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Jean Alesi: My F1 debut at the French Grand Prix

Jean Alesi was 25-years-old when he lined up on the grid for the French Grand Prix at Le Castellet as a Tyrrell driver, now three decades later he revealed he has a crystal clear memory of that day on...

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Formula 1 greats dominate French Grand Prix records

Formula 1 greats Juan Manuel Fangio, Jim Clark and Alain Prost and Michael Schumacher are among those who ‘own’ the French Grand Prix record books, the historic race makes a welcome return...

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How An Admin Error Almost Ruined This French F1 Team's Best Season

A petty administrative error almost cost the Larrousse Formula 1 team some serious prize money in 1990

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French achievements at the French Grand Prix

After a decade of absence, the French Grand Prix is back on the calendar – Round 8 of the 2016 Formula 1 World Championship – marking the return of a country with a storied past in the history...

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Raikkonen: French GP won’t ‘change the world’ | RaceFans Round-up

In the round-up: Raikkonen doesn't expect world to change at French GP - where does Ricciardo live in the new Honda/Red Bull shack-up - Aitken's tart addiction

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Wolff: We understand why we didn’t do better

Mercedes faltered in Canada last time out, the reigning world champions failed to find the sweet spot in Montreal and watched Sebastian Vettel take the win and go top of the points table, according to...

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Alonso: Indy comes into play with a high priority

Winning the Le Mans 24 Hours on his first attempt will impact on the decision Fernando Alonso makes regarding his career at the end of this summer, the question is: will the Spaniard be prepared to endure...

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Horner: This is the right move for the future

Christian Horner has explained why his team has opted to ditch Renault engines and switch to Honda for 2018 in what is a game-changing milestone in Formula 1’s balance of power stakes. Speaking in...

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Insight: The trackside laboratory crucial to Ferrari’s F1 success

Insight: The trackside laboratory crucial to Ferrari’s F1 success

Inside Shell’s trackside laboratory at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal, you’d never think that Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari Formula 1 car is sat just a few feet away on the other side of the wall. In...

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Renault: We will make Red Bull regret this decision

In the aftermath of the official announcement confirming Red Bull and Renault splitting as partners at the end of this season, the French manufacturer’s Formula 1 chief Cyril Abiteboul is vowing...

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Honda's tortured path to its Red Bull chance

Honda's tortured path to its Red Bull chance

Red Bull's decision to switch to Honda engines in Formula 1 next season is just reward for the Japanese manufacturer's perseverance on a sometimes tortured path.Honda returned to grand prix racing in 2015...

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F1: Renault aims to make Red Bull rue its decision

Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul hopes that ultimately Red Bull will regret its decision to switch to Honda.

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Honda's tortured path to its F1 chance with Red Bull in 2019

Red Bull's decision to switch to Honda engines in Formula 1 next season is just reward for the Japanese manufacturer's perseverance on a sometimes tortured path

Read 17 hours ago, Autosport, Red Bull Racing

The Honda-Powered F1 Team Everyone Forgets About

With Red Bull becoming the latest F1 team to be powered by Honda engines, we look back at a tiny outfit that laid the platform for the Japanese manufacturer's success in the 1980s

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French Grand Prix: Raise a glass of pastis to the man who built a race track

Raise a glass of pastis to the man who built himself a race track. The French Grand Prix says "bonjour" once again to Paul Ricard.

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Honda decision was "pretty clear cut," says Horner

Honda decision was "pretty clear cut," says Horner

Red Bull had insisted that it would wait for a second outing for Toro Rosso with the updated Honda engine in France, but the team ultimately chose to follow a deadline set by Renault and made a call before...

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Red Bull's 2019 Honda engine decision 'clear cut' - Christian Horner

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says that the decision to switch from Renault to Honda power for the 2019 Formula 1 season was a "pretty clear cut" technical choice.

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F1: Teams differ over Austria tyre choice

Teams show a wide variety of opinion in terms of how soft to go in Austria.

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Inside Line: F1’s War of the Roses is finally over

The divorce that nearly took place a couple of years ago will finally happen as Red Bull announced Au Revoir to Renault and Konnichiwa to Honda and with it heralding a massive shake-up on the Formula 1...

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Ultrasofts dominate Austrian GP tyre choices

Ultrasofts dominate Austrian GP tyre choices

Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen will take nine sets of the softest-compound Pirellis to the Red Bull Ring, one more than the Mercedes and Red Bull drivers.Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas has the most supersofts...

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