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“We just need to keep on building some performance to it” — Russell remains optimistic about Mercedes making progress following solid F1 Chinese GP

The Mercedes driver managed to turn around his complicated weekend by ending the Chinese GP in P6. After recovering to P8 in the Sprint Race, the same position he had qualified for the Sunday race, the British driver improved his positions with a great start that put him in P6 ahead of the Ferraris. Although…

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Krack unimpressed with stewards inconsistency during F1 Chinese GP weekend

Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack has labelled Lance Stroll’s “very harsh” at the F1 Chinese Grand Prix. The Canadian made big contact with Daniel Ricciardo at the Turn 14 hairpin as the Safety Car period ended and the race restarted. Stroll was given a 10-second time penalty as a seething Ricciardo retired, and his…

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“I have never had so much understeer in my life” — Hamilton left to rue set-up choice for F1 Chinese GP with P9 finish

It was a weekend of mixed feelings for Lewis Hamilton. Friday saw him have a promising Sprint Qualifying in a wet Shanghai where he ended up in P2. He finished the Sprint Race on the second step of the podium behind a dominant Max Verstappen. It was a very different situation he faced in Sunday’s…

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“It’s better not to race” on Saturday — Alonso unhappy with Sprint penalty and lack of tyre sets as he recovers to P7 in F1 Chinese GP

Fernando Alonso described finishing seventh in the Chinese Grand Prix as , despite having started from third position and ending the first lap in second place after masterfully overtaking Sergio Pérez’s Red Bull around the outside in turn 2. He remains convinced Aston Martin is no more than the fifth fastest team on the grid….

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Ferrari needs to “understand” a “very strange” lack of pace on hards in F1 Chinese GP compared to McLaren — Leclerc

Leclerc started 6th at the Chinese Grand Prix in front of his teammate Carlos Sainz who qualified P7. Both Ferraris were struggling during qualifying on Saturday as they ended up behind Alonso and the McLarens. The Monegasque driver was expecting a smoother race day as the Ferrari seems much stronger on race pace versus one-lap…

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Penalty points impact Magnussen, Sargeant, Stroll and Ricciardo after incidents in F1 Chinese GP

The Chinese Grand Prix 2024 was marked by a series of incidents that prompted decisive actions from the race stewards. Kevin Magnussen received a 10-second time penalty and two penalty points for a collision with Yuki Tsunoda at Turn 6 on lap 27 as he spun the Japanese driver into retirement with some clumsy driving….

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“We made too many mistakes” — Vasseur explains what went wrong for Ferrari in F1 Chinese GP

In Shanghai Ferrari missed out on a podium finish for the first time this season. It was quite a messy weekend for the team, characterised by tensions between teammates, a qualifying crash, and a noticeable lack of pace compared to their closest rivals. Given Ferrari’s consistency in the previous rounds, their underwhelming showing in China…

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Long Beach GP | IndyCar Race | Scott Dixon scores 57th win after fuel saving masterclass

After grabbing Meyer Shank Racing’s first (official) pole, Felix Rosenqvist led the field to the green flag on Shoreline Drive, but Will Power had the better run to turn 1 on the green (option) tyres. The Ozzy overtakes the Swede around the outside, while further back Arrow McLaren-colleagues Pato O’Ward and Alexander Rossi tangle as the former hits the latter in the rear at the fountain section.

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