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F1 news LIVE: Hamilton speaks out on ‘ignorant’ Ecclestone comments, Austrian Grand Prix LATEST updates, Rosberg


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This from @LewisHamilton</a> on the Bernie IV. Maybe it was a valuable interview if it brings these sorts of words and statements from people. Change is coming whether people like it or not. That is the positive from this. #F1</a> #BLM</a> pic.twitter.com/xw8y43KQm6</a></p>n

— Jennie Gow (@JennieGow) June 26, 2020</a></p></blockquote>n

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HAMILTON SPEAKS OUT</strong></strong></p>

Lewis Hamilton has had his say on Bernie Ecclestone’s controversial views on the Black Lives Matter movement.</p>

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He said: “Bernie is out of the sport and a different generation but this is exactly what is wrong – ignorant and uneducated comments which show us how far we as a society need to go before real equality can happen.</p>

“It makes complete sense to me now that nothing was said or done to make our sport more diverse or to address the racial abuse I received throughout my career.</p>

“If someone who has run the sport for decades has such a lack of understanding of the deep routed issues we as black people deal with every day, how can we expect all the people who work under him to understand. It starts at the top.</p>

“Now the time has come for change. I will not stop pushing to create an inclusive future for our sport with equal opportunity for all.</p>

“To create a world that provides equal opportunity for minorities. I will continue to use my voice to represent those who don’t have one, and to speak for those who are underrepresented to provide an opportunity to have a chance in our sport.”</p>

https://twitter.com/JennieGow/status/1276626868414922753 </p>”},”date”:{“timestamp”:1593247130,”date_formatted”:”27th June 2020″,”time_formatted”:”9:38 am”},”author”:”Jake Lambourne”,”avatar”:{“src”:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/e61e782e3f7d2fa75a689c84a2a2473a?s=96&d=mm&r=g”,”width”:30,”height”:30}},{“id”:”290929″,”type”:”new”,”post_id”:”11924790″,”css_classes”:”liveblog byuser comment-author-alan-scott odd alt thread-odd thread-alt depth-1 liveblog-entry liveblog-entry-class-290929″,”content”:{“rendered”:”

GOOD MORNING FORMULA ONE FANS,</strong></p>n

Former F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has had his say over Lewis Hamilton’s support of the Black Lives Matter movement, and caused controversy in the process.</p>n

While generally supportive of Hamilton attending the demonstration in Hyde Park last week, he then added that sometimes black people are more racist than white people.</p>n

Ecclestone said: “This last campaign he’s doing for Black people is wonderful. He’s doing a great job and it’s people like that — easily recognisable — that people listen to.</p>n

But commenting on the world champ’s Hamilton Commission, he said: “I don’t think it’s going to do anything bad or good for Formula One.</p>n

“It’ll just make people think which is more important. I think that’s the same for everybody.</p>n

“People ought to think a little bit and think: ‘Well, what the hell. Somebody’s not the same as White people and Black people should think the same about White people.'</p>n

“In lots of cases, Black people are more racist than what White people are.”</p>n

Meanwhile, Lewis Hamilton reckons this will be the “most difficult” Formula 1 season he has ever faced.</p>n

He said: “We are preparing the best way we can for what is going to be the most difficult season.</p>n

“I think, that Formula 1 and all us have experienced with the difficult times we are facing, and the changes that we have to make in order to operate.” </p>n”,”raw”:”

GOOD MORNING FORMULA ONE FANS,</strong></p>


Former F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has had his say over Lewis Hamilton’s support of the Black Lives Matter movement, and caused controversy in the process.</p>


While generally supportive of Hamilton attending the demonstration in Hyde Park last week, he then added that sometimes black people are more racist than white people.</p>


Ecclestone said: “This last campaign he’s doing for Black people is wonderful. He’s doing a great job and it’s people like that — easily recognisable — that people listen to.</p>


But commenting on the world champ’s Hamilton Commission, he said: “I don’t think it’s going to do anything bad or good for Formula One.</p>


“It’ll just make people think which is more important. I think that’s the same for everybody.</p>


“People ought to think a little bit and think: ‘Well, what the hell. Somebody’s not the same as White people and Black people should think the same about White people.'</p>


“In lots of cases, Black people are more racist than what White people are.”</p>


Meanwhile, Lewis Hamilton reckons this will be the “most difficult” Formula 1 season he has ever faced.</p>


He said: “We are preparing the best way we can for what is going to be the most difficult season.</p>


“I think, that Formula 1 and all us have experienced with the difficult times we are facing, and the changes that we have to make in order to operate.” </p>”},”date”:{“timestamp”:1593238571,”date_formatted”:”27th June 2020″,”time_formatted”:”7:16 am”},”author”:”Alan Scott”,”avatar”:{“src”:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/66699a0cd509bd1a4ccf96f4e347b83a?s=96&d=mm&r=g”,”width”:30,”height”:30}},{“id”:”290729″,”type”:”new”,”post_id”:”11924790″,”css_classes”:”liveblog byuser comment-author-joe-brophy even thread-even depth-1 liveblog-entry liveblog-entry-class-290729″,”content”:{“rendered”:”

