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Kevin Magnussen

Magnussen still hoping for an F1 seat for 2...

Oct 28, 2015No Comments

Kevin Magnussen is looking to get his career back on track after being let go by McLaren. The young Dane, who was dropped by the

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Red Bull might stay with Renault in 2016

Oct 25, 2015No Comments

Suddenly, where once it was all change in the rapidly-divorcing worlds of Red Bull and Renault, everything could stay the same. With Mercedes, Ferrari and

Kevin Magnussen

Magnussen could be left with no role in F1 ...

Oct 24, 2015No Comments

Kevin Magnussen could be left with no role at all in F1 in 2016, after McLaren-Honda showed him the door. Team boss Eric Boullier on

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US GP Preview – by Renault

Oct 23, 2015No Comments

Rémi Taffin, Director of Operations There’s very little not to love about Austin and the United States GP. The setting is impressive, the welcome is

Sergio Perez

Force India waiting for EU decision

Oct 21, 2015No Comments

It may be weeks or months before the European Commission decides whether or not to investigate formula one. The anti-competitive arm of the executive body

Jean Todt

Todt accuses engine manufacturers of high F...

Oct 20, 2015No Comments

The only real problem with today’s engine regulations is the cost, according to FIA president Jean Todt. In a joint interview with German broadcaster ZDF,

Fernando Alonso

Alonso doubts he will be in F1 after 2017

Oct 17, 2015No Comments

Fernando Alonso has played down the likelihood that he will drive a single race beyond the end of his current McLaren contract. Amid McLaren-Honda’s abysmal

Maurizio Arrivabene with James Alisson

Ferrari set to oppose any cost cap plans

Oct 17, 2015No Comments

Ferrari has signaled its intention to veto any moves to cap the cost of engines in formula one. In July, it emerged that the FIA