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Formula One is the highest class of single-seater auto racing sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) and owned by the Formula One Group. The FIA Formula One World Championship has been one of the premier forms of racing around the world since its inaugural season in 1950. The word "formula" in the name refers to the set of rules to which all participants' cars must conform. A Formula One season consists of a series of races, known as Grands Prix, which take place worldwide on purpose-built circuits and on public roads.

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Polish minister applauds Kubica's return to F1 after 8 years

Poland's sports minister has applauded Robert Kubica's return to F1 racing after an 8-year break due to injuries.
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Bottas, version 2019, has breakthrough win at Australian GP

The 2019 version of Valtteri Bottas is leading a Formula One championship for the first time after winning the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
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Videos for Formula One

Valtteri Bottas Wins Opening F1 Race [Video]Valtteri Bottas Wins Opening F1 Race

Max Verstappen grab final place on the podium with brand new power unit Honda, Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel and new team-mate Charles Leclerc set fourth and fifth respectively, both are struggled..

Credit: Wochit News     Duration: 00:35Published

F1 race director Charlie Whiting dies aged 66 [Video]F1 race director Charlie Whiting dies aged 66

Charlie Whiting, Formula One's long-serving race director, has died on the eve of the 2019 season.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 00:38Published

Melbourne, drivers and fans get ready for new F1 season [Video]Melbourne, drivers and fans get ready for new F1 season

The 2019 Formula One teams meet the fans in Melbourne before Sunday's season start

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 01:12Published

Red Bull closing gap to Mercedes and Ferrari - Horner [Video]Red Bull closing gap to Mercedes and Ferrari - Horner

Aston Martin Red Bull boss Christian Horner says the team's new Honda engines are making them more competitive.

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 00:47Published

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Ferrari unveils the SF90, the 65th single-seater built by Ferrari to compete in the Formula One World Championship.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 00:40Published

 

Ferrari misses out on a podium place at F1 Australian GP

The Ferraris were touted as the fastest cars on the F1 circuit when Sebastian Vettel arrived with the intention of winning his third consecutive Australian Grand Prix title. They'll leave without a..
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Record lap gives Hamilton 6th straight pole at Australian GP

record lap gives hamilton 6th straight pole at australian gp
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Lewis Hamilton produced the fastest lap ever at the Australian Grand Prix to take pole position at the Formula One season opener for the sixth consecutive year. The..
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Polish Formula 1 driver Robert Kubica returns to the sport after a serious accident

polish formula 1 driver robert kubica returns to the sport after a serious accident
Polish Formula 1 driver Robert Kubica is returning to the sport after a serious accident in 2011 partially severed his arm.
BBC News - Published

World champion Hamilton fastest in 1st practice at Aussie GP

Five-time and defending world champion Lewis Hamilton has posted the fastest time in the season-opening Formula One practice session at the Australian Grand Prix
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Hamilton, Vettel and Button pay tribute to 'iconic' Whiting

hamilton, vettel and button pay tribute to 'iconic' whiting
Lewis Hamilton describes Charlie Whiting an "iconic figure" in Formula 1 following the race director's sudden death at the age of 66.
BBC News - Published

Whiting's death sets sombre tone for opening F1 GP weekend

whiting's death sets sombre tone for opening f1 gp weekend
MELBOURNE, Australia — The sudden death of race director Charlie Whiting set a sombre tone for the first weekend of the Formula One season, with the attention to the regular rivalries such as Lewis..
WorldNews - Published

Charlie Whiting: F1 race director dies aged 66 on eve of season-opener in Melbourne

charlie whiting: f1 race director dies aged 66 on eve of season-opener in melbourne
Charlie Whiting, the head of Formula 1 for governing body the FIA and one of the most influential people in the sport for decades, dies aged 66.
BBC News - Published

FIA says F1 director Charlie Whiting has died in Australia

The governing body for international auto racing says its Formula One director Charlie Whiting has died from a pulmonary embolism
USATODAY.com - Published

Charlie Whiting: Formula 1 race director dies aged 66

Charlie Whiting, the head of Formula 1 for governing body the FIA and one of the most influential people in the sport for decades, dies aged 66.
BBC News - Published

Verstappen can challenge for F1 title if Red Bull car allows

If Max Verstappen carries on where he left off then this season's Formula One title race could be a thrilling three-way tussle
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Valtteri Bottas: "I'm going to beat everyone this year"

Last season's Formula One campaign was so demoralizing for Valtteri Bottas that he got drunk to forget all about it. Yet the Finnish driver believes he can be a genuine challenger for the title this..
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