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Brazilian F1 GP, F1 podium age record, F1 news 2019, Max Verstappen, Pierre Gasly, Carlos Sainz

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Last weekend’s thrilling Brazilian Grand Prix saw an 11-year-old record broken, marking a key moment in the sport’s history as youth continue to take over – the youngest-ever podium.

In a sign the times are changing, with teams now gambling on youth, three of the youngest drivers on the grid filled the top three positions at Interlagos, all drivers aged 25 or less.

Brazil race winner Max Verstappen holds – and may forever hold – the gong as Formula 1’s youngest-ever race-winner when he crossed the line at Barcelona in 2016 as an 18-year-old.

The Dutchman – who claimed an eighth career win – holds numerous other ‘youngest’ records, and is now top of the tree when it comes to the youngest-ever podium.

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F1 2020, Styrian Grand Prix, Austria practice: Sebastian Vettel shut down by Red Bull, Formula One, contract

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Red Bull boss Christian Horner says the team have given a “definite no” to Sebastian Vettel over any chance of re-joining them for the 2021 F1 season.

Vettel is currently without a drive for next season and admitted on Thursday at the Styrian GP that “probably the answer would be yes” if Red Bull offered him the chance to rejoin the team he won his four world titles with.

However, despite speculation that Red Bull’s senior chiefs were exploring the possibility, Horner says the reunion will not be happening.

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“Obviously the topic has been raised. We had a brilliant time with Seb and he’ll forever be a part of our history,” the Red Bull team principal told Sky Sports F1.

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F1 2020: Mugello to host Formula One race, Russian Grand Prix restored, calendar, dates, schedule

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Formula One granted the wishes of its drivers on Friday by confirming Mugello will host a F1 Grand Prix for the first time in the fabled track’s history later this year.

The Grand Prix of Tuscany at Mugello is one of two new races added to a revised 10-race calendar that now also includes the Russian Grand Prix.

Mugello will host a race on September 13, followed by the Russian Grand Prix in Sochi on September 27.

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F1 news: Sebastian Vettel future, Red Bulls, Racing Point, retirement

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Sebastian Vettel has revealed that he held talks with Renault before they confirmed Fernando Alonso for 2021, while also admitting he would be open to a return to Red Bull once he leaves Ferrari at the end of the year.

In a detailed and candid discussion about his Formula 1 future, the four-time world champion also refused to close the door on Racing Point being an option, nor taking a sabbatical or retiring from the sport for good.

Vettel is a big name on the driver market after Ferrari opted to replace him for 2021, although the German is adamant that he wants to remain in F1 should a team that can match his ambitions come calling.

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