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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, Daniel Ricciardo news, Sebastian Vettel, Charles Leclerc, F1 Singapore Grand Prix

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Sebastian Vettel may be lagging behind young Ferrari teammate Charles Leclerc this season, but Daniel Ricciardo believes the four-time world champion is close to bouncing back.

Vettel returns to the scene of one of his most successful playgrounds in Formula 1 this weekend in Singapore, where he has won four times.

However, the 32-year-old is currently in a winless slump stretching longer than 12 months, while Leclerc has won the last two races in Belgium and Italy.

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Aragon MotoGP 2019, MotoGP news 2019, Marc Marquez, Marc Marquez records

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What were you doing at age 26?

Pose that question to Marc Marquez and you’ll find seven world titles and 199 Grand Prix starts.

The baby-faced world champion will crack the double century of Grand Prix starts this weekend at Aragon, 11 years after he made his world championship debut.

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2020 F1 driver market, F1 news 2019, F1 silly season 2020

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A manic Thursday of news in Singapore shed more light into how the grid will line up in 2020, with just five seats now left on next year’s grid.

Haas confirmed Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen will stay on for a fourth year together, while Robert Kubica confirmed his exit from Williams at season’s end.

Both decisions have seemingly closed the door on Nico Hulkenberg making a return to Formula 1 next season, with the German to be replaced at Renault by Esteban Ocon from 2020.

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