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Germany will not host a GP in 2015

Mar 17, 2015No Comments

The last slim hope for this year’s German grand prix now appears over. With the embattled Nurburgring unable to fulfil its agreement to host the

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Mercedes hits back at Red Bull complaints

Mar 16, 2015No Comments

Mercedes chiefs have lashed back at those calling for immediate rule changes after the opening race of 2015. Amid a diminished grid and earlier courtroom

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Marko predicting a dull 2015 season

Mar 15, 2015No Comments

At the very first race of the 2015 season, Dr Helmut Marko has predicted a “dull” world championship. “Mercedes superiority has become even stronger,” the

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Australian GP – 2015 – Race ...

Mar 15, 2015No Comments

World champion Lewis Hamilton wins Australian Grand Prix for Mercedes. Mercedes’s Lewis Hamilton made the perfect start to his world title defence by winning the

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Ecclestone’s TV strategy worries spon...

Mar 12, 2015No Comments

Sponsors have expressed concern about Bernie Ecclestone’s television strategy for formula one. Increasingly, the trend has been away from free-to-air to subscription-based coverage of the

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F1 teams struggling to pay bills

Mar 12, 2015No Comments

Tyres for the 2015 season opener were only released by Pirelli to three teams one day ago, it has emerged. As small teams struggle to

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Carmen Jorda hits back at “jealous ri...

Mar 03, 2015No Comments

F1’s new female signing has hit back at her harshest critics. Although she finished last year’s GP3 season just 29th overall, 26-year-old Spaniard Carmen Jorda

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Alonso to sit out Australian grand prix

Mar 03, 2015No Comments

Fernando Alonso will sit out next weekend’s Australian grand prix. McLaren announced the news on Tuesday, despite insisting the Spaniard has been checked by doctors