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Top three outfits in close contention - Friday noticebook

The first three hours of on-track action of the Formula 1 Gran Premio de Mexico 2019 indicated that all three top-teams are contenders for victory this weekend. In amongst...
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What did we learn from the Mexican Grand Prix?

After a strategy-dominated race-long battle, Lewis Hamilton emerged victorious in yesterday’s Mexican Grand Prix. Following a clash with Max Verstappen at the first...
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Hamilton takes Mexican GP victory with perfect strategy

There were various strategies possible today, but Lewis Hamilton certainly executed his perfectly. A fighting first stint on medium, followed by an error-free long second...
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Bottas crashes out, Verstappen ignores yellow flags – Saturday...

With six drivers having a real shot at the pole position for today’s Formula One Gran Premio de Mexico, yesterday’s qualifying session could not have been any more...
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Things to know ahead of the Mexican Grand Prix

For the sixth consecutive time, Scuderia Ferrari will start from the pole position in today’s Formula One Gran Premio de Mexico 2019. However, securing the ninth pole...
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Hardest strategy call of 2019 - Pirelli

Formula One tyre supplier Pirelli predicts that the two-stop strategy will be the best way to complete today’s Mexican Grand Prix given the high tyre wear experienced...
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Verstappen stripped of pole for yellow flag incident

Max Verstappen has been stripped of his Mexican GP pole position after the stewards have found him to not have slowed down enough at the scene where Valtteri Bottas had...
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I saw it coming - Gunther Steiner

Qualifying for the Mexican Grand Prix wasn't a spectacular affair for Haas F1 Team, as both Grosjean and Magnussen got eliminated early on. They'll face up uphill battle...
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Verstappen takes Mexico pole position as Bottas crashes

Max Verstappen secured pole position for Sunday's Mexican Grand Prix by going fastest in qualifying at Mexico City. He beat pole favourites Charles Leclerc and Sebastian...
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FP3: Leclerc confirms Ferrari advantage

Charles Leclerc confirmed that Ferrari is the team to beat for qualifying at Mexico, as he topped the final practice session. He was only just faster than teammate...
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Tricky tyre management – technical news from the Mexican Grand...

As expected, the high altitude in Mexico caused for headaches for both engineers and drivers during the first day of practice around the Hermanos Rodriguez race track. The...
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Top three outfits very close – Friday noticebook

The first three hours of on-track action of the Formula 1 Gran Premio de Mexico 2019 indicated that all three top-teams are contenders for victory this weekend. In amongst...
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FP2: Vettel ahead as Mercedes lose edge

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel was the fastest man in the afternoon session at Mexico, setting the fastest time in a session that saw the top 10 spread by nearly a full second.
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FP1: Hamilton leads Leclerc and Verstappen by 0.1s in Mexico

Lewis Hamilton has edged another bit closer to securing his sixth Formula 1 title by topping the first practice session of the Mexican Grand Prix weekend. The Mercedes...
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Mexican Grand Prix – Preview

Hot on the heel of typgoon-affected Japanese Grand Prix, the Formula One field makes a long trip from Japan to Mexico City for the Mexican Grand Prix, Round 18 of the 2019...
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Renault disqualified from Japanese GP due to illegal driver aid

The Renault F1 team have been found guilty of implementing and using an illegal driver aid in their cars. The stewards decided in today's hearing in Geneva that both...
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What did we learn from the Japanese Grand Prix?

Following a relatively long win drought in a season when Mercedes designed a dominant car, Valtteri Bottas finally emerged victorious at Suzuka, Japan. Just several days...
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Leclerc demoted to 7th due to time penalties

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc has been demoted to 7th in the result of today's Japanese Grand Prix, as a double penalty given after the race made him lose his 6th place.
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Valtteri Bottas has won the Japanese Grand Prix after taking the lead at the start of the race. The Finn controlled the race after that while Vettel and Hamilton battled...
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Vettel takes pole in surprising Ferrari front-row lockout

Many had expected Mercedes to be the dominant force again today in Suzuka, but qualifying showed a different picture. Ferrari delivered when it mattered, and in Q3, they...
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Things to know ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix

Formula One teams and drivers headed east, to Suzuka for this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix, Round 17 of the championship. The arrival of the Typhoon Hagabis forced the...
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Mercedes with a late development push – Technical news

The 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship is slowly nearing its end, but the development race is still raging between the teams. The Mercedes outfit left its rivals...
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