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English Racing Automobiles (ERA) was a British racing car manufacturer active from 1933 to 1954.


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1950, 1951, 1952,

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drivers who drove for ERA

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1 Bob Gerard
2 Cuth Harrison
3 Peter Walker
4 Leslie Johnson
5 Tony Rolt
6 Brian Shawe Taylor
7 Stirling Moss

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The Australian has had difficult weekends at Imola and Portimao, being unable to match teammate Lando Norris.<br>But the contrast was huge during qualifying at the Portuguese Grand Prix when Ricciardo was dumped out of Q1 as he lacked confidence to push his McLaren as he would like. He will start from 16th on the grid.<br>McLaren is clear that Ricciardo is simply lacking mileage in ...

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The Duke of Edinburgh died at the age of 99 last Friday, with the British Royal funeral taking place at St George's Chapel at Windsor on 3pm this Saturday.<br>In line with multiple other sports, F1 and the FIA has confirmed the Emilia Romagna GP schedule will be altered "out of respect" to avoid running at the same time as the funeral.<br>Qualifying for the Emilia Romagna GP will now start at 2pm ...

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While the team is well aware that its chassis is not performing as it would like against its main F1 rival, it is also facing headaches in getting on top of its energy recovery systems for the season opener.<br>Team boss Toto Wolff reckoned that Mercedes was losing out to Honda in terms of its derating – which is when the engine boost that comes from its energy recovery systems runs out at the ...

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From winning the Japanese Formula 4 title to earning a drive in F1 in the space of three years, via standout campaigns in FIA Formula 3 and Formula 2 - it’s an impressive rate of progression by anybody’s standards. But, it could have all been quite different without the intervention of a certain Satoru Nakajima, who in 1987 became the first Japanese driver to complete a full season in F1 as ...

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Red Bull has won races in six of the seven seasons since Mercedes replaced it as F1’s benchmark team at the start of the turbo hybrid era, but since Ricciardo left to join Renault at the end of 2018, only Verstappen has continued to take victories.<br>In the two seasons since Ricciardo’s departure, Alex Albon’s pair of podiums represent the only times Red Bull’s other driver has managed to ...

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2021 will be the first year in F1 history where team spending is regulated, limiting them to a $145 million cost cap in a bid to make the field more competitive.<br>F1 is also working to a revised governance structure this year under the new Concorde Agreement, which looked to create greater political parity between teams.<br>McLaren has enjoyed a steady rise through the F1 field in recent years ...

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Wolff says that Valtteri Bottas’ difficulties at the end of the season highlighted the change of mindset that comes when a driver’s Formula 1 title ambitions have ended. It was a factor that he suggests was not always appreciated before.<br>After a difficult Sakhir GP weekend, where Bottas was overshadowed by stand-in George Russell, the Finn and Wolff had talks to discuss ...

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The Dutchman and teammate Alex Albon endured some tricky times throughout the 2020 campaign, with the RB16 suffering from aero anomalies early in the season.<br>The car's unpredictable handling, and nervous rear end, caught both drivers out at times, although good progress was made by the Milton Keynes-based outfit in the early races.<br>While intrigue about the car’s characteristics dominated ...

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The Renault driver was deeply unhappy last weekend that screens were filled with repeat showings of Grosjean's fiery accident – just as other drivers were preparing to get back in their cars.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Ricciardo disgusted by "disrespectful" Grosjean replays <br>Vettel questions excessive crash replays: "We're human beings"<br>F1 defends Grosjean TV coverage after Ricciardo ...

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But one equally crucial aspect of his survival is that Grosjean was able to emerge from around 29 seconds inside a fireball with only very light burns to his hands.<br>His fireproof overalls, underwear, socks, balaclava and gloves all did exactly what they were designed to do in protecting him from the flames.<br>That success is testament to both the FIA, in introducing new tougher safety ...

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Grosjean’s own team boss Gunther Steiner has also supported the coverage, saying it was important for people at home to know what had happened.<br>After the initial live shot showing Grosjean’s Haas car exploding in the background, nothing was broadcast until the Frenchman was seen sitting in the FIA medical car being attended to by Dr Ian Roberts.<br>Even though it was clear that the driver ...

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The recovery vehicle had been sent out to retrieve the stricken Williams of Nicholas Latifi, who had spun off at the high-speed Turn 8 in the first section of qualifying in Turkey.<br>But the Q2 session began with the crane still in front of the barriers and it only being protected by local double waved yellow flags in the slippery conditions.<br>F1 race director Michael Masi explained afterwards ...

