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Tickford Racing reveals wildcard for Supercars OTR SuperSprint

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Tickford Racing has revealed its wildcard Ford Mustang that will be steered by Thomas Randle at next week’s OTR SuperSprint.

The 23-year-old has impressed in the ongoing Super2 season for the Ford squad, which had been working on getting Randle into the main game aboard a wildcard entry.

Randle will drive a Scandia-liveried Mustang using the spare chassis owned by Tickford customer 23Red Racing.

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Supercars 2020: Victorian teams travel to NSW after border lockdown,

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The future of the Supercars’ season has been secured following a last-minute dash for the border by the five Victorian-based teams.

Following the Victorian Premier’s announcement that interstate travel would be banned, the five teams – Walkinshaw Andretti United, Erebus Motorsport, Tickford Racing, Kelly Racing, and Team 18 – all immediately packed up shop and travelled to NSW.

The Sydney Motorsport Park garages were opened to teams ahead of the Truck Assist Sydney Supersprint on July 18-19, while hotels were booked adjacent to the track.

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Austrian GP: Red Bull laments ‘brutal’ F1 nightmare

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Red Bull boss Christian Horner has admitted that leaving the Austrian GP empty-handed “feels pretty brutal” after Max Verstappen and Alex Albon both hit problems on a nightmare start to the team’s F1 title quest.

Verstappen was running second before his electrical failure while Albon made contact with Lewis Hamilton when challenging for that position before retiring from the race himself, leaving Red Bull with zero points.

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Asked about the positives from the race, Horner told Sky F1: “That it’s over.”

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F1 news 2020, Austrian Grand Prix, Ferrari, Vettel, Martin Brundle column, Mercedes, Hamilton

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That was a very ‘old school’ race and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Great wheel-to-wheel action (even a wheel falling off), lots of unpredictability and jeopardy, poor reliability with only 11 of the 20 starters seeing the chequered flag, and action and uncertainty all the way to the finish.

Helped along by real safety cars regrouping the pack rather than virtual ones, which only serve to put the race into a slightly confusing suspended animation with no-brainer ‘free’ pit stops.

While it’s a mere shadow of its former self from the ‘80s, and only containing 10 official corners of which, in the dry, an F1 car only really acknowledges seven of them, this Red Bull Ring has teeth. Mostly in the form of red and white kerbs which generate such a load and frequency as to dismantle the finest F1 cars and their systems.

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Norris pumped for podium spot

Norris pumped for podium spot

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