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A selection of the latest Formula One news and blog posts.
Inside Line: Lady Luck denies Kobayashi but shows up for Alonso Kamui Kobayashi must wonder what it will take for him to win the 24-Hours of Le Mans after watching his team cede the lead of the race - thanks to a puncture - during the final hour of the 2019 edition of the legendary race, adding to the last lap heartache he suffered at the same race in 2016.
Alonso: The world championship feels right at this moment Double Formula 1 champion Fernando Alonso struck it lucky and won the Le Mans 24 Hours sportscar race for the second year in a row on Sunday with Toyota teammates Kazuki Nakajima and Sebastien Buemi.
Early issues hid that Renault car works "everywhere" Nico Hulkenberg believes Renault's 2019 Formula 1 car works 'pretty much everywhere' but that progress has been hidden by the team's 'troubled' start to the season.
Alonso, Nakajima and Buemi secure second Le Mans win for Toyota Alonso's car takes a record-breaking - but controversial - second victory at Le Mans in the final hour of the race, over Toyota's other hybrid prototype.
Nakajima, Alonso And Buemi Just Won The WEC Title And Le Mans It sucks for the No.7 car, but they'll have next season to try and get make it up before the LMP1 rules come to an end. Buemi and Nakajima will be back to defend their title, but Alonso won't be - he's off to race elsewhere as Brendon Hartley takes his place with Toyota.
Fernando Alonso wins Le Mans again and World Endurance title Fernando Alonso has become a world champion again - this time in sports cars - after a second successive victory in the Le Mans 24 Hours clinched the World Endurance Championship title.
Ferrari has an F1 power mode Mercedes doesn't have - Lewis Hamilton Ferrari's Formula 1 engine has a power mode that Mercedes cannot match at the moment, reckons championship leader Lewis Hamilton. Mercedes has won all seven grands prix so far this season and Hamilton has taken five of those victories, with the most recent coming in controversial circumstances last weekend in Canada.
Aberdeen schoolboy Aston wins chance to meet F1 idol at British GP An Aberdeen schoolboy will have the chance to meet his sporting heroes after winning a place on the grid at a leading motorsport event.
Pagenaud: An honor to be recognized at the Whitehouse Indy 500 winner Simon Pagenaud has been living in the United States long enough to know that in a time of revved-up partisanship, an invitation to the White House might come with some speed bumps.
Pastor Maldonado Crashed Out Of The 24 Hours Of Le Mans The No.31 DragonSpeed car's race was ended when Pastor Maldonado lost it in a big way at Tertre Rouge.
Formula 1 must learn from Montreal penalty furore, says Abiteboul Renault F1 boss Cyril Abiteboul says that the sport shouldn't just forget about the controversy surrounding Sebastian Vettel's penalty in the Canadian Grand Prix. A five second time penalty cost the Ferrari driver victory in last weekend's race and handed the win to his Mercedes rival Lewis Hamilton instead.
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Shifter kart run reiterated Formula 1's flaws to Romain Grosjean Romain Grosjean says time spent driving a 125cc gearbox kart reiterated how Formula 1 needs to change, because it left him "more tired" than racing in a grand prix. The Haas driver and Grand Prix Drivers Association director has been a key advocate of F1's rules changing so drivers can push more during races.
On This Day In F1 - Villeneuve Finished Second In His Home Race Amazingly, this was the only time in his career that Villeneuve finished on the podium in his home race - though it wasn't for the want of trying! Birthdays: Ron Flockhart started 13 grands prix between 1954 and 1960.
F1 needs stability to avoid "same old mistakes" - Wolff Mercedes boss Toto Wolff suggests that Formula 1 could be repeating the mistakes of the past in thinking that a big rules overhaul for 2021 will help close the field up.
Talented Glasgow students design and build Formula style race car from scratch Talented students at Glasgow University have constructed their own racing car from scratch to race against rivals across the UK. University of Glasgow Racing Society in the city's west end take part in Europe's most established engineering education competition, Formula Student.
Flashback: Birth of the Silver Arrows The International Eifel Race of 3 June 1934 marked both the first start and the first victory of the new Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrow with the designation W 25. It was a debut in sparkling silver, and it ended with shining gold!
'Hamilton was faster' in Canada, Vettel admits In the round up: Vettel says Hamilton faster in Montreal ● The teenager in his 3rd Le Mans ● Why F1 is not up for criticism from WEC.
Feature: F1's curious history of the first finisher not finishing first A race really should be simple. You get to the end before anyone else, you win. That's how it works. Right? Well, in Formula 1, only usually. Here things are never necessarily quite so simple. We had our latest demonstration in Canada last weekend.
The 87th running of Le Mans 24-Hour underway Princess Charlene of Monaco officially started the race by waving the French flag at the 87th running of the 24-Hours of Le Mans, as at 15h00 the field of 61 cars led by the leading Toyotas began the adventure. A record 61 cars started this year's race which also doubles up as the WEC Super Finale.
Drivers Will Soon Be Able To Use Practice Sessions To Earn Points For A Super Licence It's also great for the drivers - not only do they have another way to earn points, but teams are being incentivised to give them time behind the wheel of an F1 car which, with the restrictive testing conditions in modern F1, hasn't always been the case in recent times.
Formula 1 to award superlicence points to FP1 drivers Formula 1 hopefuls will be able to earn superlicence points through taking part in Friday free practice sessions at grands prix next season, the governing FIA announced on Friday. All drivers require a superlicence to debut in Formula 1 and need to acquire 40 points through racing in other series across three seasons.
A name for the future: Callan O'Keeffe The world is a small place. A few months ago Matt Bishop mentioned on Twitter that a young driver with passion and knowledge of Formula 1 - Callan O'Keeffe - was refreshing in this day and age where there is a tendency to ignore the magnificent heritage of our sport.
The FIA Is Launching A Sort Of Olympic Games For Motorsport The FIA has announced the inception of multi-format, four-day motorsport event with a format not dissimilar to that of the Olympic Games.
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