DAN THE MAN</strong></p>n</p>n

Daniel Ricciardo says he had embraced the ‘new normal’.</p>n</p>n

He told reporters in a Renault F1 video call on Friday: “Im a hugger. I like hugging people. So thats going to change.</p>n</p>n

“I’ve got to keep my distance. Were going to find some new ways to embrace each other, especially after a good result. But obviously were going to do what we can to keep this thing away and keep it out of the paddock. So no hugging. No hugging for now.”</p>n”,”raw”:”

DAN THE MAN</strong></p>

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Daniel Ricciardo says he had embraced the ‘new normal’.</p>

</p>

He told reporters in a Renault F1 video call on Friday: “Im a hugger. I like hugging people. So thats going to change.</p>

</p>

“I’ve got to keep my distance. Were going to find some new ways to embrace each other, especially after a good result. But obviously were going to do what we can to keep this thing away and keep it out of the paddock. So no hugging. No hugging for now.”</p>”},”date”:{“timestamp”:1593199089,”date_formatted”:”26th June 2020″,”time_formatted”:”8:18 pm”},”author”:”Joe Brophy”,”avatar”:{“src”:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/ee29b3db0d40a7e41df1be8fc10cd2c5?s=96&d=mm&r=g”,”width”:30,”height”:30}},{“id”:”290636″,”type”:”new”,”post_id”:”11924790″,”css_classes”:”liveblog byuser comment-author-joe-brophy odd alt thread-odd thread-alt depth-1 liveblog-entry liveblog-entry-class-290636″,”content”:{“rendered”:”

LEW BEAUTY</strong></p>n</p>n

Lewis Hamilton has sent a message to F1 fans around the world as he gears over for his most difficult season to date.</p>n</p>n

He said: “We are preparing the best way we can for what is going to be the most difficult season, I think, that Formula 1 and all us have experienced with the difficult times that were facing, and the changes that we have to make in order to operate.</p>n</p>n

“I wanted to say a big, big thank you to all of you for all the positive messages, it’s really, really helped over the past couple of months for the team and I.</p>n</p>n

“And we’re going to miss you at the races, I’m going to miss seeing you guys at the races.</p>n</p>n

“Driving past empty stands is going to be not too inspiring, it’s going to be quite lonely, but we’ll know that you guys are still there with us in spirit, so please keep your fingers crossed for us. Stay positive.”</p>n”,”raw”:”

LEW BEAUTY</strong></p>

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Lewis Hamilton has sent a message to F1 fans around the world as he gears over for his most difficult season to date.</p>

</p>

He said: “We are preparing the best way we can for what is going to be the most difficult season, I think, that Formula 1 and all us have experienced with the difficult times that were facing, and the changes that we have to make in order to operate.</p>

</p>

“I wanted to say a big, big thank you to all of you for all the positive messages, it’s really, really helped over the past couple of months for the team and I.</p>

</p>

“And we’re going to miss you at the races, I’m going to miss seeing you guys at the races.</p>

</p>

“Driving past empty stands is going to be not too inspiring, it’s going to be quite lonely, but we’ll know that you guys are still there with us in spirit, so please keep your fingers crossed for us. Stay positive.”</p>”},”date”:{“timestamp”:1593188643,”date_formatted”:”26th June 2020″,”time_formatted”:”5:24 pm”},”author”:”Joe Brophy”,”avatar”:{“src”:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/ee29b3db0d40a7e41df1be8fc10cd2c5?s=96&d=mm&r=g”,”width”:30,”height”:30}},{“id”:”290551″,”type”:”new”,”post_id”:”11924790″,”css_classes”:”liveblog byuser comment-author-joseph-miles even thread-even depth-1 liveblog-entry liveblog-entry-class-290551″,”content”:{“rendered”:”

‘UPGRADES ARE COMING'</strong></p>n

Renault will introduce three sets of upgrades to its car for the 2020 Formula 1 season-opening Grand Prix.</p>n

Cyril Abiteboul, Renault F1 team principal, said: “The upgrades are coming.”</p>n

Before he added: “I want to downplay any expectations because we know that our car was really, really bad last year.</p>n

“So we just hope that we will be slightly better.”</p>n”,”raw”:”

‘UPGRADES ARE COMING'</strong></p>

Renault will introduce three sets of upgrades to its car for the 2020 Formula 1 season-opening Grand Prix.</p>

Cyril Abiteboul, Renault F1 team principal, said: “The upgrades are coming.”</p>

Before he added: “I want to downplay any expectations because we know that our car was really, really bad last year.</p>

“So we just hope that we will be slightly better.”</p>”},”date”:{“timestamp”:1593177007,”date_formatted”:”26th June 2020″,”time_formatted”:”2:10 pm”},”author”:”Joe Miles”,”avatar”:{“src”:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/191ca1a6900dc713cc7aff9a1bdcb0dd?s=96&d=mm&r=g”,”width”:30,”height”:30}},{“id”:”290531″,”type”:”new”,”post_id”:”11924790″,”css_classes”:”liveblog byuser comment-author-sstreet bypostauthor odd alt thread-odd thread-alt depth-1 liveblog-entry liveblog-entry-class-290531″,”content”:{“rendered”:”

