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Celis Jr. defends Formula V8 3.5 status

Force India test driver Alfonso Celis Jr. has defended the status of the World Series Formula V8 3.5 championship, and feels the…

GPUpdate readers against halo introduction

GPUpdate.net readers have overwhelmingly rejected the FIA's decision to introduce the halo head protection device in Formula 1…

Halfway: The podiums of F1 2017 so far

At the halfway stage of the 2017 campaign, Sebastian Vettel and Valtteri Bottas have taken the most podiums, seven, with Lewis…

Williams in no rush over 2018 driver decision

Williams says it is in no hurry to finalise its 2018 driver line-up, commenting that it does not want to be "distracted" by…

Pierre Gasly's GPU column: A busy period

It has been an eventful phase for GPUpdate.net columnist Pierre Gasly, splitting duties as Red Bull's F1 reserve driver with…

Video: Chris Hemsworth drives Formula E car

Hollywood actor Chris Hemsworth, who played James Hunt in 'Rush', samples the Formula E car in New York.

Cowell: Honda should not be underestimated

Mercedes engine boss Andy Cowell believes McLaren and Honda's ability should not be underestimated, and expects the partnership…

Renault says double top 10 finish 'critical'

Jolyon Palmer will receive Renault's new floor, run by Nico Hülkenberg in Britain, at next weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix, with…

FIA: Halo is 'best solution' for F1 in 2018

Formula 1's governing body, the FIA, has defended its decision to introduce the head protection device, dubbed the halo, in the…

Brown: Norris 'a future World Champion'

McLaren Executive Director Zak Brown has hailed the team's rising star, Lando Norris, and feels the young Briton has the ability…

GPUpdate's MotoGP mid-season review

Just 10 points covers the leading four riders from three teams at the halfway mark of a predictably unpredictable campaign.…

Video: Renault's 2017 Formula 1 teapot

Renault continues its celebrations marking the 40th anniversary of its Formula 1 debut... with a yellow teapot.

Grosjean & Magnussen to stay at Haas next season

Gene Haas, owner of the F1 team named after him, says they will retain drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen for the 2018 season.

Pirelli analysis ongoing over Räikkönen tyre

Pirelli has confirmed that a slow puncture caused Sebastian Vettel's failure during last weekend's British Grand Prix, but that…

F1 recruits Nielsen as Sporting Director

Formula 1 has appointed Steve Nielsen as Sporting Director, working within the Motorsport Division, with the Briton to take up…

Video: Kvyat and Sainz Jr. make Passatelli

Toro Rosso drivers Daniil Kvyat and Carlos Sainz Jr. try their best at cooking Passatelli – pasta formed of bread crumbs, eggs…

Haas says it will retain drivers for 2018

Haas will retain its current driver line-up of Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen in Formula 1 next season, according to team…

Magnussen says seventh still Haas' aim

Haas driver Kevin Magnussen insists seventh place in the standings remains the squad's target for this year, and feels a higher…

Feature: STR reaches nadir after clash

Toro Rosso has scored just four points in four races, its prospects in Britain severely dented by a first-lap collision between…

Video: New York ePrix passing action

Watch all of the overtakes caught on camera during Formula E's inaugural visit to the streets of New York.

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