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about ERA

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


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seasons

1950, 1951, 1952,

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wins ERA

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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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Mercedes has struggled for performance against the likes of Red Bull, Ferrari and McLaren with a W15 car that both lacks downforce and has some undesirable handling characteristics baked into it.That meant the Mercedes has been tough to set up and exploit to its full potential, with the various track conditions and temperatures across the first six race weekends all causing different types of ...

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Sauber already made one of the first moves of the 2025 driver market by signing Nico Hulkenberg from Haas on a multi-year deal, which takes the German into its first year as the Audi factory team in 2026.With Lewis Hamilton moving from Mercedes to take his Ferrari seat next year, Sainz is the hottest property who's currently not under contract for 2025. The 29-year-old already has links to Audi ...

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McLaren's Lando Norris and Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and George Russell completed Q3 on the theoretically slower medium as teams battle to mitigate overheating issues on Pirelli's softer C4 compound.Even polesitter Max Verstappen said he struggled, with Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko commenting to ORF that the "incalculable" tyre characteristics mean "nobody had it under control", labelling ...

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While teams and series bosses could not reach an agreement on a new points structure at the Geneva get-together on Thursday, they did sign off plans for new rear-facing cameras to appear at the Barcelona event in June.The new camera will offer fans a unique perspective on pursuing cars, as the camera will be placed on top of the rear crash structure that protrudes out the back of the car.This is a ...

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The Mercedes driver had gone into the Suzuka race hopeful that the team could build on some promising potential shown in practice with a new set-up direction for the W15.But he was put on the back foot almost immediately from the restart of the red-flagged race after a minor clash with Charles Leclerc in the opening sequence of corners left him with car damage.That meant he suffered from excessive ...

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A new front wing contributed to a good performance from Valtteri Bottas in the Melbourne race, although a pit stop delay meant that it wasn’t converted into points as he slipped back to 13th.At the next event in Suzuka, the team will have another upgrade package – which will be its third in four races – as it tries to find an edge in the tight midfield pack."Of course we know that this ...

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The return of ground-effect machinery in 2022, and the way that rear ride height is so critical to performance right now, means that teams are having to run cars very low and stiff.This means that conditions can get uncomfortable for drivers, and there have been regular complaints from a number of leading stars about the situation not being one that should be accepted for the long term.As the FIA ...

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The German manufacturer will arrive on the grid in 2026 with a works engine and chassis programme after initially buying a 25% stake in Sauber Motorsport early last year.There was speculation that Audi would stop at a 75% investment, which would be signed off much closer to 2026, but it has accelerated plans and voted for a full takeover.Read Also:


Formula 1Audi confirms takeover of ...

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As revealed by Motorsport.com earlier this week, Bell ended his association with Alpine shortly before it was announced that he had joined Aston Martin as its new technical executive director.Read Also:


Formula 1Former Alpine F1 veteran Bell joins Aston Martin


In his new role, he will oversee the technical, engineering and performance functions of the Silverstone-based squad ...

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F1 veteran Bell's official job title will be Executive Director – Technical, which means he will oversee the technical, engineering and performance functions of the Silverstone squad, reporting directly to team principal Mike Krack.Read Also:


Formula 1Enstone veteran Bell leaves advisory role with Alpine F1 team


Bell's appointment further shores up Aston's technical ...

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Bell enjoyed three separate stints with the team through its Benetton and Renault eras, starting in 1997.He took a step back to an advisory role in 2018 and subsequently – like several technical veterans at other teams – he moved away from an F1 involvement to work part-time for Alpine Labs, an organisation founded to explore the use of racing technology in other fields.Although no longer ...

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The Ferrari driver was constantly locking up his front tyres throughout the 2024 F1 opener, as he dropped from second to an eventual fourth place.Leclerc, who had been expected to be Max Verstappen's closest challenger, explained the issue struck from the opening lap before he was able to start managing it "at lap 15 or 20"."It was impossible in the first 15 laps, the issue was getting a lot worse ...

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A rapid flick right of the steering wheel ensues to correct the slide. Then he's on his way down the Hangar straight in a flash of blue, red, and yellow. Yet the error is utterly understandable: Silverstone was soaking as Red Bull shook down its latest challenger two weeks ago.But the speed of the car even in such conditions, and the heart-stopping work to gather up the wayward rear, is being ...

