Qatar’s Losail International Circuit will hold its first ever Formula 1 Grand Prix on November 19-21, with the country set to host the 20th event of the 2021 season, as well as signing an additional 10-year deal to host F1 from 2023.
The Qatari circuit is most famous for its association with the world of two-wheeled racing, with Losail having hosted the MotoGP series since 2004. Ooredoo, the international communications company, will be the title sponsor for the event.
FIA President Jean Todt has announced there will be a review of Formula 1’s regulations – including the practice of handing out points once a race has run to a minimum of two laps – in the aftermath of last weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix.
Aston Martin have withdrawn their appeal against Sebastian Vettel's disqualification from the Hungarian Grand Prix, the team announced on Thursday.
Vettel finished second on track at the Hungaroring behind winner Esteban Ocon and ahead of championship leader Lewis Hamilton. But he was disqualified when the FIA were unable to take the required 1.0 litre fuel sample from his car following the race, as per the technical regulations.
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Five F1 teams have said that they intend to appeal the decision to fine Racing Point for copying Mercedes parts as the verdict allows the team to continue using the copied parts.
UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) has published new Anti-Doping Rules which will come into effect on 1st January 2021 in line with the 2021 World Anti-Doping Code.