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Newey will stay with Red Bull for future pr...

Jun 08, 2014No Comments

Red Bull has confirmed reports Adrian Newey is staying with the team beyond 2014. Earlier on Sunday, it was reported that the reigning champion team

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Renault is designing a new power unit for 2...

Jun 08, 2014No Comments

The tension between the world champion team Red Bull and its engine supplier Renault remains high. Before the Montreal weekend, the French marque’s Remi Taffin

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Red Bull will stay with Renault in 2015

Jun 06, 2014No Comments

Red Bull boss Christian Horner has announced that the reigning world champions are staying with Renault power in 2015. In recent days, the team’s more

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Haas to delay F1 debut until 2016 – r...

May 29, 2014No Comments

It appears Gene Haas will not have a formula one team on next year’s grid. As recently as last week, it was reported that the

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Rosberg signs a new two year deal with Merc...

May 23, 2014No Comments

Mercedes is set to deal a knockout blow to speculation it might replace Nico Rosberg with Fernando Alonso in 2015. When the Alonso rumours first

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Lotus F1 Team partners up with Saxo Bank

May 15, 2014No Comments

Saxo Bank will move into pole position with Lotus F1 Team for the prestigious Monaco Grand Prix where the leading online trading and investment specialist

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Ferrari wants Brawn, Bell and Newey

May 14, 2014No Comments

Bob Bell could be the next piece of the puzzle, as Ferrari looks to end its slump and return to the top of formula one.

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Raikkonen angry with Ferrari after Spanish ...

May 12, 2014No Comments

Hours after the chequered flag in Spain, Kimi Raikkonen’s “long talks” with Ferrari officials were dragging on. That is the claim of the Finnish broadcaster