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Mind games good for Rosberg – Massa

May 27, 2014No Comments

Monaco was a victory for Nico Rosberg not only on the track, but also in the mind. That is the view of Felipe Massa, who

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Webber-like luck ‘can’t go on&#...

May 27, 2014No Comments

After four consecutive world championships, Sebastian Vettel’s fall from grace has been swift in 2014. Although a chassis change after China appeared to have worked

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F1 world interested in Verstappen jr

May 27, 2014No Comments

Jos Verstappen was in the Monaco paddock. The 42-year-old Dutchman was a highly popular formula one driver for multiple teams until 2003, including Benetton and

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Mercedes also approached Newey – Mark...

May 27, 2014No Comments

Ferrari is reportedly not the only team prepared to pay big money to lure Adrian Newey from Red Bull. In Monaco, Ferrari team boss Marco

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Jordan tells Sauber to sell the F1 team

May 27, 2014No Comments

Eddie Jordan has urged Peter Sauber to follow him into F1 retirement. Actually, having sold his Silverstone based team back in 2005 that today is

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Ecclestone said “no” to Magny C...

May 26, 2014No Comments

Bernie Ecclestone gave a clear “no” when asked if France is on the brink of returning to F1. A week ago, former grand prix venue

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No end in sight for Hamilton vs Rosberg &ld...

May 26, 2014No Comments

The German press already has a word for the situation between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg — ‘Star Wars’. After the qualifying controversy in Monaco,

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Lauda not interested in Bernie’s job

May 25, 2014No Comments

Niki Lauda on Saturday ruled out replacing Bernie Ecclestone as F1 supremo. Embroiled in a bribery scandal, the sport’s current chief executive on Friday actually