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Ferrari extend Leclerc's contract until 2024

Ferrari put their long-term faith in Charles Leclerc on Monday by extending the 22-year-old's contract for five more years until the end of 2024.

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Silverstone on top as F1 reports bigger crowds in 2019

Mercedes launches partnership with Ineos Sports

Ticktum joins Williams as development driver

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F1 teams vote to stick with existing Pirelli tyres for 2020

All 10 Formula One teams have unanimously voted to continue using the current specification of Pirelli tyres after testing and analysing results of the new 2020 prototype in Abu Dhabi, the sport's governing body (FIA) said on Tuesday.

Hamilton and MotoGP great Rossi preparing for ride swap

Six times Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton and MotoGP great Valentino Rossi are preparing for a ride swap in Spain on Monday, with the Briton "super excited" at the prospect.

Technical director Chester leaves Renault F1 team

福利网站Technical director Nick Chester is departing the Renault Formula One team and has been placed on a period of 'garden leave', they announced on Friday.

F1 waves chequered flag for tradition over technology

福利网站Formula One's governing body has ruled for tradition over technology when it comes to deciding the official end of a grand prix.

Russell ends F1 testing on top of the timesheets

George Russell, the only Formula One driver without a point this year, swapped his tail-end Williams for a title-winning Mercedes on Wednesday and ended up fastest on the final day of post-season testing in Abu Dhabi.

Ocon fits in at Renault after a year out

Esteban Ocon started work as a Renault Formula One driver in Abu Dhabi post-season testing on Tuesday, after a year as a reserve for champions Mercedes, and said it was good to be back behind the wheel.

Formula One braced for demands of record 22 races

When Formula One returns in 2020, there will be a record 22 races on the schedule - and renewed concerns about the demands being placed on those who keep the travelling circus on the road.

McLaren on the up but still a hard climb ahead

福利网站Former champions McLaren left the Abu Dhabi Formula One finale celebrating their best championship finish since their time as grand prix winners, but team boss Zak Brown isn't expecting any miracles to speed up their climb back into the sport's elite. 

Motor racing - Dutch Grand Prix organisers say Zandvoort circuit will be ready on time

Five months before the first Formula 1 race in the Netherlands since 1985, organisers have finally started the elaborate renovation of their picturesque, but outdated, circuit in the sandy dunes of Zandvoort.

Team by team analysis of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

福利网站Team by team analysis of Sunday's season-ending Abu Dhabi Formula One Grand Prix (listed in championship order):

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