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New F1 engines must become louder – E...

Mar 19, 2014No Comments

Bernie Ecclestone says it is up to F1’s three engine suppliers to make the sport loud again. “They made them quiet, now they can make

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FIA stands by its sensor supplier

Mar 19, 2014No Comments

The supplier of F1’s mandatory new fuel flow sensor has distanced itself from the Red Bull cheat controversy. The reigning world champion team pointed a

Boullier insists that Ron Dennis is not int...

Mar 18, 2014No Comments

Eric Boullier insists McLaren ‘supremo’ Ron Dennis is letting him get on with his new job. Boullier, previously in charge at Lotus, was drafted in

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Ricciardo hopes to win back the Melbourne p...

Mar 18, 2014No Comments

Daniel Ricciardo thinks he has a good chance at winning back his Melbourne podium. Red Bull has vowed to appeal the stewards’ decision to throw

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Lewis Hamilton still in the hunt for title ...

Mar 18, 20141 Comment

Lewis Hamilton is still in the hunt for the world championship despite failing even to finish in Australia. That is the view of Mercedes team

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Bernie to push for louder F1 engines

Mar 18, 2014No Comments

Bernie Ecclestone has vowed to get to work on making formula one loud again. The F1 chief executive said he is “horrified” by the purring

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Button will try to get a new McLaren contra...

Mar 17, 2014No Comments

Jenson Button, the most experienced driver on the 2014 grid, must now prove to McLaren he is also a man for the future. The 2009

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Australian GP organizers are furious with n...

Mar 17, 2014No Comments

Organisers of the Australian grand prix are furious with F1’s new low volume. Even some of the sport’s stalwarts were alarmed in Melbourne when the