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about Racing Point

Racing Point F1 Team competing as SportPesa Racing Point F1 Team is a Formula One racing team established from the Racing Point Force India team at the beginning of the 2019 season. The team uses the constructor name "Racing Point" and competes under a British licence and is based at Silverstone, United Kingdom.

The team was formed in February 2019 from the former team Racing Point Force India. In August 2018 a consortium of investors which included André Desmarais, Jonathan Dudman, John D. Idol, John McCaw Jr., Michael de Picciotto and Silas Chou named Racing Point UK Ltd. and led by Lawrence Stroll, the father of former Williams driver Lance Stroll, purchased the assets of the then-existing Sahara Force India F1 team.

The 2019 season saw the team branded as SportPesa Racing Point F1 Team, as the new car, the Racing Point RP19 was announced in Toronto, Canada. The car will be driven in the 2019 Formula One World Championship by Sergio Pérez and Lance Stroll and will debut at the 2019 Australian Grand Prix.


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1 Sergio Pérez PER
2 Lance Stroll STR
3 Nico Hülkenberg HUL

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On Thursday in Sochi the Mexican said that “some people inside the team tend to hide things”, adding that “we just have to be as transparent as possible to make sure we achieve our goals.”<br>After his quotes appeared online Perez had a talk with the Racing Point team management, which led to him issuing a clarification on social media, noting that the “air is totally ...

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Perez will leave Racing Point at the end of the 2020 season to make way for four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel, with his exit being confirmed two weeks ago.<br>Perez said on Thursday that some members of the Racing Point team had started to withhold information from him since his exit was announced, and called for greater transparency to aid the team’s bid for third place in the ...

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Perez announced ahead of the Tuscan Grand Prix earlier this month that he would be leaving Racing Point at the end of the year after the team opted to trigger an exit clause in his contract.<br>It paved the way for four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel to be signed for 2021, while Perez is now evaluating his options to remain in F1 for next year.<br>Perez has been with the Silverstone-based ...

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The Silverstone-based outfit had hoped to run both its car with the latest updates for this weekend's Russian Grand Prix, but that plan suffered a setback when Stroll badly damaged his car in a crash at Mugello a fortnight ago.<br>The incident, which was caused by a puncture after a tyre was cut, meant the team lost all the new parts that it had run there – so had to start from scratch ...

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Racing Point was docked 15 constructors’ championship points and fined 400,000 Euros after being found guilty by the FIA of having used Mercedes-designed brake ducts.<br>That decision, allied to rivals Renault, McLaren, Williams and Ferrari initially appealing the verdict, prompted an outspoken statement from team owner Stroll in declaring that he did not accept the FIA’s ...

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Slack is the latest big-name appointment at the Formula 1 team ahead of its rebrand as Aston Martin for 2021, when it will be joined by four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel.<br>Slack has more than 30 years experience across sports marketing and business, having previously served as the chief of Michael Jordan's marketing activities during the 1990s.<br>The American then moved into football ...

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Although Perez had a long-term deal at Racing Point, the team activated an exit clause in the contract to allow it to cut the contract short and replace him with Vettel.<br>The move has caused some controversy, especially because Perez was instrumental in helping the team survive when it went in to administration as Force India in 2018, plus he has shown strong performances throughout his time ...

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Stroll was the only driver to run with the extensive updates to the RP20 in Mugello last weekend, with Sergio Perez originally scheduled to also get the parts for the next race in Sochi.<br>The changes included new shrink-wrapped sidepods, new floor, new front wing, new engine cover and new brake ducts.<br>It is the first major upgrade that the team has made since the start of the season, when it ...

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The changes to the car are the first major updates the Silverstone-based outfit has brought this season, in a year where its RP20 has raced under the shadow of being called a 'Pink Mercedes.'<br>Interestingly the changes – which include shrink-wrapped sidepods, new floor, new front, new engine cover and new brake ducts – have shown the team to be moving away from purely copying last year's ...

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On Thursday, the Silverstone-based outfit announced that Vettel would be replacing Sergio Perez for 2021, the first year under its new Aston Martin moniker.<br>The decision came after months of speculation about Perez potentially being dropped, with some even suggesting that teammate Stroll could be replaced if his performance did not come up to scratch.<br>But team principal Otmar Szafnauer said ...

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Perez announced on Wednesday that he would be leaving Racing Point at the end of the year after seven seasons with the Silverstone-based team, paving the way for four-time world champion Vettel to join from Ferrari ahead of the team’s rebrand as Aston Martin in 2021.<br>But Perez claimed that “nobody told me anything” about his impending exit, believing that his place with the team was ...

