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Ricciardo leads a 1-2 victory for McLaren in Italian Grand Prix

The Perth, Australia, veteran snapped a three-year winless drought for himself and a nine-year winless drought for McLaren by winning the Italian Grand Prix in Monza.

Formula One 2021-22 Silly Season Update

Nearly all of the 20 seats for the 2022 Formula One season have been confirmed.

Verstappen wins the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, secures first F1 victory of 2021

The Dutchman made an early championship statement by soaring to a dominating victory at Imola Circuit.

Hamilton prevails over Verstappen to win the Bahrain Grand Prix

The reigning seven-time F1 champion held off a late charge from Red Bull's Verstappen to win the 2021 season opener at Bahrain International Circuit.

2021 Formula One season preview

With new names on the grid, new stakes on the line and a new start on the horizon for all teams, the 2021 FIA Formula One World Championship season is hours away from commencing.

2020 Formula One season in review

A look back at the 2020 Formula One World Championship season, marking the 70th anniversary of the first Formula One World Drivers' Championship.

2020 Formula One mid-season review

Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes dominate the 2020 Formula One competition through the halfway mark of this season.

Early assessment of the 2020 Formula One season

The Mercedes' dynamic duo of Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas along with Red Bull Racing's Max Verstappen have dominated through the first six races of the 2020 Formula One World Championship season.

Hamilton steals victory in Bahrain

Lewis Hamilton wasn't the dominant driver, Sunday, and he probably wouldn't have won without misfortune befalling Charles Leclerc. But as the old saying goes, "It doesn't matter how you won. It just matters that you did."

The Final Word – Kyle Busch had the whole wide World 600 in his hands

Australia. If there was any road to success on Sunday, it was to be a native of Australia. Perth-born Daniel Ricciardo led from start to finish to claim the Monaco Grand Prix. At Indianapolis, Toowoomba’s own Will Power kissed the bricks and drank the milk. Unfortunately, the last Aussie to drive a Cup car was Tasmanian Marcus Ambrose four years ago.

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