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Lewis Hamilton is envisaging another “tough” Mexican Grand Prix for Mercedes in the wake of “pretty shocking” results in each of the past two seasons.

Hamilton has his first mathematical opportunity to clinch a sixth drivers’ world title in this Sunday’s race, but to have any chance he must finish on the podium — something he has not managed in Mexico City since 2016, despite clinching the last two championships there.

Red Bull have won the last two races at the atmospheric Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, with Ferrari also beating Mercedes last year around a complex circuit where downforce is reduced amid high altitude and car cooling is a key challenge. The Scuderia’s field-leading straight-line speed is likely to make them an even greater threat this weekend.

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F1 2020, restart date: Austria to host two races in July to start season

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Austria is set to open the Formula One season with two races on July 5 and 12 after government approval was given on Saturday.

The country’s health ministry gave the green light for both races, which will be held without spectators amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The races are due to be held in the village of Spielberg, about 200 kilometres southwest of the capital Vienna.

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F1 2020: Williams consider selling after heavy financial losses

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Williams has announced it is considering selling the Formula 1 team after a dip in the company’s financial results.

The Williams Grand Prix Holdings group reported an adjusted loss of £13m (A$23.9m) for the year ending 2019, against profits of £12.9m in 2018, and new investment will now be sought.

Offering a minority or majority stake will be considered, but so too will an outright buy-out.

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F1 2020: Ferrari launch driver academy in Sydney to find Asia-Pacific talent

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Formula One giants Ferrari have chosen Sydney as the base for a new program aimed at unearthing top driver talent in the Asia-Pacific region.

The Ferrari Driver Academy will be based a Sydney Motorsport Park with the aim of attracting drivers from Australia, New Zealand and countries through Asia.

Similar development programs have produced talent such as the Italian team’s current F1 driver Charles Leclerc.

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