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Max Verstappen made it 1-1 in race victories with Lewis Hamilton this season. Here are our conclusions from the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.
George Russell was left scratching his head after struggling on Friday at Imola, while team-mate Nicholas Latifi shone at a new level.
The much-discussed track limits are back for round two of the 2021 season at Imola – and the stewards, it seems, plan to get tough.
Formula 1 could be in for a cold and wet Emilia Romagna Grand Prix with rain forecast for Sunday’s race.
Imola’s sole DRS zone for the Made in Italy and Emilia Romagna Grand Prix has been extended.
On the calendar for a second year in a row, Imola circuit president Giancarlo Minardi is dreaming of a “permanent” slot for track.
Imola’s second consecutive year hosting a stand-in grand prix has resulted in the 2021 edition being given a mouthful of a title.
Imola officials hope the circuit’s ‘stopgap’ return to the Formula 1 schedule turns into something more permanent.
Imola has emerged as the favourite to fill the one remaining vacant slot on the 2021 calendar, according to reports.
Europe’s last back-to-back combo of F1 races in 2020 is completed by the Emilia Romagna GP at Imola – here’s everything you need to know…
F1’s last two races have been a celebration of Lewis Hamilton – but at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, it’s likely to be the whole Mercedes team spraying the champagne.
A decision is being awaited on whether Imola can indeed allow in 13,000 fans on each day of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix weekend.
Imola is the latest circuit to confirm it will open its doors to F1 fans in 2020, with over 13,000 able to attend the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.
The promoters for the Imola Grand Prix are seeking permission to have over 10,000 fans at the race and are optimistic about their chances.
Max Verstappen has slammed the decision to hold only one practice session for the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix at Imola in November as “stupid”.
Imola is pushing hard to get a spot on this year’s F1 calendar with circuit boss Selvatico Estense saying it could make up part of a “legendary national triple”.
Italy to have more than one race on the Formula 1 calendar in years to come? Well, it could happen as Imola and Mugello are considering bids.