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Racing Point's actions in cloning last year's Mercedes W10 caused controversy earlier this year, with rivals unhappy that the Silverstone-based outfit had gained such an advantage by copying a rival car.<br>Following a protest from Renault, Racing Point was found guilty of having illegally used Mercedes' design IP with its rear brake ducts. The team was fined 400,000 euro and docked 15 ...

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The world champion delivered a dominant performance at the Algarve circuit to grab a record-breaking 92nd Formula 1 career win – beating the record previously held by Michael Schumacher.<br>But it was not all plain sailing for the Briton, who said that he faced a battle with his right calf muscle towards the end of the race.<br>"You know it's an incredibly physical sport but I had a cramp in my ...

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Mercedes has raced with its high-performance AMG brand as part of its official F1 team name since 2012, as well as carrying AMG sponsorship on its F1 car models.<br>Daimler CEO Ola Kallenius revealed earlier this month in a strategy briefing that ties between the AMG brand and Mercedes’ F1 team would be strengthened moving forward as part of a wider company emphasis on its sub-divisions.<br>A ...

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Formula 1 returns to the Nurburgring this weekend for the first time since 2013 as the Eifel Grand Prix becomes the latest new name for a race previously known as the German, European and Luxembourg GP.<br>Coined the 'Green Hell' by Jackie Stewart, the Nurburgring in its original form was the longest and most challenging circuit on the calendar, producing its fair share of great drives that have ...

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Red Bull has struggled to match Mercedes for outright pace through the opening six races of the 2020 season, especially over one lap in qualifying.<br>But Verstappen has been able to get closer to Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas in the races, finishing in the top two at each of the last four rounds, including a victory in the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix.<br>Reflecting on the opening six races ...

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Mercedes switched from its traditional white overalls to a black design as part of a pre-season rebrand that saw its car change to a black livery in an anti-racism message.<br>Bottas reported during the Spanish Grand Prix that the black overalls were "f**king hot" as track temperatures neared 50ºC through the race.<br>The Finn said after the race that he had lost 3kg through the grand prix, and ...

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Early in the Barcelona race Bottas was heard telling his engineer on the radio “these black overalls are f**cking hot.”<br>The move from white to black overalls was part of a pre-season rebranding exercise that saw the team also switch its car from traditional silver livery to black as part of its ongoing diversity message.<br>“It was really hot in the car,” Bottas said after the race ...

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Mercedes fell to its first defeat of the 2020 season at the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix last Sunday after struggling with blistering on the rear tyres of both its cars during the race.<br>It left Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas unable to keep up with Red Bull’s Max Verstappen, who swept to an unlikely victory after a masterclass in tyre management.<br>Mercedes struggled at ...

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The Spaniard is adamant that contemporary F1 machinery is a step above anything the sport has had before – with cars faster and more powerful than ever.<br>But Sainz believes there is a disconnect between how spectacular F1 cars feel to drive and how they look on television.<br>He reckons that footage of cars from the 1990s, which were several seconds slower, looks faster than machinery from now ...

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The Dutchman has spent the weekend trying to get the best out of a new wing philosophy that his team has brought to the Red Bull Ring, and he admitted that he still had not got a perfect set-up for qualifying.<br>After ending up 0.538 seconds adrift of pole position man Valtteri Bottas, Verstappen reckoned that his car had potential to do better, although he was sceptical about being able to beat ...

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Ex-Formula 1 and CART driver Zanardi struck a vehicle while taking part in a handbike event in Siena on 19 June, leaving him with head and facial injuries. Zanardi underwent surgery upon admission and has remained in a medically-induced coma since, with the most recent update being issued last Wednesday confirming his condition remained serious.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Hospital says Zanardi's ...

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With governments around the world still pushing to try to avoid a second wave of coronavirus infections, the first batch of grands prix will all take place behind closed doors with no spectators allowed in.<br>While other sports, including some of football's major leagues, are showing selected events on free-to-air television because governments are eager to put live action on again for the ...

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Up until now, much of that focus has revolved around the cars and engines, with teams using many thousands of data points to try to find that winning margin over their rivals.<br>Soon, however, even racing overalls could become a new high-tech battleground too – with the door opening up for potential benefits that could help drivers perform better for longer.<br>Over recent years, the race wear ...

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