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Race results - Santiago E-Prix Santiago E-Prix - Here are the results from the third race of the 2019/2020 ABB FIA Formula E Championship from Chile. Provisional race results. * Post-race penalties so far.

Guenther wins in action packed Santiago E-Prix BMW i Andretti's Maximilian Guenther took his both his first victory and his first podium at today's ABB FIA Formula E Championship race in Santiago.

F1 Teams to Have Very Little Data on Zandvoort to Keep it Exciting and Reward Brave Drivers The Circuit Zandvoort is undergoing a massive overhaul ahead of its return to the F1 calendar in the 2020 season. According to architect Jarno Zaffelli, only the 'bravest drivers' will reap the rewards of the remodelled track layout. He even boasted that the track has new features that teams will be unable to reproduce in their simulators.

Max Gunther Won His First Formula E Race After An Epic Scrap For The Lead The youngest driver on the Formula E grid saw off a couple of veterans to secure a superb maiden victory after some brilliant racing.

Miracle crash survivor Sophia Floersch blasts Formula 1 for using women drivers to 'attract attention' MIRACLE crash survivor Sophia Floersch has attacked Formula 1 for the way they use women in the sport to 'attract attention'. The 19-year-old suffered a horrific crash in November 2018 which saw her car fly into fencing at 170mph, quite incredibly resulting in only a fractured back.

F1 Throwback: When Kimi Raikkonen wanted to 'Punch' Sergio Perez in the Face It takes a lot to make Kimi Raikkonen very angry, but Sergio Perez somehow managed it. During the 2013 Monaco Grand Prix, there was plenty of wheel-banging action and the Mexican driver was in the thick of it. Soon, the former McLaren driver came upon Kimi Raikkonen and literally outmuscled him for position.

Video: Roy Nissany joins Williams as 2020 test driver [email protected] [email protected] Twitter: @motorsportweek. Facebook /motorsportweek. 2019 Motorsport Week. Motorsport Media Services Ltd.

Horner eager to see Hamilton take on F1's latest talent "wave" Hamilton has repeatedly made it clear in 2019 that he does not see himself hanging up his helmet any time soon. "The core of what I do is that I love racing, I love the challenge," Hamilton said.

F1 shouldn't moan about calendar expanding up to 25 races - Todt FIA president Jean Todt says Formula 1 personnel should not complain about the stresses of an expanding calendar and instead acknowledge they are fortunate to be involved in the championship. The 2020 F1 season will feature a record 22 races, and the regulations allow for a future expansion up to 25 events.

F1 Trivia: Williams F1 Racing is the Third Team Owned by Sir Frank Williams Before founding Williams f1, Sir Frank WIlliams was involved with two other formula one teams. The origins of Williams racing have a fascinating past.

Leclerc's Brother Is Now Part Of Ferrari's Driver Academy Arthur Leclerc has joined his big bro Charles at the Scuderia after being signed to their young driver programme.

F1 Season Review 2019 This last season, 2019 has been a long one and it’s also been one in which I’ve seen less F1 than usual. Partly that’s because Channel Four has only been able to show one live Grand Pri…

Formula 1: Lewis Hamilton could end Ferrari rumors early Hamilton has not won fewer than nine races in a season since his first year with Mercedes in 2013 when he won only one, but that was before the start of the V6 turbo hybrid era, when Mercedes became the dominant force they are today.

Saturday's Formula 1 news roundup: Claire Williams, Andreas Seidl, Alain Prost Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Saturday, January 18.

Formula E attracting oil giants to the fold Oil giants familiar to fans of fossil-fuelled Formula 1 are finding a new focus for their energies in the all-electric world of Formula E. Shell, decades-long sponsors of F1 glamour team Ferrari, are partnering the Nissan and Mahindra Formula E outfits while branding for French giant Total features on the cars of champions DS Techeetah.

Why F1's French GP at Paul Ricard is excellent value for money Formula 1 races into Paul Ricard this June for what is sure to be an action-packed French Grand Prix weekend - and one that needn't break the bank. Motorsport Tickets explores why the French Grand Prix is excellent value for money.

On This Day In F1 - The 12th Greatest F1 Driver Of All-Time Was Born A look back at what happened on 18 January in Formula 1 history.

Williams emphasises it has 'healthy racing budget' for 2020 Williams has outlined that it has a "healthy racing budget" for the 2020 Formula 1 season, in spite of its poor on-track results and subsequent reduction in prize money. Williams slumped from fifth to last in the 2018 Constructors' Championship, a position it repeated in 2019, taking just one point after problems with its recalcitrant FW42.

Renault can't use F1 2021 ambitions as excuse for poor 2020 season Renault says its high ambitions for the 2021 Formula 1 season must not be used as an excuse if the team has a poor campaign this year. The 2021 financial and sporting rules overhaul is likely to provide Renault its best opportunity to pull clear of the midfield teams and challenge F1's current 'big three' - Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull.

Williams: Ticktum "one of the best" it's had in its simulator Williams says that development driver Dan Ticktum is one of the best it has ever seen in its simulator, with the team confident it can harness the British youngster’s full potential.

F1 Throwback: Relive the Sensation Battle Between Kimi Raikkonen, Button and Montoya at the 2006 Australian GP In the next instalment of good old-fashioned Formula One racing, Jenson Button was forced to fend off the McLaren duo. At the 2006 Australian Grand Prix, Kimi Raikkonen and Juan Pablo Montoya hounded Button's Honda. Button had qualified on pole position for the race, with Raikkonen and Montoya 4th and 5th.

Richards: F1 shot itself in foot with "foolish" hybrid rows "They were just gems of engineering excellence, absolutely sensational," Richards said of F1's engines. "But what did Bernie Ecclestone do? He said 'I don't like the sound of these, these are not very nice things' and they dumbed it down. "They didn't wave the flag and say, 'look what we've created, look what a great technology we've got'.

Moral Obligation to Try, But It'll Take Years: Ferrari F1 Boss Binotto Certain Team Can't Beat Mercedes Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto was not one to sugarcoat things when he spoke about Scuderia Ferrari's title chances. According to him, it will take a "few years" to topple Mercedes as the number one team in Formula 1. The last time Scuderia Ferrari won a Driver's title was in 2007, while they took home the constructor's title in 2008.

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