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Sir Jackie Stewart is concerned about F1 sa...

Mar 15, 2014No Comments

Sir Jackie Stewart on Saturday admitted he has a “very, very big” safety concern about F1’s revolutionary new era. “I see a very, very big

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Australian GP 2014 – Qualifying &ndas...

Mar 15, 2014No Comments

Lewis Hamilton takes the pole of the Australian Grand Prix while home favourite Daniel Ricciardo is second for Red Bull Racing. Qualifying has been revised

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Pirelli denies new approach to avoid critic...

Mar 14, 2014No Comments

Pirelli has denied it decided to ‘go conservative’ for 2014 after the tyre-exploding criticism of last season. After 2013, when the quality and degradation of

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Quick Nick thinks that Formula 1 should go...

Mar 13, 2014No Comments

Nick Heidfeld thinks formula one should go on a diet. Actually, it is the drivers who have been skipping dessert throughout the winter period, as

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F1 stares into the unknown for 2014 revolut...

Mar 13, 2014No Comments

Formula one is staring into the unknown as the sport’s revolutionary new era begins in earnest this weekend in Melbourne. “We can be neither too

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Webber still on F1 paddock after retirement

Mar 11, 2014No Comments

After more than a decade on the grid, Mark Webber will still be in the paddock this weekend as a new season of F1 begins.

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Massa impressed by Mercedes engine

Mar 10, 2014No Comments

Felipe Massa has admitted he has been “impressed” with his switch to Mercedes power for 2014. It is the first time in his F1 career

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F1 owners worried about sports future

Mar 10, 2014No Comments

F1’s owners are scared Bernie Ecclestone’s demise could hurt the sport. That is the claim of the diminutive Ecclestone, who remains the F1 chief executive