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Perez announced via his social media channels on Wednesday that he would be leaving Racing Point at the end of the Formula 1 season after seven years with the Silverstone-based team.<br>Racing Point confirmed on Thursday morning that four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel would be joining in Perez's place for next season, when it will be rebranded as Aston Martin.<br>Perez did hold a valid ...

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Following an explosive couple of weeks in May in the wake of Sebastian Vettel’s exit announcement from Ferrari, the 2021 Formula 1 driver market became somewhat dormant. Besides Mercedes’ confirmation of Valtteri Bottas for next year, and Williams' announcement of an unchanged line-up, there have been no concrete moves to talk about.<br>All eyes have been on Vettel for news of his next move ...

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In a statement posted on his social media channels on Wednesday night, Perez said he would not be remaining at the Silverstone-based team in 2021.<br>Four-time world champion Vettel has been linked with a seat at Racing Point next year – when it will be rebranded as Aston Martin – following confirmation of his exit from Ferrari in May.<br>Perez said last month that he expected speculation ...

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Following the Italian GP McLaren holds third place on 98 points, while Racing Point is 16 points behind in fourth – after the 15-point deduction triggered by the brake duct copying case verdict is taken into account.<br>Seidl thinks Racing Point lost some momentum at low downforce tracks Spa and Monza, where McLaren scored well. “I still think in terms of pure car potential, it is still the ...

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Ferrari is the last of the teams that originally submitted a notification to appeal to announce its withdrawal, which means that the case now won’t go to the International Court of Appeal, and is effectively over.<br>The original verdict announced by the FIA stewards at Silverstone will stand. <br>It means that Racing Point will retain the penalty of a €400,000 fine and 15 constructors’ ...

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Racing Point was hit with a 15-point Formula 1 constructors' championship penalty and a €400,000 fine after it was deemed to have used an illegal design process for its 2020 rear brake ducts.<br>The team maintained its innocence throughout the case, claiming it had not illegally used information from Mercedes on its 2019 brake ducts, which its 2020 part was judged to have been a copy ...

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Last month, Racing Point was handed a 15-point penalty and a €400,000 fine for using a brake duct design copied from the 2019 Mercedes W11. In addition race stewards have issued reprimands at all events where the Silverstone-based team uses the contentious ducts.<br>Ferrari was one of five teams to submit a notification of intention to appeal the original stewards’ decision. McLaren, Williams ...

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Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll attempted to get through Q2 on the medium tyre, a plan that worked for the Mercedes drivers and for Red Bull’s Max Verstappen.<br>However when Perez and Stroll didn’t show enough pace on the mediums the team switched both men to softs for their second runs in Q2, which got them through.<br>That in turn left them with only one set of softs for Q3, which duly ...

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The controversy over Racing Point’s cloning of the Mercedes car had looked set for an FIA International Court of Appeal hearing, after the Silverstone-based outfit lost 15 constructors’ championship points and was fined for having not designed its own brake ducts.<br>Renault had joined Racing Point and Ferrari in wanting to take the matter to an Appeal Court hearing, as it sought clarity over ...

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The FIA announced this month that it will be tweaking the regulations from 2021 to clamp down on car copying, preventing teams from reverse engineering other designs through photography.<br>It comes in the wake of the controversy surrounding Racing Point’s design approach for the RP20 car, which is based on the title-winning Mercedes W10 from 2019.<br>Racing Point was found to have illegally ...

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Racing Point was hit with a 15-point constructors’ championship penalty and fined €400,000 after it was deemed to have copied Mercedes’ 2019 brake duct design.<br>The team has openly claimed it attempted to reverse engineer the Mercedes W10 in designing the Racing Point RP20 by using photographs of the car, doing so within the regulations. <br>McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown said the ...

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Norris will start the Barcelona race from eighth on the grid, a place behind his team mate Carlos Sainz, while Racing Point’s Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll qualified strongly in fourth and fifth.<br>In previous races McLaren has usually shown better race pace than Racing Point, and Norris and Sainz have often overtaken its cars.<br>However, the Silverstone ...

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Szafnauer is also confident that the Silverstone team can show a much stronger race performance in the Spanish GP than it has of late, having often struggled to back up its qualifying pace on Sundays.<br>After being absent from both Silverstone events Perez was passed fit to race in Barcelona, where he qualified fourth, a place ahead of teammate Lance Stroll.<br>“No, I’m not really ...

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Racing Point was hit with a 15-point Formula 1 constructors’ championship penalty and a €400,00 fine after it was deemed to have copied Mercedes’ 2019 rear brake ducts design on its 2020 car.<br>Racing Point based the concept of the RP20 car on last year’s title-winning Mercedes W10, claiming to have reverse engineered the design based off photographs.<br>McLaren was one of four teams ...

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