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With F1 regularly pushing to improve technology for the international feed that is sent to broadcasters, a host of new developments are being introduced for the 2024 season.Here is a run through of what is changing.Better team radioTeam radio broadcasts will be improved for 2024, which should help deliver better messages and in a more timely manner.F1 has created a new system to speed up the ...

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In the first official comment from the American automotive giant since a statement rejecting the bid was issued by F1 on January 31, GM’s vice president of performance and motorsport Jim Campbell said the project was still proceeding “at pace”.Speaking at Daytona on Friday, Campbell also reaffirmed that the team had requested a meeting with F1 after an IT glitch meant that an invitation sent ...

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The US-based company had a low-key arrangement with the team last season that covered the three American races in Miami, Austin and Las Vegas.That has now extended to a full global partnership with its logos featured on the cars and on drivers' overalls.Founded in 2004, Nasdaq-listed Celsius Holdings sold an 8.5% share of its business to beverage giant PepsiCo for $550 million in 2022, and it has ...

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While a raft of in-season upgrades delivered an impressive ramping up of McLaren’s form throughout 2023, the team started pondering towards the end of the year whether the changes had also introduced nasty characteristics that made the car less settled on the edge. This was especially highlighted in the final races of the year when the car’s unpredictable nature prompted Lando Norris to make ...

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The American car company has tied up with the Milton Keynes-based squad to work on the new 2026 engine that is being prepared by the Red Bull Powertrains division. Ford has been tapped up because it offers the exact kind of battery expertise that Red Bull needs for the new engine regulations that are coming into play – where electrical energy will account for around 50% of the overall ...

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Carlin, who is team principal of Rodin Carlin's Formula 3 and F1 Academy Teams as well as fulfilling a similar role at Team X44 in Extreme E, will oversee a range of activities in support of McLaren's F1 operations.Her position will also include involvement in McLaren's participation in the 2024 F1 Academy season. She starts in January and will report directly to McLaren team principal Andrea ...

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Perez attempted to dive up the inside of Norris under braking for the Turns 6-7 chicane in a scrap for fourth place on lap 47 of 58.But the Red Bull driver appeared to need two goes at turning in to make the apex, with the later correction sending Perez clattering into the front-left wheel of the McLaren MCL60.Perez was handed a five-second penalty for the bash, meaning he dropped from second ...

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Sainz made the comment after he found himself stranded in 16th place on the grid for the Abu Dhabi GP after hitting traffic in his last run in Q1.The Spaniard's weekend had already been made difficult by a crash in FP1 after he bottomed out on a bump in Turn 3.Sainz suggested that drivers deliberately try to make life harder for rivals."It's tricky," he said. "There were cars out there today… ...

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The story first emerged in the Daily Mail, claiming that Hamilton himself held talks with Red Bull before he signed his new Mercedes contract.The newspaper suggested: "A representative of Lewis Hamilton contacted Red Bull about him partnering Max Verstappen at the world championship-winning team before he signed a £100million deal to remain at Mercedes, and he also held talks with Ferrari."The ...

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F1’s previously piecemeal approach to America is reflected in the fact that the United States Grand Prix has been held over 50 times but at 10 different locations.The Indianapolis 500 used to count for F1 points in the 1950s; the first US GPs were held at Sebring and Riverside before settling in Watkins Glen for a couple of decades. After a brief comeback at Phoenix, and a couple of years on the ...

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Via its Cadillac sub-brand, automotive conglomerate GM is already eyeing an F1 presence in the shorter term by partnering with the Andretti bid to form an 11th team.Andretti has gained FIA approval to enter but is now awaiting a decision from FOM, which faces extreme resistance from the 10 incumbent teams who fear losing a chunk of their commercial income and any destabilising effect a new entry ...

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The American manufacturer has announced a partnership with Andretti that it hopes can help it enter grand prix racing from 2025 at the earliest.However, despite the plans being given the green light on technical grounds by the FIA, Andretti's hopes of securing a spot in F1 are dependent on it agreeing commercial terms with FOM.Such an outcome hangs in the balance with grand prix racing chiefs ...

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