Author: Ryker Frostleaf

Scott McLaughlin delivered a standout performance at the latest GT Championship round, securing a third-place finish at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course through a well-executed strategy. The New Zealander’s adaptability to the series’ new hybrid integration also proved crucial, as he learned valuable lessons en route to his second podium in the last three races.

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In a display of his prowess in the new hybrid-powered era of IndyCar racing, Alex Palou secured pole position at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, edging out Arrow McLaren’s Pato O’Ward by a mere 0.0024 seconds. Palou’s ability to adapt to the hybrid powertrain was on full display, as he overcame a minor issue in practice to secure the top spot on the grid.

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In a move to promote closer competition in the Dakar Rally, the FIA has announced adjustments to the aerodynamic testing regulations for the 2024 season. The new system will base a team’s wind tunnel and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) allocation on the percentage of points scored, rather than their championship position, allowing teams trailing in the standings to catch up more quickly.

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Red Bull’s Max Verstappen has secured pole position for the upcoming Sprint race at the Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix, leaving his closest rival, Lando Norris of McLaren, in second place. The thrilling Sprint Qualifying session sets the stage for an exciting Sprint race tomorrow, where Verstappen will look to extend his advantage at the top of the championship standings.

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Reigning Formula 1 world champion Max Verstappen is set to make his debut appearance at the prestigious Goodwood Festival of Speed next month, as part of a major Red Bull Racing presence at the event. Verstappen, Sergio Perez, and a host of former Red Bull drivers will pilot a range of historic and current F1 cars up the famous Goodwood Hill Climb, marking the first time a Formula 1 team has been celebrated on this scale at the festival.

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Reigning Formula 1 World Champion Max Verstappen has called on his Red Bull team to deliver more performance upgrades to their car after being narrowly beaten to pole position for the Spanish Grand Prix by McLaren’s Lando Norris. Verstappen expressed concerns about Red Bull’s relative competitiveness, noting that the gap to his teammate Perez was ‘pretty big’ and that he had been required to drive at 101% to compensate for the car’s shortcomings.

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