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Alonso doubts he will race beyond 2017 (October 13, 2015 12:21 pm)
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Rosberg will not help Hamilton in title fight (October 13, 2015 11:25 am)
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McLaren now deciding Alonso’s teammat...

Nov 11, 2014No Comments

For the first time since 2007, Fernando Alonso will make a visit to Woking this week, authoritative media sources are reporting. Spain’s El Mundo Deportivo


Marchionne worried, Tombazis now in doubt &...

Nov 10, 2014No Comments

New Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne has reportedly expressed concerns about the Italian team’s 2015 project. Recently, Italy’s specialist Autosprint claimed wind tunnel figures of the


Engine “unfreeze” unlikely now ...

Nov 10, 2014No Comments

Christian Horner has criticised Mercedes for continuing to block moves for an engine development ‘unfreeze’ for 2015. He is the boss of Red Bull, the


Alonso plays down chance of Abu Dhabi annou...

Nov 10, 2014No Comments

Fernando Alonso has departed yet another F1 circuit at the tail end of the 2014 season giving little away about his next move. Reporters are


Business as usual for F1, nothing gets deci...

Nov 09, 2014No Comments

With progress also having stalled over the small teams’ touted ‘fighting fund’, Toto Wolff emerged from a big team bosses meeting at Interlagos on Saturday


McLaren could sign Alonso and test Honda en...

Nov 09, 2014No Comments

In Brazil, probably Fernando Alonso’s penultimate race for Ferrari, the Spaniard has given more hints than ever that his tenure in red is almost over.


“There is life after Ferrari” &...

Nov 08, 2014No Comments

Fernando Alonso remains the big player as the F1 driver ‘silly season’ reaches its climax for another year. Further down the grid, the field of


Engine marques still arguing over 2015 R...

Nov 08, 2014No Comments

Progress on the 2015 engine ‘unfreeze’ may not be as simple as first thought. Although F1’s dominant force Mercedes slammed the initiative as “ridiculous” mere