Category: F1

Formula One biggest winners and losers from 2017

  The 2017 Formula One season has been an exciting one, particularly if you’re Mercedes or Ferrari or Red Bull fan. For the rest, the drought continues, or will it turn around in 2018?

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Michael Schumacher’s Ferrari F2004 stars at Autosport exhibition

  The Ferrari F2004, one of the most dominant cars in Formula One history, is set to take pride of place on the main Ferrari feature at Europe’s biggest pre-season motorsport show, Autosport International.

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2017 Formula 1 Season by the Numbers

The season is over for the Formula 1 World Championships, here’s a look back on the relevant data of the 2017 season, courtesy of Pirelli; the official tyre partner of Formula 1. From a record-breaking season, Pirelli have collected some record-breaking numbers. Formula 1 introduced some radical new technical regulations in 2017, which resulted in the fastest cars ever seen in the current 1,6T era.

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A year to remember for the Mercedes-AMG F1 Team

  At the FIA Prize Giving Gala, Mercedes- AMG F1 Team and Lewis Hamilton receive their trophies for the Formula One World Championships Constructors and Drivers’ titles. The team is already planning their famous Christmas party to celebrate a remarkable year and their four consecutive F1 crowns. Also at the FIA Prize giving on Sunday, the Mercedes-AMG F1 W08 EQ Power+ won the title “Racing Car of the Year” by Autosport.

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Honda to join forces with Toro Rosso for the 2018 Formula 1 season

  After ending the F1 partnership with McLaren, Honda is preparing to start a new partnership with Scuderia Toro Rosso in the 2018 Formula World Championships. Honda has announced major changes to its Formula Project team and general structure.

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Alfa Romeo-Sauber unveil 2018 F1 car livery

  It’s official, in the 2018 Formula 1 Season, it’ll be known as the ALfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team. After 30 years away from F1, Alfa Romeo makes a big shout return following a multi-year contract between the FVA Group brand and Sauber F1 team.

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Alfa Romeo is back in Formula 1 as Sauber F1 Team’s TItle Sponsor

  Alfa Romeo has signed a multi-year technical and commercial contract or title sponsorship with Sauber F1 Team to mark its comeback to Formula 1 World Championships. Starting next season, Sauber F1 cars will prominently sport the distinctive colors and logo of Alfa Romeo, the team’s Title Sponsor, and will be equipped with 2018 Ferrari power units.

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Bottas and Mercedes claim uneventful F1 season finale win

  Mercedes drivers Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton came through with a perfect one-two in the seaosn finale of the Formula One World Championships in Abu Dhabi, on Sunday. For Bottas, it was his third career victory and first win at the Yas Marina Circuit. The one-two by Mercedes marks the 40th one-two for the Silver Arrows, all time.

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Renault F1 Team announces Le Cog Sportif as team supplier for 2018 season

  Ahead of the Formula 1 Abu DHabi Grand Prix, the final race of the year, Renault Formula 1 Team has announced Le Coq Sportif as an official team kit supplier. For the upcoming season, Le coq sportif will supply all the clothing worn by team members from next year. The partnership is signed on for the next three years. Le coq sportif will also featured on the livery of next season’s Formula 1 car, the R.S.18.

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Vettel firms up runners up spot with F1 Brazlian GP win

  In the penultimate round of the Formula 1 World Championships, Sebastien Vettel came through for the win at the Interlagos Circuit as he edged Valtteri Bottas in the rival Mercedes-AMG F1 outfit. This year’s Champion Lewis Hamilton eased to a fourth place finish, behind the second Ferrari of Kimi Raikkonen.

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