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Mick Schumacher wins Formula 2 championship (2020)

Mick Schumacher will join the Haas Formula 1 team next season after two seasons in Formula 2



Mick Schumacher will graduate to Formula 1 with Haas next year as Formula 2 champion despite a difficult final race of the season in Bahrain.

The German finished 18th and won the title by 14 points from Britain's Callum Ilott, who was 10th in the race.

Read more: Mick Schumacher wins Formula 2 championship (2020)

Sergio Perez: Racing Point driver determined to prolong his F1 career after Sakhir GP win (2020)

Perez is being replaced at Racing Point - soon to be Aston Martin - by Sebastian Vettel



Racing Point's Sergio Perez pledged to find a way to prolong his Formula 1 career after taking his maiden victory in the Sakhir Grand Prix.

The Mexican is out of contract for next season and his only possibility for a drive is if Red Bull pick him for their second seat.

Read more: Sergio Perez: Racing Point driver determined to prolong his F1 career after Sakhir GP win (2020)

Sakhir Grand Prix: Sergio Perez claims maiden win as Mercedes error costs George Russell (2020)



Perez hasn't got a seat in F1 for the 2021 season


Racing Point's Sergio Perez took his first Formula 1 victory in the Sakhir Grand Prix as Mercedes fumbled what should have been a debut win for George Russell.

The 22-year-old Briton, standing in for Lewis Hamilton after the world champion contracted coronavirus, was on his way to an accomplished victory before a late-race safety car.

Read more: Sakhir Grand Prix: Sergio Perez claims maiden win as Mercedes error costs George Russell (2020)

Romain Grosjean: Haas driver 'doesn't feel like a hero' after escape from fiery accident (2020)

Grosjean's car ripped in half on impact with the crash barrier



Haas driver Romain Grosjean says he "doesn't feel like a hero" after his amazing escape from a fiery accident at the Bahrain Grand Prix.

The 34-year-old Frenchman said: "I know the footage was unbelievable."

Read more: Romain Grosjean: Haas driver 'doesn't feel like a hero' after escape from fiery accident (2020)

Lewis Hamilton recovering but 'in bed and not feeling great' with Covid, says Toto Wolff (2020)

Hamilton wrapped up his seventh world title at last month's Turkish Grand Prix



Lewis Hamilton is recovering but "in bed and not feeling great" following his coronavirus diagnosis on Monday, according to his Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff.

Hamilton is missing this weekend's Sakhir Grand Prix as a result of his diagnosis. Briton George Russell, on loan from the Williams team, is filling in for him.

Read more: Lewis Hamilton recovering but 'in bed and not feeling great' with Covid, says Toto Wolff (2020)


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