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The 2005 United States Grand Prix was one of the most notorious of Formula 1's 999 world championship rounds so far - contested by just six cars. And that meant a driver in one of the slowest machines on the grid got a podium. This is the story of a remarkable day for Tiago Monteiro
Tiago Monteiro believes he has now quashed all doubts about whether he could rediscover his form after a competitive World Touring Car Cup return in Marrakesh.
Thed Bjork gave the new Lynk & Co 03 car its first victory in a hectic final 23-lap World Touring Car Cup race of the season-opening Marrakesh weekend as teammate Yvan Muller retired from the lead with a car failure.
Reigning champion Gabriele Tarquini won the World Touring Car Cup's reverse-grid race at Marrakesh after pole-sitter Nicky Catsburg crashed from the lead.
Esteban Guerrieri converted pole position for the first Marrakesh World Touring Car Cup race into victory, resisting Thed Bjork's Cyan Racing Lynk & Co 03 to win the season opener.
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Sebastian Vettel says his Ferrari Formula 1 car had "way less grip" in the Australian Grand Prix than it did during pre-season testing at Barcelona.
Charles Leclerc's morning benchmark stood unbeaten on the penultimate day of Formula 1's second pre-season test at Barcelona, as a hefty Pierre Gasly crash halted Red Bull's running.
McLaren's Carlos Sainz set the fastest time of Formula 1 pre-season testing yet, as a Sebastian Vettel crash interrupted the start of day two of the second Barcelona test.