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Formula 1

Tech Corner: Could Shield return in 2019?

Sam Collins and Jennie Gow discuss how Halo will impact on the teams in 2018 and ask if it's the last we've seen of Shield.

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Is Halo right for Formula One?

Jennie Gow and Sam Collins talk at Force India's factory about how Halo will affect the cars in the 2018 season.

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The Pit Stop: What's it like to lead the Indy 500?

Jennie Gow and Max Chilton tackle your toughest social media questions following the British Grand Prix.

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Do Mercedes have the upper hand?

Max Chilton discusses the title challenge between Ferrari and Mercedes and asks whether Mercedes have the momentum on their side.

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Chilton 'honoured' to have led at Indy 500.

Max Chilton spoke with Jennie Gow about the differences between Indycar and Formula One.

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Tyre failures shift momentum to Mercedes.

Jennie Gow and Max Chilton discuss whether the incidents that occurred at Silverstone have shifted the Championship momentum back to Mercedes.

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Radio Ga Ga: British Grand Prix.

Daniil Kvyat pushes censoring to the limit, while Lewis Hamilton thanks his fans at the British Grand Prix.

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My Wish: Young fan gets dream day with Danica at Daytona.

A rare progressive neurological disorder won't stop 18-year old Gabrielle Jahn from riding shotgun with her favorite NASCAR driver, Danica Patrick, at Daytona International Speedway.

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SC Featured: Driver Clauson's legacy lives on.

Nine months after Bryan Clauson was killed in a racing crash, his family meets the recipient of his donated heart: a 63-year-old Army war veteran.

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