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Sergio Perez wins chaotic Singapore F1 Grand Prix

Max Verstappen's Formula One title celebrations are still on hold

Fernando Alonso to join Aston Martin F1 team next season

Alonso will be going into his 20th season in F1

Former F1 drivers see European interest growing in IndyCar

'I wouldn’t be surprised to see more F1 drivers looking to come here'

Alonso has surgery for broken jaw after bike crash

'I’m OK and looking forward to getting 2021 underway'; F1 season begins in March

Fernando Alonso injured in cycling accident

The two-time F1 champion is reportedly OK

Alonso to take part in F1 'young driver' test — he's 39

Two-time F1 champion got special permission

Two times Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso, who will make a comeback with Renault next year at the age of 39, has been given special dispensation to take part in a post-season test intended for young drivers. Renault team boss Cyril Abiteboul thanked the governing FIA on Thursday for allowing it "in recognition of our commitment to young drivers throughout junior motorsport and to Fernando’s own dedication to furthering the careers of young talents." The Spaniard's participation in

Alonso sees a 'new beginning' in F1 as he tests Renault car

'I think the car is obviously outperforming me at the moment'

Alonso gears up for what could be his last shot at the Triple Crown

He's won at Monaco and Le Mans. Can he nab Indy?

The Spaniard will return to Formula One with Renault in 2021 following a two-year break and team principal Cyril Abiteboul said he would like the 39-year-old to keep his focus solely on Formula One after that. "I'm hardly breathing until next weekend, when he is stepping out of his racing car from Indianapolis," Abiteboul said this week. Victory in Indianapolis would make the Monaco Grand Prix winner and Le Mans 24 Hours champion only the second driver, after the late Briton Graham Hill, to co

Alonso and McLaren will give the Indy 500 another shot

'We have unfinished business with Fernando' after last year's fiasco

Fernando Alonso will again attempt to complete motorsports' Triple Crown with a return to the Indianapolis 500 in May with McLaren. The team failed to qualify Alonso for the race last season in a spectacular comedy of errors, including not having its car properly prepared to put the two-time Formula One champion in the field. “We beat ourselves,” McLaren CEO Zak Brown said Tuesday.

Fernando Alonso and Dakar veteran Marc Coma team up in South Africa

'Marc and I are getting along very well and we are working effectively as a unit'

Alonso has yet to confirm he will enter the 2020 Dakar, regarded as the world's toughest motorsport challenge which is moving to the deserts of Saudi Arabia for the first time, but it looks increasingly likely. Coma, a winner in the motorcycle category, stood down as Dakar sporting director in 2018 and is acting as Alonso's co-driver.

McLaren will return to IndyCar racing full-time after 40 years

For one thing, it's a way to better ensure Alonso qualifies at the Indy 500

Race Recap: 2013 Singapore Grand Prix is about a safety car and submission

The Singapore Formula One Grand Prix is the Monaco GP of the Orient – a weekend known more for its glamour and time-slot than on-track action, with a temporary circuit that punishes every mistake, usually terminally.

Race Recap: 2013 Italian Grand Prix is mistakes, gremlins and metronomes [spoilers]

The low-downforce, 5.793-kilometer circuit in Monza, Italy is known as the Temple of Speed, but only a few of the qualifying performances would have clued you into it. Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber in the Infiniti Red Bull Racing chassis' lined up first and second, and it didn't seem like Vettel had to work to

1955 Belgian GP movie tells the story of Spa

With the Belgian Formula One Grand Prix happening this weekend, Shell reminded a few guests what the Spa-Francorchamps track and Belgian countryside were like in 1955. That year the petroleum company made a 30-minute movie about the grand prix - this is back when the track was called the Francorchamps National Circuit, near the town of Spa, and a list of its important corners didn't include a mention of Eau Rouge - where it was doing the same thing

Red Bull infographic compares and contrasts NASCAR and F1

In the US, Formula One racing lost the popularity contest to NASCAR a long time ago. But after five years, F1 returns to the States with this weekend's race at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas. Red Bull, sponsor of F1 driver Sebastian Vettel, has put together an interesting set of nu

Ferrari officially launches Virtual Racing Academy

Ferrari Virtual Racing Academy – Click above for high-res image gallery

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