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Supercars 2020, Supercars calendar 2020, race format, Super400 format

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Supercars has confirmed sprint events in 2020 will run under a new banner.

From next season, the previously-named SuperSprint events will take on the Super400 name, in line with the format changes.

When Supercars released the calendar for next season, it also confirmed a number of format changes, including extending the Saturday races at SuperSprint events to 200km to mirror the Sunday race.

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Trump says Bubba Wallace should apologise, Redskins are weak for name change

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If there’s two sports in America where Donald Trump feels like he has the balance of power it’s NASCAR and the NFL.

America’s football and stock car racing competitions are hugely popular in parts of the country where Trump enjoys the most support, so he had no second thoughts about wading into the most divisive conversations happening in both codes right now.

First NASCAR, which is still reeling from a recent controversy where the sport’s only black driver Bubba Wallace found a noose hanging in his garage stall ahead of a race.

The garage door pull-rope fashioned like a noose — widely seen as a symbol of lynchings in the American South — sparked outrage when it was discovered during a period of nationwide protests over police brutality and racism.

The FBI investigated and found it not to have been a hate crime — the rope had been hanging in the stall months before the June 23 race at Talladege Superspeedway in Alabama — but not before dozens of Wallace’s fellow drivers joined him in a walk of solidarity up the track.

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F1 news 2020, Austrian Grand Prix, results, standings, next race, five things we learned, highlights, Ferrari, Vettel, Hamilton

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Formula 1 is back – and back with thrilling overtakes, an abundance of retirements and plenty of controversy.

Valtteri Bottas kicked off the delayed season with a win – as he did last season – but Red Bull struggled at its home circuit and Daniel Ricciardo had a frustrating afternoon, albeit with a big silver lining.

Here’s five things we learned from the Austrian Grand Prix…

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Norris pumped for podium spot

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F1 2020, Austrian Grand Prix: result, news, Lando Norris podium finish, Swearing, Valtteri Bottas wins

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Lando Norris screamed with joy as the McLaren driver picked up the first podium of his fledgling Formula One career.

The 20-year-old could be heard screaming and shouting expletives into the radio after a brilliant performance at the Austrian Grand Prix.

The Guilford star, who holds dual British and Belgian nationality, put in the ride of his life in Spielberg finishing third behind Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas and Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc.

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