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Monaco F2: De Vries tops group qualifying from Ilott

As is usually the case in Monaco, the field was split into two groups of 10 determined by whether each car has an odd or even number. Each group gets 15 minutes on track.Dutchman de Vries ran in the second group and was supreme, taking a lap fast enough for pole on the first runs, beating Ilotts benchmark from the first group.De Vries then went a further four tenths quicker than his own ...Keep reading...

The engineering students helping to create a 2019 Formula 1 car

Last year, engineering student Jiachun “Max” Zhu impressed judges to win the Chinese regional final of the INFINITI Engineering Academy – the global talent search for the brightest young minds in engineering run by the premium automotive manufacturer INFINITI.Zhu won a six-month work placement at Renault F1 Teams technical centre in Enstone and another six months at INFINITIs Technical ...Keep reading...

Wolff feels "like a zombie" after Lauda's death

Tributes to Lauda have poured in since the news that he passed away on Monday night, and Mercedes is running special branding at the Monaco Grand Prix to commemorate the Austrian.Wolff, speaking ahead of first practice, said he still found it so difficult to talk about.My emotions are so overwhelming as a friend, said Wolff. The last 48 hours were terrible, I feel like a zombie. I ...Keep reading...

Monaco GP: Hamilton beats Verstappen by 0.059s in FP1

Hamilton and teammate Valtteri Bottas spent much of FP1 maintaining a familiar Mercedes 1-2, before Verstappen slotted in between the pair in his Red Bull RB15 in the latter half of the session.Times were tumbling down quickly in the opening half-hour as drivers got acclimatised to the street circuit, but Mercedes cars swiftly assumed the lead to sit first and second after the opening ...Keep reading...

Haas duo in bizarre black-flag incident in Monaco practice

Less than 20 minutes into the start of FP1, the FIA showed black flags to both Haas drivers – which meant they had to return immediately to the pits.Although there was no official explanation from the governing body about why the drivers had been summoned to the garage, it later emerged that the move came after the team lost contact with the duo.With Haas having no way of telling its ...Keep reading...

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