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Formula 1 is a series of auto races that attract millions of fans across the globe. It is known for its speed, technology, and competition among the world’s best drivers. It also generates a significant amount of revenue through television rights. These rights are paid by the FIA and are typically broadcast on TV channels in multiple countries. As the number of F1 fans continues to grow, Formula 1 is looking for ways to engage them.
Strange days at the Aussie GP. Two hours of racing and two laps to go! As Magnussen’s wheel rim debris is cleared from the track, Daniel Ricciardo and George Russell are swapping ideas in pit lane. As we wait a decision on a restart, we’re seeing fathers and sons deep in conversation in the pits. Lance Stroll and his father Lawrence, the billionaire owner of the Aston Martin team. The other factor here is that night is falling fast in Melbourne. Will the shadows of the treelined track affect vision for the drivers?
Max Verstappen held off Lewis Hamilton to claim a maiden Australian GP victory after a chaotic race, which finished with a processional safety-car lap. In its most recent season Dutch driver Max Verstappen won his second driver’s championship. F1 is an international open-wheel single-seater Formula auto racing competition and attracts fans from around the world.
Seeing Red Bull lead the way with Max Verstappen assuming pole position for the Australian Grand Prix was no suprise. But closely behind him, Mercedes shrugged off their season-opening woes to claim P2 and P3. Carlos Sainz got a five-second penalty for spinning Fernando Alonso but Logan Sargeant hitting Nyck de Vries was ignored. George Russell says Red Bull aren’t showing their true pace in order to fly under the FIA’s radar. In Abu Dhabi 2021 Red Bull wanted a motor race but in Australian 2023 they wanted a Safety Car finish.
Shadows lengthen across Albert Park as race organisers argue about what happens next. Maybe the gravity of sitting seventh and having both McLarens in the top ten has welded him to the seat? Alonso claims his car is okay and wants a restart, with him starting in third.
Pierre Gasly apologised to his Alpine team mate Ocon Esteban after veering into him in a crash that took both drivers out of the Australian Grand Prix straight after a messy restart late in the race. ‘ after he gave up the race lead to pit under a safety car before a red flag was called, leaving him in seventh place. Multiple cars are wiped out, causing a red flag as the Australia Grand Prix restarts with two laps to go. After a hugely dramatic Australian GP that featured three red flags, Formula 1’s officiators are once more coming under scrutiny for their application of the rules.
During the Singapore race Hamilton finished third and Massa 13th – a title-deciding point swing had the race been cancelled – which would have been the case had the sport’s bosses known at the time. At a drying Sao Paulo circuit, Hamilton was able to make up the necessary positions on the final lap to achieve more points than his rival who was already celebrating the title after crossing the finish line. News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Fernando Alonso’s 100th F1 career podium will be remembered for the bizarre sequence of events which followed it. Here’s how it all unfolded and why there was so much confusion. Red Bull’s car is the fastest Lewis Hamilton has ever seen — their advantage at the first two races of the year has looked insurmountable, writes Laurence Edmondson.
The Australian Grand Prix begins and the safety car already has to come out on Lap 1. Max Verstappen easily takes the race lead from Lewis Hamilton on lap 12 in Australia. Stewards have ordered Australian Grand Prix organisers to urgently produce a “remediation plan” after a large group of spectators invaded the track during the Formula One race at Albert Park on Sunday. George Russell has suggested Red Bull is “almost embarrassed” to show its true pace and fears Formula One stepping in with rule changes if they do.