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Las Vegas F1 return a step closer?

As COTA boss welcomes the prospect of Las Vegas joining the schedule, one cannot help but feel that much of what we saw and heard over the weekend was a sales pitch for Netflix' benefit.

Verstappen holds off Hamilton to score vital US win

Whether it was luck or judgement, Red Bull's aggressive tyre gamble pays off as Verstappen extends his championship lead at a track that traditionally favours the Mercedes. Report & Pictures.

Making an idiotic mountain out of a molehill?

Much is being made of Max Verstappen calling Lewis Hamilton a "stupid idiot" during FP2, which is exactly how F1 bosses want it.

Australian GP boss unsurprised by Sydney speculation

Following claims that Sydney is considering a bid to host the Australian Grand Prix, event boss, Andrew Westacott says he is "not surprised" by the move.

Pirelli concludes 18-inch tyre testing

Pirelli's test campaign for the new 18-inch F1 tyres concluded yesterday at Paul Ricard, with Daniil Kvyat at the wheel of the Alpine.

Points for first 10 Sprint finishers?

Admitting he can see the commercial need for the Sprint, Toto Wolff suggests revision of the points on offer is one of the tweaks that should be considered.

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Max Noble - 15/09/2021

Ahead of the sport's great re-set, Max 'McFly' Noble fires up the DeLorean and takes us back to where it all began... 1950, as he ponders whether the big changes of 2022 will be cause to party or merely the 'same old'.

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