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Marko: Kvyat will not return to Toro Rosso, Hartley to finish F1 season

Daniil Kvyat will not return to Formula 1 with Toro Rosso following his latest demotion from a race seat after the United States Grand Prix, according to Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko.

Kvyat was dropped by Red Bull from its B-team, Toro Rosso, after the Singapore Grand Prix to allow 2016 GP2 champion Pierre Gasly to make his F1 debut, missing the following races in Malaysia and Japan.

Kvyat returned for the United States Grand Prix and had been due to see out the season alongside Gasly, only for the Frenchman to be ruled out due to a clash, leading to Porsche LMP1 driver Brendon Hartley's F1 debut in Austin.

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Hartley put in a solid display en route to P13, with Toro Rosso confirming on Monday the New Zealander would keep his seat for Mexico alongside the returning Gasly, leaving Kvyat on the sidelines once again.

Speaking to Auto Bild in Germany, Marko confirmed...


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Red Bull team boss Christian Horner thinks it is "unfair" to suggest Liberty Media has not been fast enough to enact changes in Formula 1 since taking over the sport in January, calling its work so far "commendable".

Liberty finalised an $8 billion deal to take control of F1 back in January, with previous ringmaster Bernie Ecclestone being replaced by a triumvirate to lead the sport, comprising CEO and chairman Chase Carey, commercial chief Sean Bratches and technical boss Ross Brawn.

Liberty has been focusing on improving the spectacle surrounding F1 since its takeover, with Sunday's United States Grand Prix featuring an expanded pre-race programme featuring driver introductions, plus a first foray into social responsibility by linking up with cancer charity Susan G. Komen.

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Perez eager to give Mexican fans 'special result' at home GP

Sergio Perez wants to give the Mexican fans a "special result to celebrate" at his home Formula 1 race this weekend as he prepares to return to the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City.

Perez has been Mexico's leading F1 driver since making his debut back in 2011, with the return of the nation's grand prix in 2015 giving him the chance to race in front of his home fans for Force India.

"Racing at home means a lot for me. It’s always a busy week, both for me and the team, but being at home makes all the hard work we put in for our fans and our partners worthwhile," Perez said.

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"It’s definitely the most enjoyable weekend of the year for me. It’s a great race for everyone involved in Formula One. There’s so much passion and the whole week is a big celebration. Everyone in Mexico City is looking forward to the race.

“I am lucky I get to race in my country in...


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Wolff expects strong Mercedes threat from Ferrari, Red Bull in Mexico

Mercedes Formula 1 chief Toto Wolff says the team will need to be at the top of its game if Lewis Hamilton is to wrap up his fourth Formula 1 drivers' title in Mexico this weekend as Ferrari and Red Bull pose a bigger threat than at other races.

While the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City is largely a high-speed circuit with one of the longest straights on the F1 calendar, as it is over 2,000 metres above sea level, the thin air means a high-downforce setup is used.

Ferrari and Red Bull have impressed at high-downforce tracks this season such as Monaco, Hungary and Singapore, meaning that while Hamilton only needs a top-five finish to clinch the title, Wolff is wary of his chances heading into the weekend.

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Formula One Is Giving Us The Live Stream We Demanded In 2018 - Gizmodo Australia

Formula One listened to our demands, and they're finally giving us what we want. F1's Managing Director of Commercial Operations Sean Bratches told Autosport that the series is rolling out its own in-house streaming service for races and other clips starting next season.

Photo credit: Kurt Bradley

Bratches told Autosport that F1 plans to build its own bespoke streaming platform, which will house more than just race broadcasts:

Our objective is to create platforms in the direct-to-consumer arena that engage fans and leverage our assets - whether they are live races, archival [or] are data.

Initially, the streaming service will only be available in markets where existing broadcasters don't have exclusive deals for broadcasting F1. This is a large part of the reason why F1 is switching to ESPN for next year, as current U.S. rights holder NBC Sports is owned by Comcast. Comcast saw...


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Formula One Is Giving Us The Live Stream We Demanded In 2018 - Gizmodo Australia

Formula One listened to our demands, and they're finally giving us what we want. F1's Managing Director of Commercial Operations Sean Bratches told Autosport that the series is rolling out its own in-house streaming service for races and other clips starting next season.

