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MotoGP: Marc Marquez on brink of sixth title with Aragon Grand Prix victory (2019)

Spain's Marc Marquez is on the verge of his fourth successive world title



Spain's Marc Marquez dominated the Aragon Grand Prix from pole to close in on a sixth MotoGP world title.

The 26-year-old Honda rider can clinch the championship with victory at the Thailand Grand Prix on 6 October.

Read more: MotoGP: Marc Marquez on brink of sixth title with Aragon Grand Prix victory (2019)

F2 driver Correa out of induced coma but faces 'race against time'

Juan Manuel Correa was signed as Alfa Romeo Racing's development driver for the 2019 season



Formula 2 driver Juan Manuel Correa has been taken out of an induced coma but still faces "a race against time" to undergo major surgery on leg injuries.

Correa, 20, suffered a spinal injury and broken legs in the crash at Spa, Belgium on 31 August that killed 22-year-old Frenchman Anthoine Hubert.

Read more: F2 driver Correa out of induced coma but faces 'race against time'

Robert Kubica to leave Williams at end of 2019 season

Robert Kubica (front) has picked up one point this season but has regularly been out-qualified by team-mate George Russell



Robert Kubica is to leave Williams at the end of the season.

He returned to Formula 1 this year after an eight-year absence following life-changing injuries sustained in a rally crash in February 2011.

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Juan Manuel Correa: Formula 2 driver remains in induced coma

Juan Manuel Correa was signed as Alfa Romeo Racing's development driver for the 2019 season



Formula 2 driver Juan Manuel Correa - injured in the accident that killed French driver Anthoine Hubert - remains in intensive care in an induced coma.

Correa, 20, suffered a spinal injury and broken legs in the crash at Spa, in Belgium, on 31 August.

Read more: Juan Manuel Correa: Formula 2 driver remains in induced coma

Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen to stay at Haas for 2020 season

Romain Grosjean has competed in 74 grands prix for Haas with the Frenchman's best finish a fourth place at the 2018 Austrian Grand Prix



Drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen are to remain at Haas for 2020.

Grosjean, currently 17th in the F1 drivers' championship, has been with the constructor from the start and will have a fifth season in their car.

Read more: Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen to stay at Haas for 2020 season


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