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1950 British Grand Prix
1952 Dutch Grand Prix

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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constructor championships

wins ERA

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pole positions 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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The iconic Blue Oval brand is understood to be in advanced talks with Red Bull about badging the team’s power units from the start of the 2026 season.
There are even suggestions that the deal could be firmed up before the start of the forthcoming  campaign.
For now, Ford is remaining silent on the state of play with Red Bull.
However, it has admitted that the ramping up of ...

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The new enforced concept called for a total rethink, given the upper section of endplate had been eradicated and a contoured transition was needed to join with the mainplane and upper flap.
The design constraints still allowed for numerous interpretations though, as teams sought to find a balance between the downforce they could generate, and the downside of drag ...

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A story by Bloomberg last week suggested that Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund had been interested in purchasing F1 from current owner Liberty Media for a $20 billion price tag, but the proposal was rejected.
While sources suggest that the report was not totally accurate in that discussions never opened seriously with Liberty about a buyout, the eye-watering valuation of grand prix racing ...

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The FIA insisted on a more stringent layout, in order to prevent any elaborate concepts that might erode the foundations for good racing upon which the regulations had been framed.
Steps had already been taken in recent years to rid the front wing of outwash-generating devices, such as cascade elements, whilst the number of flap elements, which had once reached nine in total, is now limited to ...

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The Briton renewed his relationship with the Woking squad twice in quick succession. He agreed one contract extension in May 2021 before inking another on revised terms in February of last year. 
Provisionally, that means he will remain with McLaren - which finished fifth behind Alpine in the constructors’ championship last season - until the end of 2025. 
But Red Bull team boss ...

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Rao joined the FIA in June as its interim secretary general for motorsport, replacing Peter Bayer following his exit from the governing body.
Rao previously worked at the FIA as its legal director between 2016 and 2018 before joining Mercedes, serving as general counsel and later as a special advisor to team principal Toto Wolff.
Her return to the FIA sparked concern among some rivals, with ...

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The move has long been planned as part of an additional change for 2024, where tyre blanket use is set to be totally abandoned within the championship?s sustainability drive.
But lowering tyre blanket temperature alone has proved to be unpopular with the drivers and has been in the headlines in particular since the recent US Grand Prix, where the first of two in-event 2023 tyre tests took ...

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Red Bull was hit with a $7 million fine and a 10% reduction in its aerodynamic testing allocation for the next 12 months after the FIA found it had breached the budget cap by ?1.8m in 2021.
Red Bull F1 boss Christian Horner said the team had accepted the FIA?s proposed penalty begrudgingly, citing mitigating factors, but called the sanction ?draconian? due to the impact on its car ...

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With Max Verstappen having already secured his second drivers' crown at Suzuka, the Milton Keynes team finally won the constructors' version in Austin, ending an eight-year run by Mercedes since the new power unit rules were introduced in 2014.
The success came just a day after the team was rocked by news of the death of Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz.
Prior to the race, the Austrian was ...

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?Everyone wants to find that edge in any way in the sport. When you are dealing with hundredths of milliseconds, you look for any advantage you can to help you go faster,? says Ed Green, Head of Commercial Technology for McLaren F1 team.
Every area of race operations activity is scrutinised to try to find a competitive advantage, from front jacks that shave milliseconds off a pitstop, to ...

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In fact, just like with every other area of current grand prix machinery, teams are constantly seeking marginal gain improvements to help make them winners.
Taken down to its most basic element, this means making things lighter, and stronger ? and ensuring that every part is totally fit for purpose.
Teams are also always looking for signs of any revolutionary technology that can help shoot ...

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The Enstone-based squad has endured its fair share of headaches in recent weeks after finding out Fernando Alonso was switching to Aston Martin for 2023 and that reserve Oscar Piastri had signed for McLaren.
Their shock departures have left Alpine on the hunt for a new teammate for Esteban Ocon, with AlphaTauri?s Pierre Gasly still a firm favourite if a deal can be sorted with his current Red ...

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F1's TV department is always looking for new angles and fresh shots. This year has seen the return of the pedal cam two decades after the last experiment, while the Dutch GP opened up an opportunity to try something different in order to give a better impression of how steep the banked corners really are.
The shot was only seen briefly on Saturday and Sunday at Zandvoort, and only on the ...

