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Lia Block: “I’m never going to be happy until I’m winning” in F1 Academy as she turns her attention to Barcelona

At only 17-year-old, Lia Block hopped into her maiden F1 Academy season, freshly switching from rallying to single-seaters and determined to be at the top. Now, with two out of seven rounds of the all-female series behind us and the third one in Barcelona around the corner, the American driver finds herself 14th in the…

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FIA updates F1 sporting regulations in response to jump starts and lack of running during wet sessions

Updated sporting regulations have been released today aiming to clamp down on problems identified in the opening five races of the 2024 season. Today’s updates to Formula 1’s sporting regulations aim to clamp down on false starts and encourage teams to hit the track during rain affected sessions. Both changes have been introduced based on…

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“Complete bullshit” — Komatsu strongly rejects Haas was unsporting with tactics in F1 Saudi Arabian GP

Ayao Komatsu, the boss of Haas Formula 1, has called the team’s alleged “unsportsmanlike” behavior during the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix “complete bullshit.” Kevin Magnussen received a 10-second penalty for contact with Alex Albon at turn 4 on the restart, and he followed it up with another after passing Yuki Tsunoda off track at the…

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“Not how I want to go racing” — Williams F1 Team Principal Vowles on the tactics of Haas at Saudi Arabian GP

The 2024 season has underscored the intense competition among the bottom five teams, with a mere one-point difference separating sixth from 10th place in the standings. However, tensions flared as multiple team managers expressed disappointment over Kevin Magnussen deliberately slowing down Tsunoda, Albon, Ocon, Sargeant and Ricciardo after receiving two 10-second penalties during the race….

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Ocon says it’s “very clear” what Alpine needs to improve after running in traffic during F1 Saudi Arabian GP

Alpine has an underwhelming start of the 2024 season, to put it mildly. Completely off the pace in Bahrein the only reason they didn’t finish last was due to the misfortune of Logan Sargeant and Valtteri Bottas. A week later in Jeddah it wasn’t much better, as Pierre Gasly had to retire after one lap. Esteban Ocon managed to stay ahead of a few cars, but was helped by Kevin Magnussen severely dropping the pace to help his Haas-teammate Nico Hülkenberg.

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Sauber F1 scrambles to solve continuous pit stop issues ahead of Australian GP; Bottas declares them a “wake-up call”

Sauber F1 driver Zhou Guanyu found himself in pit lane mayhem at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.  These issues echoed the problems at this season’s first race in Bahrain, where the team had a wheel nut nightmare with Valtteri Bottas’s car. Bottas experienced a pit stop horror story that reminded the watchers-on of Monaco 20221…

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Stroll vows to reset after F1 Saudi Arabian GP crash; Aston Martin will “turn the page and move on” from the error

After clipping the inside barrier at Turn 22 on lap 6 when running P9, Lance Stroll’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix came to a premature end. At the Jeddah Corniche Circuit, Stroll moved up the rankings after starting in tenth place; on the very first lap, he passed Yuki Tsunoda to gain a spot. However, on…

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Horner praises Verstappen and Perez for the “exceptional job” they did after bagging another 1-2 at F1 Saudi Arabian GP

Speaking following yet another dominant performance from Red Bull at last weekend’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, Red Bull team principal Horner says the team still need to get a full picture of the RB20. With the defending champions hitting the ground running in Bahrain for the opening Grand Prix of the 2024 season, it was…

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Ferrari has to “improve in every single area” to catch Red Bull Racing in 2024 F1 season — Vasseur

Even though they are still adrift of Red Bull Racing, Ferrari no longer considers itself to be in a “useless” position to compete with Red Bull in Formula 1. Despite the Maranello team’s rise to be Red Bull’s main rival ao far this season, they have been unable to prevent Max Verstappen from starting on pole…

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