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F1 TV gives subscribers saven days for free after cancelled Imola GP

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The Imola Grand Prix has been called off due to bad weather in the Italian region. As a result, the F1 calendar has gone from 23 grands prix to 22. The triple play between Imola, Monaco and Barcelona is now a double. F1 TV is providing accommodation to its subscribers.

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Verstappen went for fastest lap despite warning: 'Knew it could be done'

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Since you can get 26 points, why should you be satisfied with 25 points? That was Max Verstappen’s mind as he successfully attempted to set the fastest lap in the closing stages of the Spanish Grand Prix.

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Norris didn’t expect F1 points in Spain even before Hamilton clash

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McLaren driver Norris scored a season-best third in Spain, but he won when he clashed with Hamilton’s Mercedes on the first lap and had to pit at the end of the opening round. Hopes for points were dashed.

Hamilton escaped without major damage and went on to finish second.

After his final 17th place, Norris stressed that even before the touch, he expected points struggles due to McLaren’s continued struggles with speed and the position of several drivers further out.

Mercedes driver George Russell recovered from 12th to third, while Sergio Perez’s Red Bull team moved from 11th to fourth on the grid.

Norris said: “The pace today was as expected, which is bad. I don’t think we were really expecting anything else.

“Our aim was to possibly score points, but we didn’t expect it to be like yesterday.”

Asked if points would have been possible without Hamilton’s influence, Norris replied: “Probably not, no.”

He then added: “Because we’re slow, we’ve had a full year. I don’t know, there’s nothing to say.

“Yesterday was a special day. Some good teams struggled and some worse teams did better, so it was just a weird day, people made a lot of mistakes and we just took advantage of that.

Lando Norris and the grid mechanic for the McLaren MCL60

Lando Norris and the grid mechanic for the McLaren MCL60

Photography: Jack Grant / motorsport pictures

“Other than that, we’ve been behind all season and struggled for points halfway through the race. It was the same thing today. People expected us to have a very tough day today.

“We’re obviously nowhere near Alpine, Aston or all these top five, top six teams.

“It’s pointless to think ‘we’re going to score points’ because we’re not going fast enough.”

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Explaining the clash with Hamilton, Norris said it was sparked by Hamilton checking to avoid Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz as they recovered from off-track runs while battling for the lead going into Turn 1. .

Norris described it as “just a racing incident”, explaining: “I did see Max go off the track at Turn 1, go a little wide, so he had to roll over the curb at Turn 2 and then Everyone checked it out.

“I was too close to Lewis to react and brake and all that. So it was just an unfortunate moment. Lewis was fine, he didn’t do anything wrong.”

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Marko on excelling Verstappen: 'Apart from that it was perfect'

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Max Verstappen has 26 points after the weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix. Helmut Marko is very pleased with his driver’s fifth victory of the season. Afterwards, the 80-year-old Austrian veteran also talked about Verstappen’s insistence on driving the fastest time.

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