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Formula One launches eSports virtual championship

Gamers set to go head to head for gloryWith the growing popularity of eSports – championships of online gamers competing against each other for high prizes – Formula One have jumped right on the bandwagon. This isn’t something you’d have seen F1 doing in years of old, but this year Formula One will run their first eSports world championship, running through the final months of the year.See more on Formula One launches eSports virtual championship


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The mid-field crisis: What’s the answer to ensuring young drivers enter F1?

Encouraging fresh talent into the sportThe current crop of young drivers is probably one of the best in the past ten years with burning young, fiery Mediterranean talents ready to burst onto the F1 scene. But with all the midfield teams blocked by middle-aged point scorers there doesn’t seem to be much incline to allow these young, busting racers on the verge of F1 stardom to make the step up the pinnacle of Motorsport. So, what’s the answer?See more on The mid-field crisis: What’s the answer to ensuring young drivers enter F1?


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Guest who

A summer chat with Superlicense F1The summer break has been a relatively quiet period for Formula One fans, but if you’re in the hunt for something to listen to so as to break the monotony before the Belgian Grand Prix, then look no further. We were honoured to be asked as guests on the Superlicense F1 podcast to talk about all things 2017 and beyond, with the super lovely Rodney and Zach.See more on Guest who


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Money for nothing! – Christine's Rankings, Week 21

Things go quiet as drivers head on their holidaysWe’ve had a bumper couple of weeks of rankings points but naturally as Formula One goes on its summer break, the activity and pointsworthy moments trail off. There’s still a few drivers up to no good though, particularly the Red Bull boys who are showing off their holiday plans, the McLaren boys who have a few questions to answer, and Valtteri Bottas who reveals some very interesting things about himself!See more on Money for nothing! – Christine’s Rankings, Week 21


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Going concern

Honda’s Hungarian respite from retirementsThese words, from the mouth of Honda’s motorsport boss Yusuke Hasegawa, show just a glimmer of hope about the progress that the Japanese engine manufacturer is making. The McLaren Honda partnership, that was supposed to be such a resplendent return to glory, has been the punchline to many of 2017’s jokes, and it’s been frankly quite painful to watch the McLaren team suffer disappointment after disappointment.See more on Going concern


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Selection box – A very talented dude behind the wheel

Kubica’s potential return and how motorsport is changingHere it is, then, the summer break that splits the Formula One season not quite in half with an enforced rest. Some greet the break with enthusiasm – a moment to take a breath and consider what has happened whilst resting and preparing for the final push to the title. Others can’t wait for the racing to return. The following links might help to entertain, no matter which side of the fence you fall on!See more on Selection box – A very talented dude behind the wheel


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Robert Kubica drives 2017 Renault during Hungary two-day test

Mid-season testing complete before summerJust before the summer break officially kicks in, the Hungaroring played host to two days of mid-season testing, featuring young drivers, current drivers, and, of course, Robert Kubica. All eyes were on the Pole as he continues to test out whether he might be able to make an F1 return, and his fourth fastest on the second day, Wednesday, was a good sign. He completed 142 laps, as well, so fitness not an issue either.See more on Robert Kubica drives 2017 Renault during Hungary two-day test


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My shoes are too small – Christine's Rankings, Week 20

Diving into the deep end and messing about with memesThis week, there are points for everything that occurred leading up, during, and after the Hungarian Grand Prix, which includes Fernando Alonso embracing everything to do with that deckchair, Kimi Räikkönen with some amusing radio messages, and Paul di Resta dealing with the aftermath of an unexpected weekend. Daniel Ricciardo holds on to the top spot, with movement from Valtteri Bottas, Sebastian Vettel and Felipe Massa further down the order.See more on My shoes are too small – Christine’s Rankings, Week 20


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Alonso profits from McLaren’s long term strategy

Spanish battle is Hungarian highlight as Alonso and Sainz starSome may have been ready for their summer holidays in Hungary but there were still good drives down the field and some surprising names scoring solid points. Now the development war starts in earnest, with youngsters (and Robert Kubica) in the cars this week before some much-needed rest for everyone.See more on Alonso profits from McLaren’s long term strategy


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