FLIPPIN’ EC</strong></p>n</p>n

Former F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has had his say over Lewis Hamilton’s support of the Black Lives Matter movement, and caused controversy in the process.</p>n</p>n

While generally supportive of Hamilton attending the demonstration in Hyde Park last week, he then added that sometimes black people are more racist than white people.</p>n</p>n

Ecclestone said: “This last campaign he’s doing for Black people is wonderful. He’s doing a great job and it’s people like that — easily recognisable — that people listen to.</p>n</p>n

But commenting on the world champ’s Hamilton Commission, he said: “I don’t think it’s going to do anything bad or good for Formula One.</p>n</p>n

“It’ll just make people think which is more important. I think that’s the same for everybody. </p>n</p>n

“People ought to think a little bit and think: ‘Well, what the hell. Somebody’s not the same as White people and Black people should think the same about White people.'</p>n</p>n

“In lots of cases, Black people are more racist than what White people are.”</p></p>n”,”raw”:”

FLIPPIN’ EC</strong></p>

</p>

Former F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has had his say over Lewis Hamilton’s support of the Black Lives Matter movement, and caused controversy in the process.</p>

</p>

While generally supportive of Hamilton attending the demonstration in Hyde Park last week, he then added that sometimes black people are more racist than white people.</p>

</p>

Ecclestone said: “This last campaign he’s doing for Black people is wonderful. He’s doing a great job and it’s people like that — easily recognisable — that people listen to.</p>

</p>

But commenting on the world champ’s Hamilton Commission, he said: “I don’t think it’s going to do anything bad or good for Formula One.</p>

</p>

“It’ll just make people think which is more important. I think that’s the same for everybody. </p>

</p>

“People ought to think a little bit and think: ‘Well, what the hell. Somebody’s not the same as White people and Black people should think the same about White people.'</p>

</p>

“In lots of cases, Black people are more racist than what White people are.”</p>

</p>

</p>”},”date”:{“timestamp”:1593173294,”date_formatted”:”26th June 2020″,”time_formatted”:”1:08 pm”},”author”:”sstreet”,”avatar”:{“src”:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/6351ea7350f1a7fc117115be4eaefb6d?s=96&d=mm&r=g”,”width”:30,”height”:30}},{“id”:”290519″,”type”:”new”,”post_id”:”11924790″,”css_classes”:”liveblog byuser comment-author-joseph-miles even thread-even depth-1 liveblog-entry liveblog-entry-class-290519″,”content”:{“rendered”:”

WILL I NEVER</strong></p>n

Williams have given fans a glimpse at their new livery ahead of the 2020 season opener. </p>n

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Introducing the new-look @WilliamsRacing</a> livery 👋#F1</a> pic.twitter.com/db7HUgMuHz</a></p>n

— Formula 1 (@F1) June 26, 2020</a></p></blockquote>n

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WILL I NEVER</strong></p>

Williams have given fans a glimpse at their new livery ahead of the 2020 season opener. </p>

https://twitter.com/f1/status/1276425326122405890?s=21</p>”},”date”:{“timestamp”:1593170841,”date_formatted”:”26th June 2020″,”time_formatted”:”12:27 pm”},”author”:”Joe Miles”,”avatar”:{“src”:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/191ca1a6900dc713cc7aff9a1bdcb0dd?s=96&d=mm&r=g”,”width”:30,”height”:30}},{“id”:”290476″,”type”:”new”,”post_id”:”11924790″,”css_classes”:”liveblog byuser comment-author-joseph-miles odd alt thread-odd thread-alt depth-1 liveblog-entry liveblog-entry-class-290476″,”content”:{“rendered”:”

GOING HAM</strong></p>n

Lewis Hamilton reckons this will be the “most difficult” Formula 1 season he has ever faced. </p>n

He said: “We are preparing the best way we can for what is going to be the most difficult season.</p>n

“I think, that Formula 1 and all us have experienced with the difficult times we are facing, and the changes that we have to make in order to operate.”</p>n”,”raw”:”

GOING HAM</strong></p>

Lewis Hamilton reckons this will be the “most difficult” Formula 1 season he has ever faced. </p>

He said: “We are preparing the best way we can for what is going to be the most difficult season.</p>

“I think, that Formula 1 and all us have experienced with the difficult times we are facing, and the changes that we have to make in order to operate.”</p>”},”date”:{“timestamp”:1593163044,”date_formatted”:”26th June 2020″,”time_formatted”:”10:17 am”},”author”:”Joe Miles”,”avatar”:{“src”:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/191ca1a6900dc713cc7aff9a1bdcb0dd?s=96&d=mm&r=g”,”width”:30,”height”:30}},{“id”:”290414″,”type”:”new”,”post_id”:”11924790″,”css_classes”:”liveblog byuser comment-author-jake-lambourne even thread-even depth-1 liveblog-entry liveblog-entry-class-290414″,”content”:{“rendered”:”

