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Daytona 500: Crash damages 18 cars as Denny Hamlin wins Nascar showpiece



Just 10 of the 200 laps remained when the crash took place


The back wheels of Aric Almirola's Ford were on the roof of another car at one point - with the front ones perched on the back of the vehicle ahead.

That was just one element of a colossal pile-up at the Daytona 500.

Read more: Daytona 500: Crash damages 18 cars as Denny Hamlin wins Nascar showpiece

Sebastian Vettel: Ferrari driver sees team-mate Charles Leclerc as 'full rival'

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel leads the team for his fifth season



Sebastian Vettel says he sees new Ferrari team-mate Charles Leclerc as a "full rival" this season.

Vettel, 31, has been the team's lead driver for four seasons while Leclerc, 21, has been promoted after one season with the affiliated Sauber team.

Read more: Sebastian Vettel: Ferrari driver sees team-mate Charles Leclerc as 'full rival'

Max Verstappen: Red Bull star serves stewarding punishment for shoving Esteban Ocon

Max Verstappen got into trouble following his reaction to this crash at the 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix in November, when Esteban Ocon's Force India car, left, collided with the Belgian's Red Bull



Red Bull driver Max Verstappen has completed his punishment for shoving Esteban Ocon after last season's Brazilian Grand Prix.

The FIA, Formula 1's governing body, ordered the Dutchman to do two days of "public service" after an altercation in the pits following November's race.

Read more: Max Verstappen: Red Bull star serves stewarding punishment for shoving Esteban Ocon

Formula 1: Racing Point to continue as Force India successors

The Force India team name will be absent from the grid for the first time since 2007

 

Racing Point will continue as the successors to the now defunct Force India for the 2019 F1 Championship, which starts in Australia on 17 March.

Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll acquired Force India when it fell into administration in July, initially calling it 'Racing Point Force India'.

Read more: Formula 1: Racing Point to continue as Force India successors

Azerbaijan Grand Prix: New Formula 1 deal for Baku race

The Azerbaijan Grand Prix first took place in 2017



The Azerbaijan Grand Prix in Baku will continue until at least 2023 after organisers renewed their deal.

The renewal is the first signed in 2019 and follows new agreements for the Belgian, Chinese, German, Japanese and Singapore races in the past two years.

Read more: Azerbaijan Grand Prix: New Formula 1 deal for Baku race


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