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Sergio Perez: Red Bull driver ready to prove he can 'take next step' (2021)

Sergio Perez visits the Red Bull factory in Milton Keynes for the first time



Sergio Perez says his move to Red Bull is a chance to prove he can compete at the highest level in Formula 1.

The Mexican, who took his maiden win at the Sakhir Grand Prix in 2020, has spent his decade in the sport in teams usually competing in the midfield.

Read more: Sergio Perez: Red Bull driver ready to prove he can 'take next step' (2021)

Charles Leclerc: Ferrari Formula 1 driver tests positive for Covid-19 (2021)

Charles Leclerc came eighth in the Formula 1 drivers' championship in 2020



Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc has announced he has tested positive for Covid-19.

In a statement on Twitter, the 23-year-old from Monaco said: "I am feeling OK and have mild symptoms.

Read more: Charles Leclerc: Ferrari Formula 1 driver tests positive for Covid-19 (2021)

F1: Australian & Chinese Grands Prix postponed because of coronavirus restrictions (2021)

Valtteri Bottas won the last Australian Grand Prix in 2019



This year's Formula 1 season will have a delayed start after the Australian and Chinese Grands Prix were postponed because of Covid-19 restrictions.

The races were first and third on the 2021 calendar and the season is now scheduled to begin with the second race, in Bahrain, on 26-28 March.

Read more: F1: Australian & Chinese Grands Prix postponed because of coronavirus restrictions (2021)

Australian Grand Prix: F1 season-opener under discussion because of Covid-19 restrictions (2021)

Valtteri Bottas won the 2019 Australian Grand Prix



The season-opening Australian Grand Prix could be postponed because of Covid-19 restrictions in Australia.

It is due to take place in Melbourne from 19-21 March.

Read more: Australian Grand Prix: F1 season-opener under discussion because of Covid-19 restrictions (2021)

Lando Norris: McLaren formula one driver tests positive for Covid-19 in Dubai (2021)

Norris made his F1 debut in 2019



McLaren driver Lando Norris has tested positive for Covid-19 while on holiday in Dubai and is self-isolating.

The 21-year-old said he had lost his sense of taste and smell and a subsequent test had come back positive.

Read more: Lando Norris: McLaren formula one driver tests positive for Covid-19 in Dubai (2021)


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