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Vettel not confirming Ferrari switch

Oct 09, 2014No Comments

A week ago, the ‘silly season’ seemed much clearer. Sebastian Vettel announced his shock departure from Red Bull, and everyone – including his current employer

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Family gives name of Bianchi head injury

Oct 07, 2014No Comments

Jules Bianchi’s family on Tuesday revealed the name of the serious head injury he sustained in Sunday’s horror Suzuka crash. The 25-year-old Frenchman had surgery

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Bianchi ‘critical but stable’

Oct 06, 2014No Comments

Jules Bianchi is in a “critical but stable” condition at the Mie hospital, located some 15 kilometres from Suzuka where on Sunday he crashed into

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Vettel moves to Ferrari as Alonso future re...

Oct 04, 2014No Comments

A wild rumour is now a certainty: Sebastian Vettel is leaving Red Bull to replace Fernando Alonso at Ferrari in 2015. With a Super Typhoon

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Andrea Agnelli set to become the next Ferra...

Sep 24, 2014No Comments

Ferrari could be set for yet another change right at the top of the Maranello marque. The departure of long-time president Luca di Montezemolo recently,

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Ecclestone admits three-car teams possible

Sep 19, 2014No Comments

Bernie Ecclestone has admitted F1 could fill up a depleted grid next year with three-car top teams. Former Williams chairman Adam Parr set off alarm

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Now Montezemolo exit rocks crisis-struck Fe...

Sep 11, 2014No Comments

Despite securing $35 million as he walks away, Luca di Montezemolo had a tear in his eye on Wednesday as he said farewell to Ferrari.

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Montezemolo announces Ferrari exit

Sep 10, 2014No Comments

Luca di Montezemolo has ended the intense speculation about his future by announcing his departure as Ferrari’s long-time president. In a media statement on Wednesday,