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F1 teams turn down reverse grid qualifying for 2020

According to reports, the concept of a reversed-grid qualifying race of three race weekends in 2020. The concept was Liberty Media’s attempt to improve Formula 1 via new...
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Burning the Mid-Season oil

There was a piece over at Autosport that caught my attention for a few reasons. In short, the article discusses a letter from unnamed teams to the FIA seeking...
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F1 agrees to race at Miami Dolphins stadium in 2021

According to the Miami Herald, Formula 1 has reached an agreement in principle for a race in 2021 at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Florida. “We are thrilled to announce...
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TPF F1 Podcast #651 Japanese GP Review

Join Paul and me as we review the exciting FIA Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix. We cover each team as they finished and discuss each driver's performance. We even offer a...
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Mopping up after Japanese GP

The 2019 Japanese Grand Prix will be remembered as the race that secured a 6th constructor’s and driver’s championship for Mercedes. It may also be mentioned as one of...
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Race Report: Bottas win gives Mercedes 6th title at Japanese...

Typhoon-corrected, the Japanese Grand Prix was mostly likely going to be a very exciting weekend but it didn’t escape losing the Free Practice session 3 and all activity...
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Renault's FP2 results may leave team ‘compromised'

If you were losing one complete practice session as well as delaying a qualifying session until Sunday morning due to a typhoon—which could mean that there might be a...
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Japanese GP qualifying postponed

Super typhoon Hagibis has forced the postponement of Saturday’s qualifying session. The Formula 1 website announced: “As a result of the predicted impact of Typhoon...
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F1 keeps eye on Super typhoon Hagibis for Japanese Grand Prix

This weekend could be slightly damp according to weather reports as a “super typhoon” named Hagibis bears down on Japan. Formula 1 and the FIA issued a statement today...
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TPF Track Talk: Suzuka GP

Join Paul as he takes you on a hot lap in the rain on one of Formula 1's most iconic circuits, Suzuka Japan. The Japanese Grand Prix is an exciting track and with the...
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Parc Fermé F1 Podcast #650: Grimace of change

Join Grace and me as we discuss the Formula 1 news of the week and why it matter presumably matter to someone. We discuss changes, changes and more changes and what...
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F1 pressured for new engine format; would Greta approve?

The 2014 engine regulation changes fractured the Formula 1 world. It galvanized those who favored an electric-powered series—which they felt was the future of road cars...
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Hamiltons says 2021 data ‘looks great'

When you’re in charge of assisting—or depending on your view, crafting—the new regulations for 2021, you are going to face a lot of key friction points with heavily...
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Formula 1's F1 TV conundrum

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Kubica's sponsor asks for explanation over Russian GP retirement

Robert Kubica’s retirement from the Russian Grand Prix was one of expediency and while his sponsor was making noises in the press about the reasoning after a tweet by...
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Two things happened in 2019. First, Mercedes started off what appeared to be one of the most dominant seasons in Formula 1 history. Second, Ferrari amazingly rose to...
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TPF F1 Podcast #649 Russian GP review

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Maybe, but it was Albon, not Verstappen in the race. When Albon hit Norris he might have had a bit of damage too and after losing their first car...

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Well something now lacking at Red Bull because their home race saw the fastest Mclaren finish less then 10 seconds behind the fastest Red Bull....

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No way, Red Bull are still too good but the gap is getting smaller.

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