Photo credit: Kurt Bradley

Bratches told Autosport that F1 plans to build its own bespoke streaming platform, which will house more than just race broadcasts:

Our objective is to create platforms in the direct-to-consumer arena that engage fans and leverage our assets - whether they are live races, archival [or] are data.

Initially, the streaming service will only be available in markets where existing broadcasters don't have exclusive deals for broadcasting F1. This is a large part of the reason why F1 is switching to ESPN for next year, as current U.S. rights holder NBC Sports is owned by Comcast. Comcast saw...


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Read more: Formula One Is Giving Us The Live Stream We Demanded In 2018 - Gizmodo Australia

Formula One Is Giving Us The Live Stream We Demanded In 2018 - Gizmodo Australia

Formula One listened to our demands, and they're finally giving us what we want. F1's Managing Director of Commercial Operations Sean Bratches told Autosport that the series is rolling out its own in-house streaming service for races and other clips starting next season.

Photo credit: Kurt Bradley

Bratches told Autosport that F1 plans to build its own bespoke streaming platform, which will house more than just race broadcasts:

Our objective is to create platforms in the direct-to-consumer arena that engage fans and leverage our assets - whether they are live races, archival [or] are data.

Initially, the streaming service will only be available in markets where existing broadcasters don't have exclusive deals for broadcasting F1. This is a large part of the reason why F1 is switching to ESPN for next year, as current U.S. rights holder NBC Sports is owned by Comcast. Comcast saw...


Read full article on Sports GN Formula1


Read more: Formula One Is Giving Us The Live Stream We Demanded In 2018 - Gizmodo Australia

Formula One Is Giving Us The Live Stream We Demanded In 2018 - Gizmodo Australia

Formula One listened to our demands, and they're finally giving us what we want. F1's Managing Director of Commercial Operations Sean Bratches told Autosport that the series is rolling out its own in-house streaming service for races and other clips starting next season.

Photo credit: Kurt Bradley

Bratches told Autosport that F1 plans to build its own bespoke streaming platform, which will house more than just race broadcasts:

Our objective is to create platforms in the direct-to-consumer arena that engage fans and leverage our assets - whether they are live races, archival [or] are data.

Initially, the streaming service will only be available in markets where existing broadcasters don't have exclusive deals for broadcasting F1. This is a large part of the reason why F1 is switching to ESPN for next year, as current U.S. rights holder NBC Sports is owned by Comcast. Comcast saw...


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Video of pass: Max Verstappen calls F1 steward an 'idiot' after Austin penalty - Autoweek

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Red Bull Racing driver Max Verstappen could be in trouble for insulting an FIA steward following the Formula 1 U.S. Grand Prix in Austin, Texas.

A controversy erupted when Verstappen was penalized for his exciting last-lap pass on Kimi Raikkonen for the Austin podium. A steward ruled that Verstappen's car went off the course during the move.

The Red Bull driver's father, Jos, was particularly furious, declaring on Twitter that the FIA should stand for "Ferrari International Assistance."

Max himself also let his fury rip.

"I feel robbed," Sport Bild quotes him as saying.

Verstappen, 20, accused one steward in particular of always penalizing him for overtakes.

"He's an idiot who always...


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Video of pass: Max Verstappen calls F1 steward an 'idiot' after Austin penalty - Autoweek

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Red Bull Racing driver Max Verstappen could be in trouble for insulting an FIA steward following the Formula 1 U.S. Grand Prix in Austin, Texas.

A controversy erupted when Verstappen was penalized for his exciting last-lap pass on Kimi Raikkonen for the Austin podium. A steward ruled that Verstappen's car went off the course during the move.

The Red Bull driver's father, Jos, was particularly furious, declaring on Twitter that the FIA should stand for "Ferrari International Assistance."

Max himself also let his fury rip.

"I feel robbed," Sport Bild quotes him as saying.

Verstappen, 20, accused one steward in particular of always penalizing him for overtakes.

"He's an idiot who always...


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Read more: Video of pass: Max Verstappen calls F1 steward an 'idiot' after Austin penalty - Autoweek

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