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October 16, 2019
No Dirty Laundry, Just Motorsport News!
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FIA made the right choice to ignore Vettel’s false start in Japan

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Leclerc awarded two penalties for Japanese GP incident

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Mercedes secures both championship titles in Japan

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Mercedes preserves flawless Russian GP record

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McLaren switching to Mercedes power in 2021

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Plastic bag killed Magnussen’s pace in Singapore

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Vettel ends 22 race dry spell in Singapore

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Haas officially terminates Rich Energy partnership

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Leclerc holds off Mercedes to win in front the Italian fans

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Leclerc earns maiden win in Belgium

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FIA made the right choice to ignore Vettel’s false start in Japan

FIA made the right choice to ignore Vettel’s false start in Japan

Some fans have been critical of the FIA’s decision to ignore Sebastian Vettel’s jumped start at the Japanese Grand Prix. It’s a decision that likely preserved his P2 finish. It was the right call though. During the race, many people predicted that it was only a matter of time before the FIA handed Vettel a

Formula 1

Leclerc awarded two penalties for Japanese GP incident

Leclerc awarded two penalties for Japanese GP incident

The FIA has handed Charles Leclerc two time penalties for his opening incident at the start of the Japanese Grand Prix, dropping him down a position in the final results. The incident in question occurred in the first corner of the Japanese Grand Prix and involved Max Verstappen. After getting a poor start off the

Formula 1

Mercedes secures both championship titles in Japan

Mercedes secures both championship titles in Japan

The FORMULA 1 JAPANESE GRAND PRIX 2019 was a weekend that originally started out under rainy conditions and ended with a busy Sunday. Mercedes finished the weekend with both championship titles in their hands. Thanks to Typhoon Hagabis, Saturday’s running was cancelled. Qualifying was rescheduled to Sunday morning, just four hours ahead of the race.

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Mercedes preserves flawless Russian GP record

Mercedes preserves flawless Russian GP record

Just a week after Sebastian Vettel secured a victory in Singapore, he was in Russia looking to repeat that at the FORMULA 1 VTB RUSSIAN GRAND PRIX 2019. Mercedes were looking to preserve their flawless Russian Grand Prix record, while Charles Leclerc was looking to convert his pole position into a third career victory. Mercedes

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McLaren switching to Mercedes power in 2021

McLaren switching to Mercedes power in 2021

McLaren will be reviving their partnership with Mercedes, reaching a deal to run the Mercedes engine starting in 2021. McLaren will run the Renault engine next season. McLaren previously ran Mercedes engines from 1995 to 2014. They won a World Construtors’ Championship title once during that period and finished runner up in the World Constructors’

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Plastic bag killed Magnussen’s pace in Singapore

Plastic bag killed Magnussen’s pace in Singapore

Some protesters argue that plastic bags kill the environment. If Kevin Magnussen were to join the movement against plastic bags, his protest sign would probably read “plastic kills… my pace” after today’s Singapore Grand Prix. After the second safety car period of the day, Magnussen was looking like he was on track to give the