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Gronholm leads finale as title fight unfolds WRX. Hamilton eyes Mercedes role beyond racing career F1. Vettel: "Major BS" helmet rules need to change F1. Massa tips Leclerc to win a title before Verstappen F1.
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How F1 teams used to hide tobacco advertising When cigarette sponsors were still predominant, but banned at many GPs. Dorna Sports has announced a five-year deal with the new Rio Motorpark circuit to bring MotoGP back to Brazil for the first time since in ' Is Alex Marquez more than just a 'brother of But for the latter, it has been a painful journey back to glory, riding in the shadow of his brother's success Moto2.
The ex-F1 driver finding his fifth new home in a year From the highs of Le Mans 24 Hours and LMP1 honours in to a difficult Formula 1 spell the following year, Brendon Hartley's recent career has had highs and lows. He's now at his fifth home in a year and preparing for a Formula E debut FE. The legacy motorsport's 'Olympics' can build To countries with storied motorsport history, the Motorsport Games likely looked an oddity.
But the Olympics-style event gives a platform to emerging countries and could build an important legacy Other. F1's mission to go carbon neutral Formula 1 is about to announce a major sustainability drive, but the reaction to Lewis Hamilton's environmental concerns highlighted the bad reputation of motorsport's green credentials. Can F1's new mission succeed? Vinales: Yamaha form better after avoiding new parts Maverick Vinales says his improved form in the second half of the MotoGP season is down to avoiding new parts and focusing on extracting the maximum from his Yamaha bike MotoGP. Early season Australia round considered for Phillip Island could move to the start of the MotoGP calendar, as promoter Dorna Sports pushes to stage the event in better weather conditions on safety grounds MotoGP.
Vettel: "Major BS" helmet rules need to change Sebastian Vettel believes Formula 1's rule restricting drivers from changing their crash helmet designs more than once is "major BS", a sentiment shared by Max Verstappen F1. Hamilton eyes Mercedes role beyond racing career Lewis Hamilton says the idea of staying with Mercedes beyond racing in Formula 1 and being more involved with its parent company Daimler is "quite attractive" to him F1.
Rally Australia threatened by bush fires Rally Australia officials are becoming increasingly concerned by the onset of bush fires in New South Wales ahead of next week's World Rally Championship finale WRC. Massa tips Leclerc to win a title before Verstappen Former Formula 1 driver Felipe Massa says he would not rule out Charles Leclerc winning the drivers' championship before Max Verstappen F1.
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Hamilton "working on a masterpiece" in F1 Lewis Hamilton says he can still improve as a Formula 1 driver because he is "working on a masterpiece" that is not finished, despite wrapping up a sixth title F1. I already have an account. Sign in Are you a magazine subscriber?
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Brazil suffered from a deep recession starting in That economic crisis was accompanied by political turmoil, as a massive corruption scandal unspooled in the country at the highest levels of government and business , leaving few high-profile leaders unscathed. Against this backdrop, a rise in violent crime left some voters yearning for order and security, which Bolsonaro — an ex-military officer — promised to deliver.
His anti-democratic views are just one element of his disturbing rhetoric, though; the new president also freely spews misogynistic, anti-LGBTQ , and racist statements. Bolsonaro has also often been compared to US President Donald Trump ; both have a reputation for incendiary rhetoric, have tried to build campaigns on promises to end corruption and crack down on crime and chaos, and know their way around social media.
This emphatic embrace of Bolsonaro comes as the new Brazilian leader is beginning to make good on his campaign promises. He has already issued orders that undermine protections for LGBTQ populations and indigenous groups, undercutting the defenses of some of his supporters , who dismissed the seriousness of his rhetoric. Bolsonaro relied heavily on social media to promote his candidacy and get his message out.
He also faced intense opposition and protests, particularly from women. Oh, where to begin. Now Bolsonaro, like Trump, has become a larger-than-life figure. Bolsonaro has even faced charges for his discriminatory comments. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience and security.
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