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The Le Mans 24-hour endurance race, one of the traditional highlights of the motor racing calendar, has been postponed from June to September 19-20 because of the coronavirus pandemic, organisers said.
It's been fierce battle between Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel throughout the 2018 F1 championship. We reflect on the season so far.
Championship leader Lewis Hamilton topped the times ahead of rival Sebastian Vettel in the opening free practice in the United States Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel has played down Ferrari's reliability issues before this week's crunch Japanese Grand Prix, insisting it was no time for panic.
Lewis Hamilton is looking to hit back from his defeat in Malaysia at this weekend's Japanese Grand Prix.
Ferrari have announced on Twitter that they have not been forced to change Sebastian Vettel's gearbox.
Although both Ferrari drivers were undone by engine issues during the Malaysian GP , Sebastian Vettel insists he is "not too worried" about the Scuderia's reliability.
Robert Kubica will not be racing for Toro Rosso next season with Christian Horner labelling the rumours as "wide of the mark."
World championship leader Lewis Hamilton will start from pole position for the Malaysian Grand Prix with rival Sebastian Vettel at the back.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff described his team's woeful performance in practice for the Malaysian GP as "the worst Friday I can remember".
Renault is about to begin "three years of attack".
Brendon Hartley escaped unhurt when he crashed at high speed in Saturday's final practice for the British Grand Prix.
Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso signed a new contract with McLaren in a boost for the struggling Formula One team.
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff has said he is "worried" about Valtteri Bottas' recent form, but believes it is down to set-up rather than driver ability.
Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya has been arrested over fresh claims that the Formula 1 team have been funded with money-laundered cash.
Sebastian Vettel looks set to avoid a five-place grid penalty at Suzuka, with Sky Italia reporting that his gearbox has passed checks back at Ferrari base.
Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul has said the team are "not here to make friends" as they look to bring in Marcin Budkowski from the FIA.
Fernando Alonso has shrugged off Sebastian Vettel's complaints about his driving at the Malaysian GP, saying "blue flags" has been heard "many times" by the German.
Lewis Hamilton reverted to an old aerodynamic package but struggled to keep pace with Ferrari in the practice session for the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Haas' Romain Grosjean has said he was caught completely by surprise as a loose drain cover shredded his rear tyre and sent him flying into the wall.
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