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24 January 1983 (40)
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2006 Bahrain Grand Prix
2007 European Grand Prix

about Scott Speed

Scott Andrew Speed (born January 24, 1983) is an American race car driver, who currently races in Global Rallycross for the Andretti Autosport team.

In 2006, Speed became the first American driver to race in Formula One since Michael Andretti in 1993, when he made his début at the 2006 Bahrain Grand Prix for Scuderia Toro Rosso. He contested 28 races, before he was fired midway through the 2007 season and replaced by Sebastian Vettel. Speed later turned his career towards stock car racing; specifically NASCAR, where he drove for Red Bull Racing Team, Whitney Motorsports and Leavine Family Racing in the Sprint Cup Series. Subsequently, he moved into Global Rallycross with Andretti Autosport, winning the title in 2015, 2016 and 2017.


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2006 Vitantonio Liuzzi
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2007 Vitantonio Liuzzi
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Gasly will join Alpine next year after spending the entirety of his racing career to date under the Red Bull umbrella, with the majority of his time in F1 coming at its AlphaTauri team.
The move will see Gasly replace two-time world champion Fernando Alonso, who signed for Aston Martin at the end of July.
Ocon has raced for the Enstone-based team since 2020, and played a role in helping ...

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The safety car emerged at the end of the first lap following Carlos Sainz's accident.
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Gasly was summoned for a post-race hearing at Suzuka for allegedly reaching a speed over 250km/h under the red flag that was shown on lap two due to heavy rain and some on-track incidents.
Gasly was left fuming that a recovery vehicle was allowed to be on the circuit while drivers were out in the wet conditions, saying after the race: ?If I would have lost it and hit a 12-tonne crane, I would ...

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The race at Suzuka was suspended after just two laps due to heavy rain, which resulted in a number of incidents on the opening lap.
A crash for Carlos Sainz at Turn 12 initially prompted a safety car before the red flag was thrown, with all cars returning to the pit lane.
But before the field returned to the pits while circulating behind the safety car, a recovery vehicle was already ...

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Mercedes enjoyed a successful Friday at Suzuka as Russell led a 1-2 finish ahead of teammate Lewis Hamilton in a wet second practice, although he warned to take the times with a pinch of salt.
With dry conditions returning for qualifying, Max Verstappen took pole for Red Bull ahead of the Ferrari duo of Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz, while Hamilton and Russell could only finish sixth and ...

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The Woking-based outfit has used this weekend's Marina Bay event to bring what it calls its biggest development step of the year so far.
The comprehensive changes include revised sidepods and inlets, an updated floor, tweaked diffuser tail and new bodywork profiling and cooling.
Speaking about the aims of the changes to the car, which is being run exclusively by Lando Norris this weekend ...

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Mercedes is yet to win a race in 2022 after struggling to compete with Red Bull and Ferrari since the overhaul of the car designs for this season.
But after combatting a porpoising problem on its W13 car through the early part of the year, Mercedes has been getting closer to the front, recording a podium finish in eight of the last nine races.
Russell managed to finish third last time out at ...

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In contrast to its first eight seasons running under the hybrid powertrain regulations, Red Bull has been consistently strong at high-speed tracks following the return of ground-effects.
At Jeddah (qualifying and race) and Miami (qualifying), the brace of RB18s were the faster cars through the designated speed traps.
But at Monza, the Red Bull is second from the bottom, only 1mph ahead of ...

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Although the new generation of F1 cars produce much more of their downforce from ground effect than wings, that has not stopped teams from making changes for this weekend's Italian GP.
Ahead of the first track running, here is a look at how each team has adapted their cars.
Mercedes

Mercedes W13 technical detail
Photo by: Jon Noble

At the front of the W13, Mercedes has ...

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Albon grabbed 10th at Spa-Francorchamps as his Williams car's low drag and impressive top speeds allowed him to fend off inherently faster cars.
It was only the Thai driver's third top 10 of 2022 as Williams has generally fallen to last in the pecking order.
When asked by Motorsport.com if Williams can repeat the Spa scenario and score points in Italy, Williams' Head of Trackside Engineering ...

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After being a match for Red Bull in the first part of the season, Ferrari has fallen behind the Milton Keynes outfit, and runaway championship leader Max Verstappen in particular, since the summer break.
With Verstappen dominating at high-speed Spa and also winning at Zandvoort, a track which should have suited Ferrari more, Leclerc fears this weekend's Italian Grand Prix could be a repeat of ...

