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Red Bull: Christian Horner wants quick Renault engine changes

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Red Bull have urged partner Renault to push through improvements it has found on its engine in testing.

Team principal Christian Horner admitted Renault's failure to close the gap in engine performance with Mercedes and Ferrari "tests our patience".

Horner believes it would take "two or three months" to incorporate the progress onto the engine.

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Wimbledon: Lewis Hamilton misses Wimbledon final

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Briton Lewis Hamilton is used to rules and regulations in Formula 1, but he fell foul of those of the Wimbledon Centre Court Royal Box, which resulted in him missing Sunday's men's final.

He was turned away for not wearing a jacket, tie and shoes, having arrived in a bright floral shirt and a hat.

His spokesperson said: "Due to a misunderstanding over dress code, he is disappointed to have missed the final."

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Marc Marquez wins German MotoGP at the Sachsenring

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Defending champion Marc Marquez won the German MotoGP with a dominant race ahead of Dani Pedrosa.

It was the Spaniard's first victory since the second race of the season, at Austin in April - but his sixth in six years at the Sachsenring circuit.

Championship leader Valentino Rossi was third but extended his overall lead over Yamaha team-mate Jorge Lorenzo.

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A record 21 races pencilled in for 2016 season

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The Formula 1 season is set to feature a record 21 races in 2016.

A provisional calendar features the inaugural Azerbaijan race on 17 July and the return of Germany, dropped this year because of financial issues.

The season will start on 3 April in Australia and end in Abu Dhabi on 27 November, with the British GP on 26 June.

Read more: A record 21 races pencilled in for 2016 season

Mercedes 'dummy' pit stop: Teams warned move is against rules

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Formula 1 teams are to be warned they face penalties if they repeat the "dummy" pit stop used by Mercedes during the British Grand Prix.

Mercedes sent their crew out into the pit lane early on at the Silverstone race to try to fool Williams, who were leading, into making a pit stop.

But teams are to be reminded the practice is against the rules and they could face sanctions in future. Charlie Whiting, the F1 race director for governing body the FIA, said he had "no intention of giving them chances".

Read more: Mercedes 'dummy' pit stop: Teams warned move is against rules


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