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Kimi Raikkonen

Raikkonen hopes to win another title with F...

Oct 29, 2015No Comments

Kimi Raikkonen has raised his hand as a potential challenger for the 2016 world championship. Although the 2007 title winner for Ferrari, the Finn’s return

Juan Pablo Montoya

Rosberg can still challenge Hamilton –...

Oct 29, 2015No Comments

Nico Rosberg cannot be ruled out of the running to take on Lewis Hamilton, even though the German has lost two consecutive world championships to

Vijay Mallya with Bernie Ecclestone

Force India asking F1 for income advance

Oct 29, 2015No Comments

Force India is calling on Bernie Ecclestone to advance the team’s official income to before the 2016 season begins. Although now apparently out of trouble

Daniel Ricciardo

US GP organizers lost millions because of h...

Oct 29, 2015No Comments

Lewis Hamilton left Austin with his childhood dream achieved, but for the race organisers it was an horror US grand prix. “It was a tough

Valtteri Bottas

Williams set to lose Kemppi financial backi...

Oct 28, 2015No Comments

One of Valtteri Bottas’ personal sponsors is pulling its financial backing from the Williams team. Although not regarded in the paddock as a typical ‘pay

Kevin Magnussen

Magnussen still hoping for an F1 seat for 2...

Oct 28, 2015No Comments

Kevin Magnussen is looking to get his career back on track after being let go by McLaren. The young Dane, who was dropped by the

Hamilton vs Rosberg - Austin

Rosberg explains post-US GP attitude

Oct 27, 2015No Comments

Nico Rosberg has defended his behaviour in the immediate aftermath of the US grand prix. The German has been widely called a ‘bad loser’ for

Pedro de la Rosa

McLaren played ‘lottery’ with d...

Oct 27, 2015No Comments

Lewis Hamilton’s immense talent may have thrown McLaren off course when it came to the development of young talent. That is the view of former