Alonso Doesn’t Rule Out Full Season Seat For IndyCar In 2020, Johnson Doesn’t Rule Out IndyCar Race On A Road Course Either

INDIANAPOLIS – Fernando Alonso and Jimmie Johnson swapped rides on Monday overseas in Bahrain. There’s really not a whole lot to cover when you’re time zones away and not in attendance. I mean, what resources are available to something taking place while most in the United States are still sleeping? Plus, it’s a ride swap. It’s not like either driver was pounding the pavement going for track records. But, what they said after the fact though, well it will turn heads back here in America. 

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Hamilton Wins Wild Brazilian Grand Prix After Verstappen/Ocon Clash

Max Verstappen was well on his way to a surprise Brazilian Grand Prix victory. Red Bull Racing hadn’t led in the country since 2013 and through most of the weekend, they looked to be playing third fiddle behind Mercedes and Ferrari. But, there Verstappen was with the lead and cruising to what should have been a second straight win. Instead, Esteban Ocon had other thoughts. 

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Hamilton Earns Brazilian Grand Prix Pole, Vettel Qualifies 2nd But Destroy Scales In Bizarre Moment

Mercedes has now won every pole position for the Brazilian Grand Prix since 2014. They made sure there was no doubt on Saturday too. Both teammates will start 1-2 as Lewis Hamilton earned his 10th pole of the 2018 Formula One season in shattering the track record as a result. Hamilton, turned a lap of 1:07.301-seconds in his No. 44 Mercedes for the top starting spot. He was third, second and second respectively in practice this weekend. While he has struggled in each of his last two starts on the…

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Friday’s Formula One Practice Report From Brazil

Mercedes have been the top dogs in Brazil lately. Since 2014, they’ve earned every pole in the Brazilian Grand Prix. On Friday, they look like that streak will extend through 2018. Valtteri Bottas topped the speed charts on the day as he turned a lap of 1:08.846-seconds. His teammate Lewis Hamilton was P2 turning a time of 1:08.849-seconds giving the duo a 1-2 result on Friday. After being down in power a bit the last two races, they’re in a fight for the constructors championship and hoping to get the…

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Pietro Fittipaldi To Join HaasF1 As Test Driver

Haas F1 Team has confirmed Pietro Fittipaldi as its official 2019 test driver. As part of his relationship with the team, the Miami-born Brazilian will test a Formula One car for the first time when he participates at the Pirelli tire test Nov. 27 at Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi. The 22-year-old, a grandson of two-time FIA Formula One World Champion and double Indy 500 winner Emerson Fittipaldi, will become an integral part of Haas F1 Team fulfilling testing duties in support of the team’s 2019 driver line-up of Romain…

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Job Not Done Yet For Hamilton As Constructors Championship Yet To Be Wrapped Up

How much more can Lewis Hamilton do in 2018 is the question? The Brit just clinched his fifth Formula One championship in the last race weekend in Mexico and has won nine times this season alone. Despite that, Hamilton says the focus won’t go astray this weekend in Brazil or in the season finale in Abu Dhabi. There’s still goals left to accomplish. “I’m in the frame of mind that I still have races to win and the job isn’t done yet,” said Hamilton. “Right now, the focus is on…

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Can Red Bull End Season On A High Note For Both Cars And Finally Have Success In Brazil

Red Bull Racing have been strong as of late. If you take out the power unit failures throughout the course of the second half of the season, then both Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo would likely still be a player in this year’s championship. Instead, Lewis Hamilton has that secured as everyone else is playing for second from here on out. But, that doesn’t stop all the teams from trying to win out. RBR is hoping to end the 2018 season the heels of three straight victories as Verstappen was…

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“We Have Got The Car Back To What We Know And What We Feel More Comfortable” Says Vettel

Lewis Hamilton clinched the 2018 Formula One championship in the last race weekend in Mexico. Unfortunately for Sebastian Vettel, his No. 5 Ferrari is back to feeling comfortable again. See, Vettel expects a strong surge to end this season. Despite the drivers championship out of reach, the constructors title is still within grasps. Plus, Vettel wants to end the year as good as they can and hope to transfer some new found success over to the start of the 2019 season. See, Vettel started 2018 off great. He won each…

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Johnson, Alonso To Do Ride Swap IN Bahrain

We all figured it was coming. When Jimmie Johnson and Fernando Alonso shared social media videos of an upcoming deal with the duo, a ride swap was likely on the horizon. Well, on Friday, it came to fruition. Seven-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Johnson and Formula One world champion Alonso will do a ride swap on Nov. 26 at the Bahrain International Circuit. The deal comes a day after the 2018 F1 season finale on the same 3.363-mile circuit. NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson and Formula 1 champion Fernando…

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Can Hamilton Catch Schumacher?

Now that we’re clear of Lewis Hamilton clinching the 2018 Formula One championship and had some time to digest it, the question that always comes up in the heat of the moment still rings just as important, can Hamilton surpass Michael Schumacher as the best ever? Hamilton, just tied Juan Manuel Fangio for second most F1 championships ever at five. He now only trails Schumacher by three in the world championship department. His 71 wins are 20 shy of Schumacher for most ever too. 

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