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F1 cancels Azerbaijan, Singapore and Japan races

Azerbaijan, Singapore and Japan joined the list of Formula One grands prix cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic on Friday but organisers said they were still aiming for a reduced season of 15-18 races.

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F1 likely to add European races as more cancellations loom

Hamilton happy with form after test return at wet Silverstone

Wolff says Mercedes ready for challenge as team returns to track

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Reaction to revised Formula One calendar

福利网站Formula One confirmed on Tuesday it would start its delayed season in Austria on July 5 with eight races in Europe over the space of 10 weeks.

Austria ideal chance for F1 to experiment, says Red Bull boss

福利网站Formula One has a perfect opportunity to experiment with back-to-back races in Austria in July but champions Mercedes are standing in the way, Red Bull boss Christian Horner said on Monday.

Mercedes set to oppose F1 reverse grid qualifying race plan

A Formula One proposal for an experimental reverse-grid qualifying race when Austria hosts two grands prix in July looks unlikely to be accepted due to opposition from champions Mercedes.

Mercedes has 'clear intention' to continue in F1 for years

Mercedes plans to stay in Formula One for years to come, parent company Daimler has said after renewed speculation about the world champions' future and the intentions of team principal Toto Wolff.

Williams hopeful of fresh sponsorship after ROKiT split

Williams announced the end of the Formula One team's title sponsorship with ROKiT on Friday but hoped to bring in new money to replace it.

Renault staying in Formula One - interim CEO

福利网站Renault will stay in Formula One, interim Chief Executive Coltilde Delbos said on Friday after announcing the carmaker's restructuring measures including plans to cut 15,000 jobs worldwide.

Williams says any team sale would be to secure F1 future

福利网站Williams are prepared to end decades of family control and sell the struggling Formula One team to secure its future after tough times on and off the track, deputy principal Claire Williams said on Friday.

Williams considers sale of struggling F1 team

Williams said on Friday it was considering selling its once-dominant but now struggling Formula One team as part of a strategic review.

Ferrari to establish driver programme in Australia

The Ferrari Driver Academy (FDA) will set up a new development programme in Sydney as they look to develop regional talent for the future, Motorsport Australia said on Friday.

Ricciardo talked to Ferrari before McLaren move

Daniel Ricciardo had discussions with Ferrari over a possible move to the Italian Formula One team before opting for McLaren, the Australian said on Thursday.

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