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Here’s What The 2021 Formula One Rule Changes Will Look Like

The Powers That Be at Formula One have come together to decide how, exactly, they can make the world’s most elite racing series actually more enjoyable to watch. We’ve talked a little bit about this announcement before, but now we’re getting a glimpse at how things will change, and why.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Red Bull Is Shaking Things Up In The Middle Of The F1 Season

Max Verstappen has been the star of Red Bull Racing this year, and perhaps the entire Formula One field. He’s a breath of unpredictability, and success, in a sea of Mercedes team dominance. His teammate Pierre Gasly has been kind of the opposite, to the point that he just got demoted to the Toro Rosso […]

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Hamilton Comes Back From 20-Second Deficit To Beat Verstappen In Hungarian Grand Prix

With 21 laps to go in the Hungarian Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton was 21 seconds behind. Max Verstappen had fought him off long enough that Mercedes realized their only way to victory was with an aggressive pit strategy. Hamilton had emerged from the pits with a huge lead to make up.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Netflix Just Filmed Behind the Scenes of Mercedes’ Worst Race of the Season

Mercedes’ dominance in the series. The team’s calm ability to dispatch opponents. A meticulous and well-planned strategy. A nearly unstoppable driver at the top of his game. These are things that Netflix’s documentary crew didn’t capture today, as they followed the Mercedes team during the German Grand Prix.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Netflix’s Formula One: Drive To Survive Returns In 2020 With All Teams Involved

I’ll happily admit to being wrong about Netflix’s documentary series Formula 1: Drive to Survive. After learning the depths of F1's own involvement, I figured it’d be a sanitized, glorified ad for the racing series, empty of anything truly interesting or controversial. That wasn’t the case at all. While it wasn’t…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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How the Hell Are We Supposed to Pronounce the Lotus Evija?

So far, 2019 has been a great year for cars. At least, a great year for expensive aspirational machines like the Lotus Evija that cost about a bajillion dollars. But who’s counting! On the other hand, it has decidedly not been a great year for poor Rich Energy, the embattled former Formula One sponsor and […]

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Embattled F1 Sponsor Rich Energy Is Now ‘Lightning Volt Limited,’ CEO William Storey Is Out

On my best day, I don’t think I could’ve concocted the bizarre story about Haas Formula One sponsor Rich Energy: a supposed energy drink empire out of Great Britain, aimed directly at Red Bull, with a shady past and a bombastic CEO who comes off on Twitter like racing’s bargain-basement Donald Trump. Evidently, some…Read more… […]

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Power Struggle at Rich Energy Continues as It’s Accused of Stiffing Whyte Bikes $45,000

Rich Energy, the mysterious British energy-drink company plastered across the Haas Formula One Team’s cars, is having quite the week. From a later-refuted statement that it would end its Haas partnership over “poor performance” and “PC attitude,” to an apparent power struggle within the company, things are weird as…Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Haas F1 Sponsor Rich Energy Claims to Have Terminated Contract, Citing ‘PC Attitude’

Rich Energy, the enigmatic British energy-drink company that came aboard the Haas Formula One Team’s cars this year and brought a whole lot of questions of legitimacy with it, tweeted Wednesday that it has terminated its contract with the team. The tweet cited “poor performance” and a “PC attitude” in F1.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Here’s Why F1 Took Three Hours to Decide Whether Max Verstappen Would Keep His Austrian GP Win

For the past three Formula One race weekends, the talk after the grand prix has been more about the stewards than the racing itself—something any viewer, no matter the sport, knows is a miserable outcome. But the full conversation about the Austrian Grand Prix didn’t even begin until more than three hours after the…Read more… […]

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