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Former Spanish King says Alonso ‘goin...

Nov 24, 2014No Comments

Fernando Alonso completed his Ferrari career on Sunday still refusing to confirm widespread speculation his next move is to McLaren-Honda. But he is now giving


Alonso hits back at Mattiacci remarks

Nov 23, 2014No Comments

Fernando Alonso has lashed back at Marco Mattiacci for questioning his commitment and motivation. Since confirming that Sebastian Vettel will replace the apparently McLaren-bound Alonso


Reports link Brawn, Costa, Bottas with Ferr...

Nov 23, 2014No Comments

The latest names linked with Ferrari are Ross Brawn and Valtteri Bottas. On Saturday, reports emerged that amid its thorough 2014 shakeup, the beleaguered great


Arrivabene to replace Mattiacci as Ferrari ...

Nov 22, 2014No Comments

After just seven months in the job, Marco Mattiacci is set to lose his role as Ferrari team boss. Germany’s Sport Bild on Saturday cited


Alonso thinks Vettel will need ‘luck&...

Nov 21, 2014No Comments

Fernando Alonso thinks his Ferrari successor Sebastian Vettel will need “luck” in the years that lie ahead of him. The Spaniard has called time on


Alonso admits Ferrari ‘love’ ha...

Nov 20, 2014No Comments

Fernando Alonso endured an uncomfortable moment in Abu Dhabi on Thursday afternoon. On the day his Ferrari departure was finally confirmed officially, the Spaniard had


Official: Vettel replaces Alonso at Ferrari

Nov 20, 2014No Comments

Finally, the open secrets about Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel’s futures became officially clear on Thursday. Ferrari announced that Spaniard Alonso and the Italian team


Now correspondent critiques struggling team...

Nov 20, 2014No Comments

Having already blasted some of F1’s struggling drivers, a travelling correspondent has now turned his attention to the worst teams of 2014. First in the