F1: FIA to address start lights issue for Bahrain

Following complaints from a number of drivers in Melbourne, the FIA is to seek a solution in time for next week's Bahrain Grand Prix.

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3 hours ago, Pitpass

Marko: They said I was a fool to sign with Honda but as often happens, I was right

Max Verstappen’s third place in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix was a major milestone for the Red Bull Honda partnership, it got them off to the best start possible bar winning the race and now has team bosses bullish ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix weekend.On Sunday in Melbourne, Honda...

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3 hours ago, Grand Prix 247

What Honda's top-speed supremacy in Australian GP really tells us

Honda's impressive performance in the Australian Grand Prix speed traps runs deeper that its table-topping effort in the Formula 1 season opener

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3 hours ago, Autosport

Racing Point says "gutsy" Stroll will earn credit he deserves

Racing Point says "gutsy" Stroll will earn credit he deserves

Stroll, who has had two mixed seasons with Williams in grand prix racing, joined Racing Point in the off-season following the team's takeover by a consortium led by his father, fashion mogul Lawrence Stroll.In his first race weekend for his new team in Australia, Stroll was a match for his established...

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3 hours ago, Motorsport.com

Verstappen Is Racing In The Fanatec Sebring 12 Hours This Weekend

Fresh from his podium in Australia, Max Verstappen will be keeping his skills sharp by competing in the Fanatec Sebring 12 Hours event on rFactor 2 on 23 March

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3 hours ago, WTF1

F1: Teams agree that F1 doesn't publicise its technical success enough

Following Chase Carey's claim that F1 doesn't publicise its technological achievements enough, team bosses say the sport's success in terms of engine efficiency should be made more clear to the wider world.

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4 hours ago, Pitpass

Ferrari changing F1 team name back to Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow | 2019 F1 season

Ferrari has requested another change to its official team name for the Bahrain Grand Prix, reinstating the Mission Winnow slogan it removed in Australia.

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5 hours ago, F1 Fanatic, Ferrari

The Stats Behind What The Winner Of The First Race Means For The Championship

Can you predict Valtteri Bottas's chances for the 2019 season based on who's won the opening round in the past?

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5 hours ago, WTF1

Mercedes boss Wolff: Saga over F1's 2021 rules now has 'momentum'

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff believes there is "momentum" behind Formula 1's attempts to finalise its 2021 rules package

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5 hours ago, Autosport, Mercedes

Sainz: Renault has engine it needed two years ago

Sainz: Renault has engine it needed two years ago

All bar one of Sainz's four seasons in F1 have been with Renault power, and he drove for the French manufacturer's own team at the end of 2017 and all of 2018.Renault's lack of progress, particularly in qualifying trim, was a key factor in the breakdown of its relationship with Red Bull and left McLaren...

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5 hours ago, Motorsport.com, Renault

Briatore: Ferrari apology book starts at the first race

Ferrari’s resounding defeat by Mercedes and Red Bull, for that matter, at the Australian Grand Prix, has come as no surprise to former championship winning team chief and one-time Formula 1 scoundrel Flavio Briatore, who remains never shy to share his views.The flamboyant Italian businessman did...

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6 hours ago, Grand Prix 247, Ferrari

Wolff: I’m really happy for Honda

While Mercedes might have arrived in Australia expecting Ferrari to be their challengers in chief from the start of the new season, but instead it was Red Bull who led the chase on a dominant afternoon for the World Champions.Making the most of Honda power for the first time, Max Verstappen finished...

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7 hours ago, Grand Prix 247

Video: What's gone wrong with the Williams FW42?

Video: What's gone wrong with the Williams FW42?

The warning signs were already in place for Williams; they arrived to testing late, their performances generated little enthusiasm, their chief technical officer is taking "a leave of absence" and they went into the opening race simply wanting to 'maximise their weekend'.Concerns about the lack of pace...

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7 hours ago, Motorsport.com, Williams

Why 2019 may be painful for racing's two latest gamblers

Why 2019 may be painful for racing's two latest gamblers

Imagine the following situation: You are a motorsport athlete, pushing 30 as you arrive at a career crossroads. You've made an impact, fought with the best of them, emerged as a genuine star, but you've not come anywhere near your dream maiden championship title just yet.Your current deal is expiring,...

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8 hours ago, Motorsport.com

What went wrong at Ferrari? Plus more Australian GP tech updates | F1 technology

Were Ferrari slow in Melbourne because they had their power units turned down? Craig Scarborough's technical review of the Australian Grand Prix.

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8 hours ago, F1 Fanatic, Ferrari

FIA is working on improving visibility of F1 start lights in Bahrain

The FIA is working to make Formula 1's starting lights more visible in Bahrain, as bigger wings on the 2019 cars made the lights difficult to view in Australia

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9 hours ago, Autosport

"Extremely peaky" F1 cars will spice up 2019 - Renault

"Extremely peaky" F1 cars will spice up 2019 - Renault

Abiteboul stressed that the best of the rest contest behind the established top three teams is so close that teams will have to get everything right in order to be on top."It was extremely tight, and it's going to be extremely tight all season," Abiteboul told Motorsport.com after the Australian GP....

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9 hours ago, Motorsport.com, Renault

F1: "I know where I have to improve," admits Kubica

Fully aware the Australian Grand Prix was always going to be something of a lost cause, Robert Kubica insists it wasn't all negative.

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10 hours ago, Pitpass

Pirelli finalising tyre testing plans for 2021 18-inch F1 wheels

Pirelli is advancing with plans to commence its tyre testing programme for Formula 1's 2021 18-inch wheels with modified mule cars before the end of the current season

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10 hours ago, Autosport

On This Day In F1 - Schumacher Scored His First Podium

A look back at what happened on 22 March in Formula 1 history

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10 hours ago, WTF1

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