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Red Bull have beaten world records for F1 pit stops on the ground and now they have taken to changing wheels at speed while weightless.

Using the team’s first-ever F1 car, the RB1 from 2005, a pit crew set to work in the challenging and unique conditions of zero-gravity at an altitude of nearly 33,000 feet in an Ilyushin Il-76 MDK cosmonaut training plane above the skies of Russia.

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Abu Dhabi F1 GP driver ratings, F1 2019 season ratings, F1 news 2019, Lewis Hamilton

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Who scored the top marks on this season’s final weekend?

And which drivers have the best average for the whole season?

Read on and find out below.

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Supercars 2020 grid, Supercars 2020 drivers, Steven Richards retirement, Supercars news

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Five-time Bathurst winner Steven Richards has announced his retirement from Supercars, and has announced plans to take up a managerial role at Team 18.

The 47-year-old confirmed his decision on Friday, bringing an end to a long career in the championship which boasts 460 race starts and 10 wins – five of which came at Mount Panorama.

Son of seven-time Bathurst winner Jim, Richards junior made his debut in the Australian Touring Car Championship in 1996 for Garry Rogers Motorsport, and claimed his maiden Bathurst win two years later alongside Jason Bright with Stone Brothers Racing.

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When Formula One returns in 2020, there will be a record 22 races on the schedule with renewed concerns about the demands being placed on those who keep the travelling circus on the road.

The schedule has lost Germany but is expanding with the addition of Vietnam and the return after a long absence of Dutch circuit Zandvoort.

Commercial rights holders Liberty Media want to structure the calendar so they can accommodate a maximum of 25 races.

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