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31 MAR - 03 APR 2016

Spielberg: Riches to rags for Red Bulls

The Red Bull Ring in Austria is one of the symbols of the brand’s recent successes in motor sport – but in F1 terms it’s likely to be the latest demonstration of how far the once-mighty Red Bull Renaults have fallen.

An intensely frustrated Daniel Ricciardo has recently spoken of “going round and round banging my head against a wall” and as we anticipate the Austrian race engine suppliers Renault are involved in crucial in-house tests – and even more crucial deliberations over their F1 future.

Canadian Grand Prix - Report

Two weeks after the fiasco of Monte Carlo, where a seemingly inevitable victory was snatched from his grasp, Lewis Hamilton responded on Sunday with another flawless triumph ahead of Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in the Canadian Grand Prix.

Starting from pole for the 44th time in his career, the defending two-time world champion led a relatively straight-forward 70-laps race from lights to flag to win by 2.2 seconds. It was his fourth win of the season, his fourth at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve and the 37th of his career.

2015 Canadian Grand Prix Preview

After the unexpected drama and, for Lewis Hamilton, acute disappointment on the streets of Monte Carlo, the Formula One circus has crossed the Atlantic to race on another unforgiving circuit in this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix.

Brakes and engines, above all, will be given a thorough testing as the teams attack the semi-street track, named after one of Ferrari’s legendary drivers, on the man-made Ile Notre Dame (island) in the St Lawrence River.


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