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F1 news 2019: Malaysian Grand Prix return, 2022, Sepang International Circuit, V8 Supercars foreign race, latest

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Formula One could return to Malaysia at the Sepang International Circuit as early as 2022, with the prospect of Supercars joining them as a support category not ruled out.

The Malaysian Grand Prix was scrapped from the F1 calendar for 2018, with the 2017 edition being the last of Sepang’s contract before they decided to stop hosting it.

Sepang had been a fixture on the calendar since 1999 but decided to focus their investment elsewhere, whilst still retaining their most popular event, the Malaysian MotoGP, which has been staged there since 1991 and garnered more than 100,000 spectators in 2018.

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Hamilton's dominance continue

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F1, Monaco Grand Prix 2019 LIVE: Results, Daniel Ricciardo, Renault, Practice 1, 2, timesheets, timings, latest news, video, crash

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Welcome to FOX SPORTS’ live coverage of the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix. 

It is time for the most prestigious event on the F1 calendar as Daniel Ricciardo returns to the scene of his, in his own words, greatest achievement.

After years of disappointments and nearly-wins Ricciardo finally crossed the chequered flag first in a perfect weekend where he was quickest on track during every session.

And he believes his experience of the track will help him this year, even though he is expected to be a lot further back in his new Renault.

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F1 news, Monaco Grand Prix 2019: Daniel Ricciardo, Renault, Max Verstappen, Red Bull, latest, video, 2018 result

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Twelve months is a long time in sport – just asked Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen.

At the 2018 Monaco Grand Prix, as usual, the Red Bull drivers were the centre of attention for huge PR and media opportunities on the team’s private boat.

Ricciardo was catching footballs thrown by NFL’s GOAT Tom Brady while standing on a yacht in the harbour as Spice Girl Geri Halliwell commentated over the microphone and supermodel Bella Hadid watched on.

You don’t get much more Monaco than that.

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F1 news, Monaco Grand Prix 2019: Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari, Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Red Bull, Max Verstappen, latest, schedule

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Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel insists “anything can happen” at this weekend’s Monaco GP – with favourites Mercedes staying “cautious” about their chances at F1’s most-famous street race.

Mercedes arrive in the Principality on a record run of five consecutive one-twos from the start of the season and, now armed with a car that is excelling in slow corners, are considered the team to beat here.

However, Monaco has not proved the happiest of recent hunting ground F1’s five-time champions.

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Ricciardo's magic in Monaco

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