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While Ferrari had been widely anticipated to return to form at Zandvoort thanks to the track's higher downforce requirements, what was not expected by many was just how fast Mercedes and McLaren would be.
George Russell and Lewis Hamilton led the way in the opening free practice session, as Mercedes emerged as Ferrari?s closest threat in the afternoon.
But the pace of McLaren?s Lando ...

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Red Bull swept to a dominant victory in the Belgian Grand Prix on Sunday as Max Verstappen charged from 14th on the grid to win ahead of teammate Sergio Perez.
The performance saw both Red Bull drivers display a mighty straightline speed, allowing Verstappen to ease past cars using DRS at the end of the long straights.
Red Bull has been strong in a straight line all season long, putting it ...

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Leclerc received a five-second time penalty shortly after the chequered flag when he was found to have exceeded the pit lane speed limit when he came in at the end of Lap 42.
The penalty dropped Leclerc from fifth to sixth place behind Fernando Alonso, and came after Leclerc had been running comfortably in fifth. The decision to pit again was a bid by Ferrari to try and get the fastest lap ...

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While all teams have opted for low downforce aerodynamic packages for this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix due to the circuit requirements, McLaren has made a concerted effort to address the weakness in its MCL36 car.
In the FIA's pre-event technical document, McLaren listed eight updated components as it bids to strike back against Alpine in the fight for fourth in the constructors' ...

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Verstappen topped FP3 but wound up qualifying behind his title rival, who was boosted by Ferrari deploying tow tactics considering Carlos Sainz's upcoming engine-change penalty.
Red Bull has been running a lower-drag wing arrangement at Paul Ricard, which resulted in Verstappen and teammate Sergio Perez heading every top speed measuring point in qualifying as it is allied to the team's rebadged ...

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In fact, a recent concerted effort to address and close down a clear deficit it had to its main championship rival has paid off dividends, and could be significant for the title battle.
Since the start of the year, GPS data of the Red Bull RB18 and the Ferrari F1-75 showed they achieved their lap times in different ways.
The Ferrari was better in slow and medium corners, while the Red Bull ...

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The two championship contenders began the 2022 F1 season with very different car characteristics, even though on lap time there was little to separate them.
The Ferrari was better in slow and medium speed corners, while Red Bull held a clear advantage on the straights and flat-out turns.
But, as the campaign has developed, and the two teams have tweaked their cars to counter their main ...

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Norris has a good record at the Red Bull Ring, finishing third and fifth in the two 2020 events, before repeating the same combination of results last year.
The team's 2022 car has been notoriously draggy, hurting its top speed, but at the British GP McLaren introduced a low-drag rear wing, which could potentially also be useful in Austria.
Norris hopes that the team will be able to achieve ...

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However, the team only had enough spares for one driver to use it, and it was given to Charles Leclerc ? not through favouritism but for practical reasons.
With the Maranello squad knowing he was starting from the back anyway, and wet qualifying clearly having a high chance of incident, it was felt that it was more sensible for Leclerc to have it.
That?s because if he had gone off and ...

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Verstappen scored his sixth win of the 2022 season and Red Bull's sixth in a row by fending off Ferrari's Carlos Sainz in the final 16-lap sprint to the flag in Montreal on Sunday.
Verstappen had looked set to defeat the one-stopping Sainz by catching him on a two-stop strategy, only for a late safety car period to give Ferrari the chance to make a second stop and set up a final battle to the ...

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The upper rear wing, which was taken to the Miami Grand Prix but not used there, was run on a race weekend for the first time in Azerbaijan.
Although the Ferraris were near the bottom of the main speed trap table for the race, when tows and DRS activation have a big influence, they were closer to the top in qualifying.
Binotto says the wing performed well and helped to improve the F1-75 both ...

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The blue cars were fastest on the straight in Baku, with Alonso easily able to stay ahead of Daniel Ricciardo's McLaren on the way to seventh place.
Ocon, meanwhile, had a tougher time on the way to 10th place, having struggled on the harder tyre in the opening stint, in part because he'd been compromised by reduced grip in the corners.
Both drivers agreed that lessons had been learned ...

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McLaren was one of the teams that introduced a whole raft of upgrades at last week's Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona, which allowed Lando Norris to score points in eighth after an inconsistent start to 2022 by the Woking-based team.
Compared to its high-speed prowess in previous years McLaren believes it has now produced a more balanced all-round package, with low-speed corners no longer the ...

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The characteristics and set-up of the Ferrari and Red Bull cars have been markedly different through the opening phase of the campaign.
Red Bull has opted for a lower downforce/drag configuration for its RB18, which has given it an advantage with top speeds and in flat-out corners.
The Ferrari F1-75 has run with more downforce and drag, which has allowed it to excel in low/medium speed ...

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