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Feb 21

F1: Ricciardo Thwarted As Red Bull Encounters More Issues In Bahrain

Daniel Ricciardo drives during Day 3 of testing at the Bahrain International Circuit. (Photo: Getty Images)

Daniel Ricciardo drives during Day 3 of testing at the Bahrain International Circuit. (Photo: Getty Images)

Red Bull hit problems once again in Bahrain today as Daniel Ricciardo’s running was cut short by what the team called a previously unseen mechanical issue.

The Australian had logged some useful mileage in the first half of the day, although his best lap was 6.5 seconds off the front-running pace.

Feb 21

What To Watch: Your Weekend Racing Schedule

Monster Energy AMA Supercross action is set to kick off Saturday night under the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. (Photo: Getty Images)

Monster Energy AMA Supercross action is set to kick off Saturday night under the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. (Photo: Getty Images)

Saturday, February 22

3 a.m. – Monster Energy Supercross | Dallas (FOX Sports 1) *Replay

7:30 p.m. – Monster Energy Supercross | Atlanta (FOX Sports 2) *Live

Sunday, February 23

7:30 p.m. – Test Drive | Chevy SS (FOX Sports 2)

8 p.m. – Monster Energy Supercross | Atlanta (FOX Sports 2) *Replay

Midnight – Monster Energy Supercross | Atlanta (FOX Sports 1) *Replay

**All times Eastern Standard

Feb 20

F1: It’s A Dream Says Magnussen As He Tops Bahrain Day Two Testing

Kevin Magnussen leads lap times after day two of Bahrain testing. (Photo: Glenn Dunbar/LAT Photographic)

Kevin Magnussen leads lap times after day two of Bahrain testing.
(Photo: Glenn Dunbar/LAT Photographic)

Kevin Magnussen continued to make his mark on F1 in Bahrain today by setting what was comfortably the fastest time of the day, albeit aided by Pirelli’s supersoft tire.

Tomorrow the Dane will hand the McLaren over to Jenson Button.

Feb 20

F1: Ecclestone Is Confident About Upcoming German Bribery Case

Bernie Ecclestone attends a Formula 1 charity photographic auction in London, England. (Photo: Getty Images)

Bernie Ecclestone attends a Formula 1 charity photographic auction in London, England. (Photo: Getty Images)

Bernie Ecclestone remains confident of winning his legal battle in Germany – despite a British judge saying today that the F1 boss had been involved in bribery.

In a civil action for damages filed by Constantin Media the judge deemed that the German media group had suffered no loss in the sale of F1 to CVC, and thus found in Bernie’s favor on the key point.

However, he also made it clear that he believed that Ecclestone had bribed jailed banker Gerhard Gribkowsky.