Not since Mike Thackwell in 1984 has a Kiwi driven on motorsport's biggest stage but that could change in the next fortnight with Le Mans 24 Hour victor Brendon Hartley looming as a serious contender for the vacant Toro Rosso seat at next week's US Grand Prix. Meanwhile, Renault was pushing hard to drive Jolyon Palmer out and get Sainz in, who could potentially bring the team valuable points in the closing stages of the championship.
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Who Gasly's replacement will be is yet to be confirmed, but the Frenchman is expected to be back in a Formula 1 seat at Toro Rosso for the final three races of the season, and is still the most likely replacement for Sainz Jr.in 2018.
However, acquiring the Kiwi will require some ironing out by the Italian Formula 1 team - the 27-year-old is now contracted to Porsche in the World Endurance Championship - a competition he could win this weekend with a solid performance in Fuji.
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A free-kick. taken from a few meters away from the box, curled enough to keep away from diving Turkey goalkeeper. Mali dominated right from the start and the Kiwis were lucky to get away by conceding just two goals.
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Porsche Passport is a straightforward subscription scheme offering on-demand access to a range of Porsche models for a fixed fee. There is, however, also a one-time activation fee of $500, plus Porsche will run background credit checks on anyone who applies.
UAE announces halt to visa issuance to N.Koreans
North Korean laborers working overseas are one of the major sources of foreign currency for Pyongyang. It also said the UAE will no longer issue new visas or corporate licenses to North Korean citizens.
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But traders say supplies remain ample despite these cuts, thanks in large part to surging USA production. The OPEC-led deal helped lift oil from below $30 a barrel early previous year .