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Michelin might return in 2017 as F1 tyre su...

Oct 02, 2015No Comments

Michelin is reportedly back in the running to become F1’s sole tyre supplier from 2017. It is already known that the French marque, like the

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Michelin not ruling out F1 return

Nov 19, 2014No Comments

Michelin is not ruling out a return to formula one. The French marque left the sport at the end of 2006, amid acrimony with the

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Michelin tried an Formula 1 tyre at LeMans ...

Sep 04, 2013No Comments

Michelin may have been preparing for its possible return to formula one next year for some time. Rumours the French marque is in the running

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Ecclestone plays down Michelin return to Fo...

Aug 30, 2013No Comments

Bernie Ecclestone has moved to play down reports Michelin could replace Pirelli as F1’s official tyre supplier next year. At the height of the new

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Michelin is prepared for a 2014 tyre war wi...

Aug 27, 2013No Comments

Michelin is not ruling out taking on Pirelli in a formula one tyre war next year. With the sport’s existing sole supplier Pirelli having already

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Michelin ready for the Formula 1 return

Aug 26, 2013No Comments

Michelin has confirmed it is poised to return to formula one. The sport’s existing tyre supplier, Pirelli, has said a 2014 tender at this late

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Michelin eyeing F1 return – Eccleston...

Aug 25, 2013No Comments

Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed reports from Spa-Francorchamps this week that Michelin wants to return to formula one. “They do want to get back in,” the

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Is Michelin planning its Formula 1 return ?

Jul 28, 2013No Comments

Michelin has scheduled an announcement for the middle of next week, according to a report on Sunday by Germany’s Auto Motor und Sport. The report