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F1 Drivers Use Platform To Advocate For Human Rights Ahead Of Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

This weekend, Formula One will be racing in Saudi Arabia, which hasn’t exactly been a huge hit. Yes, there are the practical concerns (the track, after all, was desperately unfinished just two weeks ago). But Amnesty International also alleged that F1 was contributing to the sportswashing of the country, which…Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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F1 Drivers Use Platform To Advocate For Human Rights Ahead Of Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

This weekend, Formula One will be racing in Saudi Arabia, which hasn’t exactly been a huge hit. Yes, there are the practical concerns (the track, after all, was desperately unfinished just two weeks ago). But Amnesty International also alleged that F1 was contributing to the sportswashing of the country, which…Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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F1 Drivers Use Platform To Advocate For Human Rights Ahead Of Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

This weekend, Formula One will be racing in Saudi Arabia, which hasn’t exactly been a huge hit. Yes, there are the practical concerns (the track, after all, was desperately unfinished just two weeks ago). But Amnesty International also alleged that F1 was contributing to the sportswashing of the country, which…Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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F1 Will Race In Saudi Arabia In 17 Days And The Track Is Nowhere Near Finished

In 17 days, Formula 1 cars are scheduled to hit the track for the inaugural Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. So, with just a few weeks until the racing action kicks off at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit, you might think construction of the track, paddocks and grand stands should be finished by now. But it doesn’t […]

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The Stars Might Be Aligning For Porsche’s Return To F1

Another week, another rumbling of the imminent return of Porsche to Formula 1. But this time, it looks like the stars might be aligning for Porsche’s return to the paddock. Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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New Show and Tell Sessions Promise Transparency, But Of Course This Is F1

Formula 1 is on the cusp of a major rule change. In 2022, a new car following vastly different aerodynamic principles will burst onto the race track. The new car brings with it budgetary restrictions and new regulations around fielding young drivers through the season.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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NASCAR Needs To Follow F1 And Open Its Garages To Camera Crews

In 2019, Formula 1 launched its documentary series Drive to Survive. The show offered a behind the scenes look at a complex sport that can be alienating for outsiders. Despite covering a season that had long since wrapped up, the show proved a hit and has since spawned two additional seasons on Netflix. Read more… […]

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F1’s Record 23-Race Calendar Packs In Miami And Montreal But Drops China

We knew it was coming, as Formula 1 has been teasing a record-breaking 23-race calendar for a while. But now that it’s here, the 2022 F1 calendar looks tough. Read more…

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Formula One Adds Qatar To The Schedule For The Next Twelve Years

With the cancellation of the Australian Grand Prix for the second year in a row, Formula One had a blank space in its 2021 schedule. There has been a TBD on the calendar for several months, and it was starting to get a little bit weird. On Thursday F1 announced that it would be filling […]

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The Monaco Grand Prix Weekend Will Be 3 Days Instead Of 4 In 2022

Formula One’s Monaco Grand Prix is one of the series’ more traditional events, and nothing epitomizes that quite like the four-day Monaco weekend. Rather than the standard Friday-Saturday-Sunday calendar, Monaco has opted for Thursday-Saturday-Sunday. But in 2022, that will be changing, and Monaco’s weekend will look…Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Miami Grand Prix Is Definitely Happening I Guess

The U.S. market is getting a second Formula One Grand Prix next year with the addition of a new street-ish circuit on the grounds of the Miami Dolphins stadium. With Circuit Of The Americas currently still on the 2022 schedule, it looks like F1 fans in America will have an extra reason to get excited […]

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Formula One Says Fridays Are For The Rookies

Formula One teams have pretty much always been allowed to run anyone they wish to during free practice sessions. Obviously there are some limits to that, they need to hold a Super License, for instance. Theo Pourchaire (above) sat in on a private test with Alfa Romeo earlier this season, but teams rarely use their…Read […]

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Formula One Will Keep Losing Its Best Talent To IndyCar

This weekend, Formula One hopeful Callum Ilott will be making his IndyCar debut at Portland with Juncos Hollinger Racing. Earlier this week, it was announced Ilott would be competing in all of the final three races of the IndyCar season and that he would consider a full-time IndyCar ride for 2022. Ilott, currently a…Read more… […]

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Formula One Will Keep Losing Its Best Talent To IndyCar

This weekend, Formula One hopeful Callum Ilott will be making his IndyCar debut at Portland with Juncos Hollinger Racing. Earlier this week, it was announced Ilott would be competing in all of the final three races of the IndyCar season and that he would consider a full-time IndyCar ride for 2022. Ilott, currently a…Read more… […]

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Why The 1970s Were Such A Pivotal Era For Safety In Formula One

When we look back on the history of Formula One, it’s quite obvious that the 1970s stand out as pivotal in countless ways: technology, race organization, driver preparedness, and more. But today, I want to focus on one of the big ones. Safety.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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If Formula 1 Regrets The Belgium Grand Prix Farce, I Know A Way To Prove It

Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix was a pretty miserable one for everyone except Williams employees. The event will go down as the shortest in Formula 1 history, due to a deluge of rain that intensified after qualifying and made safe racing impossible. The spray from leading cars was so severe, drivers would’ve been running…Read more… Continue […]

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F1’s First Miami Grand Prix Planned For May 2022

Formula 1 has been obsessed with racing in Miami for what’s felt like an eternity. After all the preliminary agreements, pushback from the community, relocation and even a lawsuit, the show somehow seems destined to go on. F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali confirmed the inaugural race is provisionally penciled-in for the…Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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The Drivers In The New Grid Game Absolutely Hate Each Other

Narratives and racing games historically haven’t mixed too well, though that’s slowly changing. You can thank Netflix for that. F1 2021's Braking Point story mode pulls more than a few plot beats from Drive To Survive, but it’s still ultimately a squeaky-clean Formula 1 tale. The team at Codemasters’ Southam studio…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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