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F1 News Today: Red Bull involved in major leak as Hamilton gets long-awaited green light

F1 News Today: Red Bull involved in major leak as Hamilton gets long-awaited green light

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F1 News Today: Red Bull involved in major leak as Hamilton gets long-awaited green light

F1 News Today: Red Bull involved in major leak as Hamilton gets long-awaited green light

Red Bull appear to have shown their hand early when it comes to the rebranding of their AlphaTauri team, with the organisation's junior team changing their Instagram handle to 'VisaCashAppRB' - assumed to be shorthand for Visa Cash App (or CashApp) Racing Bulls.

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'Worst team name ever' - Twitter reacts to BOLD AlphaTauri rebrand

The team formerly known as AlphaTauri appeared to leak their new name on social media on Thursday night, and fans reacted...strongly.

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Hamilton given major backing to finally win record F1 title

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff is unwavering in his belief that Lewis Hamilton possesses the capability to secure an unprecedented eighth world championship, provided he has a competitive car.

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Red Bull urged to sign 'mustard' F1 star in Ricciardo snub

In a call for reconsideration, former team owner Eddie Jordan has advocated for Red Bull to give British-Thai driver Alex Albon a second opportunity within the team.

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Driver killed at Miami F1 track after violent crash

Local authorities have confirmed the death and incident that also saw the driver's car slam into the wall of a bridge before vaulting a barrier and landing on a part of the F1 track below

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Mercedes F1 signing spree continues with another major 'long-term' deal

Mercedes have tied down another one of their most important staff to a new contract – the second such signing by the F1 title hopefuls in the past few days.

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Cost cap revelation comes to light after F1 team admit running close to limit

Haas F1 team owner, Gene Haas, has admitted that they are 'pretty darn close' breaching the cost cap limit as he hit back at claims that the team do not spend as much money as their rivals.

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