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The Women-Only W Series Will Be A Support Race For Two F1 Events This Year

The women-only W Series racing division, which ran its inaugural season last year with Williams Formula One development driver Jamie Chadwick taking the championship, will be back for a longer second season in 2020. Not only will the second season be longer, but it’ll also pair up with F1 for two race weekends.Read more… Continue […]

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Here’s How Lewis Hamilton Can Clinch The Formula One Driver Championship This Weekend

There are currently four races left in the Formula One race season, with the next up being the Mexican Grand Prix on Sunday. But that’s not the only thing on the calendar, since having four races left means it’s about time we start discussing clinch scenarios for perpetual drivers’ champion Lewis Hamilton.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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F1 Will Stream This Weekend’s Mexican Grand Prix Coverage For Free On Twitch, But Not In The U.S.

Formula One has been progressively getting with the times lately, including its own streaming service, and the apparent next step in that process is to put race coverage up on Twitch. F1 will do that for this weekend’s Mexican Grand Prix, streaming all of the coverage for free in six different countries.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Two F1 Fans Eating It On Live TV Was The Defining Crash Of The Mexican Grand Prix

When Lewis Hamilton clinched his fourth Formula One world drivers’ championship in Mexico, he did all the usual things: hold up the British flag, say thanks to his team over his in-car radio, and rip a few sweet donuts. Then as Lewis ran through the crowd, two fans in particular had a very bad time. […]

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Two F1 Fans Eating It On Live TV Was The Defining Crash Of The Mexican Grand Prix

When Lewis Hamilton clinched his fourth Formula One world drivers’ championship in Mexico, he did all the usual things: hold up the British flag, say thanks to his team over his in-car radio, and rip a few sweet donuts. Then as Lewis ran through the crowd, two fans in particular had a very bad time. […]

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Two F1 Fans Eating It On Live TV Was The Defining Crash Of The Mexican Grand Prix

When Lewis Hamilton clinched his fourth Formula One world drivers’ championship in Mexico, he did all the usual things: hold up the British flag, say thanks to his team over his in-car radio, and rip a few sweet donuts. Then as Lewis ran through the crowd, two fans in particular had a very bad time. […]

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Sebastian Vettel’s Loose Screw Caused His Race Suit To Get Soiled Right On The Butt

Ferrari Formula One driver Sebastian Vettel complained of a burning sensation down below during Free Practice 2 in Mexico only to discover that his car’s onboard fire extinguisher had gone off, WTF1 reports. The cause was a loose screw. Naturally, I’m writing this for the brilliant headline possibilities. Read more… Continue Reading at http://jalopnik.com

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F1 Installs Car-Breaking Curbs In Mexico To Keep Drivers From Cutting Corners

Hellaflush Subarus aren’t the only cars on earth who fear going over speedbumps. Formula One cars hate them, too, as they have a lot of intricate bits that just love to break off and high-tech lightweight chassis that weren’t designed for sweet jumps. Now Formula One is using speedbumps to discourage racers from…Read more… Continue […]

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