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Although the Zandvoort circuit has made clear already that flares should not be taken in to the venue, that has not stopped some fans sneaking them in.
But the problems became extreme on Saturday when, on two separate occasions, orange flares were thrown on to the track during qualifying.
The first flare landed in the middle of the circuit and triggered a red flag, while a second flare ...

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Lando Norris has speared off the Spanish asphalt, hit the barrier on the outside of the fourth corner and retired. This has left us with just young Oscar Piastri (who we drafted in) upholding McLaren?s honour who is currently sitting outside of the points in 11th. 
This is crucial because the team?s sworn mortal enemy in this version of reality ? Valtteri ...

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Off the back of winning eight consecutive constructors? championships, Mercedes found itself struggling to compete under the new technical regulations for 2022 as it struggled to get on top of the porpoising problem with its car. 
It left drivers Lewis Hamilton and George Russell unable to contend with Ferrari and Red Bull at the front of the pack as Mercedes worked to understand the ...

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On the opening lap of the British Grand Prix, demonstrators from the Just Stop Oil activist group managed to breach the fence and get onto the track on the Wellington Straight.
By the time the cars came around to the portion of track, the red flag had already been called for the accident involving Zhou Guanyu at Abbey, meaning their speed had been reduced.
Northamptonshire police reported ...

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The gathering was one of the regular informal Saturday 'coffee mornings' hosted by Stefano Domenicali, a custom begun by his predecessor Chase Carey.
Drive to Survive?s cameras were following Toto Wolff in Montreal, and were allowed to film the meeting.
They captured a heated exchange between Wolff, Mattia Binotto and Christian Horner on the subject of porpoising and bouncing, and the ...

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A growing annoyance about the physical impact and risks of the ongoing bouncing has become a big talking point over the Azerbaijan Grand Prix weekend as the matter was brought up in the F1 drivers? briefing.
Grand Prix Drivers? Association (GPDA) director George Russell is understood to have directly asked the FIA to look into the matter, as he is now openly concerned about the safety ...

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The four-time world champion famously spoke out last year about Hungary enacting a law that prevented the depiction and teaching of homosexuality or transgender issues to under 18s, sparking widespread condemnation across Europe.
Having made a personal stand with the wearing of rainbow shoes over the Hungaroring weekend, Vettel believes that F1 would be making a mistake if it turned its back on ...

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Verstappen only just made it to the grid for the start of the Barcelona race before the pit exit closed, as his team waited for the temperature to rise to the minimum limit.
The fuel temperature limit is 10C below the ambient temperature displayed on the official FIA timing system two hours before the start of the race, or an hour before a practice session.
Teams track the temperature so ...

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Max Verstappen and Pierre Gasly only just made it out of the Barcelona pitlane before it closed 30 minutes before the start of the race because the two Red Bull teams were waiting for the fuel to rise to the legal minimum temperature.
The limit is 10?C below ambient as declared to the nearest round number by the FIA from the official timing screens two hours before the start. That coincides ...

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Eau Rouge is a classic example of a corner that can only be appreciated up close ? especially when you are stood at the bottom and looking up and above at the towering Raidillon peak.
But there are some circuits that, while looking good from trackside, can only be properly appreciated from where they are designed to be viewed best from: the cockpit.
The Miami F1 circuit is one of those ? ...

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The German car manufacturer has endured a challenging start to the 2022 season, with Lewis Hamilton and George Russell being hampered by their car suffering from excessive bouncing.
In a bid to dial out the problem, the team has found itself having to raise its ride-height quite considerably, and that is costing it a big chunk of lap time.
Mercedes chiefs are convinced, however, that if the ...

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Rocquelin is moving sideways to a new job overseeing the many drivers in the Red Bull junior programme after over 15 seasons with the Milton Keynes-based outfit.
His former duties will be absorbed by Gianpiero Lambiase, who will continue to serve as Max Verstappen?s engineer on race weekends.
Rocquelin, 47, made his name in Indycar racing with the PacWest and Newman-Haas teams before ...

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