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Fernando Alonso has undergone a “successful corrective operation” for a fractured jaw following a cycling accident in Switzerland, according to his Alpine team – with the Spaniard expected to be declared fit for pre-season testing in March.
Following the accident while training in Switzerland, Alonso was immediately taken to hospital, with x-rays revealing a fracture to his jaw that required surgery.

February 12, 2021
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X44, formed by Seven-Time Formula One World Champion Lewis Hamilton, will make its racing debut in Extreme E. Named with reference to Lewis’ own racing number, X44 will provide opportunities to the next generation of drivers, engineers and technicians
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January 27, 2021
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Alpine F1 Team Statement:
Alpine F1 Team can confirm that Fernando Alonso has been involved in a road accident while cycling in Switzerland.
Fernando is conscious and well in himself and is awaiting further medical examinations tomorrow morning.
Alpine F1 Tema will not make any further statements at this point in time.
Further updates will be given tomorrow.

February 11, 2021
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Sergio Perez to replace Alex Albon at Red Bull for 2021 F1 season!
Red Bull has confirmed that Sergio Perez will partner Max Verstappen for the 2021 F1 season, replacing Alex Albon.
motor-bytes.com/ChecoRedBull

December 18, 2020
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Eliminated in Q1: Raikkonen, Magnussen, Russell, Fittipaldi, Latifi
Eliminated in Q2: Ocon, Ricciardo, Vettel, Giovinazzi, Perez
What a lap. The Dutchman sounds absolutely over the moon on the radio, and that one matters. He backed off through the first sector, left life in his tires and smashed the end of the lap to grab pole from Bottas by just 0.025s.

Qualifying results:
Verstappen
Bottas
Hamilton
Norris
Albon
Sainz
Kvyat
Stroll
Leclerc
Gasly

December 12, 2020
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The final race weekend of the season comes from the Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi
Qualifying takes place at dusk, with sunset midway through the session
Max Verstappen topped FP3 from his team mate as Mercedes struggled
Renault look the pick of the midfield - but McLaren could spring a surprise here
Eliminated in Q1: Raikkonen, Magnussen, Russell, Fittipaldi, Latifi

December 12, 2020
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Verstappen fastest in first practice
By just 0.034 seconds, Max Verstappen leads the way in first practice in Abu Dhabi.
Valtteri Bottas is second, then comes Esteban Ocon, Alexander Albon, Lewis Hamilton, Lance Stroll, Sergio Perez, Daniil Kvyat, Pierre Gasly and Kimi Raikkonen.

December 11, 2020
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Sergio Perez is a race winner finally, and his drive to victory in the Sakhir Grand Prix could be no better advert for a driver currently out of a job at the end of the year.
The Mexican is performing at the top of his game right now and Red Bull, the only possible destination for him in 2021, cannot ignore this as they weigh up who should partner Max Verstappen next year.
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December 11, 2020
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Abu Dhabi Grand Prix: Verstappen tops first practice at end of session (not during screen-shot)

December 11, 2020
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Sergio Perez wins the Sakhir Grandprix!!
He’s done it!
Sergio Perez, who was hit by Charles Leclerc on the first lap that dropped him to 18th, wins the Sakhir Grand Prix!

December 06, 2020
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Standing at lap 24 of 87
Bottas now takes the fastest lap bonus point to trim the lead down to two seconds. George Russell leads.

December 06, 2020
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Leclerc and Verstappen are both out. Leclerc dives down the inside of Pérez, that takes Leclerc out.
Verstappen trying to avoid the incident runs wide and he then slides into the wall as well. Pérez still in the race but last. What a start!
George Russell has stretched the lead to 2.2 seconds. He has not scored a championship point in this his 37th race, he leads the way.

December 06, 2020
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Valtteri Bottas edged Mercedes new boy George Russell to pole position at the Sakhir Grand Prix.
The Finn was just 0.026 seconds quicker than Russell, driving for Mercedes for the first time as a stand-in for Lewis Hamilton, who has coronavirus.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen was just 0.03secs behind Russell in third place.
And there was a superb performance from Ferrari's Charles Leclerc, who took fourth, less than 0.3secs from pole, with team-mate Sebastian Vettel 13th.
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December 05, 2020
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Red Bull’s Max Verstappen set the pace in final practice at the Sakhir Grand Prix, with Lewis Hamilton’s stand-in George Russell only seventh.
Verstappen, who also topped final practice at the Bahrain Grand Prix last weekend on a different layout of the same track, was 0.206 seconds clear of Valtteri Bottas.
Russell, who was fastest in both practice sessions on Friday, was 0.394secs slower than his Mercedes team-mate.

December 05, 2020
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Lewis Hamilton wins the Bahrain Grand Prix.Max Verstappen finished second and Alex Albon takes third after Sergio Perez's late issue ended his race.
1) Hamilton
2) Verstappen
3) Albon
4) Norris
5) Sainz
6) Gasly
7) Ricciardo
8) Bottas
9) Ocon
10) Leclerc

November 29, 2020
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Lewis Hamilton took his 10th pole position of the season at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Hamilton, who clinched a seventh title in Turkey two weeks ago, was a comfortable 0.289 seconds clear of Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen, who looked a threat to Mercedes through practice, fell back to his customary third.
Red Bull's Alexander Albon recovered from a heavy crash on Friday to take fourth.
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November 28, 2020
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Final free practice - Top ten times from FP3. Max Verstappen sets the fastest time of the weekend at Bahrain Grand Prix final practice.
A 1:28.355 is enough to put him at the very top of the FP3 time-sheets.
1) Verstappen - 1:28.355
2) Hamilton - 1:28.618
3) Bottas - 1:28.721
4) Albon - 1:29.018
5) Sainz - 1:29.455
6) Gasly - 1:29.472
7) Norris - 1:29.567
8) Kvyat - 1:29.585
9) Stroll - 1:29.660
10) Perez - 1:29.672
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November 28, 2020
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Top 10
1) Lewis Hamilton
2) Sergio Perez
3) Sebastian Vettel
4) Charles Leclerc
5) Carlos Sainz
6) Max Verstappen
7) Alexander Albon
8) Lando Norris
9) Lance Stroll
10) Daniel Ricciardo

November 15, 2020
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Qualifying under way - Heavy rain causes delays.
Eliminated in Q1
16th Kevin Magnussen (Haas)
17th Daniil Kvyat (Alpha Tauri)
18th George Russell (Williams)
19th Romain Grosjean (Haas)
20th Nicholas Latifi (Williams)

November 14, 2020
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Max Verstappen fastest in both Friday practice sessions on ice-like Istanbul Park circuit; Charles Leclerc second in Practice Two, ahead of the Mercedes; Lewis Hamilton, who can clinch seventh title at Turkish GP, 0.8s off the pace in fourth

November 13, 2020