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Verstappen wows with Silverstone win.

Verstappen victorious at 70th Anniversary race.
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Verstappen victorious at 70th Anniversary race.

Red Bull Racing’s Max Verstappen has broken Mercedes dominance in 2020, the Dutchman winning the F1’s 70th Anniversary Grand Prix at Silverstone after the Silver Arrows’ wilted with blistered tyres in the Silverstone heat.

Is McLaren's Lando Norris 2020's standout talent?

Is McLaren's Lando Norris 2020's standout talent?
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Is McLaren's Lando Norris 2020's standout talent?

McLaren’s Lando Norris continues to stand out in just his second season of Formula One, with the 20-year-old storming to fifth in Sunday’s British Grand Prix: his home event, and third top-five result in four races.

Hamilton waiting for global economy upswing.

Hamilton waiting for global economy upswing.
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Hamilton explains why he's not yet ready to sign new deal after Mercedes confirm Bottas for 2021

Despite the fact that Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes have yet to agree a new deal beyond the end of 2020, Hamilton has confirmed his desire to remain with the Silver Arrows – but says that, with the current issues in the global economy, he was uncomfortable with the idea of negotiating a “big contract” at the moment.

Bottas remains with Mercedes in 2021.

Bottas remains with Mercedes in 2021.
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Valtteri Bottas signs new deal to drive for Mercedes in 2021

There’ll be a familiar face at Mercedes next year, with the reigning world champions announcing they have opted to retain Valtteri Bottas for 2021, extending their relationship into a fifth season.

Is F2 driver Robert Shwartzman F1's next rookie?

Is F2 driver Robert Shwartzman F1's next rookie?
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Is F2 driver Robert Shwartzman F1's next rookie?

Feeder series Formula Two is a brutally competitive championship, where the best young drivers go wheel-to-wheel in identical cars, for a shot on the following season’s Grand Prix grid.

Di Resta prepared as reserve for McLaren.

Di Resta prepared as reserve for McLaren.
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Ex-Force India driver Di Resta on standby as McLaren reserve for 70th Anniversary GP

Former Force India driver turned pundit Paul Di Resta is ready to dust off his racing boots if required at this weekend’s 70th Anniversary Grand Prix, after McLaren put him on standby should they require a reserve driver.

August 04, 2020: Latest news from The Inside Line

August 04, 2020: Latest news from The Inside Line
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August 04, 2020: Latest news from The Inside Line

Our latest Formula 1 2020 news updates as part of our rolling coverage.

Ayrton Senna's ambition: never in question.

Ayrton Senna's ambition: never in question.

Imola to have just one practice session.

Imola to have just one practice session.
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Drivers to face unique challenge at Imola as organisers confirm race will have only one practice session

The Formula 1 drivers will face a unique challenge for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix being held at Imola on November 1st, when they will have only one practice session to dial in their cars ahead of qualifying.

Hamilton's three-wheeled seventh Silverstone win.

Race Analysis: British Grand Prix
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Race Analysis: British Grand Prix

Silverstone was eerily quiet last weekend for the 71st running of the British Grand Prix - with the event held behind closed doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the crowds told to stay away and watch on TV.

Will Fernando Alonso take Renault back to the top?

F1's brave new era promises to be its most competitive yet.