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Ferrari bring forward car upgrades for Styrian Grand Prix

Ferrari finished 2.700 seconds behind the Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas in Austria



Ferrari are bringing forward some planned upgrades to their car after a disappointing showing at the season-opening Austrian Grand Prix.

Lead driver Charles Leclerc was runner-up on Sunday, but the car was a second off the pace in qualifying seventh.

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Daniel Abt gets new Formula E seat with Nio 333 after Audi sacking

Formula E is live on the BBC across August



Formula E driver Daniel Abt has secured a return to racing a month after being sacked for letting another driver impersonate him in an esports event.

The German, 27, will drive for the Chinese Nio 333 team in the six season-finale races in Berlin from 5 August.

Read more: Daniel Abt gets new Formula E seat with Nio 333 after Audi sacking

Ferrari forced to make a major redesign of their car

The current Ferrari car pictured during winter testing



Ferrari have been forced to make a major redesign of their car as a result of flaws discovered since it ran in pre-season testing in February.

Team boss Mattia Binotto said work on understanding why the car was off the pace led to a "significant change of direction in terms of development".

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Jonathan Rea: Five-time World Superbike champion signs multi-year contract with Kawasaki

Rea won the Superpole race at the opening round at Phillip Island



Jonathan Rea has committed to continue his hugely successful partnership with Kawasaki by signing a new multi-year contract with the Japanese marque.

Rea has won five consecutive World Superbike titles, starting in his first year on a Kawasaki in 2015.

Read more: Jonathan Rea: Five-time World Superbike champion signs multi-year contract with Kawasaki


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