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Paul Ricard uses sustainable innovations to protect the local environment

Formula 1 action returned to the Circuit Paul Ricard last weekend after an enforced absence in 2020, with the two World Championships really starting to hot up as we enter a summer of racing across Europe.

AlphaTauri drives its own sustainability programme forward

Suderia AlphaTauri targets to reach zero carbon emissions by 2030 and wishes to be seen as an example of environmental sustainability worldwide, by contributing to the acceleration of technologies that will decarbonise the planet.

F1 extends partnership with Fanatics

Formula One and Fanatics, the global leader in licensed sports merchandise, have today announced a multi-year extension to their e-commerce and manufacturing deal.

Two people tested positive at the French Grand Prix

Formula One and the FIA announced on Monday that two people have tested positive for the novel Covid-19 during the 2021 French Grand Prix race weekend.

Perez avoids penalty, McLaren uses curfew exception – sporting news

Red Bull’s Mexican driver Sergio Perez avoided a penalty at the French Grand Prix after performing a bold overtaking manoeuvre on Mercedes racer Valtteri Bottas for third place.

Higher degradation than expected at Le Castellet

Although Friday's long run analysis pointed towards a simple one-stop strategy, the 61st French Grand Prix turned into a fierce strategy battle between Red Bull and Mercedes with the Milton Keynes-based team getting the better of the Brackley-based outfit.

Teams' reactions after the nail-biting French Grand Prix

The opening station of the first triple-header of the 2021 FIA Formula One World Chamionship delivered a nail-biting French Grand Prix which saw Max Verstappen come out on top, beating the reigning champion Lewis Hamilton with a last-minute move.

Verstappen wins with perfectly executed 2-stop strategy

Max Verstappen has won the French Grand Prix thanks to a well thought out two stop strategy. Mercedes were left surprised, leaving both drivers wonder why they stuck to their one-stopper. Hamilton lost the lead on the penultimate lap to finish second, followed by Sergio Perez.

One-stop strategy expected for the French Grand Prix

Based on the Friday's long-run analysis, Formula One's sole tyre manufacturer Pirelli expects that the one-stop will dominate today's 53-lap French Grand Prix when it comes to race strategy.

Verstappen takes pole position for French GP

Red Bull Racing's Max Verstappen was fastest in today's qualifying for the French Grand Prix. The Dutchman secured pole position for tomorrow's race, starting ahead of Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas.

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