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    Default Best Formula 1 website?

    I have been using gpupdate.net as my primary F1 news site for years - and now they have stopped posting news in English (It is a Dutch site, and this part is still active). Any suggestions for an alternative?
    Steen Nielsen (aka. wheeler)

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    In english, the one Im using it for years is PitPass.
    Others I used, come and gone, but this one still my primary one now for more than a decade, maybe.

    www.pitpass.com



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    I grab the majority of my racing news from:

    Racing News | Racer.com

    and

    https://www.motorsport.com/
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    Can always rely on https://www.jamesallenonf1.com, but i’m going to try some of these others too.
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