GOOD MORNING FORMULA ONE FANS</strong></p>n

Daniel Ricciardo has backed Lewis Hamilton in the Brit’s bid to raise awareness of the Black Lives Matter movement.</p>n

The Australian said: “I’ve certainly learned a lot the last few weeks.</p>n

“I’ve been reading, I’ve been watching and it’s opened my eyes.</p>n

“I’ve learnt that just because you might not consider yourself a racist or a person of conflict, that’s not enough.</p>n

“You have to speak up, you have to educate yourself and others around you because what I understood is, being silent is part of the problem.”</p>n

Elsewhere, Formula One chiefs have pledged to donate over £805,000 to a new foundation aimed at financing apprenticeships for under-represented groups.</p>n

F1 chief executive Chase Carey said: “We fully recognise that Formula 1 needs to be more inclusive and diverse.</p>n

“While we set out our strategy last year to improve the position of our sport, we need, and want, to do more.”</p>n

Meanwhile, Pierre Gasly claims AlphaTauri are now ready for the new season to kick off after the team completed a private test session on Wednesday.</p>n

He said: “I was really happy to be back on track after such a long wait</p>n

“I had really missed that feeling you get from driving so it was incredible to be back in the STR13 and the AT01. We had a really smooth day, doing some laps in both cars.</p>n

“I woke up this morning feeling excited and happy and I will fall asleep tonight in the same mood. It was also special to drive a Formula 1 car at Imola, which is one of my favourite tracks. I think we are now ready for Austria.‬”</p>n”,”raw”:”

GOOD MORNING FORMULA ONE FANS</strong></p>

Daniel Ricciardo has backed Lewis Hamilton in the Brit’s bid to raise awareness of the Black Lives Matter movement.</p>

The Australian said: “I’ve certainly learned a lot the last few weeks.</p>

“I’ve been reading, I’ve been watching and it’s opened my eyes.</p>

“I’ve learnt that just because you might not consider yourself a racist or a person of conflict, that’s not enough.</p>

“You have to speak up, you have to educate yourself and others around you because what I understood is, being silent is part of the problem.”</p>

Elsewhere, Formula One chiefs have pledged to donate over £805,000 to a new foundation aimed at financing apprenticeships for under-represented groups.</p>

F1 chief executive Chase Carey said: “We fully recognise that Formula 1 needs to be more inclusive and diverse.</p>

“While we set out our strategy last year to improve the position of our sport, we need, and want, to do more.”</p>

Meanwhile, Pierre Gasly claims AlphaTauri are now ready for the new season to kick off after the team completed a private test session on Wednesday.</p>

He said: “I was really happy to be back on track after such a long wait</p>

“I had really missed that feeling you get from driving so it was incredible to be back in the STR13 and the AT01. We had a really smooth day, doing some laps in both cars.</p>

“I woke up this morning feeling excited and happy and I will fall asleep tonight in the same mood. It was also special to drive a Formula 1 car at Imola, which is one of my favourite tracks. I think we are now ready for Austria.‬”</p>”},”date”:{“timestamp”:1593149579,”date_formatted”:”26th June 2020″,”time_formatted”:”6:32 am”},”author”:”Jake Lambourne”,”avatar”:{“src”:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/e61e782e3f7d2fa75a689c84a2a2473a?s=96&d=mm&r=g”,”width”:30,”height”:30}},{“id”:”290178″,”type”:”new”,”post_id”:”11924790″,”css_classes”:”liveblog byuser comment-author-joe-brophy odd alt thread-odd thread-alt depth-1 liveblog-entry liveblog-entry-class-290178″,”content”:{“rendered”:”

READY SET GO</strong></p>n</p>n

Pierre Gasly claims AlphaTauri are now ready for the new season to kick off after the team completed a private test session on Wednesday.</p>n</p>n

He said: “I was really happy to be back on track after such a long wait </p>n</p>n

“I had really missed that feeling you get from driving so it was incredible to be back in the STR13 and the AT01. We had a really smooth day, doing some laps in both cars.</p>n</p>n

“I woke up this morning feeling excited and happy and I will fall asleep tonight in the same mood. It was also special to drive a Formula 1 car at Imola, which is one of my favourite tracks. I think we are now ready for Austria.‬”</p>n”,”raw”:”

READY SET GO</strong></p>

</p>

Pierre Gasly claims AlphaTauri are now ready for the new season to kick off after the team completed a private test session on Wednesday.</p>

</p>

He said: “I was really happy to be back on track after such a long wait </p>

</p>

“I had really missed that feeling you get from driving so it was incredible to be back in the STR13 and the AT01. We had a really smooth day, doing some laps in both cars.</p>

</p>

“I woke up this morning feeling excited and happy and I will fall asleep tonight in the same mood. It was also special to drive a Formula 1 car at Imola, which is one of my favourite tracks. I think we are now ready for Austria.‬”</p>”},”date”:{“timestamp”:1593113017,”date_formatted”:”25th June 2020″,”time_formatted”:”8:23 pm”},”author”:”Joe Brophy”,”avatar”:{“src”:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/ee29b3db0d40a7e41df1be8fc10cd2c5?s=96&d=mm&r=g”,”width”:30,”height”:30}},{“id”:”290063″,”type”:”new”,”post_id”:”11924790″,”css_classes”:”liveblog byuser comment-author-joe-brophy even thread-even depth-1 liveblog-entry liveblog-entry-class-290063″,”content”:{“rendered”:”

