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Alpine open to adding partner Formula 1 team

Alpine, which competed in F1 as Renault until this season, lost its last remaining customer team when McLaren decided to switch from Renault to Mercedes power units for 2021. That means the works Enstone outfit is the only team left on the grid using engines from Viry-Chatillon. Last year outgoing team principal Cyril Abiteboul said Renault was "happy to focus on itself" but would consider ...Keep reading

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New backing for S5000 points leader Randle

Randle, who holds an 11-point series lead following the opener in Tasmania, will debut his new look at this weekend's second round at Phillip Island. The deal will run for all three remaining rounds of the shortened 2021 schedule, ahead of a move to a 2021/2022 summer series. “Castrol is such an iconic brand and I’m unbelievably proud to be part of the team this year,” said ...Keep reading

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Contract year at Penske won’t affect how Power drives

The 2014 IndyCar champion and 2018 Indy 500 winner finished fifth in last year’s championship after two wins, five poles, a string of misfortunes and a couple of driving errors. Now as he approaches contract renewal time, Power says talk about his future won't affect his style or approach to the season his 13th with Penske, his 12th as a full-timer with the legendary squad. “No, it ...Keep reading

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Rahal: IndyCar enjoying a ‘golden era’ for driver talent

With the arrival of Scott McLaughlin from Supercars, Jimmie Johnson from NASCAR and Romain Grosjean from Formula 1, Rahal says that he believes every driver in the IndyCar Series has the potential to win. This makes it very different from his debut year at the top level, driving for Newman/Haas/Lanigan Racing in Champ Car, the series’ final year before it reunited with the Indy Racing League ...Keep reading

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