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Lewis Hamilton penalty hands Russian Grand Prix win to Valtteri Bottas (2020)

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Lewis Hamilton's quest for the all-time record of Formula 1 wins was put on hold when he was hit with penalties at the Russian Grand Prix.

Hamilton's Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas dominated after the world champion was given a 10-second penalty for doing two illegal practice starts.

Read more: Lewis Hamilton penalty hands Russian Grand Prix win to Valtteri Bottas (2020)

Catalonia Grand Prix: Fabio Quartararo wins to regain MotoGP championship lead (2020)

Fabio Quartararo led from the ninth lap for his third win of the season



Frenchman Fabio Quartararo won the Catalonia Grand Prix on Sunday to regain the MotoGP championship lead from Italy's Andrea Dovizioso.

The Yamaha-SRT rider, 21, dominated the season's eighth race after Dovizioso fell on the first lap in Barcelona.

Read more: Catalonia Grand Prix: Fabio Quartararo wins to regain MotoGP championship lead (2020)

Formula 1 drivers mostly opposed to idea of reverse-grid races (2020)

The start of the Italian Grand Prix at Monza earlier this season



Most Formula 1 drivers are opposed to the idea of holding reverse-grid sprint races in place of qualifying next year.

Formula 1 has canvassed fans on the idea, which managing director Ross Brawn has been pushing for some time.

Read more: Formula 1 drivers mostly opposed to idea of reverse-grid races (2020)

Lewis Hamilton: Commission members named for motorsport diversity push (2020)

Lewis Hamilton remains on course for a seventh world title after winning the Tuscan Grand Prix



Lewis Hamilton has vowed to increase the number of black people in motor racing, naming a group to analyse the causes of a lack of diversity.

The British Formula 1 world champion said members of his Hamilton Commission "together will make a change".

Read more: Lewis Hamilton: Commission members named for motorsport diversity push (2020)

Stefano Domenicali: Ex-Ferrari boss to head Formula 1

Stefano Domenicali on the podium at the 2013 Spanish Grand Prix along with Ferrari pair Fernando Alonso (second left, race winner) and Felipe Massa (right, third) and Kimi Raikkonen, then of Lotus, who came second



Former Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali is to become the new boss of Formula 1 next year.

The Italian, who left Ferrari early in 2014, is the chief executive of sports car manufacturer Lamborghini.

Read more: Stefano Domenicali: Ex-Ferrari boss to head Formula 1


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