articles by Mithila Mehta and Kunal Shah

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Formula 1 2020: Verstappen's memorable win to Leclerc's successful one-stop strategy, talking points from 70th Anniversary GP

Max Verstappen gave Red Bull its first race win this season at the 70th Anniversary GP and it came due to a superior tyre strategy to Mercedes. Meanwhile, Ferrari's Charles Leclerc successfully pulled off a one-stop strategy to finish fourth. Here are the biggest talking point from the Silverstone Circuit.

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Formula 1 2020, British GP: From Hamilton's dramatic win to Leclerc’s unexpected podium, talking points form race

Lewis Hamilton secured his 87th career victory At British GP despite a tyre failure on last lap but Valtteri Bottas and Carlos Sainz tumbled out of the points during closing laps due to similar issues.

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Formula E to resume in Berlin with compressed calendar, no spectators, and trimmed staff

The most-stressful part about the remaining six Formula E races would be that they will be hosted over only nine days as opposed to the regular five-month period. The compressed calendar will demand as few errors in the races from both teams and drivers as possible.

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Formula 1 2020: Max Verstappen's incredible recovery from pre-race crash to Valtteri Bottas’ false start, talking points from Hungarian GP

Lewis Hamilton won the Hungarian GP to take the lead in the Drivers’ Championship for the first time in 2020, we bring you this and more in our talking points from the race

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MotoGP: Who can challenge Marc Marquez-Honda in 2020? A championship overview

As we head into the 2020 MotoGP season, the biggest question on everyone’s mind is – Can anyone challenge Honda's Marc Marquez?

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MotoGP: Massive shuffles, cramped calendar — off-season developments that can impact 2020, 2021 seasons

The 2020 MotoGP season is special in so many ways - it is a season like no other, and hopefully, this spirit will translate into unprecedented on-track action as well.

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Formula 1 2020, Styrian GP: Mercedes once again at the top, Ferrari's embarrassment continues and other talking points

At the Styrian GP, Mercedes was rarely challenged, the German marquee finished 1-2, Lewis Hamilton leading Valtteri Bottas - also registering their first 1-2 of the season.

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Formula 1, Renault look to gain from return of Fernando Alonso who must be ready for test of patience

As Fernando Alonso announces return to Renault and Formula 1, we assess how the key stakeholders would be impacted by the decision.

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Formula 1 2020, Austrian GP: Lando Norris' solid performance to Ferrari's struggle, talking points from race

There were several narratives in play through the 71 laps of Austrian GP, especially for drivers chasing victory, we bring you the biggest talking points from the race

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Formula 1: Daniel Ricciardo to McLaren, Carlos Sainz to Ferrari, who will take up the vacant Renault seat?

Without a single lap raced in the 2020 Formula 1 season, the careers of four drivers have been impacted already. Vettel, Sainz, Ricciardo and the one name still to be found out.

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Sebastian Vettel - Ferrari to part ways: After five seasons, a promising partnership ends without much fancied World Championship

Vettel now joins an illustrious list of former world champions (Fernando Alonso and Alain Prost) who arrived at Ferrari with the expectation to win but couldn’t do so.

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Formula 1: From George Russell to Charles Leclerc, a look at young guns and how 2020 could shape their future

Charles Leclerc, Antonio Giovinazzi, Pierre Gasly, Lando Norris, Alexander Albon, Esteban Ocon, George Russell and Nicholas Latifi are the young drivers that represent 40% of this Formula 1 season’s grid

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Formula 1 2020: From Mercedes gunning for title double to McLaren leading midfield battle, success metrics for each team

As the 2020 season of Formula 1 gets closer, we try to define what success could look like for each team in the year.

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Formula 1 2020: Hamilton vs Leclerc, Ocon vs Verstappen and other rivalries to look out for in upcoming season

It’s safe to say that it would be Hamilton vs the rest when it comes to the championship. But apart from the title battle, here are some of the rivalries that will entertain us from March till November.

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Formula 1 2020: From Ferrari winning constructors' title to full season for Alexander Albon, surprises we would love to see this year

With few days left to the start of Formula 1 2020 season, we bring to you some of the surprises we would love to see in the season

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Marrakesh ePrix 2020 Takeaways: Antonio Felix da Costa's dominating win, Mitch Evans loses momentum and more

Antonio Felix da Costa scored his first maximum points haul of the season – pole position, race win and the fastest lap of the race; adding 28 points to his season tally.

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Mexico City ePrix 2020 Takeaways: Jaguar's Mitch Evans' maiden win, Andre Lotterer's first Super Pole and more

The 2020 Mexico City ePrix offered a few firsts — Andre Lotterer scored his and Porsche’s first-ever Super Pole in Formula E. Later in the day, Jaguar Racing’s Mitch Evans scored his and the team’s first-ever victory of the 2019-20 Formula E season.

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Santiago ePrix 2020 Takeaways: Young Maximilian Gunther's maiden win, Mahindra Racing's bittersweet result and more

The first Formula E race of 2020 saw a new star rise to the top step of the podium — BMW’s Maximilian Gunther. The German driver clinched victory in typical Formula E fashion — battery management coupled with a last-lap overtake to become the series’ youngest race winner at the age of 22.

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Fomula 1: Ferrari prioritises youth with Charles Leclerc's contract extension; Max Verstappen puts faith in Red Bull

Leclerc is living the absolute dream for any racer growing through the motorsport ranks and has been given the ultimate chance to not only end Hamilton's reign at the top but also initiate an era of his own with Ferrari.

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Formula 1 2019: How Mclaren came back from the ashes to finish fourth in 2019 Constructors’ Championship

For now, Mclaren should be proud of their 2019 season - and hold their heads up to say with pride, ‘we are back!’