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Renault keeps hitting back at red Bull

Mar 25, 2015No Comments

Renault has continued to hit back amid suggestions its turbo V6 ‘power unit’ is the only reason for Red Bull’s 2015 struggle. The French marque’s

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McLaren adamant that it has a good chassis

Mar 24, 2015No Comments

A silver lining for struggling McLaren-Honda could be the cornering ability of the new MP4-30 car. After Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen qualified dead last

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Hakkinen disappointed with Raikkonen

Mar 24, 2015No Comments

Mika Hakkinen says he was disappointed with the performance of his countryman Kimi Raikkonen in Australia. When he retired at the end of 2001, Hakkinen

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Alonso’s steering might have locked i...

Mar 24, 2015No Comments

The cause of Fernando Alonso’s mysterious Barcelona testing crash may now be clearer. Until now, McLaren-Honda has insisted the incident that sidelined its star driver

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Malaysia unhappy with its F1 GP deal

Mar 24, 2015No Comments

As the F1 circus touches down in Malaysia, it is possible this week’s race will be the seventeenth and last at Sepang. Early this year,

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Marko says Max Mosley would fix F1

Mar 24, 2015No Comments

As F1 speeds towards its next battleground, the debate about the very future of the sport will also resume in Malaysia. After the Melbourne opener,

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Alonso, Bottas and Manor all eager to race ...

Mar 23, 2015No Comments

McLaren on Monday confirmed reports Fernando Alonso is preparing to return to action this weekend in Malaysia. Spanish media reported on Sunday that, after meeting

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Young athletes is now a global trend –...

Mar 23, 2015No Comments

F1 is simply adjusting to the new “global trend” of younger athletes. That is the claim of Max Verstappen, who in Melbourne shattered the old