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15 December 1913
25 November 1982 (68)
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about Walt Ader

Walt Ader (December 15, 1913 in Long Valley, New Jersey – November 25, 1982 in Califon, New Jersey) was an American racecar driver.

During his racing career, Ader was a resident of Bernardsville, New Jersey.


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Alpine signed one-time grand prix winner Gasly from AlphaTauri following the departure of Fernando Alonso at the end of last season, partnering Esteban Ocon.
Gasly got his first taste of Alpine F1 machinery in the post-season Abu Dhabi test, and has now officially started work with the team ahead of the new campaign.
Discussing the boost that Gasly could offer Alpine, Rossi expressed his ...

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After missing out on an F1 drive following his 2019 FIA Formula 2 title, De Vries moved to Formula E and won the 2020-21 championship with Mercedes.
His world title, combined with Mercedes test and reserve driver duties, kept him in the frame for a belated F1 move. Then after a standout cameo for Williams at last month's Italian Grand Prix, AlphaTauri moved for the 27-year-old Dutchman to ...

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Gasly looks poised to leave AlphaTauri and the Red Bull family at the end of the year amid interest from Alpine as a replacement for Fernando Alonso.
Talks are ongoing between Red Bull and Alpine about the terms of Gasly?s release, but the deal hinges on whether IndyCar race winner Colton Herta can be signed as a replacement and a possible exemption for an FIA superlicence. 
Should he ...

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According to reports emerging out of Italy, the Monegasque was with friends, including his trainer Andrea Ferrari, in the Tuscan city of Viareggio on Easter Monday.
Around 10pm in the evening they were in the unlit Via Salvatori area when Leclerc was recognised by fans and stopped for photographs and autographs.
Amid a mini-scrum, as Leclerc's presence got the attention of more and more ...

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During five seasons with Mercedes, Bottas took 10 wins and 58 podiums while Hamilton won four world championships.
With Mercedes opting to bring in protege George Russell as Hamilton's new teammate, Bottas headed to Alfa Romeo, where he will be the team's lead driver alongside Chinese rookie Guanyu Zhou.
The 32-year-old Finn says he is excited about the prospect of being the team's most ...

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Gasly was one of the standout performers in F1 2021, taking a podium in Baku alongside several top six finishes. It propelled Gasly up to ninth in the drivers' championship with 110 points, just five points behind McLaren's Daniel Ricciardo and well ahead of rookie teammate Yuki Tsunoda (32).
The Frenchman has steadily blossomed with the Faenza outfit after being demoted by Red Bull halfway ...

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F1 teams are currently working hard on their designs for the all-new ground effect cars that will come in to play in 2022.
And, after an ultra-competitive 2021 campaign, there have been some fears voiced that the change of regulations could trigger more of a field spread with some teams having found better ways to unlock performance.
F1 has not shied away from the fact that there is the ...

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Having been a strong contender for third place in the constructors' championship heading in to the Mexican Grand Prix, a run of incidents and bad luck has proved costly for both Daniel Ricciardo and Lando Norris.
Despite showing some good pace with its car, Ricciardo got tangled up in a first lap clash with Valtteri Bottas in Mexico, retired from the Brazilian GP thanks to a crack in the power ...

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F1 teams are set to receive the early draft of next year's calendar in the near future, having initially planned for a 23-round season in 2021.
The calendar has dropped to 22 races at present, and there are question marks hanging over a number of the remaining races for this season amid ongoing travel restrictions.
This week's Italian Grand Prix marks the end of F1's second triple-header of ...

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The 2021 F1 schedule currently stands at 22 races, but doubts remain over some of the flyaway events later in the year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The Singapore Grand Prix scheduled for September has already been cancelled, while there are questions marks over events in Japan, Australia, Mexico and Brazil.
One option under consideration to make up for Singapore's cancellation is ...

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On Wednesday McLaren announced it had signed Norris to a new multi-year contract for 2022 and beyond, meaning the British driver is set to drive for McLaren for at least five seasons after making his debut in 2019.
When asked if his long-term commitment to the team could set Norris up to become one of McLaren's leaders, Norris acknowledged "that's what I want to achieve" in the future.
"I ...

