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Formula 1: Nico Hulkenberg joins Aston Martin as reserve & development driver for 2021 (2021)

Hulkenberg finished seventh for Racing Point at the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix in August



Nico Hulkenberg has joined Aston Martin as their reserve and development driver.

The German drove for the team three times last year, when it was known as Racing Point, when drivers Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll contracted Covid-19.

Read more: Formula 1: Nico Hulkenberg joins Aston Martin as reserve & development driver for 2021 (2021)

World Rally Championship: Chris Ingram to compete in privateer drive (2021)

Ingram will compete using a striking new livery



Britain's Chris Ingram is set to compete in the World Rally Championship after securing a privateer drive.

Ingram, who won the 2019 European Rally Championship (ERC) despite having to crowdfund, will compete in a specially prepared Skoda Fabia Rally2 Evo.

Read more: World Rally Championship: Chris Ingram to compete in privateer drive (2021)

MotoGP: Fabio Quartararo wins Doha Grand Prix (2021)

Quartararo, right, won his fourth MotoGP grand prix



Yamaha's Fabio Quartararo won the Doha Grand Prix on Sunday after one sensational lap saw him move from third to first in Qatar.

Five laps from the finish, the Frenchman overtook Pramac Racing's Johann Zarco and Jorge Martin, demoting them to second and third.

Read more: MotoGP: Fabio Quartararo wins Doha Grand Prix (2021)

Australian Grand Prix: Daniel Ricciardo backs changes to Albert Park track (2021)

The chicane at Turn Nine and Turn 10 has been removed



McLaren driver Daniel Ricciardo has backed changes being made to Australia's Formula 1 circuit in an attempt to improve racing.

Seven of the 16 corners at Melbourne's Albert Park track are being modified for this year's race, which has been rescheduled for 19-21 November.

Read more: Australian Grand Prix: Daniel Ricciardo backs changes to Albert Park track (2021)

Lewis Hamilton wins Bahrain Grand Prix after Max Verstappen forced to give up lead (2021)




Mercedes Lewis Hamilton held off Max Verstappen's Red Bull for victory in an extraordinary finish to the Bahrain Grand Prix.

Verstappen actually took the lead from Hamilton with four laps to go but handed the position back because he had overtaken by running off the track.

Read more: Lewis Hamilton wins Bahrain Grand Prix after Max Verstappen forced to give up lead (2021)


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