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Pourchaire returns to F2, Ogier kicks off Monte-Carlo and Jeddah in F1 until 2027… News from January 19 to remember

Théo Pourchaire returns for a 3rd year with ART Grand Prix

As expected, Théo Pourchaire will compete in a third F2 season with ART Grand Prix. READ HERE

Théo Pourchaire is ready for a new year of F2 with ART Grand Prix. © Sebastian Rozendaal / Dutch Photo Agency / DPPI

Monte-Carlo 2023 – Sébastien Ogier in the action at the Shakedown

At the end of his 3 passages, Sébastien Ogier stood out as the fastest man in the Shakedown of the Rallye Monte-Carlo. READ HERE

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Sébastien Ogier set the fastest time in the Rallye Monte-Carlo Shakedown. ©Twitter/@SebOgier

Loeb and Tambay will participate in the Race of Champions 2023

Rally champion Sébastien Loeb will be looking to win his 5th title in the competition. Adrien Tambay will take part for the first time. READ HERE

Sébastien Loeb

Loeb will be alongside Adrien Tambay for the 2023 edition of the ROC. ©Florent Gooden / DPPI

The Grand Prix of Saudi Arabia in Jeddah until 2027

The Saudi Arabian Formula 1 Grand Prix will remain in Jeddah until at least 2027. The Qiddiya circuit, still under construction, will not be used for at least four years. READ HERE

Saudi Arabia Jeddah

The Jeddah circuit will host F1 until 2027 © Antonin Vincent / DPPI

Ferrari completes its GT crews for the WEC

Ferrari has completed its line-ups for the WEC. Alessio Rovera, not selected for the Hypercar, will race in LMGTE Am. READ HERE

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Alessio Rovera will race in LMGTE Am in 2023 (Photo Joao Filipe / DPPI)

Nyck de Vries sued in the Netherlands

Dutch millionaire and real estate king Jeroen Schothorst has brought proceedings against Nyck de Vries over a 250,000 euro loan he allegedly granted to the Batavian driver in 2018. READ HERE

Nyck De Vries

Nyck De Vries faces a legal attack. © DPPI

Kelvin van der Linde replaces Robin Frijns for the Diriyah E-Prix

Injured in the left wrist during the inaugural round in Mexico, Robin Frijns must forfeit the Diriyah E-Prix. Abt-Cupra will call Kelvin van der Linde for the double-header in Saudi Arabia. READ HERE

Kelvin van der Linde

Kelvin van der Linde will make his Formula E debut at Diriyah © Florent Gooden / DPPI

Kevin Magnussen officially out of Daytona

Initially scheduled for the 24 Hours of Daytona, Kevin Magnussen finally withdrew from the Florida classic following his hand operation. READ HERE

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Jan Magnussen, Kevin Magnussen and Mark Kvamme were scheduled for the 2023 24 Hours of Daytona (Photo: Kevin Magnussen)

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