Month: March 2021

London, 31 March 2021: Motorsport Images has been selected as the official photography agency by Extreme E, the exciting new motorsport discipline taking place in some of the harshest climates on Earth to highlight the impact of climate change. Motorsport Network’s assignment and licensing business that has over 26 million images in its licensing collection,
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Pastrana, whose list of achievements includes 11 X Games gold medals and four Rally America titles, is also the co-creator of the Nitro Circus action sports franchise, Nitro World Games and the upcoming Nitro Rallycross Series. Pastrana will return for his ninth ROC appearance at the event’s first-ever edition on snow and ice, which is
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The cult of celebrity, however spurious, is everywhere in our society, on our TVs and social media feeds and even on traditional billboards. You’d think that motorsport would have renewed its complicated relationship with the glitterati by now, but no. The heights of household-name petrol-powered daredevilry were the 1970s. The chief exponent of the celebrity
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4:45 AM ET Fernando Alonso’s return race to Formula One was ended prematurely by a sandwich wrap getting stuck in the brake ducts of his Alpine car. Alonso’s appearance at the Bahrain Grand Prix was his first appearance since 2018, driving for the rebranded Renault team. In the closing stages of the race he was
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What a way to kick-start the 2021 season! Watch all the best bits from an enthralling race under the lights of Bahrain. For more F1® videos, visit http://www.Formula1.com Follow F1®: http://www.instagram.com/F1 https://www.facebook.com/Formula1/ Tweets by F1 https://www.twitch.tv/formula1 https://www.tiktok.com/@f1 #F1 #BahrainGP
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Over 140 cars – including 28 in the SP9 category for GT3s – were entered for the four-hour race on the Nordschleife, but the event was abandoned due to heavy snow that descended on the Eifel region prior to qualifying on Saturday morning. Alfa Romeo Formula 1 reserve Kubica, who will race in the European
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The F1 feeder series has made significant changes to its format for 2021 highlighted by a move to three races – two sprint events on Saturday, followed by a longer feature race on Sunday prior to the Formula 1 race. Forming the grids for the races involves an unconventional system, as Friday’s qualifying session sets
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4:33 AM ET Daniel Ricciardo raced with a significantly damaged car on his McLaren debut in Bahrain last weekend, the Formula One team said on Tuesday. The Australian, who moved from Renault at the end of last season, finished seventh at the Sakhir circuit after qualifying sixth. Daniel Ricciardo finished seventh on his McLaren debut. Clive
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Late during the rain-delayed race, Bristol Motor Speedway issued a news release and the track’s executive vice president and general manager, Jerry Caldwell, announced over the public address system that the track’s spring Cup weekend in 2022 would once again feature dirt racing. “There has been so much buzz and excitement around the inaugural Food
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Vinales stormed to victory in last Sunday’s 2021 season-opener at Losail after surmounting a quartet of Ducatis and Yamaha team-mate Fabio Quartararo. Over the winter Yamaha installed three-time MotoGP race winner Crutchlow as its new test rider, with the Briton present in the Qatar test earlier in March. Vinales says he tried Crutchlow’s bike during
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The changes to the floor, brake ducts and diffuser were originally aimed at cutting downforce by 10%, although indications suggest teams have already clawed back a not-insignificant amount of that. Of more intrigue in Bahrain was how the floor tweaks in particular had favoured some teams over others, with the low-rake concept cars in particular
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