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F1 Emilia Romagna - Max Verstappen wins the Italian Grand Prix.

Italy is blessed to host two F1 races in a race calendar. The Ferrari home ground Emilia Romagna aka Imola, and the Monza, are among the oldest race tracks.

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AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX 2022 - Ferrari's Charles Leclerc wins the 2022 Melbourne Grand Prix.

The 2022 F1 season promises to be far more competitive due to the significant regulatory changes in the F1 rulebook. However, if the third race is anything to go by, this season is unpredictable. The last WC teams are struggling to keep up the pace. Read more to find out about the action-packed Albert Park race at Australia 2022.

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Mercedes-AMG Petronas has launched its challenger to welcome the 2022 season.

Mercedes-AMG Petronas has presented to the world the F1 W13 E Performance model. Created explicitly by the German carmaker to begin the 2022 Formula 1 season on a winning note.

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Verstappen Wins the F1 US Grand Prix to hold off Lewis Hamilton

Max Verstappen won a spectacular duel with title rival Lewis Hamilton in the 2021 United States Grand Prix, with Red Bull gaining ground on Mercedes thanks to Perez’s podium finish – and the championship leader extending his lead to 12 points.

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Lewis Hamilton wins in Sochi to take 100th victory, as race leader, Lando Norris finishes 7th

Lewis Hamilton took his 100th Grand Prix victory in a Russian Grand Prix that started in dry conditions and ended under rain, team strategy came at play, making a late switch to intermediate tyres to take the lead when pole-sitter Lando Norris slid out of the lead with just two laps left. Max Verstappen for redbull made it from P20 to P2, and Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz took third having started second.

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Max Verstappen creates history by winning the Dutch GP and regains the championship lead

Max Verstappen has once again taken the lead in the drivers’ standings, after winning the Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort over title rival Sir Lewis Hamilton, sending his home fans into ecstasy, as the second Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas completed the podium. While Mercedes Benz AMG team still retains the constructors title leadership for now.

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