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F1 team Red Bull confirms expected switch to Honda engines

Honda will become Red Bull's engine supplier from next season after the Formula One team confirmed its anticipated split with Renault on Tuesday.

The Japanese manufacturer will supply engines for 2019 and 2020, and Red Bull team principal Christian Horner hailed the deal as "an exciting new phase" in the bid to return to the top of F1. Read More...

Mercedes loses ground in Formula One race

MONTREAL (AP) Mercedes arrived at the Canadian Grand Prix without the correct tires or an expected engine upgrade and left Montreal trailing in the Formula One championship standings.

Ferrari returned to the top of the podium at the track named for Gilles Villeneuve for the first time since 2004, with Sebastian Vettel going from the pole to the checkered flag to finish six seconds ahead of Valtteri Bottas' Mercedes on Sunday. Erstwhile points leader Lewis Hamilton, who was aiming for a record-tying seventh victory in Montreal, struggled to finish fifth and fell one point behind Vettel in the standings. Read More...

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel wins the Canadian Grand Prix

MONTREAL (AP) Sebastian Vettel led from the pole to the checkered flag - and then some - to claim a long-awaited Ferrari victory at the Canadian Grand Prix.

The four-time world champion sped on after the checkered flag was waved one lap too early, finishing his wire-to-wire victory at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on Sunday to claim his third win of the year and the lead in the Formula One standings. Read More...

Fernando Alonso retires from Canadian GP, his 300th F1 race

MONTREAL (AP) Fernando Alonso's 300th Formula One race ended early because of an exhaust failure.

The two-time world champion retired to the garage after 43 laps of the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday. It was the eighth time he failed to finish at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. Read More...

Vettel claims pole with record lap at Canadian Prix

MONTREAL (AP) Sebastian Vettel had a steering problem that washed out much of the first practice session at the Canadian Grand Prix and then brushed the wall later in the day.

When he brought his Ferrari out for qualifying a day later, his problems - and the rest of the field - were behind him. Read More...

Max Verstappen fastest in both practices at Canadian GP

MONTREAL (AP) Max Verstappen was in a better mood after a couple of practice sessions at Formula One's Canadian Grand Prix.

Scorching the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve with the fastest times of the day will have that effect on a driver. Read More...

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