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Formula E: London to host 2019-20 season finale

London's Battersea Park was a host venue during the first two seasons of Formula E in 2015 and 2016



London is set to host the finale of the 2019-20 Formula E season with a double-header next July.

The city is one of three venues added to the calendar along with Seoul in South Korea and Jakarta in Indonesia, while Hong Kong has been dropped from the schedule.

Read more: Formula E: London to host 2019-20 season finale

F1: Ferrari's Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel need 'careful handling', says Ross Brawn

Charles Leclerc (left) won in Belgium and Italy and Sebastian Vettel (right) won in Singapore before the Russian Grand Prix



Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel are a "potentially explosive combination", according to Ferrari's former technical director Ross Brawn.

Vettel, 32, disobeyed orders to let 21-year-old Leclerc pass him to lead Sunday's Russian Grand Prix.

Read more: F1: Ferrari's Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel need 'careful handling', says Ross Brawn

Russian GP: Lewis Hamilton wins after Sebastian Vettel ignores team orders


Win number 82 for Hamilton, and his fourth in Russia



Lewis Hamilton was handed victory in the Russian Grand Prix after a virtual safety car cost Ferrari's Charles Leclerc the lead.

Hamilton's first win in four grands prix inched him closer to a sixth world title and came after Ferrari's chances of victory fell apart following a controversy over Leclerc's team-mate Sebastian Vettel disobeying team orders.

Read more: Russian GP: Lewis Hamilton wins after Sebastian Vettel ignores team orders

Russian Grand Prix: Charles Leclerc regrets Singapore outburst


Sebastian vettel and charles leclerc; Charles Leclerc has five pole positions and two Formula 1 victories compared to Sebastian Vettel's one pole and one win this season



Charles Leclerc says he regrets what he believes was an over-reaction when he questioned Ferrari's team strategy at the Singapore Grand Prix.

Leclerc had led but was passed by team-mate - and eventual winner - Sebastian Vettel during the pit-stop period when the team gave the German priority.

Read more: Russian Grand Prix: Charles Leclerc regrets Singapore outburst

Singapore GP: Sebastian Vettel beats team-mate Charles Leclerc


Sebastian Vettel wins the Singapore Grand Prix; Singapore was the first time since 2008 Ferrari had won three consecutive races



Sebastian Vettel ended his 13-month win drought with a controversial victory in the Singapore Grand Prix.

The German benefited from unusual Ferrari strategy to leapfrog team-mate Charles Leclerc into the lead.

Read more: Singapore GP: Sebastian Vettel beats team-mate Charles Leclerc


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