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Driver ‘crash’ discussed at Mer...

May 22, 2014No Comments

A Mercedes ‘get-together’ did not go unnoticed in the Monaco harbour on Wednesday. The scene was former F1 driver Gerhard Berger’s luxury boat, but on

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Kvyat is heading for his 1st street race in...

May 22, 2014No Comments

Daniil Kvyat says he is taking a “step in the dark” this weekend at Monaco. While others in the Principality are soaking up the glamour

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Kolles not surprised by Ricciardo’s p...

May 22, 2014No Comments

Red Bull team figures like Christian Horner, Dietrich Mateschitz and Helmet Marko have all said they were “surprised” by Daniel Ricciardo’s pace so far in

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Alonso grows increasingly frustrated with F...

May 22, 2014No Comments

Fernando Alonso on Wednesday added fuel to speculation his patience with Ferrari is at an end. Already the best paid in F1, the Spaniard was

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Domenicali called Vettel after resignation

May 21, 2014No Comments

Stefano Domenicali has been quoted as saying he phoned world champion Sebastian Vettel on the day he stepped down as Ferrari boss. Until now, Domenicali

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Mallya assures that Force India is safe

May 21, 2014No Comments

Vijay Mallya has distanced Force India from the travails of the Silverstone based team’s co-owners. For one, the Indian’s struggling airline, Kingfisher, is grounded and

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Monaco will be more interesting this year &...

May 21, 2014No Comments

Although a critic of F1’s new era, Sergio Perez admits this weekend’s Monaco grand prix will be “more interesting than usual”. Two weeks ago in

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Rivals wanted to sign Grosjean – Lope...

May 21, 2014No Comments

Rival teams are interested in signing Romain Grosjean, Lotus team owner Gerard Lopez claims. The Luxembourger revealed the news while responding to criticism of the