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Formula 1: Red Bull launch new RB14 car for 2018 season

Red Bull on their previous ploy of launching late: "You wouldn't do it if you didn't have to, and this year we don't have to"



Red Bull have launched the car they hope will return them to Formula 1 championship contention for the first time in five years.

The RB14 bucks the team's trend of recent years, by appearing well before the start of pre-season testing.

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Fernando Alonso: World Endurance Championship race moved so F1 star can compete

Alonso made his sportscar debut at the Daytona 24 Hours in January



Fernando Alonso will take part in all rounds of the World Endurance Championship this year after a race was moved to accommodate him.

The two-time F1 world champion is dove-tailing his F1 commitments for McLaren with racing for Toyota in the WEC.

Read more: Fernando Alonso: World Endurance Championship race moved so F1 star can compete

Formula 1: McLaren expect to enjoy 'biggest difference in grid position' in 2018

McLaren are confident they will be in a position to challenge on a regular basis



McLaren believe they will make the biggest step forward of all teams in Formula 1 this season.

The team have not won a race since the end of 2012 but are hopeful of a strong season after swapping their under-performing Honda engines for Renault.

Read more: Formula 1: McLaren expect to enjoy 'biggest difference in grid position' in 2018

Susie Wolff: 'Grid girls' did not offend me but F1 ban is a step in the right direction

Susie Wolff was a test driver for Williams in F1 between 2012 and 2015



In my position as a female within motorsport for over 25 years, the use of 'grid girls' wasn't something that offended me.

Neither was it something I saw as one of Formula 1's priorities to change to allow the sport to evolve.

Read more: Susie Wolff: 'Grid girls' did not offend me but F1 ban is a step in the right direction


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