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December 11, 2019
No Dirty Laundry, Just Motorsport News!
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What you need to know about the Rich Energy fiasco

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Quiz: How high can you score on this British GP quiz?

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Verstappen recovers from poor start to take victory in Austria

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Hamilton dominates in France

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Quiz: Test your French GP wisdom

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Ferrari drops Canadian GP appeal

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F1’s conspiracy theorists have destroyed the opportunity to push for change

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Are the fans to blame for the Canadian Grand Prix penalty controversy?

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The risk involved in reversing the Canadian GP penalty

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Ferrari tells the FIA they intend to appeal controversial Canadian GP penalty

Formula 1

F1’s conspiracy theorists have destroyed the opportunity to push for change

F1’s conspiracy theorists have destroyed the opportunity to push for change

Now that the Canadian Grand Prix debate has had some time to cool down, the F1 conspiracy theorists have descended upon the situation and completely destroyed the opportunity to create change. It’s been a few days since the Canadian Grand Prix and it’s been interesting to see how the conversation has changed throughout those few

Formula 1

Are the fans to blame for the Canadian Grand Prix penalty controversy?

Are the fans to blame for the Canadian Grand Prix penalty controversy?

The controversial penalty given to Sebastian Vettel at the Canadian Grand Prix has sparked a lot of debate about the F1 regulations. For the sake of playing devil’s advocate, did ourselves (the fans) dig our own grave? Is this whole situation our fault? A hot topic last season was the fair application of penalties by

Formula 1

Ferrari tells the FIA they intend to appeal controversial Canadian GP penalty

Ferrari tells the FIA they intend to appeal controversial Canadian GP penalty

Although it’s probably no surprise, Ferrari has told the FIA they will appeal the stewards’ controversial penalty for an incident in the Canadian Grand Prix. The penalty cost Sebastian Vettel his first win of the 2019 season. The appeal will need to be filed in the FIA’s International Court of Appeals and it could take