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F1 steps into fantasy world with equity stake

LONDON Formula One is targeting the lucrative U.S. fantasy sports market with the launch on Thursday of daily pay-to-play and traditional free F1 games in partnership with Dublin-based PlayON.

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Motor racing - Beware the Hamilton fightback, warns Rosberg 18 Apr 2018

LONDON Lewis Hamilton's Formula One rivals should beware the backlash because the four-times world champion's dip in form will not last long, his former Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg has warned.

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Ricciardo wants two-year deal because of F1 uncertainty 18 Apr 2018

LONDON Daniel Ricciardo says he does not want his next Formula One contract to tie him down for the next four years due to the uncertainty over the sport's future and instead wants to sign a two-year deal.

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The win helps, but Ricciardo wants more from Red Bull 18 Apr 2018

LONDON Daniel Ricciardo says he needs more than winning last Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix to convince him to stay with Red Bull next season.

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Motor racing - Max needs to think more, says Verstappen's father 17 Apr 2018

LONDON Max Verstappen's father Jos has advised the Red Bull driver to think more carefully after his recent botched overtaking manoeuvres drew criticism and calls to calm down.

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Motor racing - Horner sees no reason for Ricciardo to leave 16 Apr 2018

SHANGHAI Red Bull hope they can convince Daniel Ricciardo to stay with them after giving the Australian a winning car in Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix.

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Motor racing - Red Bull and Ferrari are prising open the Mercedes grip 16 Apr 2018

LONDON It may be premature to call the end of an era of Mercedes domination but Daniel Ricciardo's thrilling win for Red Bull in Shanghai on Sunday marks a clear shift in the Formula One landscape.

Motor racing - F1 to set up fully-fledged local entity in China 16 Apr 2018

SHANGHAI Formula One's planned Chinese joint venture will have its own marketing, licensing and media rights arms dedicated to growing the sport's presence in the vast but still nascent market, commercial managing director Sean Bratches has said.