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American Motorsport News for 23 Jun 2018

Sisters Brittany and Courtney Force topped their divisions Friday in rain-shortened qualifying at the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals. Matt Smith led Pro Stock Motorcycle qualifying, and rain... kept the Pro Stock cars off the track.
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Force sisters, Smith paceBoth Brittany and Courtney Force are the current No. 1 qualifiers in their respective nitro categories after one qualifying session due to (...)
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RACER video: Friday RoadRACER’s Robin Miller and Marshall Pruett check in from Road America on Friday where Josef Newgarden led both sessions and more (...)
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Drivers want changes to PaulDrivers want the Mistral chicane removed Drivers have voiced their desire to change the layout of the Paul Ricard circuit following the opening day's running at the venue. Making its return to the... Formula 1 calendar for the first time in 28 years,... More»
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Horner: I would be surprisedDaniel Ricciardo Red Bull boss Christian Horner says he would be surprised if Daniel Ricciardo left the team at the end of the season. Speculation surrounding the future of the Australia has taken a... further twist this week with with reports McLaren... More»
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Kurt Busch tops final CupKurt Busch was fastest in final Cup Series practice at Sonoma Raceway with a lap of 94.061mph. Busch and Denny Hamlin, who was second (...)
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Hartley Could Face GridBrendon Hartley could be in line for a grid penalty this weekend at the Circuit Paul Ricard after a power unit failure during second practice on Friday afternoon left him stranded at the side of the... track. The Red Bull Toro Rosso Honda was forced... More»
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Horner would be 'surprised' ifRed Bull team boss Christian Horner says he would be "surprised" if Daniel Ricciardo left Red Bull this season. He is out of contract at the end of the year and has held talks with McLaren and... Renault, while there are also seats available... More»
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F1 bosses hopeful of new Silverstone deal

Total F1 - 23 Jun 2018 11:50
F1 bosses hopeful of newLiberty Media is hopeful of reaching an agreement with Silverstone that would keep the British Grand Prix at the venue past 2018. The circuit owners exercised a break clause in their contract citing... unsustainable hosting fees. Speaking to Sky... More»
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Test layouts, traffic jams -class="left relative"> Share Tweet Share Share Email Paul Ricard is having a baptism of fire as the first French grand prix venue in a decade. A big crowd descended on the Slavica Ecclestone-owned... circuit on Friday, but many got stuck... More»
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Brendon Hartley set for backToro Rosso’s Brendon Hartley is set to start the French Grand Prix from the back of the grid after taking on a fresh power unit. Hartley suffered an engine problem during the closing stages of... Friday’s second practice session at Paul... More»
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Brendon Hartley is set to start from the back of the grid for the French Grand Prix after a new Honda engine was fitted to his Toro Rosso car. Hartley's FP2 session came to an abrupt end on Friday... when a power unit failure forced him into parking... More»
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Brendon Hartley is set to start from the back of the grid for the French Grand Prix after a new Honda engine was fitted to his Toro Rosso car. The post Hartley to start from back after Honda blow-out... appeared first on PlanetF1.
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Horner: Bold decision forAs Daniel Ricciardo ponders whether to remain at Red Bull or seek pastures new, there are numerous factors to consider. While a move to either Ferrari or Mercedes would almost certainly guarantee... wins, both teams currently have clear top dogs as... More»
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Brendon Hartley will take a grid penalty for the French Grand Prix after receiving a complete set of fresh Honda Formula 1 engine components
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Raikkonen: F1 hasn't changedKimi Raikkonen has been around the block in Formula One. Having debuted in 2001 and won a championship in between, the Finn now plays second fiddle at Ferrari. His experience however would be one of... the few drivers on the grid that could compare... More»
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Bottas hopeful water leakValtteri Bottas is confident his new-spec Mercedes engine will remain in the back of his W09 for the remainder of the weekend despite the unit suffering a water leak issue on Friday. The Finn sat out... the final 30 minutes of yesterday's second free... More»
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Join us to follow race 3 of the 2018 GP3 season from Paul Ricard on RaceFans Live
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Boullier in angry exchangeEric Boullier has struck back at suggestions he is not fit to continue in his role at McLaren due to the reported staff revolt, and during his preparations for the French Grand Prix he got involved in... a heated exchange to the journalist who broke... More»
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Ferrari's return to form in Formula 1 has come as the result of a change of attitude in how it develops its cars, something we can see when we look in detail at recent updates
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Fernando Alonso plays downclass="left relative"> Share Tweet Share Share Email Fernando Alonso has denied that ‘Freddo-gate' threatens to further destabilise McLaren. An odd scandal has broken out after former team boss... Martin Whitmarsh revealed that... More»
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Raikkonen: Rule changes have little impact

Total F1 - 23 Jun 2018 11:10
Raikkonen: Rule changes haveKimi Raikkonen has said the various rule changes to try and improve overtaking over the years have not made any real difference to racing. Formula 1 bosses have once again decided to tinker with the... regulations for next season, introducing... More»
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Raikkonen: Rule changes have little impact

Planet F1 - 23 Jun 2018 11:08
Kimi Raikkonen has said the various rule changes to try and improve overtaking over the years have not made any real difference to racing. The post Raikkonen: Rule changes have little impact appeared... first on PlanetF1.
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Lewis Hamilton urges F1 fansLewis Hamilton suggests more pitstops will help improve the quality of Formula 1 racing. He urges fans to vote for more pitstops to increase the excitement in the sport. Hamilton went on to claim this... weekends race will be a one-stop race. He... More»
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Formula 1 cars tackled Paul Ricard in anger for the first time in 28 years on Friday. But the traffic moved more slowly outside the track, and inside the paddock tempers ran high.
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