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Paddock Eye is a motor racing news site brought to you by Ben Johnston, a sports writer who focuses primarily on IndyCar, as well as covering Formula 1.

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Hinchcliffe On Coyne’s Shortlist For 2020

NTT IndyCar Series team owner Dale Coyne has confirmed that James Hinchcliffe is one of the drivers on his shortlist to replace Sebastien Bourdais at the team next year. Coyne announced last month that Sebastien Bourdais would not race for the team in 2020 after his...

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Formula E Becomes FIA ABB Formula E World Championship

The Formula E Championship will become the ABB FIA Formula E world championship from the 2020/21 season onwards. Speaking about the announcement, FIA President Jean Todt commented saying: The creation and development of Formula E has been a great adventure. I am proud...

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Autosport International Competition

The 2019 Formula One season may have just ended in Abu Dhabi however here at Paddock Eye we are already looking forward to 2020! The 2020 Autosport International Show show celebrates 70 years of Formula One with magnificent cars on display from throughout the sports...

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Andretti The Most Likely Option For Alonso

Fernando Alonso has confirmed that his most likely option for the 104th running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge in 2020 is to reunite with Andretti Autosport with whom he raced for in 2017. Speaking at the 2019 Formula One season ending Abu Dhabi Grand...

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A Fantastic Season For Leclerc

Scuderia Ferrari's Charles Leclerc can be delighted with his first season with the Prancing Horse having finished the 2020 Formula One season in fourth place in the championship, 24 points ahead of team mate Sebastian Vettel. Leclerc who was investigated during the...

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A Great End To Season For Red Bull And Honda

The Aston Martin Red Bull Racing team had a great end to the 2019 Formula One season, their first with Honda. Starting the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at the Yas Marina circuit from second place on the grid Max Verstappen was unable to catch and challenge world champion...

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BREAKING- Leclerc Keeps His Podium As Ferrari Are Fined

Scuderia Ferrari's Charles Leclerc has kept his third place finish in today's season ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix following an investigation by the FIA into a fuel irregularity. It was found that although there was no technical breach by the team by not declaring their...

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