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October 16, 2019
No Dirty Laundry, Just Motorsport News!
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Ferrari tells the FIA they intend to appeal controversial Canadian GP penalty

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Hamilton takes fifth win of the season in Canada following controversial Ferrari penalty

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Chadwick strengthens W Series lead with victory in Italy

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Quiz: Put your Canadian Grand Prix knowledge to the test

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Kimilainen to miss another race due to injury

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Hamilton holds off Verstappen for a victory in Monaco

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Jamie Chadwick joined Williams driver academy

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Racing legend Niki Lauda passes away aged 70

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Quiz: Test your Monaco GP knowledge

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Visser takes a commanding victory at Zolder

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

Formula 1

Hamilton takes fifth win of the season in Canada following controversial Ferrari penalty

Hamilton takes fifth win of the season in Canada following controversial Ferrari penalty

The teams were in North America for the first time this season at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve for the FORMULA 1 PIRELLI GRAND PRIX DU CANADA 2019. Brake management was critical in the race, but there were still some great battles throughout the field, most notably for the lead of the race. The formation lap