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Vettel will get another new chassis in Sing...

Sep 09, 2014No Comments

Sebastian Vettel will use yet another new Red Bull chassis in Singapore — his fourth RB10 in 2014. The reigning world champion has struggled from

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FIA rubbishes Rosberg “mistakes&rdquo...

Sep 09, 2014No Comments

F1’s governing FIA has rubbished the latest conspiracy theory in the wake of the Italian grand prix. After the Monza race, multiple authoritative media publications

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William’s rivals have an eye on Botta...

Sep 09, 2014No Comments

After a run of four podiums in five races, Valtteri Bottas had a less enjoyable Italian grand prix. The Finn had to settle for fourth,

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Haas reveals extent of Ferrari tie-up

Sep 09, 2014No Comments

The extent of new 2016 entrant Haas’ tie-up with Ferrari is becoming clearer. Earlier in 2014, the ‘Haas’ logos of Nascar team owner Gene Haas’

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Ferrari at the end of an era

Sep 09, 2014No Comments

All signs continue to point towards a major change of direction at crisis-struck Ferrari. Although long-time president Luca di Montezemolo played down the waves of

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Sauber quiet amid Stroll buyout reports

Sep 08, 2014No Comments

Sauber is quiet amid reports the Swiss team is being sold to the Canadian retail billionaire and racing enthusiast Lawrence Stroll. On Sunday, a report

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McLaren could keep its drivers line-up for ...

Sep 06, 2014No Comments

Ron Dennis says it is possible McLaren will line up with the same drivers in 2015. Currently, Kevin Magnussen and Jenson Button are waiting to

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Ferrari doubts it can catch Mercedes in 201...

Sep 04, 2014No Comments

Ferrari will have an all-new car for 2015 but it still might not be enough to match Mercedes, technical boss James Allison has admitted. After