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Manor looks set to miss qualifying

Mar 14, 2015No Comments

Manor looks set to miss qualifying in Melbourne. Just weeks out of administration, the former Marussia team has been unable to even start its customer

Ailing backmarkers could leave Button dead ...

Mar 13, 2015No Comments

Amid a diminishing Melbourne grid, Jenson Button is worried he could be left dead-last at the start of the new McLaren-Honda era. That is partly

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Van der Garde set to race in Malaysia

Mar 13, 2015No Comments

Giedo van der Garde arrived at Albert Park early on Friday and headed straight into the Sauber garage. The development followed his lawyers filing a

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Ron Dennis admits Alonso’s crash a &l...

Mar 12, 2015No Comments

Ron Dennis has admitted bungling the Fernando Alonso saga, finally now joining those who agree the Barcelona test crash is a “mystery”. Since the Spaniard

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F1 teams struggling to pay bills

Mar 12, 2015No Comments

Tyres for the 2015 season opener were only released by Pirelli to three teams one day ago, it has emerged. As small teams struggle to

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Button confirmed as Alonso teammate for 201...

Dec 11, 2014No Comments

As expected early on Thursday, McLaren announced that Jenson Button has kept his race seat at McLaren for 2015. For months, it has been assumed

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Red Bull excluded from Abu Dhabi qualifying...

Nov 23, 2014No Comments

Both Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel will start from the back of the grid the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix after the stewards declared Red Bull’s

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Arrivabene to replace Mattiacci as Ferrari ...

Nov 22, 2014No Comments

After just seven months in the job, Marco Mattiacci is set to lose his role as Ferrari team boss. Germany’s Sport Bild on Saturday cited