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Just a few weeks after the Turkey event was announced as being slotted into the schedule to replace Canada, F1 chiefs have had to change plans again.
The fate of the Istanbul race was thrown into doubt when the British government added Turkey on to a list of red zone countries that required all returnees to face two weeks of hotel quarantine.
With a majority of F1 teams being based in the ...

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Gasly scored his breakthrough maiden F1 victory at the Italian Grand Prix last year, helping AlphaTauri to the biggest points total in the squad?s history.
The Frenchman will be joined at the team this year by F2 graduate Tsunoda, who replaces Daniil Kvyat.
Although Tsunoda has completed private running in some of the team?s older car models to get up to speed, he will get just ...

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While teams have made clear in the past that they do not like triple headers because of the excessive strain they put on staff, the current 2021 schedule features three of them.
The most punishing run of them is the Russia-Singapore-Japan stretch, which will prove to be a huge logistical challenge.
F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has explained that if the sport is to run a full calendar ...

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The current schedule is for the season to start in Bahrain on March 28, with a race at Imola scheduled to follow on April 18.
That would then be followed by a race on May 2 ? which was at a venue ?to be confirmed? but was widely expected to take place at Portimao in Portugal.
However, hopes of that happening are fading with the country facing a fresh coronavirus outbreak amid growing ...

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McLaren enjoyed its best F1 season since 2012 last year as it finished third in the constructors? championship and scored two podium finishes with Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz.
The team has switched to Mercedes power units for the 2021 season, and has been boosted by fresh investment over the winter from American group MSP Sports Capital.
McLaren?s upward trajectory starkly contrasts ...

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Following a difficult debut season with Alfa Romeo in 2019, Ferrari-backed Giovinazzi showed a marked improvement during the 2020 season, outqualifying his vastly more experienced teammate Kimi Raikkonen by nine to eight and going on to score the same number of points as the Finn.
Due to a lack of competitiveness Raikkonen and Giovinazzi could only manage four points each as Alfa slumped to an ...

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Leclerc joined Ferrari for the 2019 season after an impressive rookie season with Sauber, having been part of the Italian marque?s junior programme since 2016.
The Monegasque driver won two races in his first season with Ferrari, prompting the team to sign him to a long-term contract running until 2024.
Team principal Binotto said there were comparisons that could be drawn between the ...

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Triple-headers with three consecutive race weekends were first used in the 2018 season but drew a lot of criticism from the teams due to the strain they put on travelling crews.
The 2019 season did not feature any, but then COVID-19 came along and forced F1 to completely rework the 2020 calendar with a late season start in July.
The need to get as many races in as possible has forced the ...

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Magnussen was struggling with poor rearward visibility due to dirty mirrors, and was concerned about getting in the way of faster cars and possibly triggering an incident.
He was given detailed information on approaching traffic by his engineer, as is usually the case in a practice or qualifying session, when there is a threat of an impeding penalty.
The Dane was running for a while on the ...

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The venue says that the Bahrain GP on November 29 and the Sakhir GP on the shorter version of the track on December 6 will be open only to ?families of frontline health workers and first responders in Bahrain.?
On Thursday Liberty Media noted in its third quarter financial report that ?F1 does not expect to have fans at any of the remaining 2020 races.?
The Abu Dhabi GP has already ...

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F1 is set to begin its second triple-header of the season next weekend at Silverstone, after running races on three consecutive weekends in Austria and Hungary earlier this month.
A third triple-header is scheduled at the end of the summer as part of the push to bolster the calendar after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of much of the planned races this year. F1 trialed its first ...

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Amid ongoing anti-racism protests and activism around the world, F1 held a show of unity between its drivers ahead of the season opener in Austria two weeks ago.
All drivers wore t-shirts reading ?End Racism?, and 14 of the 20 drivers took a knee before the national anthem in a set part of the pre-race schedule.
While those drivers took a knee again before the second and third races of ...

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F1 held back-to-back grands prix at the same track for the first time in its history this month with two straight race weekends at the Red Bull Ring in Austria.
The move came as part of the plan to bolster the 2020 calendar after the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the opening 10 races being called off, and will be repeated next month with two races at Silverstone.
Holding multiple races in ...

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With F1's calendar only so far sorted for the first eight European races, attention has now shifted to finalising the shape of the calendar later in the year.
The uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic has made things complicated, and there is now a contingency to have one or two more races in Europe before looking at options elsewhere.
The Chinese GP, which was the first race to be called ...

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