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Mick Schumacher wins Formula 3 European title with race to spare

'It means everything' - Schumacher on winning F3 title



Mick Schumacher, the son of seven-time Formula 1 world champion Michael, won the Formula 3 European title with a race to spare.

The 19-year-old finished second in race two of the season finale in Hockenheim, Germany, to establish an unassailable lead in the drivers' standings.

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Formula 1 2019 season will finish in December, with German Grand Prix included

Lewis Hamilton won the German Grand Prix in July but the race did not take place in 2015 and 2017



The 2019 Formula 1 season will finish in December, and the German Grand Prix has been included on the final calendar released by the FIA.

The record-equalling 21-race calendar has the same order as 2018, with the first race in Australia on 17 March.

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Formula 1: George Russell joins Williams to become third British driver in 2019

George Russell is leading this year's Formula Two championship



George Russell will become the third British driver in Formula 1 next year after signing to race for Williams.

The 20-year-old, a Mercedes protege and leader of this year's Formula Two championship, has secured what Williams describe as a "multi-year contract".

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W Series: Pippa Mann says new women-only series will 'segregate' female racers

Mann was the first British woman to compete in the Indy 500 in 2011



A new women-only motorsport series will "segregate" female racers and is a "sad day for motorsport", says British IndyCar driver Pippa Mann.

W Series will start in 2019 and is backed by a number of major F1 names.

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Women-only motorsport series launched to find potential Formula 1 stars

Jamie Chadwick made history in August as the first woman to win a British Formula 3 race



A new women-only motorsport series has been launched in an attempt to find potential female Formula 1 stars.

W Series will start in 2019 and is backed by a number of major F1 names, including 13-time grand prix winner David Coulthard and Red Bull design chief Adrian Newey.

Read more: Women-only motorsport series launched to find potential Formula 1 stars


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