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F1 2019: F1 2021, concept, rule changes, regulations, engine, car, ground effect

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The most telling glimpse into Formula 1’s future has been revealed, with the sport unveiling further details around the planned 2021 regulation changes.

Notably, the 2021 cars will feature ground effects – which have been banned since the 1980s – in the effort to increase overtaking.

The presentation of the rules was delayed from June to October this year to allow for further refinements, signalling the sport’s clear intention to get it right.

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Supercars news 2019: Craig Lowndes contract, Bathurst 1000, Red Bull Holden Racing Team

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Craig Lowndes will continue on as a co-driver for the Red Bull Holden Racing Team for a further two seasons.

Lowndes, who turned 45 in June, joined the team in 2005 and ran as a full-time driver with the outfit until his retirement at the end of 2018.

He won six of his seven Bathurst crowns with the team, each coming with Lowndes carrying No. 888.

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F1 news 2019: Carlos Sainz, McLaren, 2019 drivers, Daniel Ricciardo, Renault F1

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One of the key storylines heading into the 2019 season was the effect of the silly season, with just two teams carrying over their 2018 driver line-ups.

Mercedes and Haas were the only teams to go into 2019 with an unchanged combination, while Alfa Romeo, McLaren, Toro Rosso and Williams all underwent wholesale change.

After 12 races, the order has been shaken up, and Carlos Sainz — who moved from Renault to McLaren — highlighted the key year-on-year differences for drivers as they move to unlock the “secrets” behind their new cars as fast as possible.

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British MotoGP: Jorge Lorenzo set to make return at Silverstone

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Jorge Lorenzo will finally resume his 2019 campaign after an injury layoff, Repsol Honda has confirmed.

The five-time world champion will hit the track at Silverstone this weekend after missing the last four races.

Lorenzo crashed heavily in Friday practice at the Dutch TT and fractured two vertebrae. He was ruled out of the race, and the three events after that.

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