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Autosport 20/06/19

The UK’s ‘must-read’ motorsport magazine AUTOSPORT is revered by fans and industry personnel alike as the ultimate source of motorsport news and analysis. The magazine’s expert editorial covers all aspects of the sport, from major international series such as Formula 1, Sports Car racing and the World Rally Championship, to the less glamorous but hugely important grassroots events in UK club motorsport

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Autosport Media UK Ltd
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alonso again, but this time the wrong toyota won

Last year, many people were happy to see Fernando Alonso complete the second leg of his motorsport triple crown quest at Le Mans. He was a key part of the victory and it was fine reward for Sebastien Buemi and Kazuki Nakajima, both of whom had lost out in 2016 in one of the most dramatic finishes in the history of the 24 Hours. As Gary Watkins explains in our report on page 16, things were different this time. The other Toyota, driven by Mike Conway, Kamui Kobayashi and Jose Maria Lopez, had the edge. But, as if to sum up their 2018-19 World Endurance Championship campaign, they suffered a late delay that handed a second Le Mans success to the #8 crew, which also wrapped up the drivers’ title. Once again,…

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aston to fight toyota in wec hypercar era

WEC Aston Martin is billing its first bid for outright honours at the Le Mans 24 Hours since 2011 as a David-versus-Goliath confrontation. And its confidence in the new hypercar concept rulebook to allow a relative minnow of the automotive world to take on a giant such as Toyota is why it will be racing its Valkyrie from the start of the 2020-21 World Endurance Championship. “The way the rules have been written means it is not about the size of your chequebook,” said Aston boss Andy Palmer at the launch of the project at Le Mans last Friday. “It is about the ability of your team and the capability of your drivers. I more than relish the David-versus-Goliath comparison. In the mix we have Aston as a small company able to…

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f1 rules for 2021 delayed

FORMULA 1 Formula 1 teams and series chiefs have agreed to delay the presentation of the 2021 regulations until October, following a summit meeting last week joined by world champion Lewis Hamilton. The FIA had invited teams to a get together at its headquarters to try to break the deadlock over the signing-off of plans for the 2021 rules overhaul. While there had been some support for draft proposals presented to teams before the recent Canadian Grand Prix, there remained cause for concern about several areas. Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto (above, with Christian Horner) had suggested that the rules were “really green and not mature enough to be voted on”. Those worries prompted a series of meetings over the Montreal weekend to discuss what to do next, with the FIA aware that…

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in the headlines

FP1 COUNTS FOR SUPERLICENCE Formula 1 practice sessions will count towards a driver’s bid to gain a superlicence from 2020. Anyone successfully completing 100km during a free practice session will be granted one additional point per grand prix weekend, as long as they do not pick up any licence penalty points. The number of points that can be earned from free practice sessions will be limited to 10 across three seasons. A driver currently needs 25 points to take part in FP1, but 40 are required for a full superlicence. The women-only W Series plus Euroformula Open have also been added to the series qualifying for points. FIA BACKS WRX ELECTRIFICATION Plans to switch the World Rallycross Championship to electric cars have been reignited at the World Motor Sport Council. An FIA statement…

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ferrari asks for review of vettel’s canadian penalty

FORMULA 1 The Ferrari Formula 1 team has lodged a request for the FIA to review the decision to punish Sebastian Vettel at the Canadian Grand Prix. Amid ongoing unhappiness over the five-second penalty that handed a Vettel victory to Lewis Hamilton in Montreal, Ferrari wants the FIA stewards to look again at the verdict, which held that Vettel rejoined the track in an unsafe manner and forced Hamilton’s Mercedes off the circuit during their lead battle. Although the sanction could not be appealed under the FIA’s rules, the governing body’s International Sporting Code does give competitors the option of a post-event review of decisions, providing new evidence that was not available at the time has come to light. Article 14.1.1 of the Code states that if “a significant and relevant new element is…

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ford stripped of le mans class win

LE MANS 24 HOURS The Keating Motorsports Ford GT that took honours in the GTE Am class of last weekend’s Le Mans 24 Hours has been stripped of its win in post-race scrutineering, with the verdict announced after Autosport’s race report (on page 31) had gone to press. Owner-driver Ben Keating, Jeroen Bleekemolen and Felipe Fraga had taken their Ford, the first to be raced in privateer hands, to a popular triumph after fending off a late challenge by the Project 1 Porsche in the final two hours. But their efforts proved to be for nothing when ACO technical delegates found the car’s fueltank volume to be 96.1 litres, 0.1 over the capacity prescribed by the GTE Am Balance of Performance. That followed a 55.2-second penalty for the American squad, run by Bill…

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