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Baku made an early call to postpone the Azerbaijan Grand Prix as the race organisers wanted to avoid the “disaster” that befell the Australian GP.
Baku will not be opening the 2020 Formula 1 season with reports that organisers will announce on Monday that it has joined the list of events being postponed.
The Azerbaijan Grand Prix in June could now serve as the first race of the 2020 season, according to reports.
Mercedes produced the perfect race plan for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, earning a fourth-straight one-two finish in 2019.
Mercedes claimed a front-row lockout for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, while Ferrari’s pace vanished when they needed it.
George Russell brought an end to FP1 in Baku after a loose drain cover destroyed the underside of his FW42.
Williams deputy team principal Claire Williams was left fuming after a loose drain cover caused serious damage to George Russell’s car.
The Baku City Circuit has become a jewel of the Formula 1 calendar, and here are the five best moments from 2018.
The Azerbaijan Grand Prix at the Baku City Circuit will continue until at least 2023 after organisers renewed their deal.
Azerbaijan Grand Prix promoter Arif Rahimov has revealed that they want to negotiate a better deal with Liberty Media in order to continue hosting Formula 1 races.
The FIA has rejected Williams’ request to look again at several incidents from the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Williams have asked the stewards to review three incidents from the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, including Fernando Alonso’s driving on the first lap.
Sergio Perez believe it is “not a coincidence” that Force India reached the podium in Baku as they were “always there” to take advantage of any situation.
Brendon Hartley admits he felt “reliel” as he scored his first F1 point in Baku, saying it has taken a lot of the pressure off his shoulders.
Renault says Nico Hulkenberg will be forgiven for throwing away a points-finish in Baku, but only if that remains his one mistake for this season.
Mercedes saw the debris on the track that would rob Valtteri Bottas of the Azerbaijan win but had less than a second to tell him about it.
It was another bonkers edition of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix and it was all Marcus Ericsson’s fault. Here are the best soundbites and social media reaction from Baku.
Sebastian Vettel has defended his attempted pass for the lead on Valtteri Bottas and is using his experience to block out the criticism.
Lance Stroll has said he was “expecting” the Azerbaijan Grand Prix to be red-flagged so a more thorough clean-up operation could be carried out.
Baku did not disappoint with a little bit of everything including a Red Bull implosion and a crash behind the safety car.
Formula 1 have released on-board footage of the collision that prompted Pierre Gasly to call Kevin Magnussen the “most dangerous guy I have ever raced with”.
Sebastian Vettel has explained his approach to restarting the race behind the Safety Car after Lewis Hamilton accused him of being “dangerous”.
Kimi Raikkonen has revealed he was fortunate to finish the Azerbaijan Grand Prix after colliding with the wall at full speed during the crazy race.
Lewis Hamilton feels Sebastian Vettel’s driving at the restarts in Baku could set a dangerous precedent as the German slowed and accelerated several times.
Niki Lauda was fuming at the Baku marshals for not clearing all the debris, ruining Valtteri Bottas’ race, while saying Max Verstappen is “70%” to blame for Red Bull’s drama.
Which drivers stood out from the crowd in Baku and who needs to improve heading into the next race at the Circuit de Catalunya?
Romain Grosjean says he accidentally “bumped a switch” which led to his rather bizarre crash behind the Safety Car in Baku.
Pierre Gasly has hit out at Kevin Magnussen, accusing the Haas driver of trying to “put me in the wall at 300km/h” during the Azerbaijan GP.
Charles Leclerc says it was “quite crazy” battling, and beating, Fernando Alonso to score his first F1 championship in Baku on Sunday.
Christian Horner isn’t pointing the finger at Max Verstappen nor Daniel Ricciardo, saying both drivers are to blame and will apologise to all Red Bull personnel.