Formula 1

8:08 AM ET The chairman of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, Carlos Ghosn, has been arrested in Japan over allegations of financial impropriety and is expected to be sacked from his position. Ghosn was arrested on his arrival in Japan on Monday after an internal investigation at Nissan revealed “significant acts of misconduct”. The Japanese car manufacturer
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7:31 AM ET Formula One is hoping to bring back the Dutch Grand Prix and build on the wave of popularity surrounding Red Bull’s Max Verstappen. “We are very interested in racing in Holland,” Sean Bratches, the sport’s commercial managing director, told Reuters when asked about a possible return to the Zandvoort circuit that hosted
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6:35 AM ET Tatiana Calderon has completed her second test for the Sauber F1 team. Over two days, the Colombian driver accumulated 590 kilometres of Ferrari’s test circuit Fiorano, in northern Italy, to follow on from her appearance at a filming day at Mexico City’s F1 circuit in October. On that occasion she was limited
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8:10 AM ET Maurice Hamilton Close • Veteran F1 journalist, covering the sport since 1977• Motor racing correspondent for the Observer for 20 years• Has written several books and covered F1 for BBC Radio 5 Live At a time when the subject of one driver coming into physical contract with another is in the news, it is coincidentally
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6:48 AM ET The head of Renault’s racing programme, Jerome Stoll, is due to be replaced by Thierry Koskas on January 1, 2019, as the French manufacturer continues its pursuit of a Formula One title. Stoll, who is set to retire at the end of 2018, became the president of Renault Sport Racing in 2016
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