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Formula 1 teams prepare for new tyre suppli...

Aug 21, 2013No Comments

Formula one teams are braced for the “curveball” of an all-new tyre supplier for 2014. That was the admission on Wednesday of McLaren’s managing director

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Sirotkin already seated in the Sauber C32

Aug 21, 2013No Comments

Amid scepticism of the team’s Russian rescue deal, Sergey Sirotkin is in fact already seated at the wheel of a Sauber. Sauber F1 Team on

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McLaren downbeat over victory chances for t...

Aug 21, 2013No Comments

McLaren has conceded it will probably chalk up a rare and unwanted statistic in 2013. Not often does the great British team go an entire

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Formula 1 2014 tyre size will not change &#...

Aug 20, 2013No Comments

Pirelli has confirmed reports the size of its F1 tyres will not be changing. Earlier, it was suggested that because the torque produced by next

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Williams has a "healthy" budget...

Aug 20, 2013No Comments

Deputy boss Claire Williams insists she is “happy” with the Oxfordshire based team’s budget for 2014. Her comments come amid reports many teams on the

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Teams should accept Pirelli’s 2014 ty...

Aug 19, 2013No Comments

F1 teams should accept the chosen specification of next year’s Pirelli tyres. That is the claim of Niki Lauda, who was speaking to Germany’s Auto

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Mercedes might have the most powerful engin...

Aug 15, 2013No Comments

Mercedes could be set to power into F1’s new V6 era with a huge advantage. With the development-frozen V8 engines to be replaced by radically-different

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Sauber rescue plan failed

Aug 13, 20131 Comment

After all the ‘Russian rescue deal’ talk, the news about Sauber is now back into a backwards slide. A week ago, amid reports Russian entities