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Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2016: 5 Bold Predictions for Yas Marina Race

Published: November 22, 2016

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The final round of the 2016 Formula One season will take place at this weekend’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at the Yas Marina Circuit, where Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton will fight for the world championship. Having held a 33-point lead over his team-mate following October’s Japanese GP, Rosberg’s advantage has been cut to just 12 points after Hamilton’s three consecutive victories in the United States, Mexico and Brazil. Hamilton—who beat Rosberg to the title in 2014 and 2015—clearly has the momentum as he enters the title-deciding race at a track where he has... 

Formula 1’s Latest Rumours, Talk: Sauber’s Marcus Ericsson, Esteban Ocon, More

Published: November 21, 2016

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With his personal sponsors reportedly linked to Sauber‘s new owners, many regard Marcus Ericsson as one of the most brazen pay drivers to enter Formula One in recent years. But is it time to give the Swede, set to begin his fourth F1 season in 2017, the credit he deserves? Behind the wheel of a dreadful car in the most difficult of seasons for Sauber, Ericsson has generally outperformed highly rated team-mate Felipe Nasr. And although Nasr scored the team’s first points of 2016 in the recent Brazilian Grand Prix, Ericsson‘s performances across this season have clearly impressed... 

Formula 1 Must Address Financial Inequalities Before Expanding Race Calendar

Published: November 20, 2016

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Quick show of hands: Who wishes this Formula One season had an extra three or four races? What, you don’t want to see a few more near-guaranteed Mercedes victories? But that may be exactly where we are headed. Liberty, the U.S. media company that is purchasing the sport’s commercial rights, wants to expand the calendar from its current 21 races (itself a record number) to maximise its investment. “There is a general line of interest if you increase the number of races to a point,” Liberty chief executive Greg Maffei said recently, per Reuters’ Harro Ten Wolde.... 

Pascal Wehrlein’s Long-Term F1 Prospects Look Uncertain After Force India Snub

Published: November 19, 2016

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Despite Jolyon Palmer’s best efforts in the second half of the season, the contest for Formula One’s unofficial Rookie of the Year award is sure to be a one-horse race in 2016. After winning the DTM touring car championship last year, Pascal Wehrlein has almost seamlessly readjusted to single-seater racing this season, establishing himself as the sport’s standout newcomer. In a year far more experienced drivers and serial world champions have struggled to master the revised race-start procedure, his launches from the rear of the grid have already become a defining characteristic. His... 

F1’s Latest Rumours, Talk: Zak Brown to McLaren, James Allison to Mercedes, More

Published: November 17, 2016

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So would you rather help shape the future of Formula One or help one of its greatest institutions climb back to the summit of the sport? That appears to be the rather nice dilemma facing leading motorsport business figure Zak Brown, who seemed set to work with F1’s proposed new owners, Liberty Media, but has now received an appealing offer to replace Ron Dennis at McLaren. With Eric Boullier—his former colleague from the Lotus days—in a senior position at the team, James Allison looked likely to join McLaren-Honda at one stage. But the former Ferrari technical boss may be set... 

Reasons for Hope at McLaren After the Ouster of CEO Ron Dennis

Published: November 16, 2016

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McLaren‘s boardroom may be in turmoil, with the team announcing the ouster of Ron Dennis as chief executive, but their on-track results, while not near McLaren‘s historical levels, are starting to show promise. Glancing down the Formula One drivers’ standings, the most surprising thing isn’t Nico Rosberg leading Lewis Hamilton in the title race, nor is it Daniel Ricciardo ahead of pre-season championship hopeful Sebastian Vettel. No, the most surprising result with one race remaining in the 2016 season is McLaren‘s Fernando Alonso leading Williams‘ Felipe... 

5 of the Most Interesting Radio Messages from 2016 Brazilian Grand Prix

Published: November 15, 2016

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After months of speculation, one of the most intriguing driver moves of the 2016 Formula One season was confirmed at the Brazilian Grand Prix. Having spent a single season with Renault, Kevin Magnussen will partner Romain Grosjean at Haas in 2017 as he attempts to kickstart his stalling career. With Renault set to improve considerably under the upcoming regulation changes, walking away from Team Enstone is a huge risk. But Magnussen’s desire for more long-term security—or, put another way, his desperation to feel wanted—is behind his decision to join Haas. After all, Renault have... 

Formula 1’s Latest Rumours and Talk: Max Verstappen, Felipe Massa and More

Published: November 14, 2016

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Even before he made his Formula One debut in 2015, Max Verstappen was frequently compared to three-time world champion Ayrton Senna, widely regarded as the greatest driver who ever lived. The boy wonder has lived up to that billing over the last two seasons, pulling off a range of spectacular overtaking manoeuvres, taking on his more experienced rivals both on and off track and delivering almost logic-defying performances in wet conditions. And his recovery from 16th to third within a matter of laps in Sunday’s Brazilian Grand Prix has drawn comparisons with some of Senna’s career-defining... 

Max Verstappen Channels Ayrton Senna with Magical, Wet Brazilian GP Performance

Published: November 14, 2016

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Nico Rosberg might win the 2016 Formula One drivers’ championship, but even if he does dethrone Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton, the German will only be keeping the seat warm for the heir apparent: Max Verstappen. In Sunday’s rainy Brazilian Grand Prix, the 19-year-old Dutchman (Dutchchild?) demonstrated again and again why he had drawn comparisons to Ayrton Senna, one of the greatest drivers ever, before he had driven his first lap in an F1 car. With near-zero visibility at Sao Paulo’s Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace, Verstappen produced a drive for the ages,... 

Brazilian Grand Prix 2016: Winners and Losers from Interlagos Race

Published: November 14, 2016

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Lewis Hamilton claimed his ninth victory of the 2016 Formula One season in Sunday’s Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos. After setting pole position on Saturday, the British driver was dominant at the front of a chaotic race, with his third consecutive win cutting Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg’s championship lead to 12 points ahead of the final-race title decider. Joining Hamilton on the podium were Rosberg, who performed another damage-limitation exercise, and Max Verstappen, whose rapid recovery from 16th to third earned him the Driver of the Day award. With a look at a possible... 

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