RACE AS ONE</strong></p>n</p>n

Ricciardo also responded to Formula 1’s We Race As One initiative by sharing his hope that it was “a start” in the sport becoming “accountable”.</p>n</p>n

He said: “Probably every aspect of everything we do in life, we can do better, we can be better.</p>n</p>n

“But one thing is thinking about it, then it’s talking about it, then it’s acting on it, and I think now finally actions are being taken, and we have to hold ourselves accountable.</p>n</p>n

“It’s not just a phase, it’s not something that we do for a week and then forget about and say, ‘We’ve done our post on social media and we don’t have to worry about it anymore’… For real change to happen, it needs to continue. So I’m glad that we’re doing what we can now. It’s a start.”</p>n”,”raw”:”

RACE AS ONE</strong></p>

</p>

Ricciardo also responded to Formula 1’s We Race As One initiative by sharing his hope that it was “a start” in the sport becoming “accountable”.</p>

</p>

He said: “Probably every aspect of everything we do in life, we can do better, we can be better.</p>

</p>

“But one thing is thinking about it, then it’s talking about it, then it’s acting on it, and I think now finally actions are being taken, and we have to hold ourselves accountable.</p>

</p>

“It’s not just a phase, it’s not something that we do for a week and then forget about and say, ‘We’ve done our post on social media and we don’t have to worry about it anymore’… For real change to happen, it needs to continue. So I’m glad that we’re doing what we can now. It’s a start.”</p>”},”date”:{“timestamp”:1593104576,”date_formatted”:”25th June 2020″,”time_formatted”:”6:02 pm”},”author”:”Joe Brophy”,”avatar”:{“src”:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/ee29b3db0d40a7e41df1be8fc10cd2c5?s=96&d=mm&r=g”,”width”:30,”height”:30}},{“id”:”290024″,”type”:”new”,”post_id”:”11924790″,”css_classes”:”liveblog byuser comment-author-joe-brophy odd alt thread-odd thread-alt depth-1 liveblog-entry liveblog-entry-class-290024″,”content”:{“rendered”:”

WORK TO BE DONE</strong></p>n</p>n

Daniel Ricciardo has admitted that he felt naive following Lewis Hamilton’s bid to raise awareness of the Black Lives Matter movement.</p>n</p>n

The Australian said: “I felt a bit… I don’t know if it’s guilty or just like, ‘How can I be so naïve to everything that’s been going on?’. </p>n</p>n

“And it’s not only the last few weeks, but it’s been months, it’s been years. It is good that finally more of the world is getting exposed to it and people are behind it. </p>n</p>n

“Also, understanding that it’s okay to speak up, you’re not going to be judged, you’re not going to be criticised, and I think because of the volume of everyone getting involved, and all races getting involved, that’s been really powerful.”</p>n”,”raw”:”

WORK TO BE DONE</strong></p>

</p>

Daniel Ricciardo has admitted that he felt naive following Lewis Hamilton’s bid to raise awareness of the Black Lives Matter movement.</p>

</p>

The Australian said: “I felt a bit… I don’t know if it’s guilty or just like, ‘How can I be so naïve to everything that’s been going on?’. </p>

</p>

“And it’s not only the last few weeks, but it’s been months, it’s been years. It is good that finally more of the world is getting exposed to it and people are behind it. </p>

</p>

“Also, understanding that it’s okay to speak up, you’re not going to be judged, you’re not going to be criticised, and I think because of the volume of everyone getting involved, and all races getting involved, that’s been really powerful.”</p>”},”date”:{“timestamp”:1593099276,”date_formatted”:”25th June 2020″,”time_formatted”:”4:34 pm”},”author”:”Joe Brophy”,”avatar”:{“src”:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/ee29b3db0d40a7e41df1be8fc10cd2c5?s=96&d=mm&r=g”,”width”:30,”height”:30}},{“id”:”289940″,”type”:”new”,”post_id”:”11924790″,”css_classes”:”liveblog byuser comment-author-aterrell even thread-even depth-1 liveblog-entry liveblog-entry-class-289940″,”content”:{“rendered”:”

BACK ON TRACK </strong></p>n

Red Bull are heading to Austria after private testing their new 2020 spec car at Silverstone.</p>n

Mercedes and Ferrari have already been doing testing with drivers so that they can get used to the new vehicles.</p>n

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Back on track! 🤘 #ChargeOn</a> pic.twitter.com/McNywAJKTh</a></p>n

— Aston Martin Red Bull Racing (@redbullracing) June 25, 2020</a></p></blockquote>n

</script></div></p>n”,”raw”:”

BACK ON TRACK </strong></p>

Red Bull are heading to Austria after private testing their new 2020 spec car at Silverstone.</p>

