision to switch to Renault next year was partly influenced by the growing strength of current teammate Max Verstappen.

Red Bull's 2018: A season of failure and 'what-ifs'

A mixture of mechanical gremlins, unreliable Renault engines and driver errors has seen Red Bull fail to maximize their opportunities in 2018. Had things panned out differently, they could comfortably be leading the world championship.

Ricciardo on the move

Ricciardo makes Renault switch for 2019

Daniel Ricciardo will make the switch from Red Bull to Renault for the 2019 Formula One Season.

How the 2019 F1 grid is shaping up

Your guide to the latest rumours on the F1 driver market as the pieces start to fall into place on the 2019 grid.

Who could replace Ricciardo at Red Bull?


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Is Valtteri Bottas now Lewis Hamilton's wingman?

As F1 heads for its summer break, we reflect on some of the main talking points from the Hungarian Grand Prix and the 2018 season so far.

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The Pit Stop: Who'll be on the grid in 2019?

Jennie Gow and Maurice Hamilton tackle your questions on 2019, Riccardo's future and tight championship races.


Radio Ga Ga: The sad tale of Kimi and his drinks bottle

A round-up of the best radio soundbites from the crazy and chaotic German Grand Prix, where Sebastian Vettel crashed out from the lead, Lewis Hamilton won from 14th on the grid after both had benefited from separate team orders.

Hungarian Grand Prix


Hamilton eases to Hungary win, Vettel survives Bottas clash for second

Lewis Hamilton will go into F1's summer break with a 24-point championship lead after beating title rival Sebastian Vettel to victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Verstappen: It's a shame I was beeped on the radio

Max Verstappen said he was disappointed to have engine troubles throughout the first half of the season, after retiring early on in the Hungarian Grand Prix.


Bottas crashes with Vettel, Ricciardo

Valtteri Bottas was involved in two collisions towards the end of the Hungarian Grand Prix, first with Sebastian Vettel then with Daniel Ricciardo.


Hamilton stays in front at Hungarian GP

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton remained in front with teammate Valtteri Bottas in second after the start of the Hungarian Grand Prix.


Breaking down the Hungarian GP's key moments

Recap all of the key moments from the Hungarian Grand Prix.


Advantage Lewis as Mercedes claims another upset

ESPN rounds up the main talking points from Lewis Hamilton's sixth victory at the Hungaroring.



Hamilton masters rain for shock Hungary pole

Lewis Hamilton claimed a surprise pole position for the Hungarian Grand Prix in a wet qualifying session as Mercedes locked out the front row of the grid ahead of Ferrari.

WATCH: How Lewis claimed pole in Hungary


Can it rain every race weekend, please?

A round-up of the main talking points from another dramatic F1 contest in the wet.

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Vettel: Conditions made Q3 difficult


Hungarian Grand Prix

Friday practice

Vettel edges Verstappen in FP2

Sebastian Vettel topped the second practice session for the Hungarian Grand Prix as Ferrari and Red Bull emerged as the favourites for victory this weekend.

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Hungarian Grand Prix


Bottas: I'm not playing a support role to Lewis

Valtteri Bottas has denied suggestions that he will be forced to support Lewis Hamilton's title bid against Sebastian Vettel after he was ordered to stick behind his teammate last time out at the German Grand Prix.

McLaren signs technical director James Key from Toro Rosso

McLaren has confirmed the signing of Toro Rosso's highly rated technical director James Key to the same role, as it continues to revamp its F1 operation.

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Ferrari is running flags at half-mast today following yesterday's news of the death of former chairman Sergio Marchionne. Ferrari has cancelled all its media commitments today and have had Kimi Raikkonen and Maurizio Arrivabene officially excused from taking part in the Thursday and Friday press conferences, respectively.

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Hungarian Grand Prix


Is this Red Bull's time to shine?

ESPN previews the Hungarian Grand Prix and takes a look at whether it will provide Red Bull with its best chance for another victory in season 2018.

The Pit Stop: Will Alonso be in F1 next year?

Jennie Gow and Craig Scarborough tackle your questions on Fernando Alonso, overtaking and the weather.


F1 heads to Budapest before the summer break

There's still one more race before the summer break and Jennie Gow and Craig Scarborough discusses how the unusually warm weather might cause a shake up in the competitive order.


Why Hamilton deserved a tougher penalty

Craig Scarborough joins Jennie Gow to argue that Lewis Hamilton should have faced a harsher penalty for crossing the pit lane entrance in Germany.


German Grand Prix


Were Merc, Ferrari wrong to implement team orders in Germany?

After a chaotic and controversial German Grand Prix, our F1 experts weigh in on team orders, Lewis Hamilton's drive to victory and who they think will be the champion now we have reached the half-way point of 2018's epic season.


Hockenheim showed why Vettel v Hamilton is box office

The dramatic reversal in fortunes experienced by Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton during the German Grand Prix weekend highlighted why F1 fans are being treated to such a special championship fight this season.

Radio Ga Ga: Chaos, confusion and controversy in Germany

A round-up of the best radio soundbites from the crazy and chaotic German Grand Prix, where Sebastian Vettel crashed out from the lead, Lewis Hamilton won from 14th on the grid after both had benefited from separate team orders.


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