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F1 2020: Daniel Ricciardo, Renault ‘It’s not too late’, Fernando Alonso, McLaren move

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Daniel Ricciardo’s 10th place finish at the Turkish Grand Prix may have been a bit of a blip, but the Aussie star is enjoying one of his best seasons in years in Formula One.

In the final week off of the season before the last three events close out the condensed 17-race world championship, Ricciardo and Renault’s relationship is coming to an end with the Aussie joining McLaren next season.

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After a horror first season with Renault, Ricciardo has enjoyed a resurgent 2020 season, finishing with points in 11 of the 14 races so far, including two podiums at historic F1 venues Nurburgring and Imola.

Ricciardo celebrates in style

Ricciardo celebrates in style

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F1 2020: Bahrain practice results, Lewis Hamilton, Pirelli tyres

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Lewis Hamilton relished his return on Friday after 12 days’ off by securing a ‘double top’ with the fastest lap in both opening practice sessions at the Bahrain Grand Prix.

After outpacing Red Bull’s Max Verstappen in an incident-filled day, the newly-crowned record-equalling seven-time champion said he was very happy to be back in his Mercedes car — and then lambasted Pirelli as he explained why he was unhappy with their 2021 prototype tyres.

“It is great to be out there again,” he said. “I always love driving!

“It has been a bit like a test day with a lot of stuff to do and the track has been very dusty.”

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MotoGP 2020: MotoGP fall stats, Kasma Daniel, Johann Zarco, Marc Marquez, Remy Gardner, Jack Miller

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MotoGP has a new crash king after Kasma Daniel unseated Johann Zarco

The Moto2 rider fell 20 times in 2020, just one more than the next closest in Jorge Navarro.

According to MotoGP.com, a ‘fall’ is defined as the bike ‘physically touching the ground and remaining on the ground’.

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Johann Zarco was last year’s crash king. (Photo by Mirco Lazzari gp/Getty Images)
Johann Zarco was last year’s crash king. (Photo by Mirco Lazzari gp/Getty Images)Source: Getty Images

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MotoGP: Casey Stoner opens up on battle with chronic fatigue syndrome

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Aussie MotoGP legend Casey Stoner has opened up on his ongoing battle with chronic fatigue syndrome, revealing he starts each day feeling only “50 per cent” energy.

The 35-year-old two-time world champion, regarded as one of the greatest MotoGP riders of all-time, retired in 2012 and first revealed his battle with the illness last year.

And Stoner has now told Spanish newspaper El Mundo things have only become worse, although he has at least getting used to managing the disease.

“It’s been months in which I felt that my body was deteriorating for no apparent reason: I went to train and came back burst,” said Stoner, who won world titles in 2007 and 2011.

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