Mercedes and Ferrari have already been doing testing with drivers so that they can get used to the new vehicles.</p>

https://twitter.com/redbullracing/status/1276092682423631872?s=20</p>”},”date”:{“timestamp”:1593083536,”date_formatted”:”25th June 2020″,”time_formatted”:”12:12 pm”},”author”:”Alex Terrell</a>”,”avatar”:{“src”:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/75622bf9fec0da44f98a717e21d53376?s=96&d=mm&r=g”,”width”:30,”height”:30}},{“id”:”289910″,”type”:”new”,”post_id”:”11924790″,”css_classes”:”liveblog byuser comment-author-aterrell odd alt thread-odd thread-alt depth-1 liveblog-entry liveblog-entry-class-289910″,”content”:{“rendered”:”

BLACK LIVES MATTER</strong></p>n

Daniel Ricciardo backs Lewis Hamilton in the Brit’s bid to raise awareness of the Black Lives Matter movement.</p>n

The Australian said: “I’ve certainly learned a lot the last few weeks.</p>n

“I’ve been reading, I’ve been watching and it’s opened my eyes.</p>n

“I’ve learnt that just because you might not consider yourself a racist or a person of conflict, that’s not enough. </p>n

“You have to speak up, you have to educate yourself and others around you because what I understood is, being silent is part of the problem.”</p>n”,”raw”:”

BLACK LIVES MATTER</strong></p>

Daniel Ricciardo backs Lewis Hamilton in the Brit’s bid to raise awareness of the Black Lives Matter movement.</p>

The Australian said: “I’ve certainly learned a lot the last few weeks.</p>

“I’ve been reading, I’ve been watching and it’s opened my eyes.</p>

“I’ve learnt that just because you might not consider yourself a racist or a person of conflict, that’s not enough. </p>

“You have to speak up, you have to educate yourself and others around you because what I understood is, being silent is part of the problem.”</p>”},”date”:{“timestamp”:1593079340,”date_formatted”:”25th June 2020″,”time_formatted”:”11:02 am”},”author”:”Alex Terrell</a>”,”avatar”:{“src”:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/75622bf9fec0da44f98a717e21d53376?s=96&d=mm&r=g”,”width”:30,”height”:30}},{“id”:”289839″,”type”:”new”,”post_id”:”11924790″,”css_classes”:”liveblog byuser comment-author-jhutchinson even thread-even depth-1 liveblog-entry liveblog-entry-class-289839″,”content”:{“rendered”:”

GOOD MORNING FORMULA ONE FANS</strong></p>n</p>n

McLaren Group are looking to borrow more than £150million off the National Bank of Bahrain in order to seem them through the downturn.</p>n</p>n

Sky News claim that McLaren wants to bolster its balance sheet by approaching the bank.</p>n</p>n

McLaren have been forced to lay off more than 25 per cent of its employees.</p>n

NBB is part-owned by Bahrain’s sovereign wealth fund.</p>n</p>n

It was also revealed last week that the F1 team is exploring selling minority stakes in the team.</p>n</p>n

And it has various assets to use as collateral, including cars driven by F1 legend Aryton Senna.</p>n</p>n

While McLaren boss Zak Brown has admitted that Formula 1’s ever-competitive midfield will be “tighter than ever” in 2020.</p>n</p>n

He told Sky Sports: “I do think this year is going to be tougher.</p>n</p>n

“Racing Point are clearly very quick with what appears to be last year’s Mercedes, and one would think it would be quick because it won the championship last year! They’re going to be very tough and I think they made the most off-season progress.</p>n</p>n

“Renault were very quick, Alfa [Romeo] were quick, AlphaTauri put in a very quick time at the end of testing and Williams showed a lot more pace than they did last year.</p>n</p>n

“So I do think this year is going to be tougher than last year and I could see us being fourth, and I could see us sliding to sixth because others have challenged.</p>n</p>n

“I think it’s going to come down to reliability, drivers continuing to do a good job, team executing, because I think there’s not much pace difference between the cars.”</p>n”,”raw”:”

GOOD MORNING FORMULA ONE FANS</strong></p>

</p>

McLaren Group are looking to borrow more than £150million off the National Bank of Bahrain in order to seem them through the downturn.</p>

</p>

Sky News claim that McLaren wants to bolster its balance sheet by approaching the bank.</p>

</p>

McLaren have been forced to lay off more than 25 per cent of its employees.</p>

NBB is part-owned by Bahrain’s sovereign wealth fund.</p>

</p>

It was also revealed last week that the F1 team is exploring selling minority stakes in the team.</p>

</p>

And it has various assets to use as collateral, including cars driven by F1 legend Aryton Senna.</p>

</p>

While McLaren boss Zak Brown has admitted that Formula 1’s ever-competitive midfield will be “tighter than ever” in 2020.</p>

</p>

He told Sky Sports: “I do think this year is going to be tougher.</p>

</p>

“Racing Point are clearly very quick with what appears to be last year’s Mercedes, and one would think it would be quick because it won the championship last year! They’re going to be very tough and I think they made the most off-season progress.</p>

</p>

“Renault were very quick, Alfa [Romeo] were quick, AlphaTauri put in a very quick time at the end of testing and Williams showed a lot more pace than they did last year.</p>

