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Lando Norris an ‘idiot’ who broke ‘rule number one’ in US Grand Prix practice

Lando Norris called himself “an idiot” after breaking on top of the kerbs at the Circuit of the Americas in second practice for this weekend’s US Grand Prix in Austin, Texas.The McLaren driver finished the session second fastest behind only Sergio Perez in the Red Bull and ahead of both Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton in the Mercedes, but was still left feeling frustrated with one aspect of his performance behind the wheel.“That was just me being an idiot, braking on the kerb which you just never do,” the 21-year-old told media after the end of the session. “Rule...
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Winners and losers from the F1 United States Grand Prix

Sunday's United States Grand Prix proved to be a nailbiter, with a tremendous strategy battle won by Red Bull and Max Verstappen. Who were the winners and losers from the race at the Circuit of the Americas?. Red Bull's Max Verstappen extended his lead in the Drivers' Championship in the...
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Solberg recalled for Hyundai WRC outing at Monza finale

The 20-year-old has confirmed he will once again drive a 2C Competition Hyundai i20 WRC coupe for what will be his fourth championship outing in a WRC machine. Solberg made his WRC debut at Arctic Rally Finland in February where he tuned heads by finishing seventh overall. The Swede was...
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Ricciardo’s United States GP arguably better than Monza

McLaren principal Andreas Seidl believes Daniel Ricciardo perhaps bettered his Monza display at the United States Grand Prix. Ricciardo led a shock one-two finish across the line for McLaren at Monza, with Ricciardo taking the lead of the Italian Grand Prix from Max Verstappen at the start and fending the Dutchman off from there.
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FREC secures Monaco F1 support slot again for 2022

The 2022 Formula Regional European Championship calendar will have less Formula 1 support slots than this year’s, but will retain its spot at the Monaco Grand Prix. The ACI Sport-run series will begin its season with two rounds on home soil in Italy, with Monza (April 22-24) followed by Imola (May 6-8).
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Debate | F1 2021 will be one of the best seasons of all time

Nobody can deny that the current Formula 1 season is exciting. With five races to go the gap between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton is still very small, namely 12 points. All season long it has been exciting between the title rivals. We already saw several incidents between Verstappen and...
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Joke Sainz: position returned to the wrong McLaren | FormulaPassion.it

At the start of the United States Grand Prix in Austin, all eyes were on the front row, occupied by the two world title contenders, Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton. The pair of rivals, however, had no problems in the first corners, avoiding any kind of replication of the accidents that occurred at Silverstone and Monza. The fireworks instead broke out among the four standard bearers of McLaren and Ferrari, immediately behind the two leaders, as evidence of how much the challenge between the two historic teams for the third position in the constructors’ championship is felt, even by the drivers. However, if Charles Leclerc, from the first corners, managed to gain a certain advantage over direct rivals, Sainz, Norris and Ricciardo found themselves involved in a spectacular three-way challenge.
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Solberg handed another World Rally Car chance for Monza

Oliver Solberg will make his fourth World Rally Championship start in a Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC on next month’s Monza Rally, competing for 2C Competition. Solberg stunned on his top-line debut back in February with seventh on Arctic Rally Finland but had a nightmare Safari Rally Kenya, damaging his suspension on the first day.
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F1 Driver Pierre Gasly Channels Ayrton Senna With Classic Acura NSX Hot Lap – Minus The Loafers

Scuderia Alpha Tauri driver Pierre Gasly took to the Circuit Of The Americas behind the wheel of a first-generation Acura NSX. The Austin circuit is home to North America’s sole Formula One round this year (in 2022 it will be joined by Miami), and RBR’s sister team isn’t the one who’s making the most of it, with McLaren’s Daniel Ricciardo getting his chance behind the wheel of Dale Earnhardt Sr’s 1984 Chevrolet Monte Carlo NASCAR stock car.
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McLaren boss Brown reveals his new tattoo!

Zak Brown has revealed his new tattoo, etched into his skin to commemorate Daniel Ricciardo's Monza victory. Zak Brown has revealed the tattoo that he got ahead of the United States Grand Prix. As suspected, the McLaren CEO had an outline of the Monza circuit etched into his upper left...
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Ricciardo 'would have cried' in reaction to Earnhardt Jr's comments

Daniel Ricciardo says he would have gone all emotional and "cried a little bit" had he heard first hand Dale Earnhardt Jr's reaction to his demo run onboard his legendary father's car at COTA. As a token of Zak Brown's appreciation for Ricciardo bringing McLaren back into the winner's circle...
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Wolff F1 challenge triggered Zak Brown's tattoo

The wager came as the result of an Industry Leaders' Challenge begun by the Grand Prix Trust, a charity that helps support anyone who has worked in F1 and who has fallen on hard times. Wolff nominated Brown to do something he was scared of, and that prompted the idea...
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