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Valencia MotoGP, live race updates, results, timing

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The finale is upon us! It has been Marc Marquez’s season, a record-breaking season. So many storylines have featured, and this weekend is Jorge Lorenzo’s last.

So much is at stake in Valencia, with the teams’ championship still well and truly up for grabs.

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Quartararo secures pole

Quartararo secures pole

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F1 2020, Austrian Grand Prix, Styrian GP, Live, race, start time, results, Daniel Ricciardo, standings

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Welcome to FOX SPORTS’ live coverage of the Styrian Grand Prix, the second race of the delayed Formula 1 season.

Daniel Ricciardo will be hoping he finally ends his week of struggles in Austria having struck out twice already at the Red Bull Ring.

The first time was last week when he suffered the now all-too-familiar feeling of having his car retired after only 17 laps before he crashed his RS20 five days later in FP2 on Friday night (AEST).

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Hamilton slays the wet

Hamilton slays the wet

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MotoGP 2020, Spanish GP at Jerez: Season preview, Jack Miller, Ducati, Marc Marquez

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Better late than never.

The MotoGP season will finally commence in Jerez, Spain, this week after being on hold since March due to the impact of COVID-19.

And when it does, it will be eight months to the day since a wheel turned in anger in Valencia for the final race of the 2019 season.

Much has changed since.

To get you up to speed Fox Sports host Chris Stubbs and MotoGP race winner Chris Vermeulen take you through the major talking points ahead of racing’s long-awaited return.

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F1 2020, Sebastian Vettel, contract: Renault reveals why Fernando Alonso was picked, Alain Prost

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Renault signed Fernando Alonso rather than Sebastian Vettel to succeed McLaren-bound Daniel Ricciardo next year because his level of motivation was more convincing, Alain Prost said Saturday.

The four-time world champion, who is an advisor to the French team, said Renault also considered signing Valtteri Bottas, currently with Mercedes, but preferred Alonso, who will be 40 next year, for the same reasons.

“There were three great champions — Fernando Alonso, Sebastian Vettel and Valtteri Bottas,” he explained.

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Ricciardo backing in Alonso

Ricciardo backing in Alonso

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