F1 2020: Racing Point fined, lose points after Renault protest upheld

Formula One team Racing Point will be docked 15 championship points after a complaint from rivals Renault that it had copied elements from Mercedes’ world championship-winning 2019 car was upheld, the FIA said Friday. Racing Point will lose 7.5 points for each of its two cars participating in the 2020 season. It means that ahead
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Updated NASCAR schedule 2020: Everything to know about Cup, Xfinity and Truck series playoff races

Despite the challenges presented by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, NASCAR is on track to finish its 2020 season. NASCAR revealed the final stretch of this year’s adjusted schedule on Aug. 7, and while the Cup Series will keep its 10-race playoff in place, the Xfinity and Truck Series schedules have seen a few changes. The
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Lewis Hamilton urges parents to lead anti-racism fight as F1 star admits ‘I’m not perfect’

Lewis Hamilton wants parents and the “older generation” to take the initiative in the fight against racism and discrimination. The six-time F1 champion has been outspoken throughout his career on the prejudice he’s faced since he was a youngster. Hamilton is now leading F1’s push for equality and, more broadly, has thrown his weight behind
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Max Verstappen’s verdict on whether Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes dominance is bad for F1

Max Verstappen has no complaints as Lewis Hamilton looks set to race away towards another World Drivers’ Championship. The Red Bull driver and his team have been unable to deliver on the pre-season expectations which saw them tipped to challenge for the title. Valtteri Bottas now appears poised to be the only real threat to
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Valtteri Bottas signs new Mercedes contract as attention turns to Lewis Hamilton deal

Valtteri Bottas has agreed a new contract with Mercedes – freeing up team principal Toto Wolff to focus on sealing fresh terms for talisman Lewis Hamilton. The Finn, who joined the F1 champions from Williams three years ago, has committed his future to Mercedes for the 2021 campaign. We’ll be bringing you the very latest
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Supercars not ruling out blockbuster early 2020 finish at the Bathurst 1000 at Mount Panorama

Supercars has not ruled out a blockbuster early finale to its championship at the Bathurst 1000 as the series wrangles with more fallout from border issues around the country. In what would be the ultimate climax to a COVID-ravaged season, Supercars chief executive Sean Seamer said all options are “on the table” – including finishing
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Paul Di Resta is standby driver for McLaren at 70th Anniversary GP

Sky F1’s Paul Di Resta will be McLaren’s standby driver for this weekend’s 70th Anniversary GP.   The Scot, who has started 59 grands prix and last raced with Williams as stand-in for Felipe Massa at the 2017 Hungarian GP, would be called upon to fill in were Carlos Sainz or Lando Norris sidelined for
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MotoGP: Marc Marquez out of Czech Grand Prix after surgery on broken arm

MotoGP champion Marc Marquez will miss Sunday’s Czech Grand Prix after having a second operation on a broken arm, his Repsol Honda Team confirmed on Tuesday. Test rider Stefan Bradl will replace the Spaniard for the race. Marquez had fresh surgery on Monday to replace a damaged titanium plate inserted after he broke his right
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Formula E: Neel Jani urges motorsport to continue fight against racism ahead of Berlin return

Tag Heuer Porsche Formula E driver Neel Jani has urged the motorsport community to continue the fight against discrimination and racism ahead of the return of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship. The all-electric racing series will return on Wednesday in Berlin for the most intense season finale in the history of motorsport with six
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Lewis Hamilton still hit over 140mph with punctured tyre at British GP

Mercedes have revealed the astonishing speed Lewis Hamilton maintained while grappling with a punctured tyre on the dramatic final lap of his British GP victory. The world champions said Hamilton still clocked a mighty 230 km/h – 143mph – down Silverstone’s long Hangar Straight despite the left-front tyre being almost destroyed. Mercedes posted on Twitter:
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