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F1 film release date announced and Russell delivered warning – RacingNews365 Review

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The highly-anticipated new F1 film starring Brad Pitt has had its release date confirmed, with the film set to come out in the summer of 2025.

In conjunction with Apple Original Films, Formula 1 has announced the film will be distributed in theatres around the world on 25 June next year. It will debut in North America two days later, on June 27.

READ MORE: Brad Pitt F1 film release date confirmed

Schumacher wagers Russell's Mercedes future could be 'in danger'

Former F1 driver and now pundit Ralf Schumacher believes George Russell's Mercedes tenure could be in trouble if Max Verstappen leaves Red Bull.

The ex-Jordan, Williams and Toyota driver believes that with Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff a known admirer of the Dutchman, it could spell trouble for the man who will lead the Brackley-based team's line-up in 2025.

READ MORE: Schumacher wagers Russell's Mercedes future could be 'in danger'

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Sainz reveals deadly message after appendicitis diagnosis

Carlos Sainz reveals that he was told by a doctor that he risked "dying", after not addressing his appendicitis pain for a few days.

Speaking on the Nude Project podcast, Sainz discussed his appendicitis experience during the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix earlier this year. The Ferrari driver felt ill as soon as he arrived in Saudi Arabia, but battled through the pain to complete free practice. 

READ MORE: Sainz reveals deadly message after appendicitis diagnosis

Alonso makes blunt 'more heroic' F1 era comparison

Fernando Alonso has said he feels F1 is less "heroic" than it was when he made his debut, with the cars being "easier" to drive for the current generation.

The 42-year-old started his career in F1 in 2001, and his recently-renewed Aston Martin deal runs until the end of the 2026 season, extending his tenure in the series into yet another generation of cars.

READ MORE: Alonso makes blunt 'more heroic' F1 era comparison

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FIA launches revolutionary concussion campaign

The FIA has successfully launched a campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of concussion, through a collaboration with its Medical and Safety team.

It was launched by FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem in the recent FIA 2024 Conference in Samarkand, Uzbekistan. 

READ MORE: FIA launches revolutionary concussion campaign

F1 to 'pay tribute' to British teams and drivers in London

F1 will pay "homage" to the British Grand Prix and showcase the best of British motorsport this summer, with F1 Exhibition coming to the London ExCel Centre.

The show has been a success in Madrid, Vienna and Toronto, with the inaugural event in Spain being the countries biggest temporary show of 2023.

READ MORE: F1 to 'pay tribute' to British teams and drivers in London

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