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5 Top Picks & Preview For The Japanese GP

It’s crunch time in the 2019 Formula 1 season, as the final five races kick off with the Japanese Grand Prix this weekend. For Mercedes, the iconic Suzuka Circuit offers the first chance at championship glory, needing to outscore Ferrari by 14 points to wrap up the Constructors’ crown for the sixth straight year. Their

5 Top Picks & Preview For The F1 Russian GP

After Ferrari’s Singapore surprise, Formula 1 heads direct to Sochi for the Russian Grand Prix this weekend. That’s right, the Italian team threw all predictions out of the window at Marina Bay as Sebastian Vettel led the team’s first 1-2 finish since Hungary 2018, leaving their rivals in shock. The question is, does this mean

5 Top Picks & Preview For The F1 Singapore GP

After Italy brought the European season to a close, Formula 1 starts the final flyways of 2019 under the lights in Singapore this weekend. For Ferrari, the high-speed circuits at Spa and Monza gave them and their new star Charles Leclerc two moments to remember with a pair of wonderful wins. But, on the streets

5 Top Picks & Preview For The F1 Italian GP

  Following an emotional weekend in Belgium, the Formula 1 action continues as the grid gathers in Milan for the Italian Grand Prix. As expected Ferrari’s straight line speed allowed them to finally take their first win of the season at Spa-Francorchamps, with Charles Leclerc also taking his maiden F1 victory. The Monegasque’s success was

5 Top Picks & Preview For The F1 Belgian GP

Formula 1 returns from the summer break at one of the pillars of the F1 calendar, the Belgian Grand Prix. Held at spectacular Spa-Francorchamps, fans and drivers only smile as they make the pilgrimage to one of the best motorsport venues in the world. For Lewis Hamilton, Spa also represents a tricky stop on his

3 Key Players for this Weekends AFL Round 21

Friday night in the AFL sees a fantastic clash between Greater Western Sydney and Hawthorn kick off Round 21 from UNSQ Canberra Oval.  The Hawks will be desperate for a win to stay in touch with the top eight while GWS can force their way into the top four with a win of their own. 

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