</p>

“So I do think this year is going to be tougher than last year and I could see us being fourth, and I could see us sliding to sixth because others have challenged.</p>

</p>

“I think it’s going to come down to reliability, drivers continuing to do a good job, team executing, because I think there’s not much pace difference between the cars.”</p>”},”date”:{“timestamp”:1593062494,”date_formatted”:”25th June 2020″,”time_formatted”:”6:21 am”},”author”:”John Hutchinson”,”avatar”:{“src”:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/d7090e3e6cc7b93f94b0afd0f1202ab1?s=96&d=mm&r=g”,”width”:30,”height”:30}},{“id”:”289774″,”type”:”new”,”post_id”:”11924790″,”css_classes”:”liveblog byuser comment-author-joe-brophy odd alt thread-odd thread-alt depth-1 liveblog-entry liveblog-entry-class-289774″,”content”:{“rendered”:”

FULLY VETTED</strong></p>n</p>n

Ferrari stars Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc were back at Italian circuit Mugello for private testing yesterday.</p>n</p>n

It was the first time Vettel has driven since announcing he will be leaving Ferrari at the end of the year and the first time he had driven on the Mugello track since 2012.</p>n</p>n

And the German said: “I was glad to get back in the cockpit after a break that was even longer than the usual winter one. I was also very pleased to see all the guys from the team at last.</p>n</p>n

“It was great to once again get those feelings from a car and to do so at such a spectacular track. I really think Mugello deserves to host a Formula 1 Grand Prix.</p>n</p>n

“I hadn’t driven it for eight years, so it took a few laps for me to get used to the track and then I really enjoyed myself.”</p>n”,”raw”:”

FULLY VETTED</strong></p>

</p>

Ferrari stars Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc were back at Italian circuit Mugello for private testing yesterday.</p>

</p>

It was the first time Vettel has driven since announcing he will be leaving Ferrari at the end of the year and the first time he had driven on the Mugello track since 2012.</p>

</p>

And the German said: “I was glad to get back in the cockpit after a break that was even longer than the usual winter one. I was also very pleased to see all the guys from the team at last.</p>

</p>

“It was great to once again get those feelings from a car and to do so at such a spectacular track. I really think Mugello deserves to host a Formula 1 Grand Prix.</p>

</p>

“I hadn’t driven it for eight years, so it took a few laps for me to get used to the track and then I really enjoyed myself.”</p>”},”date”:{“timestamp”:1593033469,”date_formatted”:”24th June 2020″,”time_formatted”:”10:17 pm”},”author”:”Joe Brophy”,”avatar”:{“src”:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/ee29b3db0d40a7e41df1be8fc10cd2c5?s=96&d=mm&r=g”,”width”:30,”height”:30}},{“id”:”289458″,”type”:”new”,”post_id”:”11924790″,”css_classes”:”liveblog byuser comment-author-joe-brophy even thread-even depth-1 liveblog-entry liveblog-entry-class-289458″,”content”:{“rendered”:”

FALSE START</strong></p>n</p>n

Williams is said to be ‘shocked’ that Mercedes is trying to bring RoKit in as a sponsor.</p>n</p>n

The British team already lost Unilever to McLaren in 2019.</p>n</p>n

And despite reports that Williams gave up RoKit, they are said to be annoyed that their former title sponsor will be seen on the Mercedes car from the Austrian Grand Prix onwards. </p>n</p>n

Sources inside Williams told Racefans.net: ”We are absolutely shocked that a team with whom we have worked so well for a long time, would make an agreement with a sponsor who knows what happened”.</p>n”,”raw”:”

FALSE START</strong></p>

</p>

Williams is said to be ‘shocked’ that Mercedes is trying to bring RoKit in as a sponsor.</p>

</p>

The British team already lost Unilever to McLaren in 2019.</p>

</p>

And despite reports that Williams gave up RoKit, they are said to be annoyed that their former title sponsor will be seen on the Mercedes car from the Austrian Grand Prix onwards. </p>

</p>

Sources inside Williams told Racefans.net: ”We are absolutely shocked that a team with whom we have worked so well for a long time, would make an agreement with a sponsor who knows what happened”.</p>”},”date”:{“timestamp”:1593020187,”date_formatted”:”24th June 2020″,”time_formatted”:”6:36 pm”},”author”:”Joe Brophy”,”avatar”:{“src”:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/ee29b3db0d40a7e41df1be8fc10cd2c5?s=96&d=mm&r=g”,”width”:30,”height”:30}},{“id”:”289337″,”type”:”new”,”post_id”:”11924790″,”css_classes”:”liveblog byuser comment-author-joe-brophy odd alt thread-odd thread-alt depth-1 liveblog-entry liveblog-entry-class-289337″,”content”:{“rendered”:”

LOAN TO BUY</strong></p>n</p>n

Formula One team-owner McLaren Group is reportedly in talks to secure a loan from a major Gulf-based bank to boost to its coronavirus-hit finances.</p>n</p>n

Sky News claim the British supercar-maker is in detailed negotiations to borrow more than £150m from the National Bank of Bahrain (NBB).</p>n”,”raw”:”

