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'Verstappen rule' revisited as Ricciardo makes peace - RacingNews365 Review

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The FIA has amended one of its regulations that allows Andrea Kimi Antonelli the chance to make his F1 debut before he turns 18 later this year.

After Max Verstappen made F1 history in 2015 by becoming the sport's youngest driver at 17 years 166 days with Toro Rosso, the FIA changed its rules to ensure all super licence holders had to be 18 before being allowed to compete at the highest level.

READ MORE: FIA changes controversial 'Verstappen rule' to offer Antonelli early F1 debut hope

Ricciardo reveals to holding clear-the-air talks with RB

Daniel Ricciardo has revealed to holding a recent "open book" meeting with RB in a bid to get to the bottom of his difficult start to the season.

With the exception of Miami, when he went into the grand prix with a new chassis that resulted in him qualifying and finishing fourth in the spint, Ricciardo's campaign has been disappointing.

READ MORE: Ricciardo reveals to holding clear-the-air talks with RB

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Verstappen names top F1 drivers of all-time - and there's a surprise!

Max Verstappen has delivered his verdict on the top-five F1 drivers of all time - with one particular name standing out.

The 26-year-old Dutchman is increasingly found in such conversations on the back of winning three titles and 60 grands prix wins.

READ MORE: Verstappen names top F1 drivers of all-time - and there's a surprise!

McLaren highlight why F1 rivals should sign Sainz

McLaren team principal Andrea Stella has outlined the reasons why Carlos Sainz should be signed by one of its F1 rivals.

Stella previously worked closely with Sainz during the Spanish driver's two years with McLaren in 2019 and 2020 prior to him joining Ferrari.

READ MORE: McLaren highlight why F1 rivals should sign Sainz

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Leclerc eyes Ferrari opportunity to fix SF-24 weakness

Charles Leclerc has revealed the major weakness he wants to see rectified by Ferrari after being hampered by the problem for most of the season. 

The Monégasque currently sits in second place in the drivers' championship after an encouraging start to the season, with five podiums, including a win in Monaco, to his name, although he suffered a major setback with a DNF in Canada on Sunday.

READ MORE: Leclerc eyes Ferrari opportunity to fix SF-24 weakness

Motorsport fans set for F1 Le Mans feast in 2025

Motor-racing fans will be able to strap themselves in for a thriller of a weekend in the middle of June next year following the release of next year's World Endurance Championship calendar.

Earlier this year, F1 confirmed its 2025 schedule, with the Canadian Grand Prix set for its traditional June date. Ordinarily, however, the race at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve occupies the first weekend of that month.

READ MORE: Motorsport fans set for F1 Le Mans feast in 2025

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Max Verstappen hit back after an out-of-sorts Monaco GP, Sergio Perez floundered again - and into a controversial retirement. How much damage can Ferrari and McLaren inflict with Red Bull fighting with one hand tied behind its back, did the Milton Keynes-based team re-sign Perez too soon? After a thoroughly entertaining Canadian GP, host Nick Golding is joined by Ian Parkes and Samuel Coop to analyse all things.

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