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50 days before the lights go out, signalling the start of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, the event's CEO, Martin Whitaker claims the race will be a "fantastic platform" for the country.
As a result of a bet with team boss, Zak Brown, Daniel Ricciardo will get to drive Dale Earnhardt's Chevrolet Monte Carlo at the Circuit of the Americas next week.
This guide will provide you with some helpful tips to jump-start your car effectively to get back on the road as soon as possible.
The FIA has confirmed the 2022 F1 calendar, with China absent for the third successive year, while Imola remains and Singapore returns.
An ongoing issue at the Circuit of the Americas, Michael Masi reveals that following the recent MotoGP event, work is to be carried out on the track's notorious bumps.
Though Lewis Hamilton could have made his tyres last until the end of the Turkish Grand Prix, Mercedes chief technical officer, James Allison insists that pitting the Briton was the right decision.
In its third meeting of 2021, the F1 Commission discussed a number of items including the 2022 calendar, which will be presented to the World Motor Sport Council on Friday.
Buoyed by the latest-spec hybrid system, yet looking ahead to 2022, Ferrari team boss, Mattia Binotto is to miss at least two of the remaining Grands Prix.
Aware that he is still a Williams driver, ahead of his move in 2022 Mercedes is to begin assimilating George Russell into the team.
Williams is going further than any other race team or motor racing series, by committing to becoming climate positive by 2030.
Two-time world champion, Mika Hakkinen says that Sergio Perez and Valtteri Bottas will be crucial as the 2021 title fight continues.
F1's managing director, Ross Brawn insists that the "knife-edge" 2021 season is proof that change was needed.
Massive changes have been made ever since the FIA's introduction of governing mandates regarding the safety of helmets and drivers' suits.
AlphaTauri boss, Franz Tost believes that team personnel who feel that a 23-race schedule is too much should quit the sport.
Medical car driver, Alan Van der Merwe has revealed that he will miss all the remaining races of the 2021 season after testing positive for COVID.


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