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Hamilton showed his pace and sportsmanship today. Just hope those points aren't crucial at the end of the season.

His Dad's reaction was the correct one when he let Bottas pass.

Wolff went a bit nuts, not sure what Lauda is thinking...

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Raikkonen retained by Ferrari for 2018

 

Ferrari have announced that Kimi Raikkonen is to remain with the team for another year, and will race for them until the end of the 2018 FIA Formula One World Championship.

It will be Raikkonen’s fifth consecutive season with the Italian squad, whom he rejoined for their 2014 campaign, having previously raced for them between 2007 and 2009, winning the world title in his first year with the Scuderia.

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https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/headlines/2017/8/raikkonen-retained-by-ferrari-for-2018.html

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Sainz's Renault switch agreed as McLaren deal looms

 

Carlos Sainz has signed a deal to join Renault, Motorsport.com has learned, in a move that will trigger a series of dominos to secure McLaren the French car manufacturer’s engine for 2018.

While news of McLaren’s progress in its efforts to switch from Honda engines has not been forthcoming in public, behind-the-scenes developments appear to show it has succeeded.

High level sources have confirmed that Sainz’s deal has been agreed as part of a sweetener for Renault to end its Toro Rosso contract early.

With the Sainz deal agreed, that has opened the way for Toro Rosso to finalise a switch to Honda engines next year, which in turn ensures McLaren gets hold of its supply of customer Renaults for 2018.

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https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/sainz-renault-switch-str-mclaren-honda-951146/

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Perez to race with Force India in 2018

 

Force India have confirmed that Sergio Perez will continue racing with the team in 2018. The contract extension means the Silverstone-based squad will field an unchanged driver line-up next season, with Perez again driving alongside Esteban Ocon.

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https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/headlines/2017/9/perez-to-race-with-force-india-in-2018.html

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