Month: September 2019

Controversial rider Romano Fenati will join Max Biaggi’s squad for his eighth season in Moto3 and his second since his ban from competing was lifted at the end of 2018. Fenati was ousted from the world championship last year when he grabbed the brake lever of Forward Racing’s Stefano Manzi in a controversial incident during
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Ferrari Formula 1 team boss Mattia Binotto insists that the Russian Grand Prix was running to plan before Sebastian Vettel’s MGU-K failure prompted the appearance of the virtual safety car. At the start, Ferrari’s tactic had been to allow Vettel to get a tow into the first corner from polesitter Charles Leclerc, while ensuring front-row
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FFF Racing Lamborghini’s Andrea Caldarelli and Marco Mapelli took an unlikely sweep of Blancpain GT Series titles by winning a tense Barcelona season finale, pipping SMP Racing by one point. Caldarelli and Mapelli – joined in the #563 Lamborghini Huracan GT3 by Albert Costa, with regular co-driver Dennis Lind out with illness – took their
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Ferrari believes its encouraging Russian Grand Prix practice pace has validated the performance of its latest Formula 1 aerodynamic package, and will not introduce any more major updates this season. The Italian team claimed a shock pole position and victory in Singapore last weekend having struggled at high-downforce tracks all season. After that result Ferrari
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The latest edition of The Autosport Podcast considers the extent to which Sebastian Vettel’s surprise Singapore Grand Prix victory marks the rebirth of the four-time Formula 1 world champion. Vettel’s win came after he jumped team-mate Charles Leclerc in the pitstop phase, a result of Ferrari underestimating the power of the undercut when stopping Vettel
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