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2020 MotoGP: The final race weekend of the season will take place at the stunning Autodromo Internacional do Algarve in Portimao, Portugal
Max Verstappen gives Red Bull its first race win this season at the 70th Anniversary GP around Silverstone. Mercedes who started on the front row was outclassed by Red Bulls tyre strategy as Lewis Hamilton takes second with Valtteri Bottas conceding to third place.
2020 MotoGP (Czech Grand Prix): The South African stole the show to hand him and KTM their first MotoGP win in a remarkable race, Morbidelli and Zarco complete the podium
Championship leader Fabio Quartararo (Petronas Yamaha SRT) will start second after crashing on his final flying lap, with his teammate Franco Morbidelli lining up on the outside of the front row.
While the battle for pole between the two Mercedes drivers was close, Nico Hulkenberg impressed with a stunning lap that put his Racing Point third on the grid on his return and with limited time behind the car. But let snot forget that Valtteri Bottas pipped Lewis Hamilton for pole.
After undergoing a second surgery on a fractured humerus, Marc Marquez will be replaced by HRC test rider Stefan Bradl for the upcoming Czech GP.
2020 British Grand Prix saw a dramatic end with countless tyre de-laminations, but Hamilton limped his Mercedes home to victory. Red Bull made a strategic blunder which threw away the win for Max Verstappen.
It is safe to say that Mercedes-AMG F1 have a significant advantage over the rest of the grid. But the battle between Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas helps keep things a little more interesting. After Bottas broke the lap record in Q2, Hamilton destroyed its twice on his run in Q3 and with that will start the 2020 Formula One British Grand Prix from pole position.
F1 2020: Covid-19 positive test for Sergio Perez forces him to miss British GP, Nico Hulkenberg confirmed as replacementJul 31, 2020
Sergio Perez has self-isolated himself following a positive COVID-19 test. He has been ruled out of the 2020 British Grand Prix for Racing Point F1 Team but hopes to be back for the following round next weekend for the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix.
In order to launch the partnership, the Gulf Oil brand will be integrated into the McLaren Formula 1 team from the British Grand Prix 2020 on 31st July to 2nd August. A small number of customers will also be given the option to have their McLaren supercar hand-painted by none other than McLaren Special Operations in Gulf liveries.
MRF Tyres’ first-ever Europan Rally Championship outing has seen the Indian tyre maker and its tyres finish in the top 10with both cars. Lead driver Craig Breen missed out on the podium by less than a minute while Lindholm finished 10th helping the team gather a healthy amount of data for further development of the tyres after round 1 of the 2020 ERC season at the Rally di Roma Capitale.
Triple threat from Yamaha: In brutal Andalucia GP conditions which saw crashes & breakdowns, Maverick Viñales and Valentino Rossi complete the podium as Fabio Quartararo takes the throne.
2020 MotoGP: Quartararo has taken a pole again, followed by Maverick Viñales & Francesco Bagnaia. It was Yamaha vs Yamaha scrap in Q2 at the Circuito de Jerez-Angel Nieto, a Ducati joins the YZR-M1 duo on the front row.
Formula 1 will return to Portugal for the first time since 1996 as three more races are confirmed for the 2020 season marking the return of the sport to Imola in Italy and the Nurburgring in German.
Marquez arrived at the Circuito de Jerez-Angel Nieto on Thursday morning from Barcelona and has since passed the eagerly anticipated fitness test, which will now see him take to the circuit on board his RC213V this weekend.
After successful campaigns in international rally championships, Indian tyre manufacturer — MRF will now compete in a full season of the European Rally Championship. This will mark a new era of MRF Racing’s international motorsport campaign at they prepare to compete in all six round of the 2020 ERC season.
If this season is any indication, in 2022, teams will be on somewhat of an equal footing. With all due respect to Ferrari, both its drivers and team manager have failed on these fronts. LeClerc has still shown some mettle, but Vettel has lost his grip.
The record set by Michael Schumacher’s record in 2006 for the most wins at a single Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton’s win at the 2020 Hungarian Grand Prix making his eighth win equals that record at the Hungaroring for the British driver.
2020 MotoGP’s stunning return in Jerez saw Quartararo take his first MotoGP win. Reigning champion Marc Marquez gave us one of his most spectacular saves, however, followed by a massive crash with four laps to go.
Racing Point seems to be the second-fastest team around the Hungaroring after Mercedes as Lance Stroll is set to start the race from P3 alongside team-mate Sergio Perez locking out the second row on the grid. Both cars will be starting on opposite strategies to the top 10 behind the two Mercedes cars of Hamilton and Bottas which should make the race interesting to watch on Sunday.
Motogp 2020 Spanish GP Qualifying: The premier class didn’t disappoint as lap records tumble late in Q2, as Vinales and Marc Marquez join Fabio Quartararo on the front row.
After winning the title in the middleweight class, Alex Márquez has a whole season ahead to gain experience and make progress on HRC’s long term project, which sees him join the LCR Honda Team at the end of 2020.
2020 MotoGP: Due to the ongoing Covid-19 outbreak, the race scheduled for November at the Circuit of the Americas has been cancelled
Moto2 World Champion Alex Marquez will move to LCR Honda in 2021, confirming Cal Crutchlow’s exit after six years with the Japanese manufacturer.
The largely uneventful Formula One Styrian Grand Prix came to light right at the end. Mercedes-AMG F1 outclassed Red Bull Racing as Lewis Hamilton won with Valtteri Bottas in second place beating Max Verstappen in third. Here’s how it went down.
F1 2020: Lewis Hamilton claims Styrian GP pole in wet and frantic qualifying as Ferrari’s struggle continuesJul 11, 2020
The first evert Styrian Grand Prix which is being held at the Red Bull Ring is the second round of the 2020 Formula 1 season. Lewis Hamilton will start the race from pole for Mercedes-AMG F1 after a staggering lap in the wet. Max Verstappen was the second-best driver of the day with Carlos Sainz set to start from third on the grid.