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Fans to be allowed to attend Bahrain pre-season test

Fans will be able to attend the second 2022 pre-season test session, scheduled to be held at Bahrain International Circuit between March 10 and 12. Organisers made the announcement on social media this week, with a tweet confirming that the sessions will be open for spectators. "Ticketing arrangements and details...
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Hill: We can’t have races where people laugh at us

Damon Hill spoke of what happened at the 2021 Abu Dhabi GP, and the FIA’s ongoing investigation of the matter, admitting that Formula 1 can’t have races where people laugh at it. The 1996 F1 World Champion, who lost the 1995 F1 Title to Michael Schumacher in controversial...
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McLaren set date to launch 2022 F1 car and race teams

McLaren joined Ferrari and Aston Martin today in announcing the date they plan to reveal their 2022 Formula 1 car, along with group’s teams in other racing categories. However the Woking-based outfit are planning for a bigger show as they plan to have a major launch event for all their racing activities in 2022 and the teams involved. The date McLaren have set for their event is Friday, February 11, 2022 at the McLaren Technology Center.

McLaren the latest team to confirm their 2022 car launch date

McLaren have joined Aston Martin and Ferrari in announcing a launch date for their 2022 F1 car. McLaren have announced that they will launch their 2022 car, the MCL36, on 11 February. The Woking-based team follow on from Aston Martin (February 10) and Ferrari (February 17) in confirming a launch...

Winters Weekly Overview | Soap around Hamilton continues, Volkswagen wants Formula 1

In the winter weeks it can sometimes be eerily quiet in terms of global Formula 1 news. There is no racing and you may return to your favorite Formula 1 website a little less often. But don’t worry: in this weekly overview we keep you up to date every Sunday about all the news that has passed in review the past week, so that you can start a new winter week with a refreshed memory. What happened in the F1 world this week? Check it here in the winter weekly overview of F1Maximum!

McLaren reveal F1 2022 launch date

The Woking outfit are the third team to reveal a launch date so far, with Aston Martin opting for February 10 and Ferrari naming February 17. The three dates announced so far suggest that the teams involved are planning to hold ‘filming days’ ahead of the start of official testing in Barcelona on February 23.

McLaren earmarks presentation date for 2022 MCL36

McLaren will pull the covers off its 2022 contender on February 11, putting the Woking-based outfit provisionally in second place for F1's presentation season. McLaren says its Mercedes-powered MCL36 will be revealed to the public at 19:00 GMT during a live show from the McLaren Technology Center conducted in partnership with Sky Sports F1.
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Johnny Herbert says Hamilton could be “very, very angry” if Masi stays

Former F1 driver Johnny Herbert says he would not want “the man who made the wrong decision, the wrong call, that then lost me a world championship,” keep his position. In a discussion on Sky Sports F1 Johnny Herbert said if F1’s race director Michael Masi keeps his position in 2022, it could lead to an uncomfortable situation between him and Lewis Hamilton.

Anthony Davidson: “Lewis was robbed of that race victory without question”

Mercedes simulator driver Anthony Davidson says the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix “was manipulated to finish under racing circumstances with only five cars allowed to overtake”. In a panel discussion on Sky Sports F1 regarding the controversial decisions that were made at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, which allowed Max Verstappen to become the 2021 champion, Mercedes simulator driver Anthony Davidson was very direct in his verdict on what actually happened.

Damon Hill: “You have to apply the rules equally to all competitors”

1996 F1 champion Damon Hill admits the results of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix were “in some sense manipulated”, which made them “unsatisfactory” and “unfair”. The debate over the controversial decisions that were made at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, which basically handed the world title to Max Verstappen, is still raging on.

Johnny Herbert: “The decision that was made was totally wrong”

Former F1 driver Johnny Herbert thinks the decisions Michael Masi made at the Abu Dhabi Gand Prix are “totally wrong” and says “when you’re there to make things fair, you don’t twist the rules”. Johnny Herbert has been one of the most vocal personalities...