Formula 1

1:12 PM ET The famous 24-hour race at Le Mans has been postponed from June 13-14 to September 19-20 due to the coronavirus pandemic. The organiser of the race, the Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO), confirmed the news on Wednesday, adding to the long list of high-profile sporting events that have been postponed in recent
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1:02 PM ET The remaining members of the McLaren F1 team who were tested for coronavirus in Melbourne have returned negative results. After a fellow team member tested positive for Covid-19 last Thursday, the Australian medical authorities requested seven more McLaren staff who came into contact with the affected person take tests of their own.
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10:53 AM ET The outrageous Aston Martin Valkyrie has hit UK roads for the first time ahead of planned deliveries later this year. The Valkyrie is the brainchild of legendary Formula One designer Adrian Newey and is the product of a joint project between Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing. The hypercar promises to be
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11:47 AM ET A team member of F1 tyre supplier Pirelli has tested positive for coronavirus after traveling to Melbourne for the now-cancelled Australian Grand Prix, the Italian company has confirmed. It is the second case of coronavirus in the F1 paddock – a McLaren team member contracted coronavirus last Thursday, prompting the British team
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7:30 AM ET Formula One drivers Max Verstappen and Lando Norris were racing on Sunday but, with the season-opening Australian Grand Prix cancelled due to the coronavirus, it was against invisible opponents on virtual racetracks. The world of esports came to the rescue in the absence of a race in Melbourne or indeed of any
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6:20 AM ET The McLaren team member who contracted the coronavirus on the eve of the Australian Grand Prix is “recovering well” and is now free of symptoms, team boss Zak Brown has confirmed. Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix was cancelled after news broke that a McLaren team member had tested positive for Covid-19 on the
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9:00 AM ET F1 can still manage to complete a 17 or 18-race season this year despite the delays caused by the coronavirus pandemic, according to managing director Ross Brawn. As with sporting events and series across the globe, coronavirus has halted F1’s season. The Australian Grand Prix was supposed to be held on March
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11:04 PM ET MELBOURNE, Australia — It may have taken longer than anyone ever expected, or had hoped, but in the end the correct call was made with Formula One, the FIA and the Australian Grand Prix Corporation coming together to cancel the season-opening Australian Grand Prix amid the coronavirus pandemic. 1 Related Doubt was
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