Formula 1

8:53 AM ET W Series champion Jamie Chadwick is among the drivers who have committed to competing in the new Extreme E electric SUV racing series in 2021. 1 Related Chadwick, a Williams development driver, won the inaugural season of the all-female W Series this year and joins a list of high-profile names signing up
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6:59 AM ET After taking its first two victories of the 2019 F1 season at Spa-Francorchamps and Monza, Ferrari added its first victory in the F1 Esports Pro Series on Wednesday night. Formula One’s esports competition has been running since 2017 and last year included teams for the first time, with Mercedes driver — and
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12:02 PM ET Formula One drivers were among the attendees at Anthoine Hubert’s funeral in Chartres, France on Tuesday. Hubert died racing in Formula 2 at Spa-Francorchamps on August 31 after an accident at the high-speed Raidillon corner. He was laid to rest on Tuesday afternoon following a ceremony at the Cathedrale Notre-Dame in the
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9:46 AM ET After a thrilling and controversial Italian Grand Prix, we assembled ESPN’s panel of F1 journalists — Kate Walker, Maurice Hamilton, Nate Saunders and Laurence Edmondson — to discuss the main talking points from the race weekend. Will Sebastian Vettel win an F1 race again? Sebastian Vettel spun out of fourth place in
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9:27 AM ET The Haas F1 team has cut ties with title sponsor Rich Energy, so the British energy drinks company can pursue a “revised global strategy”. The American team linked up with the little-known brand ahead of this season and adopted Rich Energy’s black and gold colours for its 2019 car. Rich Energy’s outspoken
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1:10 PM ET Nate Saunders Close F1 Associate Editor • Previously worked in rugby union and British Superbikes • History graduate from Reading University• Joined ESPNF1 in February 2014 Laurence Edmondson Close F1 Editor • Joined ESPN in 2009• An FIA accredited F1 journalist since 2011 MONZA, Italy — It’s been a long nine years, but finally a Ferrari driver
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12:09 PM ET Sebastian Vettel is just one significant incident away from a race ban after an Italian Grand Prix which saw him slapped with the second most severe punishment in the F1 rulebook. Vettel spun at the Ascari chicane early on at Ferrari’s home race. The four-time world champion then attempted to rejoin the
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