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Pierre Gasly Claims Maiden Victory in a Dramatic Italian Grand Prix

In 2020, it seems like anything can happen. The Italian Grand Prix was just the latest example as unpredictability has finally made its way over to Formula One. Heading into this race, it seemed like the same old, same old in F1 this season. Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes dominated both …

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Romain Grosjean, Kevin Magnussen Returning to Haas F1 for 2020

The American Formula 1 team will look relatively unchanged for the 2020 season. Despite a rocky 2019 season, the Haas F1 team will once again field entries for Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen, the team announced Thursday, Sept. 19. Haas team principal Guenther Steiner cited experience and continuity as the …

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Haas F1 Loses Title Sponsor Rich Energy

American Formula One team Haas F1 no longer has a relationship with their title sponsor Rich Energy. A British energy drink company, Rich Energy announced the news on Twitter Wednesday morning (July 10). https://twitter.com/rich_energy/status/1148994221686370304 Their tweet said the contract was terminated for poor performance. It also was critical of the …

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F1: Charles Leclerc Takes Second Pole in Austrian GP Qualifying

In what seems to be an upset but should not be, Charles Leclerc drove his Ferrari to pole position on Saturday (June 29) at the Red Bull Ring. This kind of result is exactly what Ferrari and their fans have been expecting all season as the cars have been fast …

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Fire on Fridays: The Return of the Road Course Specialist?

Ron Fellows. Boris Said. Dan Gurney. Scott Pruett. The list goes on and on. Max Papis. Jan Magnussen. Don’t forget Nelson Piquet Jr. or even Kenny Habul. But what happened the road course ringer? Once one of the most exciting group of racers on the NASCAR schedule has all but …

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Jan Magnussen on Corvette Racing, Son Kevin and a 3.5-Hour Bar Fight

At age 45, Jan Magnussen has had a substantial career in motorsports.  He made his way up through the ranks of open wheel feeder series all the way up to Formula 1, where he made 25 starts for a combination of McLaren and Stewart, scoring one point for a sixth-place …

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