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Supercars news 2019: Garth Tander dropped by GRM, Garry Rogers, Richie Stanaway, latest update, Boost Mobile, quotes, reaction, schedule

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Garry Rogers Motorsport has stunned the world of Supercars by dumping veteran and former champion Garth Tander for the 2019 season, all but certainly ending his full-time driving career.

The 41-year-old only recently spoke of how he was planning to scale back on his extra-curricular racing outside of Supercars so he can focus solely on the series this year.

However, if he is to do that then it will no longer be with GRM after they announced Richie Stanaway as his replacement after he was in turn dropped by Tickford Racing in December, despite having a year still left of his contract.

Garth Tander started his career with Garry Rogers and now seemingly ends it with him too.
Garth Tander started his career with Garry Rogers and now seemingly ends it with him too.Source: Supplied

Tander was set to be the oldest person on the starting grid this year following the retirement of Craig Lowndes and revealed in a recent interview with Supercars.com that he was jokingly warned to not quit by Garry Rogers following the Holden legend’s announcement.

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F1 Australian Grand Prix 2019, qualifying, Daniel Ricciardo, Lewis Hamilton: Five things we learned in Melbourne

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Daniel Ricciardo’s first qualifying session for Renault is in the books, although it wasn’t the result he or millions of Australians were after.

Nonetheless, there is reason for Ricciardo fans to be excited for Sunday, as he prepares to do what he does best; overtake.

Lewis Hamilton is a man who likely won’t have to do much of that after he once again blitzed the field – as did teammate Valtteri Bottas – with a record-making pole position.

Here are five things we learned from Saturday at the Australian Grand Prix.

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F1 Australian Grand Prix 2019, Melbourne: Live qualifying, practice sessions, Daniel Ricciardo, Renault, results, times, standings, updates, blog, stream, highlights, video, watch, schedule

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Welcome to FOX SPORTS’ live coverage of the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix from Albert Park in Melbourne.

Daniel Ricciardo will be back in the seat of his Renault after struggling to get into it during FP2 on Friday as he was forced to miss a chunk of the session after the straps in the car wouldn’t tighten sufficiently.

He did eventually get out on track but managed only the eighth quickest lap of the session, one place behind his teammate Nico Hulkenberg.

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Ricciardo's first Renault lap

Ricciardo’s first Renault lap

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F1, Australian Grand Prix 2019, Melbourne: Daniel Ricciardo, Renault, Mercedes, Red Bull, Ferrari, latest news, schedule, practice,

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The eagerly-anticipated Formula 1 2019 season has finally arrived with the Australian GP opening the battle for the World Championship live on FOX SPORTS 506 this weekend.

There are new rules, new rivalries and new beginnings for a season which promises closer battles at both the front of the field and in the midfield.

We’ve got some of the Sky F1 team to give their predictions on what might happen this year.

Live stream the Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2019 on KAYO SPORTS. Every practice, qualifying & race live & anytime in HD. Try 14-Days Free Now >

Will Lewis Hamilton continue to close on Michael Schumacher’s title record?

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