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MotoGP 2019: News, Silverstone, British Grand Prix, schedule, Daniel Ricciardo

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SILVERSTONE was the scene of last weekend’s dramatic Formula 1 race, but memories at the venue are much more anxious for MotoGP.

A lack of drainage, coupled with the deterioration of asphalt laid in 2018, led to the cancellation of last year’s MotoGP race at Silverstone. Fans went home empty-handed as MotoGP said there was “no option” to rearrange the race on the Monday.

At the time, MotoGP race director Mike Webb blamed the then-new surface.

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Tailem Bend Supercars 2019, Red Bull Holden, Jamie Whincup, Shane van Gisbergen, Scott McLaughlin, Mark Skaife column

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This weekend we head to Tailem Bend, which has quickly proven itself to be one of the most challenging tracks in the country.

One of the takeaways from the last round at Ipswich was that the Red Bull Holden Racing Team has certainly found pace. Testing and the race meeting at Queensland Raceway showed that both Jamie Whincup and Shane van Gisbergen have made real ground.

If you take the team’s recent pace at Ipswich and their performance at Tailem Bend last year, where Whincup and van Gisbergen shared the race wins, you’d have to say they’re the ones to beat this weekend.

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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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