LOAN TO BUY</strong></p>

</p>

Formula One team-owner McLaren Group is reportedly in talks to secure a loan from a major Gulf-based bank to boost to its coronavirus-hit finances.</p>

</p>

Sky News claim the British supercar-maker is in detailed negotiations to borrow more than £150m from the National Bank of Bahrain (NBB).</p>”},”date”:{“timestamp”:1593012656,”date_formatted”:”24th June 2020″,”time_formatted”:”4:30 pm”},”author”:”Joe Brophy”,”avatar”:{“src”:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/ee29b3db0d40a7e41df1be8fc10cd2c5?s=96&d=mm&r=g”,”width”:30,”height”:30}},{“id”:”289287″,”type”:”new”,”post_id”:”11924790″,”css_classes”:”liveblog byuser comment-author-aterrell even thread-even depth-1 liveblog-entry liveblog-entry-class-289287″,”content”:{“rendered”:”

McLOAN</strong></p>n

McLaren Group are looking to borrow more than £150million off the National Bank of Bahrain in order to seem them through the downturn.</p>n

Sky News claim that McLaren wants to bolster its balance sheet by approaching the bank.</p>n

McLaren have been forced to lay off more than 25 per cent of its employees.</p>n

NBB is part-owned by Bahrain’s sovereign wealth fund.</p>n

It was also revealed last week that the F1 team is exploring selling minority stakes in the team.</p>n

And it has various assets to use as collateral, including cars driven by F1 legend Aryton Senna.</p>n”,”raw”:”

McLOAN</strong></p>

McLaren Group are looking to borrow more than £150million off the National Bank of Bahrain in order to seem them through the downturn.</p>

Sky News claim that McLaren wants to bolster its balance sheet by approaching the bank.</p>

McLaren have been forced to lay off more than 25 per cent of its employees.</p>

NBB is part-owned by Bahrain’s sovereign wealth fund.</p>

It was also revealed last week that the F1 team is exploring selling minority stakes in the team.</p>

And it has various assets to use as collateral, including cars driven by F1 legend Aryton Senna.</p>”},”date”:{“timestamp”:1593002724,”date_formatted”:”24th June 2020″,”time_formatted”:”1:45 pm”},”author”:”Alex Terrell</a>”,”avatar”:{“src”:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/75622bf9fec0da44f98a717e21d53376?s=96&d=mm&r=g”,”width”:30,”height”:30}},{“id”:”289276″,”type”:”new”,”post_id”:”11924790″,”css_classes”:”liveblog byuser comment-author-aterrell odd alt thread-odd thread-alt depth-1 liveblog-entry liveblog-entry-class-289276″,”content”:{“rendered”:”

OFF TRACK</strong></p>n

The F1 2020 game will feature the Dutch and Vietnamese tracks, but not any that have been added to the amended calendar.</p>n

Codemasters revealed that one track takes about a year’s development time to build.</p>n

But fans will be able to speed around Hanoi Circuit and Circuit Zandvoort.</p>n

Game director Lee Mather told GP Blog: “Circuits are the most time-intense element of the development, with each circuit taking the time equivalent of 1 year of development to create”</p>n</p>n

</p>n</p>n

</p>n”,”raw”:”

OFF TRACK</strong></p>

The F1 2020 game will feature the Dutch and Vietnamese tracks, but not any that have been added to the amended calendar.</p>

Codemasters revealed that one track takes about a year’s development time to build.</p>

But fans will be able to speed around Hanoi Circuit and Circuit Zandvoort.</p>

Game director Lee Mather told GP Blog: “Circuits are the most time-intense element of the development, with each circuit taking the time equivalent of 1 year of development to create”</p>

</p>

</p>

</p>

</p>”},”date”:{“timestamp”:1593000125,”date_formatted”:”24th June 2020″,”time_formatted”:”1:02 pm”},”author”:”Alex Terrell</a>”,”avatar”:{“src”:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/75622bf9fec0da44f98a717e21d53376?s=96&d=mm&r=g”,”width”:30,”height”:30}},{“id”:”289253″,”type”:”new”,”post_id”:”11924790″,”css_classes”:”liveblog byuser comment-author-aterrell even thread-even depth-1 liveblog-entry liveblog-entry-class-289253″,”content”:{“rendered”:”

ZANARDI UPDATE</strong></p>n

The family of the former F1 driver have issued a statement updating everyone on his condition.</p>n</p>n

</p>n

</p>n</p>n

n

n

Latest update on Alex Zanardi #F1</a>. pic.twitter.com/JlTzAFzosJ</a></p>n

— Jennie Gow (@JennieGow) June 24, 2020</a></p></blockquote>n

</script></div></p>n”,”raw”:”

ZANARDI UPDATE</strong></p>

The family of the former F1 driver have issued a statement updating everyone on his condition.</p>

</p>

</p>

</p>

</p>

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French Soccer’s Renegade President Would Like a Word. With Everyone.

Mike Tyson was stopped from hitting on Naomi Campbell by philosopher A.J. Ayer and said ‘do you know who the f*** I am?’