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Behind The Headlines – France

The French Grand Prix saw Mercedes take there eighth back to back win of the season. F1 has become a bit boring say some, I can see where they are coming from, but I believe you cannot blame Lewis Hamilton or Mercedes for that. Paul Ricard we all knew ahead of

F1 Today – 25/06/2019

Hamilton pleas for a say in future of F1 Lewis Hamilton has pleaded with Formula One and the FIA to allow the drivers to help shape the future of the sport, saying he wants to have a major say in any changes in a bid to create a “legacy.” The biggest talking

French GP – Race Result

Po Name Nat Team Time Points 1 Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes 01:24:31.19 25 2 Valtteri Bottas FIN Mercedes +00:18.056 18 3 Charles Leclerc MON Ferrari +00:18.985 15 4 Max Verstappen DUT Red Bull - Honda +00:34.905 12 5 Sebastian Vettel GER Ferrari +00:02.769 10 6 Carlos Sainz Jr ESP McLaren – Renault +00:35.462 8 7 Kimi Raikkonen FIN Alfa Romeo Racing – Ferrari Lapped 6 8 Nico Hulkenberg GER Renault Lapped 4 9 Lando Norris GBR McLaren – Renault Lapped 2 10 Pierre Gasly FRA Red Bull Racing – Honda Lapped 1 11 Daniel Ricciardo * AUS Renault Lapped   12 Sergio Perez MEX Racing Point  –  Mercedes Lapped   13 Lance Stroll CAN Racing Point  –  Mercedes Lapped   14 Daniil Kvyat RUS Scuderia Toro Rosso-Honda Lapped   15 Alexander Albon THA Scuderia Toro Rosso-Honda Lapped   16 Antonio Giovinazzi ITA Alfa Romeo Racing – Ferrari Lapped   17 Kevin Magnussen DEN Haas –

French GP – Qualifying Result

Po Name Nat Team Q1 Q2 Q3 1 Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes 01:30.609 01:29.520 01:28.319 2 Valtteri Bottas FIN Mercedes 01:30.550 01:29.437 01:28.605 3 Charles Leclerc MON Ferrari 01:30.647 01:29.699 01:28.965 4 Max Verstappen DUT Red Bull - Honda 01:31.327 01:30.099 01:29.409 5 Lando Norris GBR McLaren – Renault 01:30.989 01:30.019 01:29.418 6 Carlos Sainz Jr ESP McLaren – Renault 01:31.073 01:30.319 01:29.522 7 Sebastian Vettel GER Ferrari 01:31.075 01:29.506 01:29.799 8 Daniel Ricciardo AUS Renault 01:30.954 01:30.369 01:29.918 9 Pierre Gasly FRA Red Bull Racing – Honda 01:31.152 01:30.421 01:30.184 10 Antonio Giovinazzi ITA Alfa Romeo Racing – Ferrari 01:31.180 01:30.408 01:33.420 11 Alexander Albon THA Scuderia Toro Rosso-Honda 01:31.455 01:30.461   12 Kimi Raikkonen FIN Alfa Romeo Racing – Ferrari 01:30.972 01:30.533   13 Nico Hulkenberg GER Renault 01:30.865 01:30.544   14 Sergio Perez MEX Racing Point  –  Mercedes 01:30.964 01:30.738   15 Kevin Magnussen DEN Haas – Ferrari 01:31.166 01:31.440   16 Daniil Kvyat RUS Scuderia Toro Rosso-Honda 01:31.564     17 Romain Grosjean FRA Haas – Ferrari 01:31.626     18 Lance Stroll CAN Racing

F1 Today – French Prixview – 20/06/2019

Canada review to be heard on Friday Ferrari’s request for a review into Sebastian Vettel’s race losing penalty will be heard Friday lunchtime at the French Grand Prix. The Stewards who made the decision in Montreal will reconvene in France to hear from Ferrari representatives, who are expected to present new

F1 Today – 18/06/2019

Ferrari formally requests Canada penalty review Ferrari has formally called for the steward's decision which cost Sebastian Vettel victory in the Canadian Grand Prix. Teams are allowed a 'right of review' if they present the stewards with 'significant and relevant' new evidence which was unavailable at the time of the ruling. The

Prixview – French Grand Prix

Round eight of the seasons sees Formula One return to the Mediterranean for the French Grand Prix. The Circuit Paul Ricard returned to the calendar after a twenty-eight-year hiatus and brought the worlds oldest Grand Prix back following a ten-year hiatus. Grand Prix is French for Grand Prize, the first Grand

F1 Today – 24/01/2019

Renault appoint new CEO Renault and Nissan have agreed to continue their alliance following the resignation of chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn. Michelin's Jean-Dominique Senard has been appointed as chairman, while Thierry Bolloré will become chief executive of Renault and Hiroto Saikawa of Nissan. Mr Ghosn was arrested by Japanese police in November

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