Month: November 2019

Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo says his Canadian Grand Prix weekend was impacted by small engine issues that set him back slightly compared to team mate Max Verstappen. The Aussie concluded his Sunday in fourth place, just edging out Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton while finishing 12 seconds behind Verstappen. Ricciardo attributed the minor under-performance to the laborious […]

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Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes’ decision to take on only a limited set of hypersoft tyres for the Canadian Grand Prix weekend was perhaps not ideal in hindsight. The German squad’s drivers refrained from using Pirelli’s pink-rimmed softest compound on Friday in order to preserve its inventory. But Hamilton rued the lack of running. “Ultimately we […]

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Ferrari has issued its customer teams with new third specification engines along with new turbochargers and motor generator unit-heat (MGU-Hs) for this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix. The upgrades were confirmed by the FIA’s technical delegate Jo Bauer in an official release from race control at the Hungaroring. Haas drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen all […]

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This week’s closed-door Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations in Maui, which President Barack Obama hoped would be the last round, ended Friday in failure to reach a final agreement, thereby pushing a U.S. ratification fight into the tumultuous 2016 presidential election cycle at the earliest—and raising hopes that the corporate-friendly accord could be derailed for good. […]

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